Stephen Lang Cast as Mary's Father on In Plain Sight

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The future of Terra Nova may still be undecided, but one of that drama's stars has made up his mind: He's headed to USA.

Stephen Lang has signed on to play Mary's estranged father on the final season of In Plain Sight, TV Guide Magazine reports, a character who has been mentioned many times yet never actually appeared... mainly because he's a career criminal who has spent more of his adult life on the run.

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Lang will guest star on three In Plain Sight episodes and force his abandoned daughter to confront a few major life decisions before this fun series bids farewell.

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My husband (86) and myself (74) think this is the best show we watch. We are really going to miss the whole cast!
Will probably cry during the finale.

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I love this show and hate to see it end, but I do like the idea of a good show being like a good book: it has a story to tell, resolves its conflicts, and ends.

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Why are all the good shows with strong female leads ending? "The Closer" and now "In Plain Sight"..what is going on in TV-dom? As much as I love "NCIS", I enjoyed both of the aforementioned shows also.

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Yes! Finally. No, I really don't care about the actor, but I'm thrilled that Mary's father finally shows up to get the ass kicking he deserves.