An upcoming episode of the revamped CBS sitcom features Jon Cryer’s Alan channeling his late brother and ending up in a mental institution because of it. And who better to be his psych ward roommate than the always off-kilter Gary Busey?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Celebrity Apprentice alum will play a fictionalized version of himself in the installment, which is slated to air Monday, Nov. 14. And if you’re curious to see what Alan–as–Charlie looks like, TVGuide.com has a preview here.
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• HBO’s Treme may come to a close after its fourth season. In an interview with the New Orleans Times-Picayune, David Simon says that he and his fellow producers have plotted out stories through a fourth year (Season 3 just went into production) and pitched a proposed end date to the network. That said, Simon clarified to HitFix.com, “HBO has made no decision [on even ordering a Season 4] and I don’t expect a decision until we meet with them.”
• Modern Family‘s Eric Stonestreet appears on FX’s American Horror Story this Wednesday, and E! Online has your first look here at the typically funny man acting super creepy opposite Dylan McDermott’s Ben Harmon.
• Gregory Harrison (One Tree Hill, Trapper John, M.D.) has landed a recurring gig on The CW’s Ringer, playing the MIA Gemma’s father, TVGuide.com reports. He’ll first appear in Episode 13.
• FlashForward alum Barry Shabaka Henley has joined Season 2 of USA Network’s Fairly Legal, per TVGuide.com, playing a seasoned agent “who isn’t afraid to play rough.”
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