Jane Leeves' "Hot in Cleveland" character, British eyebrow stylist Joy Scroggs, may have to find a man to marry sooner rather than later.
Warning! Spoiler alert!
Leeves, also known as Daphne from the show "Frasier," told OnTheRedCarpet.com that Scroggs has "some deportation issues to deal with" during the second season of "Hot in Cleveland," the TV Land comedy series that stars Betty White as a caretaker in Cleveland who lives with a group of women from Los Angeles. The show's second season began airing on Wednesday.
"Her green card has expired," Valerie Bertinelli, who plays one of the women, Melanie Moretti, said about Leeves' character. "So we've got to find her a hubby and that's the interesting quest this season."
Guest actors set to appear on "Hot in Cleveland" this season include Melanie Griffith, Tim Conway, Jon Lovitz and returning star Carl Reiner. The first episode of season two saw White sharing a jail cell with her former television co-star, Mary Tyler Moore.
Moore, 74, and White, who turned 89 on Monday, starred on the sitcom "Mary Tyler Moore" in the 1970s. Moore played Mary Richards, a local news producer in Minneapolis, and White portrayed Sue Ann Nivens, host of the Martha Stewart-inspired show "The Happy Homemaker," whose punch lines often involved sexual innuendos.
White told OnTheRedCarpet.com in November that she and Moore spent the entire day hugging one another when they filmed the "Hot in Cleveland" episode.
White was voted the "AP Entertainer of the Year" by the Associated Press in 2010 after enjoying a pop culture comeback, especially among younger fans, following a "Saturday Night Live" hosting stint. She joked earlier this month that she thinks people have had an "overdose" of her.