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Stephen Collins Gets an 'Office' Job, 'The Good Wife' Lands Harvey Fierstein & More Casting News

by Chris Harnick, posted Aug 17th 2011 1:00PM
Stephen Collins'7th Heaven' star Stephen Collins is heading to 'The Office.' Collins, known to many as Rev. Eric Camden after his 11 years on 'Heaven,' will play Andy's father.

Collins made the announcement on his Twitter account. "Doing "The Office" this week. Ridiculously fun & talented group, including @Rainnwilson who I worked w/in his 1st job in '89 in the Park," he tweeted.

According to Entertainment Weekly, 'ET' actress Dee Wallace will play Andy's mother. Look for Wallace and Collins to appear in an October episode.

'The Office' returns to NBC on Sept. 22 at 9PM.

In other casting news ...

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Justin Long Recalls Being Fired from Animated Movie on 'Today' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Sep 14th 2010 3:45PM
While discussing his role in the upcoming animated flick 'Alpha and Omega' on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM ET on NBC), Justin Long recalls being fired from the children's movie 'The Tale of Despereaux' because his voice proved too deep for the lead character.

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Review: How I Met Your Mother - Last Cigarette Ever

by Joel Keller, posted Dec 15th 2009 12:09AM
Jason Segel in HIMYM: Last Cigarette Ever(S05E11) You know you have a good episode going when Harvey Fierstein is cast as one of the female character's "smoking voices," and that's only the third funniest thing that week.

Sure, it was great to hear Harvey's painful-sounding voice coming out Alyson Hannigan's mouth after a few days of smoking. It seems like it would fit well with her character; you know that she's only a few years from calling people "dollface," whether she's smoking or not.

But what carried the episode was seeing a new side to the gang that we haven't seen before, and how they all deal with it. Oh, and it was also good to see some new footage of Ted's kids, even if they're both visibly older.

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Kelsey Grammer's going Broadway in La Cage Aux Folles

by Allison Waldman, posted Nov 30th 2009 7:02PM
kelsey_grammer_headWell, what do you do when your last two TV series flamed out, leaving you scratching your head and wondering why the public isn't getting you like they did before? If you're Kelsey Grammer, you head to Broadway. With the ABC sitcom Hank firmly in his rear-view mirror, Grammer will star on Broadway in a revival of La Cage aux Folles.

Could Kelsey be taking advice from David Hyde Pierce, his brother Niles on Frasier? Since that series ended, David's had two hit shows on the Gay White Way, Spamalot and Curtains. The latter resulted in David winning a Tony award.

I'd like to think that Grammer's taking somebody's sage advice. La Cage is a no-brainer.

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