Things are about to heat up — literally — in this week's episode of True Blood when Terry (Todd Lowe) and his war buddy Patrick (Scott Foley) go in search of one of their comrades.
Though Patrick and Terry's story has been off to a slow start this year, it will pick up quickly once we learn what happened to their squad in Iraq through flashbacks. This, of course, is the catalyst for their friend Brian Eller (Brian Geraghty) apparently burning down everyone's homes — though he may not actually be to blame. To get the scoop on what's in store, TVGuide.com turned to Foley, who also discusses his upcoming comedy The Goodwin Games and dying far too many times in his career — Grey's Anatomy, Scream 3 and in Felicity's alternate universe, to name a few...
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David Arquette, In Case of Emergency
On ABC's recently premiered In Case of Emergency (Wednesdays at 9:30 pm/ET), David Arquette stars as Jason, a corporate whiz freshly felled by scandal, and now leaning on a group of similarly shamed high-school classmates (played by Greg Germann, Jonathan Silverman and Kelly Hu). TVGuide.com spoke with Arquette about his and wife/Dirt-headliner Courteney Cox's new bids at small-screen success.
TVGuide.com: For a guy who was about to kill himself, In Cas
Patricia and (inset) Richmond Arquette
It's been a while since Medium (Mondays at 10 pm/ET on NBC) star Patricia Arquette worked with her older brother, Richmond — he directed her in her first film, "a whodunit called James Long, when I was only 7 years old," recalls the actress. But she'll finally get the chance to team up with him again when he guest-stars later this season on her hit series.
In the episode, Richmond (Scream 3) will play a man whom Patricia's Allison DuBois meets after he goes to the hospital for an MRI. "While he's in the machine, Allison sees thoughts in his head," explains executive producer Glenn Gordon Caron. "And one of them is an apparently incongruous, violent vision from the past, and she beco
Good morning, midnight: Heather Matarazzo
Question: I've heard that Heather Matarazzo, who played Dawn Wiener in Welcome to the Dollhouse, hated the character, and that's why she isn't in Palindromes. Is that true, or did the director not want her?
Answer: Director Todd Solondz has said he desperately wanted Heather Matarazzo to reprise the part of Dawn Wiener; in fact, he says he begged her to play Dawn first in Storytelling (2002) and then in Palindromes (2005), but she insisted she never wanted to play the role again. So Solondz killed her: Dawn's funeral opens Palindromes. Matarazzo, who was 11 when Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995) was s