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Billy Crystal and Steve Carell to guest on season 3 of 'Web Therapy'

Billy Crystal and Steve Carell

The word is out, Lisa Kudrow’s series Web Therapy will make its season 3 return to Showtime on July 22nd, and she will have quite a few stars joining her. Season 3 will bring 10 new episodes of the improvised comedy starring Kudrow as a self-centered therapist who counsels her patients over brief and often unhelpful video chats. Joining Kudrow this season will be funny-men Billy Crystal and Steve Carell (among others).

In season 3 Fiona Wallice (Kudrow) will be dealing with the aftermath of her husband Kip’s (Victor Garber) scandalous decision to run off with his male campaign manager (Michael McDonald) and she will be under pressure as the campaign is investigated for finance misconduct. Fiona’s mother, Putsy (Lily Tomlin) steals her assistant Jerome (Dan Bucantinsky) and starts her own rival business called Net Therapy. To top it all off, Fiona’s manuscript is turned into a Broadway musical without her input.

Steve Carell is on board to play a possible romantic interest for Fiona – if only he wasn’t a quasi-religious cult leader. Billy Crystal is signed on to play the publicist of the book Fiona co-wrote with her mother. Some other stars you can expect to see include Chelsea Handler as Fiona’s ex-husband (who, surprise, is now a woman), Megan Mullally as the Broadway musical’s composer/lyricist, Sara Gilbert as a marketing specialist in need of some therapy, and Project Runway judge Nina Garcia will play herself as she gives Fiona a makeover.


Details
Show:
- Web Therapy
Person:
- Billy Crystal
- Steve Carell
Network:
- SHOWTIME

Written by: Rachel Anne
Mar 25th, 2013, 7:55 pm

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