"My Best Friend’s Girl"

<b>'My Best Friend’s Girl'</b><br>
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<b>Who's in it and where you’ve seen them:</b>  If you pay attention to Canadian television, you'll recognize Kristin Booth from "M.V.P."   She's been seen on the hit CW show "Supernatural," the mini-series "The Company," and films including "Young People [Expletive]."  You might recognize Tim Peper as Dougie, one of those crazy “Carpoolers” on ABC, or as Jason on daytime TV’s “Guiding Light.”  Josh Cooke was one of the “Four Kings” alongside Seth Green in the 2006 show created by “Will & Grace” masterminds David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, and played Nate in the 2005 show “Committed.”<br>
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<b>Who’s behind it:</b> CBS, Sony Pictures Television and writer Mike Sikowitz, whose writing credits include episodes of “Friends,” “Grounded for Life,” “The Class” and “Unhitched.”<br>
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<b>Why you’ll watch:</b>  Garth is adorable and lovable, as proved by the oddly enjoyable “What I Like About You.”  She’s dating the best friend and business partner of her ex.  Hilarity is bound to ensue.<br>
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UPDATE: Kristin Booth was tapped for the lead after Jennie Garth left the show, based on a mutual decision.  There are rumors of a reprisal of Garth's original character Kelly Taylor on the "Beverly Hills 90210" spinoff.
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'My Best Friend’s Girl'

Who's in it and where you’ve seen them: If you pay attention to Canadian television, you'll recognize Kristin Booth from "M.V.P." She's been seen on the hit CW show "Supernatural," the mini-series "The Company," and films including "Young People [Expletive]." You might recognize Tim Peper as Dougie, one of those crazy “Carpoolers” on ABC, or as Jason on daytime TV’s “Guiding Light.” Josh Cooke was one of the “Four Kings” alongside Seth Green in the 2006 show created by “Will & Grace” masterminds David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, and played Nate in the 2005 show “Committed.”

Who’s behind it: CBS, Sony Pictures Television and writer Mike Sikowitz, whose writing credits include episodes of “Friends,” “Grounded for Life,” “The Class” and “Unhitched.”

Why you’ll watch: Garth is adorable and lovable, as proved by the oddly enjoyable “What I Like About You.” She’s dating the best friend and business partner of her ex. Hilarity is bound to ensue.


UPDATE: Kristin Booth was tapped for the lead after Jennie Garth left the show, based on a mutual decision. There are rumors of a reprisal of Garth's original character Kelly Taylor on the "Beverly Hills 90210" spinoff.

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