Robert Englund

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VIDEO: Lez Be Friends

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Lez Be Friends
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Length: 22:13
Aired: 4/28/1997

Al strikes up a friendship with Marcy's identical cousin. watch

VIDEO: Damn Bundys

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Damn Bundys
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Length: 22:14
Aired: 4/28/1997

Al sells his soul for a chance to play in the Super Bowl. watch

VIDEO: Damn Bundys

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Damn Bundys
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Length: 23:00
Aired: 4/28/1997

Al sells his soul for a chance to play in the Super Bowl. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2011 Fear Clinic TV Show Series, Actor - Dr. Andover
2008 Red Movie, Actor - Willie Doust
2008 Zombie Strippers! Movie, Actor - Ian Essko
2007 Hatchet Movie, Actor - Sampson
2007 Behind The Mask Movie, Actor - Doc Halloran

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Criminal Minds' Matthew Gray Gubler Directs "Eerily Cerebral" Episode

Sorry, Matthew Gray Gubler fans. The Criminal Minds star has found his perfect match in show writer Sharon Lee Watson — professionally at least.

"She is like my sister," he tells TVGuide.com of Watson, who wrote Wednesday's episode, which Gubler directed. "She's new writer this year and I didn't really know her that well at first, but she and I have gotten so close the last few months, and now we're like the same person."

Criminal Minds Exclusive: American Graffiti star to play JJ's mom

The "love connection" was born late last year via Criminal Minds showrunner and "matchmaker" Erica Messer. Gubler — who first directed two years ago and last year helmed Paget Brewster's first exit (she's leaving again in the season finale) — was originally scheduled to direct a different episode this season. But then Messer, who wrote Gubler's directorial debut, "Mosley Lane," heard ...
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Criminal Minds Scares up Robert Englund for a Guest Spot

Freddy Krueger is coming to Criminal Minds.

Robert Enguld, who has long portrayed the razor-handed villain in A Nightmare on Elm Street, will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the CBS procedural, Entertainment Weekly reports.

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Critic's Guide to Monday TV: Rock Center, Halloween Marathons, and More!

The biggest TV news of the night comes from a network's news division, as NBC News launches Rock Center With Brian Williams (10/9c), the first high-profile network newsmagazine with serious intent to premiere in a long while, closer in tone to 60 Minutes than Dateline's lurid true-crime fixation. How serious is this? No less a legend than Ted Koppel has signed on as ...
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V's Morris Chestnut Introduces the Fifth Column

Longtime fans of the alien-invasion drama V knew not all Visitors are bad even before ABC's revamp of the NBC hit. In the original miniseries, some of the Visitors even banded together to form a rogue anti-V group called the Fifth Column. In Tuesday's episode of the new V, Ryan (Morris Chestnut) attempts to unite the anti-V Visitors once again.

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Chestnut sat down with TVGuide.com to discuss the Fifth Columnists, other double agents, and Ryan's upcoming efforts to save the Earth. He also revealed that despite the promos showing the return of Dale (Alan Tudyk), there may be something slightly off about him when he comes back...

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Robert Englund Opens Up About Fear Clinic and Nightmare on Elm Street, V Reboots

Take actors from three of Hollywood's biggest horror film franchises, add an old abandoned hospital as the setting, and even Robert Englund can get scared.

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