Suzy Nakamura



Summer TV Review: A Go On Sneak, Dallas Finale

Matthew Perry

Maybe you've heard lately — possibly in these last two weeks of Olympics force-feeding — that NBC has some new shows coming this fall. One of them starring an old Friend who's fallen on hard sitcom times. (Remember Mr. Sunshine? No?)

Not content to merely barrage us with endless promos and teasers during the Olympics, NBC has now decided to sneak-peek entire pilots of two of its new comedies, commercial-free, beginning tonight with Go On (11/10c), an uneasy collision of snark and sentiment that feels like Community rebooted as a Dear John clone. (Helps if you have a long memory for NBC sitcomedy.)

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Go On's Matthew Perry: My Characters Have Gotten Nicer

Matthew Perry

Go On is Matthew Perry's third post-Friends TV project, but there's something different about this show from his previous ones.

"In my efforts to have a TV show and come back, the characters have progressively gotten nicer," Perry told reporters Tuesday at NBC's Television Critics Association fall TV previews. "The Showtime show [End of Steve, which was not picked up in 2008] was about a terrible guy, and I thought it was genius. Everybody went, 'I don't wanna watch that.' Mr. Sunshine, he was sort of down and out. And now this guy is a nicer, more well-intended guy. ... I don't know why that is, but you ...
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NBC Orders Matthew Perry's Comedy Go On to Series

Matthew Perry

NBC has given its first series order for the fall season to Matthew Perry's comedy Go On, has confirmed.

Go On stars Perry as a sportscaster who tries to move on from a loss through mandatory group therapy sessions. Julie White (Transformers) will play Anne, a woman from his group who's stuck in the anger stage of grief. Suzy Nakamura will also star.

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Pilot Season: Friends' Matthew Perry to Star in NBC's Go On Comedy

Matthew Perry

Matthew Perry is returning to his old stomping grounds after landing a leading role in NBC's Go On pilot.

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Help Me Help You's Socially Inept Inger Spills Her Secrets

Suzy Nakamura, Help Me Help You

To hear ABC's press site tell it, Help Me Help You's Inger — one of the new TV season's breakout characters — is "a 25-year-old, self-made millionaire who totally lacks social skills and hasn't had a real date in over six years." So you can understand why she's in desperate need of therapy from Ted Danson's shrink character. To get inside the socially inept software developer's head, Q&A'd her portrayer, Suzy Nakamura, who let slip that tonight at 8:30 pm/ET, Miss Inger just might be getting lucky (for an instant, at least). Plus, Suzy's surprising connection to Heroes' Hiro! What are you up to this fine day?Suzy Nakamura: I moved some furniture last night. I went to trapeze class with [Help M read more

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