Brian Van Holt Talks About the Flashback Episode
For four seasons, COUGAR TOWN viewers have witnessed the epic bromance between Andy and Bobby, and in tonight’s brand new episode, “Flirting with Time,” we’ll get to see their first meeting…ever.
“There’s a flashback and his character literally falls into my arms and it’s love at first sight,” Brian Van Holt (Bobby) told me about his character’s “meet-cute” with his (platonic) soul mate, Andy.
But they aren’t the only characters getting the flashback treatment — fans will get to see how all of the characters met for the first time, and some of them were drastically different back in the day.
“I love Courteney [Cox (Jules)]‘s character,” Van Holt said. “I wish [Jules of the present day] was more like her character back in the flashback. Those characters are so much fun to play. That’s why I love to play Bobby — you get to play a complete idiot and get paid for it. The flashback is great. I loved getting to wear my mullet and be over the top. It’s fun to be over the top.”
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TBS Renews Cougar Town for Season 5
We’ll drink to this: TBS has renewed Cougar Town for a fifth season, the network announced on Monday.
Season 5, comprised of 13 episodes, will premiere in 2014.
“Cougar Town has been everything we hoped it would be: a smart, big-hearted, laugh-out-loud comedy that shines a bright light on the TBS brand,” TBS/TNT president Michael Wright said in touting the pick-up. “This season, the brilliant cast and immensely creative production team on Cougar Town have crafted their best episodes yet, and we couldn’t be happier inviting them back for more.”
To date on TBS, Cougar Town has averaged 2.8 million weekly viewers (per Live+7 DVR data), with 1.7 mil landing in the 18-49 sweet spot, making it the cabler’s top original primetime series ever in both measures.
Season 4 of the Cul de Sac comedy is airing Tuesdays at 10/9c, with the finale set for April 9.