Janeane Garofalo may be returning to TV soon. She's been cast in the pilot for Bravo's dramedy The Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show will star Lisa Edelstein as a Los Angeles "secretly hiding her separation from her husband" who "begins to side with and take advice more often from her divorced friends rather than her married ones, and it leads her to some unexpected life-changing experiences." Garofalo will play her friend Lyla, an entertainment lawyer who is described as "real shark." The show was created by Marti Noxon, known for her work on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Mad Men, and Glee.
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Michael Showalter was Watch What Happens Live! on Bravo last night, where he gave the impression that a Wet Hot American Summer sequel would really be happening. Just as we were all trying on our Camp Firewood uniforms to see if they still fit, though, Michael Ian Black tweeted, "I just found out there's going to be a "Wet Hot American Summer" sequel from @mshowalter on TV. Apparently, I'm not in it." Alas! There go our once-buoyant hopes, dashed against the merciless rocks of reality. Why can't they just make this movie already?
Here's a clip of Jim Carrey's appearance on Inside the Actor's Studio from last Friday night. In it, he describes how he used birds as inspiration for his Ace Ventura character, and how his method and Anthony Hopkins' method in creating Hannibal Lecter were surprisingly similar.