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Tony Hale Gets Work

arrested-buster.jpgIt looks like Buster is finally moving out of his mother's house. In a move which drives yet another nail into the "Arrested Development" coffin, The Futon Critic says that Tony Hale has signed to star in the new Andy Richter sitcom, "Andy Barker, P.I."

The show revolves around an account (Richter) that moves into a private investigator's old office. When he can't stir up any new clients, he starts answering the calls of people looking for the previous tenant. Hale will play one of his neighboring merchants.

Other cast members include Harve Presnell ("Mr. Deeds"), Amy Farrington ("The New Adventures of Old Christine"), Marshall Manesh ("Will & Grace") and Ion Overman ("Love, Inc.").

Richter's old cohort, Conan O'Brien, also has his hand in the writing and will also serve as an executive producer. Six episodes have been ordered for "Andy Barker, P.I.," which is assumed to be a midseason replacement. No word on when it will premiere. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on May 15, 2006 11:13 AM
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NBC finally posted an air date for Tony's new show, "Andy Barker, P.I.", also starring Andy Richter. The show is apparently replacing "30 Rock" for a couple of weeks. The NBC website says "Andy Barker, P.I." is set to air on Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 9:30pm. I've seen some outtakes and clips on the net, as well, and the show looks really funny!

-- Posted by: Anonymous at January 29, 2007 7:53 PM

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