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Eliza Dushku Brings Boyfriend to 'Dollhouse'

December 23, 2009 (4:46 am) GMT
Rick Fox, who has been dating Eliza Dushku since mid 2009, also once guest starred in his ex-wife Vanessa Williams' show 'Ugly Betty'.

Joss Whedon refuses to go flat in the last few episodes of "". A casting news has emerged via EW that the executive producer has tapped 's real-life boyfriend, , to guest star in an episode before the show wraps it all on January 22.

Fox will appear as an Active on January 8 episode called "Getting Closer". EW wrote, "Fox's Doll will be seen rising from the imprint chair after having been given his original personality back. Next thing you know [spoiler alert!], he's being released into the wild along with dozens of other Dolls."

A preview of "Getting Closer" has actually been given last week, showing that the Dollhouse is under liquidation threat. also appears as her recurring role, Bennett Halverson.

This is not the first time Rick Fox shares screen with someone close to him. In 2007, he made a cameo as the bodyguard of ' Wilhelmina Slater on "". Fox and Williams were married from 1999 to 2004 and have a 9-year-old daughter together.

Meanwhile, "Dollhouse" is still seeing a decline in ratings with the December 18 episode hitting the lowest point of 2 million viewers. The holiday could be weighed in as a factor because the previous week's rating was series high of 2.72 million viewers.


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