Thomas Gibson was prepared for the worst. The Criminal Minds star makes his series directorial debut with Wednesday's episode and had a way easier first day than he expected.
"I was hoping for some of [the actors] to give me a hard time, but no one did!" he tells TVGuide.com. "But [joking aside], everyone was great and extremely supportive of me, which certainly made the whole experience even better."
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It's an experience that's been years in the making. Gibson, who's the show's second cast member to direct after Matthew Gray Gubler ("he's very good," Gibson says), had always wanted ...
Desperate Housewives Last week I mentioned how excited I was that George was going to be serenading Bree with a karaoke rendition of David Soul's "Don't Give Up on Us," since I've performed the same song in karaoke form. How hilarious to see Bree get out a rifle and shoot in George's direction (reminding me of my friends' reactions to karaoke). I was very glad when Bree finally found out that George caused Rex's death, and it made perfect sense for her to pretend to have called 911, therefore causing George to die (assuming he dies). Lynette, meanwhile, just can't seem to win: She got Nina fired, but now it looks like replacing her as VP of accounts may turn out to be a nightmare. Paul Dooley was great as Susan's real fatheread more
Carter misses his pregnant girlfriend who has returned to Africa. A family of four is rushed to the emergency room after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning from their faulty furnace--forcing the claustrophobic Neela to accompany a newborn baby into an extremely uncomfortable hyperbaric chamber. Meanwhile, Lewis is upbeat about her future with Chuck, while Sam has reason to ponder her relationship with Kovac. In addition, Lewis and Abby treat a maniacal man who's covered in blood, while Weaver counsels a mother whose young son tests positive for leukemia. Amid the chaos, Chen returns from China with her sick father in tow. watch