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Major Crimes Books TV Vets Doris Roberts, Tim Conway, Marion Ross, Ron Glass and Others
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Major Crimes Books TV Vets Doris Roberts, Tim Conway, Marion Ross, Ron Glass and Others

Jun 27 2013, 9:17pm CDT | by

Several TV legends are going to help solve a Major Crimes case. Five-time Emmy winner Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond), Marion Ross (Happy Days), Tim Conway (The Carol Burnett Show), Ron...

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Major Crimes Books TV Vets Doris Roberts, Tim Conway, Marion Ross, Ron Glass and Others

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Several TV legends are going to help solve a Major Crimes case.

Five-time Emmy winner Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond), Marion Ross (Happy Days), Tim Conway (The Carol Burnett Show), Ron Glass (Barney Miller) and Paul Dooley (Curb Your Enthusiasm) will guest-star on an upcoming Season 2 episode of the TNT series.

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Per EW.com, the quintet will play a group of outspoken residents at an apartment complex, all of whom worked together on a 1970s crime drama called Prognosis: Homicide. When one of their unpopular neighbors turns up dead, they help Raydor, Provenza et al with the investigation.

The August episode will also feature ER vet Paul McCrane as a one-armed an agent from the ICE Inspector General’s office.

Ross’ recent credits include a June episode of Anger Management and The Middle. Raymond alumna Roberts also appeared on The Middle, as well as Desperate Housewives, Hot in Cleveland and Grey’s Anatomy.

Conway was last seen on TV on Mike & Molly, while Dooley (aka Angela Chase’s grandfather!) was most recently on Criminal Minds. Glass, who played Firefly‘s Shepherd Book, counts CSI: NY and Dirty Sexy Money among his credits.


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Where Is The Cast Of 'Happy Days' Now?

Jul 21 2014 1:10pm CDT | Source: Huffington Post

Whether it was Sunday, Monday, or another day of the week, "Happy Days" had fans falling in love with a middle class American family living in the 1950s. From comebacks to catchphrases and catchy opening jingles, the show had everything, which is why -- two decades after the final episode aired -- we're still talking about it. A lot can happen in 20 years, and since the anniversary of the series' finale is coming up soon, we thought we' ...
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