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July 28, 2014

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Cybill Shepherd, Rick Fox, Eric Mabius Book 'Franklin & Bash' & More Casting News

by Crystal Bell, posted Oct 19th 2011 7:15PM
Franklin and Bash Season 2 GuestsThree-time Golden Globe winner Cybill Shepherd will guest star in an episode of buddy-lawyer dramedy 'Franklin & Bash.' The TNT series is currently filming Season 2.

Shepherd will play one of Stanton Infeld's (Malcolm McDowell) many ex-wives, Evanthia Steele, who is on trial for kidnapping a neglected dog. Series stars Mark Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer will be her defense team.

The show will also welcome 'Ugly Betty''s Eric Mabius and Rick Rox. Mabius will play Rossi, a handsome prosecutor trying to take down dog-napper Steele and one-half of Jango & Rossi, the B-list version of dynamic duo Franklin & Bash. Fox will play Andre, a professional tennis player called in to testify in the dog-napping case.

In other casting news ...

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Cybil Shepherd Stumps Reege on 'Live with Regis & Kelly' (VIDEO)

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jul 27th 2010 2:39PM
Cybil ShepherdOne of the basic questions that a celebrity has to be asked is the question about whether or not they're in a relationship. Unless you're a famous couple that has been together for years, you're probably going to be asked the question.

On this morning's 'Live with Regis & Kelly' (weekday mornings, check local listings), Cybil Shepherd was asked the question, and then she turned the tables on Reege and asked him what is important to him in a relationship, what he looks for. Of course, being Reege, he stumbles a bit.

But it's probably a good thing he doesn't know since he's been with wife Joy for many decades.

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Psych: The Ghost In You (season premiere)

by Richard Keller, posted Jul 19th 2008 12:09AM

Shawn and Gus are back

(S03E01) Ahhh! The Boys of Summer are back! No, not The Beach Boys, or the song by Don Henley, or the lineup for the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers. I'm talking about Shawn Spencer and Burton "Gus" Guster. For the last two summers this fake psychic and his over-excited friend have joined us on the crime comedy Psych. Now, they are back to tackle a third season that, according to stars James Roday and Dule Hill, should be a good one.

We have already provided an early look for the season premiere, so this review is more to flesh out the events of the episode. Plus, it is also a chance to continue last year's tradition of pointing out all of the pop references spouted by the characters. And, starting this season, to let you know where the pineapple is located in each episode. Please get your mind out of the gutter!

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