Jennifer Aniston has been confirmed to take a visit to Cougar Town in the show’s second season.

The actress will reunite with fellow Friends star Courtney Cox on the comedy series, with a guest role planned for at least one episode.

Aniston will play Jules’ (Cox) psychiatrist Bonnie on the show, a similar guest role to which Friends actress Lisa Kudrow took on in season one, where she played a Jules’ dermatologist.

“[She’s] kind of a get-too-involved-in-her-life-type of therapist,” said series creator Bill Lawrence. “Those guys are so close in real life they kind of do that for each other anyway. Bonnie has the life Jules wishes she has.”

Aniston has signed on for one episode, but Lawrence says the role could be expanded.

“We’re very intentionally implying that it’s a therapist Courteney has been using for a while, and we’re certainly not going to make it like they’ll never see each other again,” he said. “So I’m crossing my fingers that if she has a good time it’ll happen again.”

This will mark the first time the pair have worked together since Cox’s last TV project Dirt.

Source: TV Squad

Homer Simpson has been crowned the greatest character created for film and television in the past 20 years.

The cartoon character has edged Harry Potter to win the title in a survey in industry magazine Entertainment Weekly.

Following the pair were Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Heath Ledger’s Joker from the Batman film, Tony Soprano and Jennifer Aniston’s Rachel from Friends.

The Simpsons’ creator Matt Groening said the character of Homer was easily relatable to its viewers.

“People can relate to Homer because we’re all secretly propelled by desires we can’t admit to,” he said.

“Homer is launching himself head-first into every single impulsive thought that occurs to him.

“His love of whatever has caught his eye is a joy to witness.”

Other characters to place in the EW poll were The X Files Moulder and Scully, South Park’s Cartman, The Office’s David Brent and Mike Myers Austin Powers.

Source: Herald Sun


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