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However, his fate changed in the final moments of Wednesday's episode when Rixton revealed that Ruzek's father had done him a favor on the force way back when and Rixton repaid it by leaving Intelligence so that Ruzek could tag back in.It was just the latest game of musical chairs up at District 21, after the departure of Roman (Brian Geraghty) in the season-three finale, Mouse's (Samuel Hunt) departure, Antonio's (Jon Seda) decision to move to the State's Attorney office and Burgess' (Marina Squerciati) promotion to Intelligence — the latter which was sent Ruzek running to a mysterious undercover assignment in the first place.And there’s a lot to cover (as formal Hamptons events and new characters are apt to amp up the drama to the umpteenth degree) let’s hop right to it, hmm? Margaux’s father, Pascal Le Marchal, arrives on the scene and, um, he’s...pretty sexy. And aside from trying to force Conrad out of Voulez, as Margaux has...Read Full Story(ABC)Welcome back to the TV Boyfriend Smackdown!The shot above is from his '07 film The Tattooist (those are not real tats). I wish to see more shirtless photos of him in the future.Katherine Heigl as Isabel Evans Isabel, princess of Antar, had a dark secret that only she knew. Nick Wechsler will be swapping Chicago for the Big Apple next season.
Jason Behr has had steady work since Roswell, but not too much.
Our kids are around the same age, and of course, I was like, social media is asking me to take a photo of the two of us right now so I handed [husband] Jon [Shook] the [phone] and he took a picture of us."Appleby and Behr spent three seasons playing Liz and Max, a human girl and alien boy in an (sometimes) unrequited romance, and the couple quickly developed a loyal and passionate fanbase (see: the Internet's meltdown over the recent photo). "We just had a really strong connection, there was a ton of chemistry! News chatted with Appleby and Behr's co-stars Brendan Fehr and Nick Wechsler at the ATX TV Festival in 2014, where they both said they didn't think an on-screen revival or reunion was in the cards for the beloved WB and UPN show, which ended in 2002. I don't see it," Wechsler told us on a potential revival, while Fehr said, "I will say no to any kind of movie or anything like that, only because I don't have the imagination to see where that character is." But Fehr did acknowledge that he and the rest of the team felt they were canceled too soon.
Lindsay’s away this week (spring break, spring break forevaaaa..kidding) so this recap is a solo venture.
He will portray Detective Cole when the series returns for Season 3 at some point next year.
The 38-year-old recently wrapped a six-episode stint on fellow NBC drama, Chicago PD. Wechsler's biggest role, of course, was on ABC's Revenge.