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Kristoffer Polaha: Ringer ”Picks Up Right Where We Left Off” in 2012

With his wife dead, two twin boys to take care of, and his writing career at a dead end, Henry Butler is in a dark place. And Ringer's Kristoffer Polaha reveals that he'll take it out on the one person he loves most: Siobhan Martin (Sarah Michelle Gellar).

"For Henry, there will be a pretty huge level of guilt and remorse," he tells TV Line. "People have affairs. But it all got so dark so quickly, and when you see him again in the first episode back, he’ll definitely want nothing to do with Siobhan."

Unfortunately, there's no escaping the world of the Martins, or more specifically, the Martin/Charles investment firm. "Henry will be approached to bring him into the fold — much to his dismay ... but he’s forced to comply with that request," Krissays. "Gregory Harrison (Falcon Crest), who plays my father-in-law, is such a great actor and was awesome to work with."

He also finally got a chance to work with the other men of Ringer. "Nestor [Carbonell] is amazing [as Agent Machado], and we actually have a few scenes coming up," he teases.

"I’m also about to go shoot a scene between Henry, Malcolm and Andrew, so I think [the producers] are just really fleshing out this world moving forward."

The more hotties together, the better, in our opinion!

And when the show returns January 10, Kris promises the plot thickens even more. "We really just hit ground running when we come back next year," he says. " It actually picks up right where we left off."

Source: TV Line


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12.1.2011 / 09:23 PM EDT by Wetpaint Staff
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