We suspected he was out there somewhere. After all, dead supervillains usually are. But who knew General Hospital's Jerry Jacks — played by Sebastian Roché — was behind the staged death and disappearance of Dr. Robin Scorpio? That head-scratching news, delivered in Friday's episode of the ABC soap, is just the start of a major revenge plan orchestrated by the Aussie badass. TV Guide Magazine had an exclusive chat with Roché about his latest return from the grave, and what Jerry has in store for the unsuspecting citizens of Port Charles.
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14. Sweetest First Impression: A handful of suitors make bold, weird entrances (arriving via helicopter, carrying an ostrich egg, dressing like a grandma) on the season premiere of The Bachelorette, but Doug takes a sweet approach. The single dad presents single mom Emily with a handwritten note from his son explaining how he's the best dad in the world and why Emily should like him. Not only does it earn him the first impression rose, but women all across America simultaneously swooned.
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Candice Accola, Michael Trevino
School's finally back in session on The Vampire Diaries.
"You're going to start seeing these characters back in the high school atmosphere and a little bit more in their age-bracket element," Candice Accola tells TVGuide.com.
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Vampires of Mystic Falls, beware! A new vampire hunter is coming to town, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Fringe and Supernatural alum Sebastian Roché has been cast on The Vampire Diaries as a mysterious man who appears to be hunting vampires, specifically...
Tina Fey, Bill O’Reilly
There were some interesting couples on TV this week. On The Amazing Race, Ivy League partners Connor and Jonathan failed a geography lesson. Fringe, a show already teeming with evil twins, introduced us to a doppelgänger with frightening implications. Super-cousins Clark and Kara learned to fly on Smallville. Mary-Louise Parker, ahem, paired up with the artist formerly known as Zack Morris on Weeds. Tina Fey enlisted Julia Louis-Dreyfus as an unlikely comic stand-in on 30 Rock's live episode. And The View's Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg demonstrated a sisterhood of solidarity during a prickly interview with Bill O'Reilly... by walking out. Welcome to Top Moments: Double Vision Edition.
Sebastian Roché has been cast in a recurring role on Fringe, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Roché will play The Leader, a mysterious humanoid soldier from another universe who is...