JAMIE TELLS ROXIE THAT DARRYL IS HIS FATHER AND, AT HER DINNER PARTY FOR THEM,
JAMIE REVEALS A DARK PLAN; KAT'S HEALING POWERS RESULT IN DRASTIC PHYSICAL CONSEQUENCES; AND MAX AND JOANNA'S SNOOPING LEADS THEM TO A PERILOUS SITUATION WITH ELEANOR, ON ABC'S "EASTWICK"
Guest Stars Include Cybill Shepherd as Eleanor Rougement
"Tea and Psychopathy" � After Jamie (Jack Huston) reveals to Roxie that Darryl is his father, she sets about having a dinner party where father and son can bond. But Jamie has a secret, darker plan for the evening. Meanwhile Kat embraces her newfound power by healing every patient she comes into contact with, but her compassion leads to drastic physical consequences. And Max (Jason George) asks a reluctant Joanna to help him crack a famous unsolved Eastwick murder, but their snooping leads them to a perilous situation with Eleanor (Cybill Shepherd), on "Eastwick," WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
"Eastwick" stars Ashley Benson as Mia Torcoletti, Jon Bernthal as Raymond Gardener, Veronica Cartwright as Bun Waverly, Jaime Ray Newman as Kat Gardener, Lindsay Price as Joanna Frankel, Rebecca Romijn as Roxanne (Roxie) Torcoletti, Sara Rue as Penny Higgins, Johann Urb as Will St. David and Paul Gross as Darryl Van Horne.
Guest starring are Jack Huston as Jamie Dalton, Cybill Shepherd as Eleanor Rougement, Jason George as Max Brody, Torsten Voges as Fidel, Nynno Ahlias Sheriff Teaser, Emily Alyn Lind as Emily Gardener, John Paul Foster as RJ Gardener, Mia Hays as Amy Gardener, Tacey Adams as doctor #1, Ray Laska as doctor #2, Taj Speights as gurney kid, Ogy Durham as hospital mom, Jason David McNichols as hipster dude, Patricia Melone as EMT, Michael A. Dibacco as moaning man, Casey Canoy as teenage girl and Craig Barnett as heart attack man.
"Tea and Psychopathy" was written by Maggie Friedman and directed by Michael Katleman.
"Eastwick" 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.
For more information on "Eastwick," please visit ABC.com.