Julianna Margulies on "The Today Show"

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Look for Ms. Margulies on NBC's morning program, "The Today Show," on May 11th. :-)

-- Arianne (CarolRossSusanGreene@yahoo.com), May 01, 2000


i'm sure that's a strategic move, because her departure is on the show that night. i wonder if it's still going to be just as quiet about how she's departing? wishful thinking, but maybe she'll give something away in that interview. yeah, right, we should be so lucky

-- Marcia (mlg244@is9.nyu.edu), May 01, 2000.

Julianna is pretty truthful about things especially if an interviewer asks her a direct question. I heard her even say that TPTB don't tell her things deliberately because she tells interviewers way too much info. about ER. So it should be interesting indeed on how much she even says about the eppy on The Today Show. The only thing I can imagine her saying, if they do have a 'gag' order on her is that the audience either will be surprised regarding her exit or they will be happy with the exit without giving any other details out

-- Kathy (kaf@gis.net), May 01, 2000.

I'm sure Julianna is going to be talking about her last appearance. I also wonder if she'll be mentioning her "role" in the new Disney movie, Dinosaur. She is voicing the lead lady dino. I thought it was her when I saw the commercial and then check IMDB and sure enough! I hope she talks about ER though.

-- Joanne (bucklind@hotmail.com), May 02, 2000.

Last time she was on, to promote her famous birth episode ("Great Expectations," though I'm assuming you all know that), Matt Lauer asked her directly if George Clooney was going to return for that episode, being that his character is the father of Nurse Hathaway's twins. At first Julianna was coy about it, then I suppose didn't want to lead the fans on, and came clean that Ross wouldn't be there for the birth. The subject of her impending departure from "ER" came up, and she went on to say that she really "thinks," then changed it to "hopes," that George Clooney will return to help her off and the two of them can "ride off into the sunset together." :-) So, my point was, she DOES say a lot, and I'm wondering if the interviewer will even be permitted to ask any direct questions about "Such Sweet Sorrow."

-- Arianne (CarolRossSusanGreene@yahoo.com), May 02, 2000.

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