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On Sundance Channel's "Mortified Sessions," celebrities reveal their dirty laundry. From how they learned about sex to childhood crushes, they're not holding anything back. On the upcoming new episode, "Suburgatory" star Cheryl Hines and comedienne Margaret Cho are next to spill their secrets.
When Hines, pictured above, was a child, she didn't have the nicest nickname.
"I physically had warts, a lot of warts," Hines says in the Jan. 2 episode. "So they called me, 'Worry Wart.' It was mean, because I did indeed have warts, and I did worry a lot."
For Cho, pictured below, realizing she wasn't white was a shock.
"When I was maybe six, I was really angry that I was not white. When I realized I wasn't white I was so furious ... I still have deep fantasies about being white -- it must be so relaxing to be white. I wish I could go »
- Chris Harnick
Suburgatory Spoilers: Rockin' the Suburbs
Let's talk some Suburgatory, shall we?
Thus far in the show's brief run, we've been introduced to transsexual wino Gladys, witnessed Lisa getting naked in George's car, and the napping of Sheila's precious Shirley Temple doll collection. There have been kisses, not-gay dads, and more gossip than you can shake a Red Bull at, all punctuated by Dalia's continued duel with family dog Yakult over territory issues.
For a show that seems to have majored in big, broad, bizarre comedy, where do you go from here?
One thing is that you bring a ton of guest stars into town to mix it up with the already kooky supporting cast and maybe bring out some new dynamics. TV Line is reporting that Alicia Silverstone will be heading into Chatswin as Eden, a possible love interest for George (former Clueless co-star Jeremy Sisto) that causes a feud between him and Noah. »
- Shilo Adams
Suburgatory January Spoilers: Tessa Gets Roped into Helping Dalia (Sneak Peeks)
Suburgatory returns with all new episodes on Wednesday, January 4, and ABC has released some episode synopses with light spoilers for two upcoming episodes.
January 4, Episode 10 "Driving Miss Dalia": When Tessa gets her driver's license, Dalia hires her to drive her around to stalk her crush, Scott Strauss (guest star Thomas McDonell). As a result Tessa realizes that she and Scott might have feelings for each other. Meanwhile George and Noah's relationship is put to the test when George decides he wants to join the local country club. Guest stars include Edward Padilla as Javier, Katelyn Pacitto as Kaitlyn, Kara Pacitto as Kenzie, Abbie Cobb as Kimantha, Arden Myrin as Jocelyn, Jack Walsh as Marty, Thomas McDonell as Scott Strauss, Hayes MacArthur as Walter and Chris Parnell as Fred Shay.
January 11, Episode 11 “Out in the Burbs”: When Tessa »
Jeremy Sisto and his wife Addie Lane are expecting a second child. The Suburgatory actor announced that his wife is pregnant during an appearance on The Talk earlier this week. He revealed: "It's a boy!" Sisto and his wife tied the knot in October 2009, a few months after Lane gave birth to the couple's daughter Charlie Ballerina. He was previously married to Marisa Ryan for several years in the 1990s. It was recently announced (more) »
- By Justin Harp
Due in March, the couple’s son will join big sister Charlie-Ballerina, 2½.
And while the actor didn’t divulge any hints about a possible name for their little one, perhaps they plan to hit the books as they did with their daughter.
“I never really pictured myself having a family so it felt strange to name my child after anyone else alive. So my wife went through the dictionary, »
Jeremy Sisto has spent much of his career playing dark characters, most notably Billy Chenowith, Brenda's disturbed brother on "Six Feet Under" and detective Cyrus Lupo in "Law & Order." So when he was offered the role of George Altman on the absurdist ABC sitcom "Suburgatory," a single dad who moves the suburbs with his teenage daughter, he was pleasantly surprised.
"You never know as an actor when your ride is done ... and oftentimes procedural dramas can be the end of the line," he told the ladies of "The Talk" (weekdays, syndicated on CBS). "It's great, because I'm probably more of a silly person than some of the other characters I've played."
Another one of Sisto's memorable characters was Elton Tiscia, a rich high school kid who had a crush on Alicia Silverstone's character Cher Horowitz in the movie "Clueless." Silverstone just joined "Suburgatory" as a possible love interest for Sisto's character, »
- Alex Moaba
Nine months in the making, The Hollywood Reporter's inaugural year-end portfolio of entertainment's biggest risk takers features a who's-who of Hollywood. Story: Chuck Lorre's Sheen-Kutcher Gamble, Netflix Gone Awry, Kardashian Brand's 72-Day Wild Ride: THR Features 2011's Biggest Rule Breakers The 22-page special issue, out this week, includes industry veterans -- George Lucas, James Cameron, Diane Sawyer, Matt Lauer, among others -- TV newcomers Liz Meriweather and Zooey Deschanel of Fox's New Girl as well as Suburgatory's Emily Kapnek and Jane Levy -- and familiar faces, like Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner and Betheny Frankel. "I think it's great
- THR Staff
Klaus should really indulge his appetites more.
Welcome back to Celebrity Twitterwatch, where we try and make sense of what the beautiful people are talking about, or at least create a narrative thread more coherent than the plot of the Glee Christmas episode.
Joseph Morgan is a big part of the reason that there are no unwatched episodes of The Vampire Diaries on my DVR, while shows I've loved for years like Supernatural languish for weeks going on months. He proves that it's possible to play a powerful, ancient baddie with an understated, quiet menace. I just wish he spent more time out of his clothes. I can't wait for his brothers to pop up, but for now I'll just go with this image.
I'm not surprised that Dave Salmoni prefers animals to humans in any way. But I think the definition of weird needs to be discussed - are we talking Teddy Bear, »
The ABC series, Suburgatory, is about to showcase a moment for TV history. There will be a Clueless reunion on the set. That means Alicia Silverstone and Jeremy Sisto will share the screen once again. That’s like awesome. As if!
Suburgatory began in September and has a somewhat similar theme to, say, Everwood. The series follows a single dad, acted by Law & Order‘s Sisto. He moves from New York City to the suburbs after discovering an unopened box of condoms in his 15 year-old daughter’s drawer. Once they arrive in their new neighborhood however, things aren’t so perfect.
According to the TV Line newsflash, Alicia Silverstone is en route to Sisto’s neck of the woods. She will be a guest star for a multi-episode arc and has a chance at being Sisto’s potential love interest. Totally! The two first shared the screen in the film, »
- Sasha Nova
Silverstone will appear in multiple episodes of the ABC sitcom as Eden, a potential love interest for Jeremy Sisto's character, George, according to TVLine. The two actors previously co-starred in "Clueless," the 1995 cult classic about a very rich and popular fashion-obsessed high school girl (Silverstone) and her friends. Sisto played Elton, the A-list asshole who had a crush on her.
Silverstone is one of the most recent headline-grabbing casting announcements to hit "Suburgatory." In November, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino of "Jersey Shore" fame signed on to do a guest spot on the freshman ABC comedy.
- Chris Harnick
Alicia Silverstone has signed up for a recurring role on Suburgatory. The actress will reunite with her Clueless co-star Jeremy Sisto on the ABC sitcom, according to TVLine. Silverstone will appear in a multi-episode arc as Eden, a potential love interest for single father George (Sisto). The character's arrival will lead to a disagreement between George and his new friend Noah (Alan Tudyk). Silverstone is best known for her film roles, including appearances in 1997's Batman & Robin and the same year's Excess (more) »
- By Morgan Jeffery
Let us pause and reflect on just what The Notebook would look like as a Broadway musical. Because they're working on that.
The six WalMart heirs now have more wealth than the bottom 30% of the population in the United States.
In San Francisco, the police department has requested advance notice of any decisions on Prop 8 so that they can prepare for protests. Is that even legal?
Perhaps they just want time to deploy this new riot shield that pumps out a wall of low frequency sound waves until you stop breathing enough to pass out.
Alicia Silverstone is reuniting with her "Clueless" co-star Jeremy Sisto for a multi-episode arc on his hit ABC comedy "Suburgatory", according to reports. The actress will play a potential love interest for Sisto's character, single father George Altman. According to TVLine, which broke the story, Silverstone will play a woman named "Eden" whose "unusual line of work" causes friction between George and his best friend Noah, played by Alan Tudyk. Silverstone last appeared in a major TV role in the short-lived NBC series "Miss Match", which enjoyed an 8-episode run in 2003 before being cancelled due to low ratings. She'll next »
- HitFix Staff
Look who’s rolling with her homie once again on Suburgatory. An ABC spokesperson confirms that Alicia Silverstone will be guest starring on the new comedy starring her Clueless castmate, Jeremy Sisto, in a recurring role in the new year, as first reported by TVLine. Photos: Fall TV 2011's 10 Fresh Faces To Know And this time around, Silverstone’s character may not be playing so hard to get. She’ll play a potential love interest for Sisto’s love-challenged single dad, George. But, she’ll have a job that creates some friction between George and college pal, Noah (Alan Tudyk). Alicia Silverstone, an
- Jethro Nededog
Cher Horowitz in the 'burbs?
According to TVLine, Silverstone plays Eden, a potential love interest for Sisto's George. Apparently, Eden's "unusual" line of work even comes between George and Noah -- and it's got to be some pretty powerful stuff to break up that bromance.
No word yet on whether Eden and George actually hook up -- after all, you've seen how picky she is about her shoes and they only go on her feet -- but we've got our fingers crossed that they'll do a little rollin' with the homies for old times' sake. »
It only took 17 years, but it looks like Elton finally snagged Cher!
Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that Silverstone is joining ABC’s rookie comedy for a multi-episode arc as a potential love interest for Sisto’s single dad character, George.
ABC declined to comment, but an insider added that when Silverstone’s alter ego, Eden, arrives in Chatswin her unusual line of work causes a rift between »
- Michael Ausiello
Sterling Archer, the world's most dangerous spy, and his snarky Isis cohorts are back for another outrageously raunchy season when Archer: The Complete Second Season comes to Blu-ray and DVD on December 27th from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Loaded with three exclusive top-secret animated shorts, Archer: The Complete Second Season features all 13 episodes plus hilarious never-before-seen extras!
When he's not busy foiling eco-terrorist threats, tracking down mysterious killers, or having sex in x-ray machines, the suave master-spy has his hands full with bikini-clad ninjas, Swiss nymphomaniacs, and paternity suits. Archer searches for the true identity of his father, battles breast cancer, and brings a sexy, ex-kgb agent home to meet his domineering mother. It's all in a day's work for the international man of mystery in this uproariously edgy animated farce.
Suburgatory 1.09 "The Nutcracker" Review
Suburgatory's extensive supporting cast has been both a blessing and a curse for the young show. While having a roster of capable, interesting talent makes for innumerable options for interesting stories, it can be hard to find a place for everybody on a week-to-week basis without stretching credibility. Granted, a show like Suburgatory has been camping out on the thin line between satire and cartoon for most of its run anyway, but there are only so many ways even it could realistically bring large portions of its cast together.
One fairly reliable way for a sitcom to bring everybody together in a low amount of locations is the holiday episode, of which Suburgatory has had three thus far. Following pretty good Halloween and great Thanksgiving episodes, "The Nutcracker" was more of a mixed affair, telling a bit of a worn out story while opening up »
- Shilo Adams
One of Pine Valley’s finest is coming to Wisteria Lane.
“[Marcia Cross and I] have a couple of fun scenes,” he tells ABC Soaps In Depth. “I really loved working with her.”
Mathison’s episode is slated to air in late January.
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• The Save Community movement just kicked things into high gear, thanks to a little »
- Megan Masters
Robin Givens has signed up for a guest role in Suburgatory. The actress will play a rival of Dallas (Cheryl Hines) when she appears in the ABC comedy, Entertainment Weekly reports. Givens's character Tulsa, who is described as a "wolf in zebra print clothing", has known Dallas since their sorority days, but has always attempted to hurt her in any way possible. Givens is expected (more) »
- By Catriona Wightman
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