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#6.05 – “Even the Losers” – Jules sees that Travis is struggling financially, so she lends him money that he uses to start a new business. Ellie takes Andy on a revenge mission after he loses his mayorship. And Grayson fills in as a music teacher at Stan’s school.
#6.04 – “Waiting for Tonight” – Grayson makes a reservation at the hottest restaurant in town, and he and Jules are determined to make it despite constant obstacles. Andy rents a special costume for Stan’s birthday, but he has trouble getting it off. And Ellie starts ghost tweeting for Laurie, eventually getting lost in her new character.
Question: What’s the skinny on Cougar Town? —Rion
Ausiello: Busy Philipps’ Laurie will give birth early into Season 6, and — much as the pregnancy itself did — art will imitate life. “I have this reaction — on the show and in real life — where if I hold a newborn child, I start to cry and I can’t stop,” Philipps tells us. “[I felt like] it actually happened [again].”
Cougar Town returns Tuesday, January 6th at 10:30 pm!
Lock up the wine cabinet!
Cougar Town is welcoming a teen pop sensation when it returns for its sixth and final season: Cody Simpson!
E! News has exclusively learned that the Australian singer will be guest-starring on the TBS hit’s upcoming season, and he’s playing a mini-Beady Eyes—sort of!
In the episode, Simpson will play Pete, a high school student who bears a very strong resemblance to Grayson (Josh Hopkins) in both looks and behavior, in his acting debut. Tread carefully, Jules (Courteney Cox). Tread very carefully!
Simpson teased fans with his upcoming appearance, posting a dapper photo on Twitter with the caption, “Sparked a little acting flame.”
Aside from his career as a singer, Simpson, 17, competed on the last season of Dancing With the Stars, and recently graduated from high school at the top of his class.
For the final season, the cul-de-sac crew will be down a member as original cast memberBrian Van Holt (aka Bobby Cobb) will be leaving the series in the season six premiere, per TV Line.
Courteney Cox may be the executive co-producer of Celebrity Name Game, but don’t go thinking she’s any good at trivia — or that she’s going to throw down like her famous Friends character and do absolutely anything to win a game show, even her own.
“That’s more Monica,” she says in a new interview with ETonline. “I’m actually not that competitive.”
“You will see that in the [episodes] Courteney’s on, that’s for sure,” quips host Craig Ferguson, who wraps his nearly 10-year stint as host of CBS’s The Late Late Show in December.
“I really don’t ever go online, and I don’t know half the things that are going in the world — that is not good for pop-culture questions,” Cox reveals.
Cox says even her own 10-year-old daughter, Coco, could take her during a round of Name Game. “As long as [the trivia] was in the last 10 years. She won’t know much past that, but yeah, she’d probably win somebody twenty grand,” admits the 50-year-old actress.
Sorry, Scrubs fans: Ground Floor will not be reuniting Christa Miller and John C. McGinley.
As EW first reported, Miller was slated to play the wife of McGinley’s Mr. Mansfield, but she had to back out because of production demands on the final season of TBS’Cougar Town.
In her stead, Emily Rutherfurd (The New Adventures of Old Christine) will take on the role of the brassy and artistic Allie Mansfield, who is the only person able to control her husband.
Ground Floor is slated to return Dec. 9 on TBS.
Cougar Town is losing one of its longtime residents.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Brian Van Holt — who has played Bobby “Penny Can” Cobb since the show’s launch on ABC in 2009 — will depart at the start of the TBS comedy’s sixth and final season.
According to a C-Town insider, Van Holt — who recently wrapped production on the Syfy limited series Ascension — is leaving early to pursue other opportunities.
The Cul-de-Sac Crew is set to bid farewell to Van Holt’s Bobby in the Season 6 premiere, which is slated to air in early 2015.
In a competitive situation, CBS has made a pilot production commitment to a multi-camera comedy executive produced by Bill Lawrence. Written and executive produced by Jeff Astrof, the project revolves around two lifelong best friends who are poised to become successful restaurateurs — if they can keep from killing each other. In order to keep their business (and friendship) alive, the two decide to see a couples therapist, who will guide them through life, love and the fast-paced world of being big-city restaurant owners.