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Dan Bucatinsky of NBC's "Marry Me"

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Dan Bucatinsky can currently be seen on the NBC  comedy series, “Marry Me,” as Kevin 2, or better known as one of Annie’s (Casey Wilson) two dads. Many fans will recognize Dan for his Emmy-winning role on the ABC series, “Scandal,” where he played James Novack.

Bucatinsky previewed tonight's new episode which includes ANOTHER proposal:

“Tonight’s episode is so wild. The proposal of Annie and Jake, (Ken Marino) which triggered the launching of the show, was the un-proposal or the unconventional proposal. Tonight is another proposal between the two Kevins, which is very unexpected. (laughs) I think Kevin would like to think it would trump Annie and Jake’s proposal. I think it’s every bride’s…wait, maybe not every bride (laughs)…but I think it would be a bride’s worst nightmare to have to compete with her own dad for Bride of the Year.”

 We spoke with him about what went through his head when it was revealed which two (David Rosen or James Novack) would bite the bullet:

“It was a bit of a surprise to me. There was an episode prior to this where Jake (Scott Foley) shoots the gun in the street, and one bullet goes off. You don’t know if it was going to be James or David Rosen. That episode I had no warning about. Neither (Josh) Malina nor I knew, and we read it at the table and our jaws dropped. I don’t think the writers quite figured out what they were going to do. They took three or four days to figure this out. It was very nerve-wracking week while we shot that episode. We didn’t quite know what was going to happen in the next episode. Then, I got a phone call four days in, and told me that James was the one who was going to die. It was a sad moment, but they wrote such a beautiful episode."

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