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Sean Hayes' return to TV just took another big step forward. The project is near a deal to sign Rescue Me co-creator Peter
The Bunker family were the epitome of a working class family in a time marked by a failing economy, an unpopular war and a government that simply couldn't get anything right. (Who says this show is outdated?)
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Fox will appear in four episodes of "Rescue Me" this spring as a wheelchair bound character, "The funny part is me playing