Revenge of the Nerds star Curtis Armstrong will guest-star on Rules of Engagement this season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Revenge of the Nerds and Moonlighting star Curtis Armstrong has landed a multi-episode arc on The Closer's seventh and final season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Armstrong will play Peter Goldman, a resourceful attorney hired by the mother of a slain gang member to sue Brenda Leigh Johnson (Kyra Sedgwick) and the Los Angeles Police Department. As we first reported, the character is smart, fearless and devious; he makes a natural sparring partner for Brenda...
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU detectives Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and Benson (Mariska Hargitay) have gone undercover plenty of times before, but never quite like this.
After the police discover a stabbing victim's unusual hobby, the pair go to a swingers club posing as a married couple looking to spice things up. Series writer Dan Truly says there's one big reason why going undercover is good for business.
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"You always want other characters to assume that Benson and Stabler are kind of a couple," he says. "You want everybody to react to them in a way that sort of fulfills...
It's precisely the kind of chilling twist Richard Castle might concoct. On a Hollywood soundstage in early February, the mystery novel-penning protagonist of ABC's Castle, played by Nathan Fillion, is shadowing his muse, no-nonsense NYPD detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic), as she tracks a person of interest to a storage freezer in Manhattan. Too bad the guy, who's already taken a bullet to the brain, won't be coughing up any clues.
Fear not, Chuck fans: Yvonne Strahovski doesn't believe in the Moonlighting curse.
Even though Strahovski's Sarah recently got engaged to Chuck (Zachary Levi), the actress believes NBC's spy drama won't suffer the same fate as Moonlighting, the '80s sitcom that famously fell apart when Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepherd's main characters finally hooked up.
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"It's often the death of the show when you break the tension and the two lead characters ...
Archie Panjabi and Scott Porter are combustible super sleuths that have the chemistry of Moonlighting's pre-hookup Mattie and David and the ruthlessness of Bonnie and Clyde. When The Good Wife's two warring legal investigators at Gardner, Lockhart & Bond share the screen, the heat is almost criminal. Panjabi (Kalinda) and Porter (Blake) share what makes them sizzle. ...
Cybill Shepherd is a busy woman.
In addition to playing Julie Benz's mother in an upcoming episode of No Ordinary Family, the 60-year-old actress will guest-star on $#*! My Dad Says, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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The Moonlighting star will play...
Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence
When '90s sitcom stars Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence teamed up for the ABC Family movie My Fake Fiance, they never expected that fans would fall so in love with the duo that it would prompt the network to create a series just for them. Why are the stars of Melissa & Joey so popular? "We've got nostalgia behind us. We've each had two successful series and the audience, more so than Hollywood, likes to see a reincarnation," Hart tells TVGuide.com.
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First the kiss and now this! It's wedding day and House and Cuddy are shaking booty on the dance floor. She's in a slinky backless gown. He's in a tuxedo (and sneakers, naturally) and they're talking guest lists and chocolate fountains. For reals, as House likes to say. Fox would kill us if we spilled too much about this upcoming House episode but, OK, House and Cuddy aren't the ones tying the knot just yet. Of course, the way their romance is plowing ahead after six seasons of platonic simmer, it might be wise to keep your Monday nights free just in case.
So far this season, House (Hugh Laurie) and Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) have cuddled, snuggled, snogged, fondled like 10th graders and played a hot round of sexy Boggle (i lobe you? Really, House?).
Since House and Cuddy have answers for everything, TV Guide Magazine barraged the actors who play them with snoopy questions in a penthouse suite of the Los Angeles hotel where the wedding scenes were being shot. There was plenty of giggling and flirty repartee, even as we asked the snoopiest question of all: Was consummating Cuddy and House's relationship the kiss of death for the series? ...
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