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January 22, 2007: Day 6: 10 am — 11 am

Ladies and gentlemen readers of all ages my mind has officially been blown Mystery Bluetooth Man is Jacks brother Of all the possible answers to Whos this weasel pulling President Logans strings that we contemplated last season Im pretty sure I never would have come up with that one I still have no idea who the former Rocket Romanos working with or for but I cant wait to find out We know hes got issues with Jack both professionally to surveillance guy We should have killed Jack when we had the chance and personally to his wife the ubiquitous Rena Sofer You werent over Jack when we got married and youre still not But beyond that nothing but question marks Meanwhile I guess Jacks little crisis of faith has passed for the time being mere minutes after stepping down from his post as Worlds Most Bad-Ass Hero he was back in action scaling apartment buildings and hoisting helicopter-crash victims to safety Cue awesome explosion And this may say read more

Adrian Pasdar, Heroes: Will Nathan Kill to Keep His Secret?

Adrian Pasdar, Heroes

Here comes the bride. This week on NBC's fantastically popular Heroes (Mondays at 9 pm/ET), viewers will finally meet the thus-far (and conspicuously) MIA wife of Adrian Pasdar's political contender, Nathan Petrelli. (Just Shoot Me's Rena Sofer fills the bill as Heidi, the Mrs.) Might the arrival of his better half shed new light on Nathan's secret "ability," to fly? Or might her presence instead only introduce new questions? Surveying the marrieds' obviously fractured relationship, Pasdar tells TVGuide.com, "It was predicated on what I think is a common understanding of what it would take to be a politician's wife, and all the things that go along with that. And love, of course, factored in, heavily — in the beginning." (Suddenly, Nathan's read more

Casting About: X-Files Guys Find Their Gal

TVGuide.com has learned that Sarah Joy Brown (Cold Case) has been tapped for the female lead in Amped, Spike TV's much-anticipated drama pilot about cops battling humans mutated by a mysterious virus, and penned by The X-Files' Frank Spotnitz and Vince Gilligan. Click here for more on the project, which starts filming next week.... Not only is Coupling's Rena Sofer appearing on 24 this coming season (as scooped last week by the Ausiello Report), but she has also scored a recurring role on NBC's Heroes, playing the wife of Adrian Pasdar's ambitious politician.... An Everwood reunion on ABC's Brothers & Sisters? Check out the Ausiello Report's fresh entry for more. read more

Exclusive Casting Scoop on 24, Boston Legal!

Infamous show-killer Rena Sofer (Blind Justice, Coupling) is joining 24 for a mult-episode arc, a well-placed source confirms. The General Hospital Emmy winner will play the wealthy, Bel Air wife of returning evildoer Graham, played by Paul McCrane. (And I was only half-joking about the show-killer thing. Me like Sofer.) Also, ex-Surface star Lake Bell will reprise her Boston Legal role of Sally Heep for two episodes this November. Now in totally unrelated news, our friends up North weren't the only ones who had the privilege of watching the second episode of Grey's Anatomy a whole week ahead of time. (Hint: I'm talking about me!) And as much as I loved last night's premiere, Episode 2 is so much better. You guys are gonna flip! read more

FALL 2006: CASTING ABOUT

Rena Sofer will play the wife of Mr. Nice Guy (Dietrich Bader) in a sitcom pilot for ABC.... Bruce Davison has been added to the cast of ABC's Southern Comfort.... Catherine Bell and Gary Cole have joined the CBS drama Company Town.... Mercedes Ruehl, if only because of her first name, is in talks to costar on CBS' Paul Reiser-penned comedy set at a car dealership.... Cheryl White and D.W. Moffett are the latest additions to Kevin Williamson's untitled CW sudser.... Kevin Hart (Barbershop) is ready for The Weekend, a CBS comedy about three male friends.... John Sloan (Commander in Chief) has scored the second male lead (opposite Lex Medlin) in Fox's odd-couple comedy Happy Hour. read more

CREATURE FEATURED

CBS has ordered seven half-hour episodes of its first animated series in 13 years, a U.S. take on the popular British series Creature Comforts, from the animation studio that did Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. Says CBS Entertainment prez Nina Tassler, "We look forward to developing an American version that captures the same unique sensibilities" — and doesn't star Rena Sofer. read more

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