Possible appearance: Life season two finale, April 8 on NBC

Just a quick appearance alert (unconfirmed):

Roman Nevikov,NBC,Life,Garret DillahuntSomeone recently updated Garret’s IMDb page to add an uncredited third appearance in episode #22 of Life.

If you were planning on tuning in: there is no episode #22.

NBC cut the order to 21 episodes earlier this year, so the season ends on Wednesday, April 8, with episode #21, “One.”

Here is the synopsis:

In the season two finale episode Crews (Damian Lewis) must locate his partner Reese (Sarah Shahi) who has gone missing while on loan to the F.B.I. Her disappearance is directly tied to Crews and he will do whatever it takes to get her back. In the events that transpire, shocking details about the conspiracy against Crews will be revealed. Gabrielle Reese, Donal Logue, Brent Sexton and Adam Arkin also star.

I haven’t been able to find any info on guest appearances for the episode, but the casting call at SpoilerTV mentions a Russian mob boss and, as far as I can remember, there has only been one important one on the show so far.

NBC’s site isn’t particularly helpful, but we’ll probably know more after tomorrow’s episode, when the teaser shows up. If you wanna refresh your memory, here  are two old clips from the show’s highlights section at (I have no idea what is in the second one since it’s only available in the U.S. so if it doesn’t belong here, please let me know):



While I’m at it, here is the preview for tomorrow’s episode (2×20, “Initiative 38”), which airs at 9PM/8PMc on NBC:

The TV Addict interviews Garret

The TV Addict posted a new interview with Garret. It contains a few spoilers about what’s ahead on The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Here are a few quotes:

Can we just talk about Cromartie’s death scene for a moment. How much fun was it to shoot knowing that… you’d be back.
Garret Dillahunt: It was fun. I kind of wished we had time for effects to go even further, you know, pound me into mush. But the shotgun was pretty potent. You should have been in that room. She [Summer Glau] just shot it and the air in the room would ruffle your clothes from the gun. I thought it looked really cool and the green screen stuff they did with my face was perfect.

Is it an entirely different show for you now that you’re playing John Henry? Are you enjoying yourself?
It’s fun to have real conversations. John Henry doesn’t have an agenda, other than curiosity at this point. He’s just trying to absorb as much information as he can. I get to be sort of infantile, childlike and genuine. But I know in upcoming episodes I’m going to be out of the room, loose in the world, and somewhat of a super-powered baby.

That was my next question, how does that work?
Well, I’m still the Cromartie body. Still capable of all the same things that Cromartie was capable of doing, just with a bigger brain. I don’t have a task yet so it’s kind of scary, sort of being a smarter Cromartie. Which I think is going to make him dangerous because he doesn’t even know his own powers yet. But I don’t really know what’s going to happen. I do know that I make a friend, a very dangerous friend… maybe it’s a girlfriend, wouldn’t that be great! [Laughs] And I do get into a fight. A big fight happens and it’s a real learning experience where I’ll experience fear and emotion for the first time.

So if one were to assume that John Henry is the birth of Skynet, would it be fair to assume that how humans treat you in the next half of a season might…
Determine my, our [Skynet’s] whole approach to humanity. Maybe.

Outside of TERMINATOR of course, what do you like to watch?
I like MMA stuff, I know that sounds really lame but I like mixed martial arts. In terms of scripted TV I still watch some ER because I have a buddy who runs the show and just directed his first episode, I like LOST, I watch a lot of TV.

Fans loved you on LIFE.
I like LIFE, and I think it’s getting better and better. I have a lot of fun with that Russian guy. For some reason having an accent gives you a license to do whatever you want. [The TV Addict]