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Topic - Eric Mccormack
The Lifetime television network's attempt to air a movie this weekend on a man who killed his father and maimed his mother with an ax depends on a ruling from a New York state court.
Broadway theaters will dim their marquee lights on Friday night in memory of Gore Vidal and the cast of his play "The Best Man" will dedicate the next week of performances to the late author and playwright.
Broadway theaters will dim their marquee lights on Friday night in memory of Gore Vidal and the cast of his play "The Best Man" will dedicate the next week of performances to the author and playwright.
Eric McCormack is bracing himself.
Cybill Shepherd, John Stamos, Kristin Davis and Elizabeth Ashley are set to get political _ they're joining the cast of "Gore Vidal's The Best Man."
"We never wanted to be a show that said, 'Oh, and we're making a difference,' " he insisted.
As for the premise, whatever it is or might have been - cops or doctors or six friends sitting around an apartment being funny - "there's always going to be comparisons," Mr. McCormack said.