24 alum Mary Lynn Rajskub and Lost's Patrick Fischler will guest-star on the penultimate episode of Grey's Anatomy's eighth season, TVLine reports.
Patrick Fischler grew up around stars when he worked in his father's Malibu, Calif., restaurant, Patrick's, which bears his name. Today, he's the envy of many an actor, thanks to his roles on three of television's most acclaimed shows: Lost, Mad Men and Southland. Fischler spoke to us before Phil, his Lost character, came to a grisly end, and was impressively tight-lipped about whether Phil or Jimmy Barrett, his insult-comic Mad Men character, might return next season. Looking ahead to Southland's finale (Thursday, 10 pm, NBC), the brand-new father of a baby girl also talked to us about his role on the acclaimed cop show, the other dream shows on his list, and the trouble with Lost.read more
Great golf opener. Putt like a third grader, tease like a teenager ("You married a stripper, right?"). Laying the cards out on the green pretty much proves that everyone on this show has some major baggage/issues/potential to self-destruct.Like Nicole, for example. With her hoodie up and whisper on, it's all about baby steps to acquiring motherhood wisdom, and let's just thank friendship that Deena knows what she's doing (or, by default of Dave's two-handed transfer). OK, self-destruction is avoided here, but baggage? Ohhh boy....Marjorie's name is uttered after a very long hiatus, and all the swarming madness that comes with it just came rushing back. Meanwhile, Adam and Heather are robbed by a Summer fan and the flat-screen/LCD/hi-def/whatever-it's-called no longer swivels. We knew her quitting "dancing" couldn't be that easy, right? You may have bought out the club, Adam, but now you have no TV to watch when you snuggle up with your former lap-dancing wife, who probably collected...read more