Could Reddington be Keen’s long lost father? Spader offered, “I think it's got to be a little more complex than that... more twists and turns to it.”
As for the master criminal’s suspicious reasons for working with the FBI, Spader mused about Red, “I still haven’t decided if he’s a bad guy capable of good things... or if he’s a good guy capable of very bad things.”
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Ben and the final three girls, Courtney, Nicki and Lindzi, head to Switzerland -- where Ben will pick his top two ladies and potential wife.
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Actor James Spader has officially joined the cast of "The Office," to play the CEO of Sabre -- parent company of Dunder Mifflin, NBC announced Wednesday.
The former "Boston Legal" star made an indelible impression in "The Office" finale last season, guest-starring as a potential replacement for the departing Michael Scott, played by Steve Carell. Watch the episode!
Producer Paul Lieberstein, who plays HR rep Toby Flenderson on the sitcom, said in a statement, "James will reprise his role as Robert California, an uber-salesman who has the power to convince and manipulate, like a high-class weirdo Jedi warrior."
William Shatner and James Spader will be bringing the scotch and cigar laughs in the fifth and final season of their courtroom hit, "Boston Legal" -- and the real-life pals are joking about how they want to go out with a bang!
Shatner revealed that he wanted his character, Denny Crane, to leave the show "thrashing around in some bed somewhere... they're probably going to put him with James." Shatner says he's in for an onscreen romp -- but James isn't buying it! "I'm not sure he really wants that," Spader says.
Both onscreen lawyers are up for Emmys this weekend -- and Spader confesses he has a serious case of red carpet jitters. "It's part of the job that's very necessary, and I'm terrible at it," the "Shorts" star admits. "I just get very nervous -- and when I get nervous I get sick to my stomach, so it's a constant battery of medicines."
Get your legal fix when the new season of "Boston Legal" starts this Monday.