Hello, dedicated TVGuide.com reader, my name is Stephen Rannazzisi. You can see me on ABC's new comedy Big Day. The show premieres Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 9 pm/ET. Each episode covers a different half hour in a single wedding day. It's kind of like 24 without explosions.

The show was created by Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa, a married couple who used to write for King of Queens. We have a talented cast: Marla Sokoloff ( The Practice) and Josh Cooke (all three episodes of Four Kings!) are Alice and Danny, the bride and groom. Wendie Malick ( Just Shoot Me) and Kurt Fuller (really, who cares? I've already gotten bored of giving everyone's credits, and to be honest, I'm not sure what else he's done. I think he was in Wayne's World, but he doesn't like to talk about it) play their parents. Miriam Shor (look it up) is Becca, the maid of honor, and the hilariously nervous Stephnie Weir (I really think the Red Sox overpaid for that Japanese pitcher) is Lorna, the wedding coordinator.

But enough about them. They didn't have to write a term paper for TVGuide.com, did they? No. Let's talk about me. I play Skobo, the groom's best friend, also known as "the breakout star" of ABC's new comedy Big Day, premiering Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 9 pm/ET.

When I was approached to do the blog, I didn't know what I was supposed to write about. Then I decided to let you in behind the scenes. By "behind the scenes," I don't mean "in an actually revealing TMZ.com kind of way," but rather "in a superficial Byron Allen way." Let's begin, shall we?

It's a great job, working on television. But it's still a job, just like yours, TVGuide.com reader, with one significant difference being that I never take time off my job to read about yours. (I've been meaning to talk to you about that - maybe you should get back to work, huh? Well, after the blog. But if you stop reading now, remember, Big Day, Nov. 28, Tuesday, 9 pm/ET. Go online and have your TiVo take care of it now.) I wasn't really sure what to expect on the first day, when I pulled my 1995 Ford Escort into the parking lot of the set. I was excited - well, as excited, as anyone can be when he's driving a 1995 Ford Escort. I sat in the car, thinking that if this went well, I wouldn't always be driving out of the lot with people staring at my car.

Since the wedding day begins the morning after I spend the night with the maid of honor, I begin the show shirtless in bed. Staring at the cracked plastic of the dashboard, I visualized the looks of barely restrained awe in the crew as they gazed at my physique. I practiced some false modesty ("No, no. All natural. Just good genetics, I guess."), while thanking fate that I was born in a world with television cameras. If this were another, more backward time, I would only be seen on murals, instead of ABC's new comedy Big Day, premiering Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 9 pm/ET.

Appropriately rehearsed, I headed into the set. After I got my shirt off, I decided that I would take the risk of not being taken seriously: I decided to do some pushups before the take. Appropriately pumped, I leaped into bed, ready to do the scene.

Just as I pictured, the crew gazed at my physique - even the director. Then he stopped shooting. He pointed at me. "Can we do anything else?"

And so it was that before my network television debut, I found myself with a crew of people gazing at my physique, as they shaved my chest and painted abs on my stomach.

At the end of the day, I walked out to the parking lot. It didn't go as I thought, but it's still pretty exciting, being a part of ABC's new comedy Big Day, premiering Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 9 pm/ET. When I got to the Escort, it wouldn't start. We had to call AAA. I rode out of the lot in a tow truck. At least one wish had come true.

(Please watch the show, will you?)