"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.
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.)
Other tidbits about how season one of Threshold was supposed to end after the jump.
The entire series will be released in one set. No word yet on extras or whether or not they'll include episodes that were filmed and never aired, though I assume there will be both.
Now ABC: what about Eyes?
Was it me or did it seem like there was an incredible number of commercials during this two-hour premiere? Everytime I started getting into the plot, something dramatic would happen and they'd go to a commercial.
The first episode of Threshold was half X-Files, half The Invaders. It was half good, half oh-will-you-please-just-get-on-with-it. Let's start with the latter first.
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