We are only two episodes away from the season 5 finale of Childrens Hospital, which means… that there are only three episodes left in the season! Wait a sec, that wasn’t the cool news we were supposed to tell you… Oh, right! It’s time for Jon Hamm’s annual visit! In tonight’s episode (Adult Swim, midnight), the Mad Men star (briefly) reprises his role as Derrick — the illegitimate son of hospital founder Arthur Childrens — who is undercover in drag as the beautiful Dr. Valerie Flame (Malin Akerman). READ FULL STORY
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The fourth season of Adult Swim’s Childrens Hospital wraps up Thursday night at the stroke of midnight, and it’s going out with a bang. Or a stabbing. Or a hanging. Or some mode of death. You get the point: In the episode, ominously titled “Eulogy,” one “cast member” will DIE! Could it be Rob Corddry’s Cutter Spindell, a.k.a. Blake Downs? Could it be Ken Marino’s Just Falcon, a.k.a. Glenn Richie? Could it be Malin Akerman’s Ingrid Hagerstown, a.k.a. Valerie Flame? Or could it be……….. YOU? (No, it couldn’t. You’re not even on the show. Come on, learn how to wildly speculate.) READ FULL STORY
Fresh off an Emmy win, Adult Swim’s Childrens Hospital is currently winding down its fourth season of hyper-tangential spoofery. Tomorrow, creator/star Rob Corddry, executive producer Jonathan Stern, and director David Wain will take the stage at New York Comic-Con as part of a special double panel with Hospital‘s satire-sibling NTSF, but EW is excited to share an exclusive clip from an upcoming episode with you, which involves the phrase “ghost hunting” and a dark secret from Dr. Maestro’s past. Watch below! READ FULL STORY
In the Oct. 23 episode of Fox’s freshman comedy, the Children’s Hospital star — and recent Emmy winner! — guest stars as Buddy, the owner of the bar where BJ (Lucy Punch) works. And if this exclusive shot from the episode tells us anything, it’s that there’s more than workplace matters being discussed here.
“He’s basically Lucy Punch’s male counterpart,” says Corddry. “They are so similar that it makes Lucy’s character act differently.” READ FULL STORY
Party time! The cast of Party Down makes a special appearance on tonight’s Childrens Hospital (Adult Swim, 12 a.m. ET). Lizzy Caplan, Martin Starr, and Ryan Hansen — along with Ken Marino and Megan Mullally, who already star in Hospital, show up to cater Dr. Glenn Richie’s (Marino) later-in-life Bar Mitzvah.
“I couldn’t believe all the Party Down actors showed up!” Marino marvels to EW over the phone. “I love the guy who plays Ron. He came in. He was kind of a d—, actually, in real life.” READ FULL STORY
Childrens Hospital, the medical drama parody created by Rob Corddry, returns for a third season tonight at midnight ET on Adult Swim. For the uninitiated, Childrens Hospital is actually the name of the show within the show, a series that stars Ingrid Hagerstown as Dr. Valerie Flame (Malin Akerman), Dixie Peters as Dr. Cat Black (Lake Bell), Lynn Williams as Dr. Lola Spratt (Erinn Hayes), Just Falcon as Dr. Glenn Richie (Ken Marino), Rob Huebel as Dr. Owen Maestro (Rob Huebel), Lady Jane Bentick-Smith as Chief (Megan Mullally); Fred Nunley as hospital administrator Sy Mittleman (Henry Winkler), and Cutter Spindell as Dr. Blake Downs (Corddry), a member of the Clown race who believes in the healing power of laughter. What does season 3 have in store for us — other than another Jon Hamm cameo in the premiere as Derrick Childrens, the man Dr. Valerie Flame was revealed to be in a Tootsie homage in the season 2 finale? Corddry offers five teases. READ FULL STORY
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