Roto-Rooter president and COO Rick Arquilla takes the plunge and goes undercover at his Cincinnati-based company, which is the largest plumbing service provider in North America. He certainly gets his hands dirty unclogging drains and toilets as he interacts with employees across the U.S. who believe they are being filmed for a documentary to celebrate the company's 75th anniversary.
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Bryan Greenberg and Lake Bell
Viewers may recognize him from more lighthearted fare like One Tree Hill and October Road, but these days Bryan Greenberg is hustling as a fashion-school dropout on HBO's new series How to Make it in America (Sun, 10/9c). Greenberg, who calls the series "very timely with the economy," talked to TVGuide.com about why he responded to the project and how his musical background affects his roles.
TVGuide.com: How did you get involved in the show?
Bryan Greenberg: I actually knew Ian Edelman, the creator of the show, through basketball and a mutual friend, but I had no idea he was...
Tonight is the freestyle skiing's men's moguls final, with the Canadians very strong, but Patrick Deneen (U.S.), is world champ. "I think people ski better on their home turf," says Deneen, "but it may be where judges give you the most love." Heading indoors, there's also coverage of the pairs short program this evening. Highlights of afternoon events include two sports in which the U.S. has never medaled, but has high hopes this year: biathlon, with World Cup contender Tim Burke, and Nordic combined, with World Champions Bill Demong and Todd Lodwick (2009), and Johnny Spillane (2003).
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Sorry, Hilarie ─ it looks like a certain "big lug" won't be returning to One Tree Hill.
Bryan Greenberg, who also and most recently fronted ABC's October Road, has landed one of the two leads in How to Make It in America, a comedy pilot for HBO. Victor Rasuk (Stop-Loss) fills the other spot, says the Hollywood Reporter.
Coproduced by Mark Wahlberg, How to Make It in America concerns a pair of industrious pals who live in New York while striving to achieve the American dream. Of course, here in the Big Apple that dream is "buying a lunch for less than $10."