TNT show celebrates 100th episode
“Almost every Friday night we have parties after work, from out of nowhere — wine and tequila and a disco ball and a karaoke machine,” said thesp Phillip P. Keene.
Usually, those parties have a theme, and Saturday’s get-together at the Sheraton Universal Hotel was no exception. It turned into casino night.
While feting a milestone, the cast is also filming the Warner Bros.-produced series’ final season.
“It can only be described as a loss in the heart,” said exec producer and scribe James Duff, who went on to call writing that last episode a mix of “ecstasy and anguish.”
Kyra Sedgwick also got a little choked up.
“I’m kind of an acting machine and I really like the idea of doing 15 hours a day. That really works for me,” said the show’s star.