Community cast at Paley Festival
Six seasons and a movie. That's Community's rallying cry, hashtag and goal, but for now it's only a reality in Abed's Dreamatorium.
But even if the NBC comedy were to end after its current fourth season, star Yvette Nicole Brown isn't mourning. "Four years is great! We made it to syndication, we got to meet all of you guys," she told fans at Tuesday's Paley Festival honoring Community. "As an actor, it's hard to have friends -- who are more talented than you, more beautiful than you or whatever -- that aren't working ... We're in the gravy years of our careers and the gravy years of this show. So if we get to continue another year, it would be an awesome blessing... but remember that whatever happens in May ... we did it together and that's a great thing."
Get ready for one crazy road to Nationals when New Directions goes through a Freaky Friday-inspired body switch in an upcoming two-hour episode of Glee. Speaking of, Lindsay Lohan will take a seat at the judges' table — and she'd better be voting for McKinley High!
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Jamie Lee Curtis, Mark Harmon
Jamie Lee Curtis has signed on for a two-episode guest spot on NCIS during November sweeps, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Curtis will play Charlotte Ryan, a career woman and single mom who works for the Office of the Inspector General in the Defense Department. Described as strong and opinionated, Curtis' character will spar with Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and the team like never before.
"The role of Charlotte Ryan got even better when the enormously talented Jamie Lee Curtis agreed to join us," executive producer Gary Glasberg said....
Question: Whatever happened to actors Harold Gould and Glenn Ford?
Answer: Veteran character actor Harold Gould, who had a Ph.D. in theater and taught drama at Cornell University before making it his personal mission to disprove the motto "Those who can't do, teach," has been acting for nearly 45 years in movies and on TV; his most recent feature-film credit is the remake of Freaky Friday (2003). Gould also originated the roles of Mr. Cunningham and Mr. Marie in the pilots of the popular TV series Happy Days and That Girl, but was replaced by Tom Bosley and Lew Parker, respectively, when the shows went to series. Glenn Ford, a versatile leading man of the '40s and