Updates: Lie to Me stills, SVU synopsis

Some promotional pictures from Lie to Me 2×03 just showed up at Daemon’s TV:

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Garret Dillahunt,Monica Raymund,Lie to Me

Garret Dillahunt,Lie to Me

Garret Dillahunt,Tim Roth,Lie to Me

Garret Dillahunt,Monica Raymund,Lie to Me

SpoilerTV has a new season two clip:

And here is a new synopsis for SVU 11×05, “Hardwired:”

Law & Order SVU “Hardwired” Air Date 10/21/2009 (9 PM ET/ 8C Wednesday)

After Eva Banks (guest star Rosie Perez) makes a shocking discovery about her son, Cory’s (guest star Cruz Santiago) behavior at school, she takes him to the doctor, only to find out that he has been the victim of sexual abuse. Detectives Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Elliot Stabler (Chris Meloni) come onto the scene and question the victim and his family. From the boy’s frightened reaction when his stepfather, Thomas Banks (guest star Jim True-Frost), silences the investigation, it is clear to everyone in the room who the real perpetrator is. Detective Benson and Stabler are about to arrest the suspect when Thomas agrees to give up the leader of the largest pro child-adult relationship civil rights group in exchange for amnesty. [AllThingsLawandOrder]

For a short clip with Mariska Hargitay and Rosie Perez, go here:

Updates: CSI, Lie to Me, Terminator

Some quick updates.

Screencaps & clips from yesterday’s CSI episode are up. Click on the picture below to see them.

Lie to Me episodes 2×02 and 2×03 got switched. (Maureen Ryan has a new interview with Shawn Ryan and Tim Roth and mentions that Garret will appear in episode 3. More at Chicago Tribune.) Unless something changes again, the new air date for the episode is October 12.

And if you don’t have the new Terminator DVD yet, you can check out some of the behind-the-scenes featurettes on YouTube.

Paul Guilfoyle and Garret Dillahunt in CSI 10x01, "Family Affair"

New TV alert – Burn Notice 3×16 The Devil You Know

UPDATE: IMDb has the right character, but the wrong episode. Garret will appear in the season three finale, “The Devil You Know,” not in “Dressed to Kill.”


Some confusing news:

A new TV credit has appeared on the IMDb for an upcoming episode of Burn Notice, “Dressed to Kill,” which is either episode 3×13 or 3×14 (sources disagree). SpoilerTV has set pics dated August 21, which corresponds with the filming of the season three finale, “Devil You Know,” which is ep 3×16.

The casting call for “Dressed to Kill” doesn’t mention a Simon (Garret’s character, as listed on IMDb), but there is a character with that name mentioned in the casting call for a different character in ep 3×16:

[MANAGEMENT] Male, Caucasian, 45-60 years old, POWERFUL, DANGEROUS AND INTIMIDATING, he works for the person who rigged Michael’s file and burned him years ago. He’s taken aback by Michael’s assertion that Simon (the man who really committed the crimes in Michael’s file) has escaped and is after him and his boss. They agree to Michael’s plan, but threaten to end him if anything goes awry…GUEST STAR. PLEASE SUBMIT ACTORS WITH STRONG CREDITS ONLY.

Here is the plotline:

Michael is forced to team up with the psychotic criminal who actually committed the crimes that Management used to burn Michael.

So either the IMDb has the wrong episode or it’s a recurring role. More likely, IMDb messed up and Garret shows up only in 3×16.

Here are the set pics, with John Mahoney and Jeffrey Donovan:

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Garret Dillahunt, Burn Notice,Jeffrey Donovan

Garret Dillahunt,Burn Notice,Jeffrey Donovan

For all the pics, go to SpoilerTV.

Burn Notice is currently on a break and will return in January 2010.

Things of Dry Hours production photos, new upcoming film

Garret Dillahunt,Roslyn Ruff,Things of Dry Hours,New York Theatre WorkshopThe first production photos from Things of Dry Hours are finally online on the New York Theatre Workshop Facebook page. Click on the one on the left to see the rest.

There is also a bunch of new material on the NYTW site: production history, downloadable audio recordings of the post-performance discussions on May 30 and June 2, with playwright Naomi Wallace and director Ruben Santiago-Hudson among others, cast & crew bios, and even a brief study guide outlining the untold history of communism in the U.S. with a supplementary reading list.

The cast & crew bios section has a new upcoming film listed for Garret, called Oliver Sherman. The film isn’t listed yet on any of the major sites (IMDb, Variety, etc.) and it doesn’t show up on Google, so hopefully that will change one of these weeks/months. In the meantime, it’s getting its own news category – mystery projects.

Things of Dry Hours is currently in previews. You can get the full schedule and the tickets on the NYTW site. If you follow NYTW on Twitter, you can also snag free tickets that they are handing out every Thursday.

Garret Dillahunt,Delroy Lindo,Things of Dry Hours