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Saturday, November 14, 2009

TV Guest Stars For Week Ending 11/14/2009

Note: To help refresh your memory, wiki links are provided for characters when available.

Bored To Death - "Take A Dive"

Michael Chernus guest starred as 'Francis Hamm,' the guy paired up to fight 'Ray.' If you watch Mercy, then you may recognize him as 'Ryan Flanagan,' Veronica's brother that works at the fire station.

Michael Chernus [click to enlarge]

Californication - "So Here's The Thing..."

Ken Marino guest starred as 'David,' the guy that 'Felicia Koons' was going to sleep with until 'Hank' decided to do the deed. If you watched Reaper, you may recognize Ken since he played the role of 'Tony.'

Ken Marino [click to enlarge]

Mercy - "Destiny, Meet My Daughter, Veronica"

Erika Christensen guest starred as 'Dana Harper McPherson,' the spousal abuse victim who went to high school with 'Nurse Sonia.' If you watch Lie To Me, then you may remember that Erika starred in this season's premiere episode as 'Sophie/Trisha/Jessie/RJ,' the girl with multiple personalities. She also helps out with voices on Robot Chicken.

Erika Christensen [click to enlarge]

Fringe - "Of Human Action"

Andrew Airlie guest starred as 'Dr. James Carson,' employee of Massive Dynamic and father of 'Tyler,' the boy who kidnapped himself. Reaper fans will recognize him as 'Mr. Oliver,' Sam's dad.

Andrew Airlie

Smallville - "Idol"

Allison Scagliotti guest starred as 'Jayna,' one-half of the "Wonder Twins." (Anyone catch the reference to the "Hall of Justice" and the picture of Gleek on the cell phone that completed this Super Friends-ish episode?) Warehouse 13 fans will recognize her as 'Claudia Donovan.' She also recently guest starred on the FOX series Mental as 'Heather Masters,' the boy raised as a girl.

Allison Scagliotti as 'Jayna' with David Gallagher on SMALLVILLE [click to to see more] Allison Scagliotti as 'Claudia' on WAREHOUSE 13 [click to enlarge]

Dylan Neal guest starred as 'District Attorney Raymond Sacks.' Dawson's Creek fans might recognize him since he used to play the role of 'Doug Witter,' Pacey's older brother.

Dylan Neal [click to enlarge]