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Sunday, April 17, 2011

TV Guest Stars For Week Ending 04/16/2011

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

  House - "The Dig"

Damon Lindelof guest starred as the guy that 'Thirteen' kicked in the groin. You may not recognize him as an actor, but he was the co-creator, executive producer, and writer for LOST.

  • If you want to see me in pain, watch HOUSE tonight. (and yes, I realize I'm setting myself up. Have at it.)less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply

  • After west coast airing, I shall reveal what Thirteen whispered to me FOR REAL. And there were SEVEN TAKES.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply

  • After slamming her knee into my groin, Thirteen gently whispered, "From Westeros. With Love."less than a minute ago via Twitterrific Favorite Retweet Reply

Did @OliviaWilde just kick @DamonLindelof in the nuts?  #House on Twitpic

  Castle - "The Dead Pool"

Brendan Hines guest starred as 'Alex Conrad,' Castle's writing protégé. Recently, he's been playing the role of 'Eli Loker' on Lie To Me, but before that he played the role of 'Andy Goode' on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

Brendan Hines

Justin Bruening guest starred as 'Rob Tredwyck,' friend of the murder victim. Previously, he played the role of 'Mike Traceur' on NBC's short-lived Knight Rider series.

Justin Bruening

  Criminal Minds - "The Stranger"

Yuri Lowenthal guest starred as 'Jake Ellison,' the father that was murdered at the same time as the 5th babysitter. Yuri primarily does voice acting, and he's been performing the voice of 'Ben Tennyson' for the last two series, Ben 10: Alien Force and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien.

Remember, if you're watching Criminal Minds tonight keep your eyes peeled for me about two thirds of the way through. #boomless than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone Favorite Retweet Reply

Yuri Lowenthal with his wife, Tara Platt

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