"He's very ticklish," Ferguson pointed out. "He's ticklish, and he's very embarrassed about how hairy he is downstairs."
"I'll bring that up right away," Weaver said.
Ritter, formerly of 'The Event' will return to 'Parenthood.' According to TVLine, Ritter will reprise his role of Mark, the sometimes boyfriend to Lauren Graham's Sarah. Look for him early in Season 3. 'Parenthood' returns to NBC Tues., Sept. 13 at 10PM.
TVLine also reports Ritter is working with 'Friday Night Lights' guru and 'Parenthood' executive producer Jason Katims on a new show for NBC. Details on the project are scarce, but it will be an hour-long drama.
"So the Royal Weddings' at the end of April. Are you gonna be there?" the woman asked him.
She then asked if he was going to be watching or even was interested and got the same answer. At that point, according to Molina, she was basically crippled as if he'd not only run through her only topic of conversation, but had shattered her very perception of reality.
In last week's two-part 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' -- the first new episode since the show went on a retooling hiatus Dec. 1 -- the reset button was officially hit for the freshman series.
For fans of the show (which has seen its fair share of drama, even though it's only aired 10 episodes to date) the revamp brings us something old, something new and something borrowed, hoping this marriage between the franchise and the City of Angels lasts a good long time.
And of course, there's also something blue with Alfred Molina's character Ricardo Morales leaving the DA's office in the aftermath of the shooting death of Det. Rex Winters (Skeet Ulrich) to come back to the beat as a detective.
AOL TV caught up with executive producer Rene Balcer, co-creator of the show with 'L&O' head honcho Dick Wolf, to hear all about Morales' big switch and other cast changes for what he's calling "LOLA 2.0."
"There are many factors that finally convince [Morales] he'd be a happier camper back as a cop ... It's about how the case is being handled, the political influences that come to bear on the prosecution."
Audiences will see the result of that retooling starting Monday, April 11, at 9PM ET. Among the biggest changes is that Alfred Molina's character, Deputy D.A. Ricardo Morales, will return to the LAPD as a detective. The backstory of how that happens, including what happens to who he's replacing, Det. Rex Winters (Skeet Ulrich), will be sorted out during the first few episodes of the show's return.
I spoke to Molina last month about his thoughts on the switch, which will involve his working on every episode -- as a D.A., Molina's character was alternating episodes with Terrence Howard's character, Deputy D.A. Jonah Dekker -- and why he decided to go back to series TV after a nine-year absence. I also spoke to the veteran character actor about his many roles (and his many accents), and I found out why he's a record-holder, at least in the world of LEGOs.
Instead, the familiar "chung-chung" sound will be heard on 'SVU,' 'Criminal Intent' (on USA) and this newest edition.
Set amid the bright lights of Hollywood and the gritty streets of South Central, the show stars Skeet Ulrich, Terrence Howard and Alfred Molina, Rachel Ticotin, Corey Stoll and more as the cops and prosecutors charged with dispensing justice in L.A.
'LOLA' kicks off with a crossover from its sibling, 'SVU,' which premieres tonight at 9PM ET. Mariska Hargitay's Olivia Benson heads to Los Angeles for a case about the "backlog of untested rape kits," she told E! News.
Molina can currently be seen on the big screen in 'The Sorcerer's Apprentice,' and has a particularly active film career, with several new projects on his slate. He's perhaps best known for roles in 'Spider-Man 2' and 'Raiders of the Lost Ark.' He's also a popular voiceover actor ('Rango,' 'Wonder Woman,' 'Chill Out, Scooby-Doo!').
Looky there. With just those seven little words The Sarah Connor Chronicles has become the show I'm most looking forward to next season. With music, there's nothing I like more than putting a little Garbage on the turntable. Because of that, over the years I've become just a little bit obsessed with Shirley Manson. And now comes word that the lovely and talented Miss Manson has been signed to the show.
Just that is enough to make me watch, but it gets even better. This isn't a musical guest like someone stopping by to play at P3 or the Montecito. Oh no, Shirley will join the cast in a regular role as Catherine Weaver, CEO of a high-tech company. One could certainly argue that it's stunt casting, or that they could find a more qualified actor to take on such a big role. But any crazy argument like that will fall on deaf ears here pal. It's Shirley Manson. That's all I need to know.
"Michael wasn't on that long," O'Donnell told TV Squad in a one-on-one interview in a TNT-hosted suite at the Beverly Hilton following a TCA panel for The Company last month. The actor actually shared more screen time with Company co-star Alfred Molina (aka Spider-Man 2's Doctor Octopus). "We all sat around together [at one point] thinking, 'It's two from the 'Justice League' and one [Spider-man] super villain!'"
The Company is a six-hour movie that will air over three nights, beginning this Sunday at 8 pm on TNT. It stars Chris O'Donnell, Alfred Molina, and Michael Keaton as players in the early days of the CIA. It is based on the highly-acclaimed novel by Robert LIttell.
The story focuses on three Yale friends who join the spy business, two of them go to the CIA and one (the Russian) goes to the KGB. It is set during the beginning of the Cold War, starting with the 1950s and then to the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
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