Here's some "TV News" scoop from the current issue of TV Guide magazine: Inside the Actors Studio host James Lipton is coming out of retirement. In his first acting gig in five decades, Lipton has signed on to play a "genteel warden" at George Sr.'s prison in three episodes of Fox's Arrested Development. He'll first air next month, around the time Julia Louis-Dreyfuss kicks off her stint as a blind prosecutor. "[Lipton] will probably get eclipsed by Julia," says exec producer Mitchell Hurwitz, "but he's really good." Yeah, but so was Newman.
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