It's an unusual group of guys, to be sure. Scott Bakula is known for his science-fiction roles on Quantum Leap, Star Trek: Enterprise and Chuck. Andre Braugher is best known as a cop on Homicide and Hack and a doctor on Gideon's Crossing. And, of course, everybody loves comedian Ray Romano. Together in Men of a Certain Age, they're three odd musketeers, but they provide a little something for everyone when they sit down at their table in the diner to talk about life, work, families and women. We sat in on a roundtable with Bakula to talk about his one-foot-out-of-the-game actor character, and later with Braugher to find out about his car-salesman family man. (We gave Romano a pass.) Plus: Bakula's Chuck situation and Braugher's Star Trek dream!
Few things cause me to weep openly more consistently than Quantum Leap episodes, so I think it's safe to say I'd follow Scott Bakula anywhere... even if where he's going involves Ray Romano. That's right. My Scott Bakula (who I affectionately nicknamed "Dracula" when I was 10. I wasn't very clever back then) passion runs that deep! The former time-traveling physicist has signed on for Men of a Certain Age, a TNT drama pilot co-starring Ray Romano and Andre Braugher, who's one of those actors whose name I know but whose work I've never actually seen. Anyway, I'm sure he's very talented.