DC Fridays Part 4: Notable Guest Stars

I know, I'm super lame and it's Monday. Things have been nuts.

As I made my way through the 6 seasons of DC, there were tons of guest stars I was shocked to see—including Tony Hale (Buster from Arrested Development) as a doctor in season 4, Ken Marino (Vinnie van Lowe from Veronica Mars) as a teacher Joey almost has an affair with in season 5, Seth Rogen as a slacker in season 6—the list goes on and on. When you glance over the partial list below, you will notice certain titles keep popping up—in particular Buffy, Six Feet Under, Twin Peaks, and various Judd Apatow-related projects.

Now, is this because there are a limited number of bit players in Hollywood, or does this somehow make DC cooler? I vote that it makes it cooler!

Busy Phillips (Freaks & Geeks, Undeclared)
Seth Rogen (Freaks & Geeks, Undeclared)
Monica Keena (Undeclared)
Bianca Lawson (Buffy)
Mercedes McNab (Buffy)
Jason Behr (Roswell, Buffy)
Eric Balfour (Six Feet Under, 24, The OC, Buffy)
Jeremy Sisto (Six Feet Under)
Hal Ozsan (Six Feet Under, Felicity, Roswell)
Scott Foley (Felicity, Scrubs, Sweet Valley High)
Ray Wise (Twin Peaks, Reaper)
M├Ądchen Amick (Twin Peaks)
Dana Ashbrook (Twin Peaks)
Sherilyn Fenn (Twin Peaks)
Jennifer Morrison (House)
Tony Hale (Arrested Development)
Taylor Handley (The OC, Hidden Palms)
Jensen Ackles (Supernatural)
Chad Michael Murray (One Tree Hill)
Ali Larter (Heroes)
Ken Marino (Veronica Mars, Wet Hot American Summer)
Michael Pitt (Hedwig and the Angry Inch, The Dreamers)
Mika Boorem (Blue Crush)
Julie Bowen (Lost)
Jonathan Lipnicki (Jerry Maguire)
Brittany Daniel (Sweet Valley High)
Mimi Rogers (X Files)
Oliver Hudson (Rules of Engagement)
Jack Osbourne (The Osbournes)
Andy Griffith (The Andy Griffith Show)
Rachel Leigh Cook (Las Vegas, Babysitters Club, She’s All That)
Paul Gleason (Breakfast Club)
Harry Shearer (This Is Spinal Tap, A Mighty Wind)
Virginia Madsen (A Prairie Home Companion)
No Doubt (duh)

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