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ABC's Eastwick's Second Episode Guest Stars Cybil Shepherd and Martin Mull

Trust me, I'm a sucker for anything mysterious, vampire infested or full of witches, demons or other non-human characters.

I'm also a long time fan of Rebecca Romijn (Roxie Torcoletti), Lindsay Price (Joanna Frankel and Jamie Ray Newman (Kat Gardener).

(Rebecca Romijn - Witches of Eastwick - image courtesy of ABC/ROBERT VOETS)

All three actresses have been in previous TV series I enjoyed and are playing sassy parts.   How could you not like a story based on a novel by the brilliant John Updike which co-starred Cher and Jack Nicholson.

Even better?  The guest stars are glittering and the supporting roles are played brilliantly by such seasoned actors as Sara Rue as Penny (remember her?) and Veronica Carthwright as Bun.

The series also has Johann Urb as Will, Jon Bernthal as Raymond and Ashley Benson as Mia (Roxie's daughter).  Matt Dallas appears as Chad, Christian Alexander as Gus (Mia's ex-boyfriend), Torsten Voges as Fidel, Kelvin Han Yee as the doctor, Emily Alyn Lind as Emily Gardener, Mia Hays as Amy Gardener and Betsy Rue as Melody.

The second episode "Reaping and Sewing" had guest stars Cybil Shepherd as Eleanor Rougement and Martin Mull as Milton Philmont, a retired Gazette reporter who years ago wrote about the death of a man named Sebastian Hart - a man who looks uncannily like a young Darryl Van Horne.

Whether you love Cybil or hate her, she definitely shakes up any scene she's in and has that eternally sassy presence.  She didn't disappoint on Witches either.  I just hope she will show up again on a regular basis.  She makes a perfect aging witch.

As far a hair goes, this new episode is a dream for hairstyle reporting.  Each of the three witches have different hair styles, lengths, colors and textures.  Sara Rue is her customary deep red and the men have a variety of interesting styles.

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