William Shatner will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Psych, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The two-time Emmy winner, 80, will play the estranged con man/father of Juliet (Maggie Lawson).
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Brad seems to prefer complainers (Ashley H. and Michelle) to cheaters (the departed Stacey). But by how much? Michelle had to rappel down the side of a skyscraper for her rose, and Ashley H. had to wait till the very end of the rose ceremony. And tonight, in Las Vegas, she has to go on one of those dreaded two-on-one dates (to Cirque du Soleil's Viva ELVIS show). Her competition: Ashley S., who won the first rose. Brad takes eight gals (including Emily, whose late fiancé was a NASCAR driver) to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. And Shawntel snares the one-on-one date. The good news: It's a shopping spree. Not so much fun: Brad wants to hear about her work. She's an undertaker. — Paul Droesch
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Aftermath with William Shatner (Monday, 10/9c, BIO) As he proved in his Shatner's Raw Nerve series, the future star of $#*! My Dad Says is no slouch when it comes to interviewing people who interest him. In this new series, he catches up with people who became famous or infamous overnight. First subject: Bernard Goetz, the so-called "Subway Vigilante" who shot four men he alleged were intending to mug him on a New York subway train in 1984...
William Shatner has scored his second series on the Bio Channel.
The Star Trek alum, who already hosts the offbeat Bio celebrity interview series Shatner's Raw Nerve, will interview memorable newsmakers on his latest creation, Shatner's Aftermath, the network announced.
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The series will examine ordinary Americans who became ...
So who died when that small plane crashed into the Wisteria Lane Christmas party? Karl and Orson certainly took a hit. Could either of them have survived? Mona sure looked like a goner, too. Don't look for the Bolens to grieve if she was. And how about Lynette, sweeping in to save Juanita? It might get her back into Gaby's good graces, but what could it have done to her unborn twins? (And will the episode make Gaby a more attentive mom?) Questions to ponder in an episode titled "If..."
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