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Heather Locklear ‘Scrubs’ in for Guest Spot
When he was an executive producer of “Spin City,” Bill Lawrence hired Heather Locklear to be part of the cast. He left the show, however, before her first appearance.
The two will finally work together this fall, when Locklear does a three-episode guest stint on Lawrence’s current show, NBC’s “Scrubs.”
Lawrence casually announced Locklear’s involvement in the show during a session Wednesday (July 24) at the TV Critics Association press tour in Pasadena. Following the session, he elaborated on her role.
She’ll play a “slutty pharmaceutical rep” who gets under the skin of Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley), creating a sort of love triangle with Cox and his ex-wife, Jordan (Christa Miller, Lawrence’s real-life wife). Locklear’s episodes will air during November sweeps.
“She’ll be doing very edgy stuff that I don’t think she’s done before,” Lawrence says. “It should be fun.”
Although their paths never crossed on “Spin City,” Lawrence says he’s gotten to know Locklear in recent years and says “She’s a very sweet lady, and I thought it would be fun” to bring her on the show.
Lawrence also says that Miller may have a bigger role on “Scrubs” this season, as she’s leaving ABC’s “Drew Carey Show” after the first two episodes in the fall.