TV Tidbits: Which ‘SNL’ Women Will Reunite on NBC?

Maya Rudolph and Rachel DratchUp All Night: Two SNL lady legends will reunite when Rachel Dratch guests on the second season of Up All Night alongside fellow alum and former co-star Maya Rudolph. Dratch will play Linda, a giant fan of Rudolph’s Oprah-lite Ava, who is ecstatic when she’s given memorabilia from Ava’s show. (This isn’t the first time Dratch has lent a funny bone to a former SNL co-star’s show — she’s a frequent guest on 30 Rock with Tina Fey.) [THR]

How I Met Your Mother: Better call Saul — especially if you need someone to guest on your show again! Bob Odenkirk, who plays Breaking Bad‘s resident douche-lawyer Saul Goodman, will return to CBS’s long-running comedy in Season 8, reprising his role as Barney’s (Neil Patrick Harris) GNB boss Arthur Hobbs. Odenkirk will pop up in the season’s second episode. [TVLine]

White Collar: CSI: Miami‘s Emily Procter is set to join Season 4 of USA’s Matt Bomer bonanza as Amanda Callaway, the new gal in charge at the New York White Collar Division. She’ll keep an eye on Bomer and Tim DeKay for at least two episodes. [TVLine]

Smash: Broadway and Dreamgirls diva Sheryl Lee Ralph has been tapped to play Cynthia, the mother of Jennifer Hudson‘s character Veronica Moore, who will be introduced in the upcoming second season of NBC’s musical dramedy. It’s a vote of confidence for the meat of Hudson’s role that we’re already going to meet her mother, who may wax more Bernadette Peters in her matriarchy (Peters guested as Megan Hilty‘s character’s stage mom extraordinaire last season). [Vulture]

Suburgatory: Voice actor H. Jon Benjamin will play Cheryl Hines‘ character Dallas’s post-divorce life coach. [TVLine]

Arrow: Torchwood star John Barrowman will recur on The CW’s new superhero drama as a “mysterious,” “well-dressed man.” [EW]

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