The next Darling to appear is a kid-toting "Patrick Darling IV," played by Billy Baldwin; the reporters' questions are used here to tell us that he's suspected of planning to announce a bid for the Senate. Juliet Darling is wearing a fur of some sort and is beloved by fans; given that she's played by Samaire "CONNNFIDENCE, Cohen!" Armstrong, I'm thinking this is a new experience for her. Oh, okay, she wasn't that bad on Entourage, but still, that's the line that will always echo in my sad little brain when I see her. Juliet blathers something about rehearsals going well, and then the ne'erest of the ne'er-do-wells, a cigarette-smoking, shirt-untucked, sunglasses-to-hide-the-raging-hangover-sporting "Jeremy Darling," appears. Jeremy is played by Seth Gabel, who was Famke Janssen's completely fucked-up son Adrian on Nip/Tuck, and that's another actor association of which you can bet your ass I'm going to have some trouble letting go. [But I have now! I swear! At least until F/X airs another marathon! -- CB 2008] A guy who's a dead ringer for Edward Norton tells Juliet, "The rumor is that you can't act at all." Maybe the casting director was savvier than I thought. As Jeremy puts his arm around Juliet and leads her away, she brightly asks when he got back from Tahiti. Jeremy: "About thirty minutes and six double espressos ago." How the Foley guys resisted the urge to put a mouse's heartbeat on the soundtrack, I'll never know.