WHEN FAITH DECIDES TO PERFORM AT A POETRY SLAM THE SAME NIGHT
THAT CHARLEY IS SET TO RECEIVE AN AWARD, HOPE MUST CHOOSE
WHICH EVENT TO ATTEND, ON ABC�S �HOPE & FAITH�
Susan Sullivan (�Dharma & Greg,� �Falcon Crest�) Returns
To Guest Star as Faith�s Therapist
�Hope in the Middle� � When Dr. Lombard (Susan Sullivan) suggests that Faith channel her energy into a creative outlet, she signs up for a poetry slam on the same night that Charley is set to receive an award from �The Optimist�s Club.� Hope, who is busy preparing for the Great American Bake Sale, is torn between which event to attend. When Faith�s actions that night result in a rift between Hope and Charley, she concocts a misguided attempt to make amends, tricking them into a therapy session with Dr. Lombard, on �Hope & Faith,� FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25 (9:00-9:30 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
The Great American Bake Sale, presented by PARADE magazine and Share Our Strength, is sponsored by ABC Entertainment and PAM for Baking. The third annual Great American Bake Sale is a national campaign that encourages all Americans to help end childhood hunger in America by hosting bake sales in their communities, the proceeds of which to the organization Share Our Strength, which distributes the money to feed hunger children. Thanks to more than one million generous Americans baking and buying at bake sales across the country, The Great American Bake Sale has raised nearly
$3 million since 2003. To learn more or to register to hold your own Great American Bake Sale, visit www.greatamericanbakesale.org.
�Hope & Faith� stars Kelly Ripa as Faith, Faith Ford as Hope, Ted McGinley as Charley, Megan Fox as Sydney, Macey Cruthird as Hayley and Paulie Litt as Justin.
Guest-starring are Susan Sullivan as Nancy Lombard, Michael Benjamin Washington as performer and Alice Schaerer as optimist master of ceremonies.
�Hope in the Middle� is written by Jennie Snyder, and directed by Don Scardino.
�Hope & Faith� is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC�s selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound and Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning.
A TV parental guideline will be assigned closer to airdate.