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'Chuck' Taps Comic Book Legend for Guest Role, 'Big C' Star Stops by CBS Drama & More TV Casting News

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 30th 2011 4:00PM
Stan Lee Guest Stars on Chuck'Chuck' is getting a visit from iconic come book creator Stan Lee.

According to HitFix, Lee will pop up in the seventh episode of the spy comedy's fifth and final season.

"To say we're excited to have Stan Lee join us on the show is an understatement," Chris Fedak, 'Chuck' co-creator,' told HitFix.

Other guest stars this season include 'Community' star Danny Pudi, Carrie-Anne Moss and Mark Hamill.

Lee has made a number of guest appearances on geek-targeted shows, most recently The CW's 'Nikita.'

In other casting news ...

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Susan Sarandon Talks Tattoos and Pole Dancing (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Dec 23rd 2009 9:20AM
According to Susan Sarandon, kids keep her grounded and help expand her horizons to include new things, like modern music and ... pole dancing and tattoos.

Sarandon told David Letterman last night that, while daughter Eva Amurri was prepping for a role as a stripper on 'Californication,' both she and Amurri learned how to work the pole. And, Sarandon said, mother and daughter also got ink together; Sarandon has tattoos on her back and wrist, which she proudly showed off to Letterman.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Review: Californication - So Here's The Thing...

by Danny Gallagher, posted Nov 10th 2009 2:10AM
Californication
(S03E07) "L.A. has made us soft. You used to be able to run for Lexington Avenue with the best of them. Elbowing the investment wankers out of the way. Your cell phone in one hand, mammoth ball sack in the other hand, Hollywood Reporter between your teeth. Not even breathing so you wouldn't inhale the $&*$ing piss stench." - Hank to Charlie

So now that the No. 1 Missus wants the family back, with Hank included, he's got to get the rest of his conquests out of his system. In the real world, such a thing would be easy to do. Call each one of them up, tell them it's been fun but we've all got to settle down eventually and this is that time. Hang up the phone and never leave your home or greet another human being in person until the big settle down day.

But this is television. Nothing is ever that simple, especially for a cat like Hank Moody, a man who sees simple as a wussy excuse to go through life.

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Review: Californication - Zoso

by Danny Gallagher, posted Oct 20th 2009 3:18AM
Embeth Davidtz and David Duchovny on Californication(S03E04) - "You once spent an entire class ranting about how much you hate Coldplay. Something tells me you could care less about what's frowned upon." - Jackie to Hank

Hank is normally the kind of guy most average heterosexual males would form mobs against, complete with rows of flaming torches and pitchforks (used both as weapons and Freudian references to using one's phallus as a weapon).

Still, he's become the most likable monkey in the Californication barrel. And it's not because he's living a life that would make most Arabian princes jealous. It's because there is a method to his manliness tendencies. He's vulnerable and sees those vulnerabilities in people around him, especially those of the opposite sex with genes that get saved in the secret cabinet in most high priced fertility clinics.

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Californication: Verities & Balderdash

by Danny Gallagher, posted Oct 12th 2009 4:20AM
Embeth Davidtz and David Duchovny on Californication
(S03E03) - "Don't put Daddy in a corner." - Hank to his daughter, Becca

Something spectacular happened on last Sunday's episode of Californication, something I've been hoping and waiting to see from a big-budget television show ever since I was old enough to realize what life was worth living for, what makes television worth watching.

Jackie showed us her boobies!

That being said, there was much more to the most recent saga of Hank Moody and company worth mentioning, and Lord knows I could spend a whole review on Eva Amurri's "revealing" opening scene of Hank imaging his star pupil at her night job. Hell, if Joel would let me do a list of TV's best racks, I'd put Jackie's on the number one and two spots, left and right respectively. I have my reasons.

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