Jake Gyllenhaal earns his gay iconhood.
Scott Baio is 47 . . . and Doesn't Exist Off-Camera.
Marlo is free to be. . . in touch with the Greek.
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The show returns with the first of its three remaining new episodes tomorrow by exploring Ken Olin's character. Olin (left), one of the show's executive producers, plays a man from Holly's past. Holly, of course, is played by Olin's real-life wife and former "thirtysomething" costar Patricia Wettig, in case it's not all closely knit enough for you. Will Olin turn out to be Rebecca's father? Will that resolve all those creepy incest vibes she has with "half-brother" Justin?
Do let's go to the dogs tomorrow night.
Just one word: Plastics.
This romantic comedy doesn't get much beyond formula, but it was the breakout movie for Sandra Bullock. The woman who stole "Speed" and "Demolition Man" is adorable as a ticket taker on the Chicago El who thinks she's in love with a man in a coma (Peter Gallagher), only to find she really loves his brother - an equally agreeable turn from Bill Pullman - but can't do anything about it. (PG; runs through Jan. 31)