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A Guy-on-Guy Kiss on '$#*! My Dad Says' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Oct 22nd 2010 12:09AM
A Guy-on-Guy Kiss on '$#*! My Dad Says' On '$#*! My Dad Says' (Thu., 8:30PM ET on CBS), husband Vince Goodson (Will Sasso) makes the mistake of interrogating his wife Bonnie about her past lovers. You should never ask a question if you're not ready for the answer.

Vince quickly learns more than he bargained for -- including the fact that Bonnie once swapped spit with Josh (Preston Jones), a local paramedic. Bonnie (Nicole Sullivan) protests that it wasn't really a big deal, and that Josh was a horrible kisser: "It was like kissing a dead fish!" But Vince has to learn the truth for himself.

[Warning: Spoiler alert.]

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Fall TV 2010's Breakout Stars

by Kim Potts, posted Aug 31st 2010 6:00PM
Some of them have never had a major role before, and some of them are making their Hollywood debut, but we're betting that these 13 actors and actresses will be among the stars viewers are talking about this TV season ...

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Ryan Devlin Out, Jonathan Sadowski In, for '$#*! My Dad Says'

by Chris Harnick, posted Jul 23rd 2010 12:00PM
Jonathan SadowskiHollywood is an unforgiving place, summed up perfectly by Heidi Klum: "One day you're in, the next day you're out." That's exactly what happened to actor Ryan Devlin whose role on '$#*! My Dad Says' was recast.

Deadline Hollywood is reporting that Jonathan Sadowski has landed the lead role opposite William Shatner. Devlin only shot the pilot.

Sadowski may be a somewhat familiar face to viewers, he's guest starred on shows such as 'Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,' 'House' and 'American Dreams.'

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Reasons why I think ABC should renew Miss Guided

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Apr 9th 2008 11:03AM
Judy Greer
TV Squadder Paul Goebel reviewed the series premiere of the ABC comedy Miss Guided. He wasn't sure what to make of the show after the first airing and I must admit that I also had my doubts about this new comedy. Judy Greer is a joy to watch as guidance counselor Becky Freeley but the comedy was predictable and the cast way too beautiful to portray a real high school. However, I decided to stick with it and ended up enjoying the show's storylines and characters as well as the interview-like tidbits.

The series aired its season finale last week and is now awaiting ABC's upfronts to know if it'll come back next season or have to close the books. To help ABC make its decision, here are some reasons why Miss Guided should be renewed.

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