Will Shawn's dad live?
That's been the burning question on the mind of every Psych-O since Henry (Corbin Bernsen) was shot in the April finale, and when the cast and crew visited Comic-Con Thursday to show new footage from Season 7, they were happy to keep the mystery alive.
Sporting a T-shirt with question marks on the front and the back, Bernsen was introduced last when a chair and name tag were pulled out from behind the stage for him. He said he didn't know if he had a job. But despite the lack of clues about Henry's status, the cast and executive producers were more than happy to offer plenty of other spoilers...
Jeers to The Kilborn File for an underwhelming first guest.
We know Craig Kilborn's return to TV after a six-year absence is only a six-week run on six Fox affiliates, but couldn't he do better than...
Cheers to Martin Mull and Fred Willard for being everywhere.
They made their names as talk-show hosts Barth Gimble and Jerry Hubbard on the '70s classic Fernwood 2-Night and pre-Prop 8 life partners Leon and Scott on Roseanne. Read, discuss and vote on this complete Cheer after the jump.
Cheers to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit for allowing comedians to explore their dead-serious sides. Read, vote on and discuss this entire Cheer after the jump.
Josh Schwartz's superbly entertaining NBC premiere Chuck is bringing on The O.C.'s own Rachel Bilson for a multi-episode run as a romantic option for the titular geek, says USA Today. For more on Chuck and the season's other new shows, listen to the special TV Guide Talk podcast, featuring me, Ausiello and Roush and available Friday. Martin Mull has joined the TNT light-drama pilot Family Man, playing William H. Macy's older brother who can barely hold down a job at Astroburger. (I'm already laughing!) Also per the Reporter, Anne Archer has boarded Lifetime's Family Practice pilot as the Kennedyesque clan's matriarch, opposite Beau Bridges. Lifetime has inked a deal to develop a comedy project starring identical twins Natalie and Nicole Garza. Judy Davis and James Purefoy (Rome) will topline Diamonds, a $15 million miniseries about a lady senator whose daughter is murdered in Africa, says Variety.