Teri Hatcher by Gregg DeGuire/ WireImage.com Teri Hatcher by Gregg DeGuire/ WireImage.com

Band From TV, which is comprised of actors from assorted network series, filled their charity quota in Hollywood on Sunday night by first performing at the Kodak Theatre for " Idol Gives Back" (airing Wednesday) and then driving to The Avalon to perform a set at Comedy for a Cure, an event that against tradition included almost no comedy at all.

Teri Hatcher, now an official member of Band From TV, joined the group for one number despite having a 101-degree temperature. "Antibiotics!" she told TV Guide was the reason she was still able to soldier on. Band From TV came together for Hatcher because tuberous sclerosis is a cause that is important to her. "This award is the best I have ever been given," she said as she was honored by the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance. "Everything I've done for you guys is my honor." Hatcher then performed Michelle Branch's "Take the Pieces When You Go" before heading home to get better.

Melina Kanakaredes ( CSI: NY), Tichina Arnold ( Everybody Hates Chris), Julie Benz ( Dexter), Zach Levi ( Chuck) and Shawn Pyfrom ( Housewives) made appearances to support the cause, while Back to You's Patricia Heaton chaired the event that raised over $500,000. But the real prize was seeing Greg Grunberg, James Denton, Bonnie Somerville, Jesse Spencer and Bob Guiney perform as Band From TV. It's not every day you see Somerville belt out a Janis Joplin tune ("Piece of My Heart"), Spencer do a violin solo to "Mustang Sally" or Denton channel his inner Elvis Presley (with "Viva Las Vegas"). Will he bring some of that hip swinging action to Desperate Housewives in the near future? One can only hope. - Carita Rizzo