He'll join fellow Sacred Heart alumni Robert Maschio (The Todd!), Sarah Chalke, Sam Lloyd and Ken Jenkins in an upcoming Season 3 episode.
Details on Braff's role are being kept under wraps, but TVLine reports he'll be seen in the flesh this time. Braff's voice previously was heard in a Season 2 episode.
'Cougar Town' returns to ABC sometime during midseason.
In other casting news ...
It's just a little sock, but it wields so much adorableness, it makes everyone who touches it into a babbling idiot. How else do you explain what we saw by the end of this interesting episode? By the time the sock was finished imposing its widdle biddy ruthlessness on the Scooby gang, some of them weren't recognizable.
At least the sock didn't make Marshall into a girl, like in the picture above. No, that was the Cheerleader Effect in full force.
Then the last act kicked in and I found myself in tears. The memorial service at the end for the MIA soldier whose remains were finally being returned from Vietnam was a knockout. It just took some time to get to that point.
The heart of the show was Trevor's return from Iraq and his difficulties dealing with the aftermath of killing the man who shot and wounded him. He's uncomfortable with being labeled a hero.
I'm a bit late with this, so forgive me, but it's still worth mentioning.
The podcast Just My Show recently interviewed Marion Ross of Happy Days and Dan Lauria of The Wonder Years.
The interviewer is no Jesse Thorn, and he doesn't so much ask questions as just mention items from the interviewees past and ask for comments, but it's still a pleasure to hear these two TV parents talk about their roles.
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