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When you tune into this week’s episode of Chicago Med, there will be a little love and respect shown toward John Ritter. The actor, of course, is known for his role of Jack Tripper on Three’s Company. Sadly, he died of an aortic dissection. It’s also something to remember that Steven Weber, who plays Dr. Dean Archer on the show, was a friend of Ritter’s. It’s the new episode’s script that highlights the aortic dissection diagnosis. One of Archer’s patients needs open-heart surgery following the diagnosis. After Ritter’s death, his widow Amy Yasbeck founded the John Ritter Foundation for Aortic Health. Seeing this week’s script and plot was something that Weber would call “almost like a gift.”
Old school fans of Bruce Willis will remember him playing David Addison in the ABC show Moonlighting opposite Cybill Shepherd. She would play Maddie Hayes in the hour-long comedy-drama show. Well, in the world of streaming programs, some people might have been wondering if this show would ever make it back on TV.
Finally, the long wait for Blue Bloods fans is about over as Season 13 kicks off on Friday night and we’re getting a quick tease about it. In the photo shared from the show’s Instagram account, we see Bridget Moynahan. She, of course, plays Erin Reagan on there and her storyline looks like it’ll be on fire. Erin is going to be running to take over as Manhattan District Attorney. Election season is about here and she’s gearing up for it. It’s no secret that Erin has not been a fan of the current DA. She works quite hard and diligently in her current role as Assistant District Attorney. But even she’s fed up with her situation.
What does this Law & Order Thursday have in store for fans tonight? How about a mass shooting, a pop star in a bad relationship and a crying baby in a car jacking. First, let’s take a glimpse at the highlights that the Law & Order social media account shared this past week. The video covers the OG show, plus SVU and Organized Crime.
Reposting from Outsider, the Yellowstone fan favorite and real-life cowboy is heading into Season 5 with his character’s best quote. We’re big Forrie J. Smith fans here at Outsider, so it’s great to see the feeling’s mutual. The boots behind Lloyd shared a classic post to his own official Instagram today sporting a quote that fans will immediately recognize. It’s not only Lloyd’s best line of the series but one of the best from the entire show, period:
Law & Order: SVU gave us their version of the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard trial Thursday night. But in this alternate reality, the warring couple were pop singers and Amanda Rollins got caught up in some of the fans’ intense anger. Let’s get to the recap of “Mirror Effect.” First,...
Since filming the final episode of Sons of Anarchy and leaving Jax Teller behind, Charlie Hunnam has stayed busy with a steady stream of movie roles. This year alone, he earned starring roles in not one but two projects, the Zack Snyder film Rebel Moon and the gripping TV series Shantaram.
Fans love to watch Jeopardy! and they really dig Ken Jennings as the host but what in the world would he change about it these days? Turning back, the hands of time will not bring back longtime host, the late and great Alex Trebek. Yet there can be things he probably does miss about the original show. Recently, he dropped some hints about what he’d like to have come back and about what he’s missing, too.
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Chicago PD fans knew the exit was coming. Still, seeing Jay Halstead walk away from the 21st Wednesday night was akin to a gut shot. Jesse Lee Soffer, who portrayed Halstead since Chicago PD premiered in January, 2014, shared a message for his fans a few moments after the show aired. The Halstead-centric episode was “A Good Watch.”