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WALTER SCOTT ASKS...
The Nebraska native, 56, who followed up her
Emmy-winning role as K.C. Koloski on China
Beach with a 15-year run as Catherine Willows on
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, now goes Under
the Dome on CBS Thursday, June 25.
You’re joining Under the Dome in its third season.
Who will you be playing? “I play an anthropologist who
becomes a leader. Everyone started turning on each
other at the end of last season because there’s a lot of
desperation since they’re running out of water, food and
electricity. I devise a plan to share the goods.”
You left CSI to have other adventures. Have you done
anything really cool? “I went to Peru to Machu Picchu
and the Sacred Valley. I’d never been to South America
before, and the Andes were just spectacular. Then I went
to Cuba before the sanctions were
lifted. That was fascinating and
the people were just amazing.”
You will be going back to CSI
for the series finale on Sept.
27. Are you looking forward
to it? “I’m excited to get back
in the ring with Billy Petersen [Gil Grissom]. We
had such a great
working relationship. I don’t know
any details because
it hasn’t been written yet, but I am
hoping this will be
a nice, proper sendoff—not only for the
show itself, but for
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—Kylie K., Jackson, Miss.
A: Ansari, 32, is working
on a new, untitled, underwraps come dy series for
Netflix and promoting his
new book, Modern
Press), a non-fiction
combo of social science and humor that
with sociologist Eric
The two collaborators
hundreds of people to investigate how
dating has changed over
the generations. One observation: “You learn more
from being with someone
for 10 minutes in person
than you do with weeks
of texting or messaging
online,” says Ansari
Q: When will Kacey
Musgraves have a new
CD? I’m ready!
A: Your wait is almost over.
26, will release her second
CD, Pageant Material, on
June 23. The title track
pokes fun “at myself for
not being up to pageant
standards,” says the native of Golden, Texas.
“Every year, my hometown
has a Golden Sweet Potato
Festival and they crown a
Little Miss Tater Tot. I only
got to compete once. I lost
miserably to a girl in a
Second (Generation) Acts
Bryce Dallas Howard, currently being chased by dinosaurs on
the big screen in Jurassic World, is only one of many stars who’ve
followed in their fathers’ footsteps. (Her dad is Oscar-winning
director Ron Howard.) In honor of Father’s Day, here are some
other second-generation show-biz kids
and their famous pops.
Angie Tribeca (TBS)
The Leftovers (HBO) Life in Pieces (CBS) Hawaii Five-0 (CBS)
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