"You must think men behave like idiots all the time," he told her. "But it's only when you're around."
When she noticed their outfits matched, Gugino said they should probably go to an event together, but when pressed for which event she suggested they go to a wax museum.
According to EW, Gish will star in a three episode arc as a childhood friend from Catherine Willows' (Marge Helgenberger) past. Gish's character, Laura, is married to a billionaire military contractor honcho who is investigated by the CSI team. It turns out he may be involved in an arms theft.
Gish's arc starts with episode nine.
Marg Helgenberger is rumored to be leaving the series after the first 12 episodes, could Gish's character be involved in her character's departure?
In other casting news ...
'The Good Wife' Nabs Parker Posey, Eric Close Books 'American Horror Story' Role & More Casting News
According to TVLine, Posey will play the estranged wife of Alan Cumming's character, Eli Gold. Viewers have already met their daughter, Marissa (Sarah Steele).
Posey recently guest starred on NBC's 'Parks and Recreation' and will soon appear on Showtime's 'The Big C.'
In other 'Good Wife' casting news, Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) may be getting a younger beau. According to Vulture, Bill Heck will play a young legal aid lawyer who connects with Diane after presenting her with an award for her pro bono work.
And a third guest star, 'House''s Peter Jacobson, will appear in the third season premiere, which is set to air Sun., Sept. 25 at 9PM. Watch CBS's new promo here. Posey's episode is set to air in October.
In other casting news ...
"Which one of the two of us do you think is having [more] trouble following this story?" Chelsea said.
Good question. Carla's tale involves childhood kidney trouble, gold-miners, a bus, an American Indian tent, an operation, and a miraculous recovery. See if you can follow it a little better than Chelsea did.
I caught up with castmembers Pamela Adlon, Evan Handler and Madeleine Martin, as well as guest star Carla Gugino, to hear about the ups, the downs and the big changes happening in Hank's universe this season (Sundays, 9PM ET on Showtime).
We also dished about the show's strict nudity policy (I imagine it's simply: There Must Be Nudity) and who holds the show record in that regard. And for the youngest castmember Martin, David Duchovny's TV daughter admits she wasn't always allowed to watch -- and now she chooses not to: "I don't like to see Hank naked, because Becca wouldn't see him naked ... so I've stopped watching." Awesome.
What do you think of this season? And are you happy it already got picked up for Season 5? Sound off ...
We thought about some really big names (Gary Oldman! James Gandolfini!) but then we scaled down our thoughts to actors who might be able to reinvent these characters well enough to avoid getting whacked. And without bankrupting any networks.
Read on for some actors who might give 'Goodfellas' a good run, and vice versa.
Carla Gugino, last seen in primetime as Vincent Chase's agent-turned-girlfriend on 'Entourage,' has signed on for a 10-episode stint in season 4, in which she'll play a "likable corporate attorney," according to Deadline.
Meanwhile, 'Cashmere Mafia' actress Addison Timlin will also join the show next season, playing an actress who stars in the film-within-the-series, for eight episodes.
(S01E15) If you want to see evidence of how much a show can change in its first season, look no further than this week's guest star, Barry Bostwick.
He's been among the Bill Lawrence Players for almost fifteen years now, since he was cast as Mayor Randall Winston on 'Spin City.' As Lawrence has said, that show so completely changed focus during its first season, from a romantic comedy to a workplace/government comedy, that the part of one of its stars, Carla Gugino, was cut halfway through that year.
Last night's episode really brought home the fact that in quick order 'Cougar Town' has become much more than what the show was supposed to be about when it debuted. The world surrounding Jules Cobb has now expanded to the point where we see where Andy works, we know Laurie's last name (Keller? Hope she's not related... ) and see enough mixing of characters to make us want to see more.
You knew I wouldn't pass up the opportunity to speak to Bill while he was there, especially with Cougar Town getting picked up for a second season and the new Scrubs trying to find its way after a shaky start. The conversation we had is after the jump.
(Oh, and it's always amazing to me that I can talk to Lawrence for maybe 15 minutes, cut out 3500 words, and still have 2500 words left. The man can talk a blue streak.)
I swear I tried to come up with a creative title for this post, but sometimes simplicity is best. We had to wait almost a year for the concluding half of Entourage's third season. It kept getting put off again and again, and I think it was because HBO wanted to keep it in line with the return of The Sopranos. Whatever. My point is that you'd think with all the re-scheduling, that the DVD set would hit the shelves quicker. No dice.
The set for season three, part two won't be in stores until October 2. Besides having to wait that long, you'd at least expect it to cost a little less, right? After all, it was only 8 episodes just like the first season. Wrong again. Expect to pay the same price that the longer seasons go for. Around thirty bucks. I wish I could say something exciting about some great special feature to make it seem like a worthwhile deal, but as with the other sets, I'm sure there will only be a few audio commentaries. I'm complaining, but of course I'm going to buy it. Part of me just wishes they had released the whole third season as one giant set and added a few featurettes or cast interviews. Something extra would have been nice.
[Thanks to reader Cam for the tip!]
(S03E20) It feels weird calling this episode of Entourage a season finale since we have new episodes starting up in just two weeks. It's not exactly normal TV convention for a season to end and a new one to begin so quickly -- but hey, I'm not complaining. What we got here was essentially a culmination of the series thus far. It's everything that Vince and E have worked so hard for and now it's finally paying off. Walsh is on board too and Medellín is officially a go. So as the season ends in normal Entourage fashion with Vince heading off to make his next pic, who knows what's in store.
If only this were true. Seems like the crew behind HBO's Entourage had some extra dough laying around because they took out a fake Emmy consideration ad for Drama's role in Five Towns in today's issue of Variety. Hilarious, huh? Well it gets even better. Johnny Chase himself wrote a short letter to the readers of Variety, discussing how stressful the Emmy season can be for a veteran actor such as himself. It's definitely worth reading if only for his vivid imagination as well as his plan to bang the "hot presenter" after smelling her perfume. Johnny Drama at his finest! He is like a punch in the gut!
Now here's something you don't see every day. A reason to actually feel good about the fact that you pay for HBO. Get this! Entourage is taking no time off between seasons three and four! Well... one week, but that doesn't really count does it?
That's right folks. When the show returns on Sunday, June 3, it'll wrap up its twenty episode third season with the finale "Adios, Amigos." The following week, there's no episode because it's The Sopranos series finale and the series premiere of John From Cincinnati. Then a week after that (Sunday, June 17), Entourage is back with the premiere of its twelve episode fourth season. My friends, get excited because that is a whole lotta Johnny Drama.
For some slightly spoilerish info (straight from the HBO press release) and the schedule (in case my previous paragraph confused you), keep reading.
(S03E19) "I'm not gonna pull a Clooney... not yet!" -Drama
As much as I've enjoyed the recent string of episodes, this one definitely best resembles the Entourage I remember. We had it all. Great story, some classic Johnny moments, and one of the most insane situations Vince has ever gotten himself into. Medellín is a go (finally!), but it certainly didn't come together the way I expected.
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