Last week's Mercy ended with Mike figuring out his wife Veronica had an affair in Iraq. So, how is Mike going to fare this week now that he's digested the news of her infidelity?
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"It comes to violence [between Mike and Sands]," James Tupper, who plays Dr. Sands on the medical drama, tells TVGuide.com. "Very full-on, direct, action-movie violence. I felt like an action hero for the day of shooting!"
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Though it's hard to say why Sands has had such a hard time letting Veronica go despite her ambivalence, Tupper feels a lot of it has to do with them sharing something in Iraq. "I think being close to her is necessary for his recovery from the experience," says Tupper.
While the freshman series has aired only its first six episodes, last week alone, Elisabeth Moss, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara appeared as guest stars. Tupper also discussed an upcoming appearance by his Men In Trees co-star and mother of his child, Anne Heche.
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In Wednesday's episode of Glee, the glee club members spend time in wheelchairs to get a feel for what their pal Artie (Kevin McHale) does on a daily basis. The story line has caught the attention of actors with disabilities and their advocates, according to The Associated Press.
Advocates see the casting of McHale, who is not disabled, as a lost chance for someone with an actual disability to get the role...
Jodie Sweetin played the adorable, wisecracking Stephanie Tanner on the '80s sitcom Full House, but the former child star's real life has been considerably more dramatic. Sweetin stopped by TVGuide.com's studios to explain life as a "blackout drinker," how she got into meth, why her baby helped her turn things around and how her tell-all book — UnSweetined — helped her on the road to recovery.
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Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is battling leukemia, and says his prognosis is "very good."
The retired Los Angeles Lakers center — the National Basketball Association's greatest all-time scorer — was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia, a rare blood and bone marrow cancer, last December.
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