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Topic - Michael Chiklis
Dominant CBS shuffled its schedule for the fall on Wednesday, giving Ashton Kutcher and Simon Baker new nights and adding four new series.
Michael Chiklis acknowledges his TV show "No Ordinary Family" has been too "slow" for his liking and promises more excitement is coming.
"I feel very uncertain, not terribly well-balanced," he said with a wan smile, "and having done this for a living for this long, that's a fairly normal state.
Chiklis said viewers will soon find out that the show villain, Dr. King, "is not the top man at all."