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Exclusive: See Who's Returning to Mistresses!

Hint: They aren't too happy with Joss!

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Robyn Ross

Even though Mistresseslast showed Scott getting ditched at the altar, he's not done just yet! Justin Hartley will return to the ABC summer soap for two episodes, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

In the final moments of the second season, Joss (Jes Macallan) and Harry (Brett Tucker) finally got together on the beach outside of Joss and Scott's wedding. The episode ended with Savi (Alyssa Milano) walking down the steps to possibly find her sister and her ex-husband together. However what Savi saw or didn't see could be complicated by the that Milano is exiting the show.

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"A lot of where Season 3 starts is dealing with what the massive repercussions that choice will bring," Macallan said. "We know it's going to be wrapped up, but we don't know how they're going to handle it."

Regardless of how the show handles Savi's off-camera reaction to the major development, it's clear Scott's handling of the rejection will play a big part in the beginning of the season. As for Joss and Harry's future, both Macallan and Tucker are just glad their characters finally got together - a plotline that wasn't exactly planned from the beginning.

"[The writers] allowed the progression of what was happening on-screen to happen and influence their writing," she said. "They were like, 'There's something going on there' and they ran with it. I don't think we thought it was going there, but they [said to us], 'Are you feeling that under the subtext?' And we said, 'Totally, that could happen.'"

Are you happy Joss and Harry got together? Are you glad Scott is coming back?

Mistresses returns this summer to ABC.

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