In somewhat of a first, Lifetime is producing a TV-movie centered around two male leads. Custody, says the Hollywood Reporter, finds a widowed college professor (Numbers' Rob Morrow) at risk of losing custody of his 13-year-old stepdaughter (Nancy Drew's Kay Panabaker) to the wealthy biological father (Desperate Housewives' James Denton) that she never knew. Slated for a September bow, the heart-tugger will be sponsored not by Always, but BIKE athletic supporters — now with "wings"!
After saving the life of loser leach and so-called best friend Bryce, Bradin thinks he might want to become a doctor. Well, I guess I can see him trading a surf board for a stethoscope, becoming one of those hot residents who makes the nurses and the patients swoon. The timing of his realization is perfect actually, since it helped Bradin decide to ditch Bryce at the height of his annoyingness. (His Jeff Spicoli act has gotten way old; how many times can we listen to his lame platitudes like there's plenty of time to be a loser — what's your rush?)No way he's concerned about Bradin's career; he's just worried the free ride might be over for good if Bradin decides to go to college. Looks like he'll have to mooch off someone else now. Meanwhile, Bryce's accident was a good excuse to bring back his sister Faith to Playa Linda — she has such great chemistrywith Bradin. But I was surprised to see her sharing scenes with Nikki. After all, the two actresses are sisters, and they really