Michael Sutton returns to 'General Hospital,' 'Raising Hope' adds Kate Micucci

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Michael Sutton's "General Hospital" character died of AIDS in 1995, but he'll be seen again in late September. How? He'll appear to Robin ( Kimberly McCullough) when she's in danger and "becomes delerious." [ TV Guide]

"Scrubs" actress Kate Micucci has joined -- or rather rejoined -- FOX's new comedy "Raising Hope." She was cast in the pilot, had her part cut and has now taken a different role as the owner of a day-care center. [ Hollywood Reporter]

Want a piece of the old "Mad Men" set, or Joan's ( Christina Hendricks) bloody green dress from last season? You can bid on them till Sunday (Aug. 22), with proceeds going to the City of Hope cancer treatment center. [ eBay]

Michael Ealy, late of "FlashForward," has landed one of the leads in USA's pilot "Common Law." It's about LAPD partners who can't stand each other -- so much that their boss sends them to couples therapy. [ Deadline]

Get ready for a whole lot more of "Are We There Yet?": TBS has ordered an additional 90 episodes. Yes, 90. [ TBS]

Martha Stewart has set her first prime-time special for the Hallmark Channel. "The Women Who Dress America" will feature interviews with Diane Von Furstenberg, Donna Karan and other fashion designers. [ Variety]

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