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[02/27/06 - 12:00 AM]
It Might Be Cold Outside But the Kerrs Keep Things Hot in an All-New Episode of 'Beautiful People'

[via press release from ABC Family]

IT MIGHT BE COLD OUTSIDE BUT THE KERRS KEEP THINGS HOT IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF �BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE�

James McCaffrey Guest Stars in �A Tale of Two Parties� Monday, March 20

Burbank, CA (Feb 27, 2006) � The Kerrs experience their first winter snow storm living in New York in an all-new episode of �Beautiful People,� Monday, March 20 (9:00 � 10:00 PM ET/PT). Even though the temperature is dropping, the Kerrs manage to keep it hot in �A Tale of Two Parties.� After Lynn angrily fires her custody lawyer, Julian tries to cheer her up by dropping by her studio for a surprise lunch. Though Lynn is trying to take their relationship slowly, she finally gives in to her feelings for Julian as they spend a romantic afternoon together.

Meanwhile, at Ben�s studio, Karen comes across an invitation to a posh party and decides it�s the perfect opportunity to rub elbows with the modeling elite. She ends up using Ben�s invitation to sneak into the party and quickly meets Peter, the party�s host. Karen is happily engaged in dancing with Peter, until she realizes Ben decided to attend the party after all. Despite her best efforts to stay hidden, Ben catches Karen in the act.

�Beautiful People� stars Daphne Zuniga as Lynn Kerr, Sarah Foret as Sophie Kerr, Torrey DeVitto as Karen Kerr, Jackson Rathbone as Nicky Fiske, Ricke Mabe as Gideon Lustig, Kathleen Munroe as Annabelle Banks and Sean Wing as Chris Prichett. James McCaffrey guest stars as Julian Fiske.

Produced by Sony Pictures Television, Beautiful People centers on the lives of the three Kerr women who make the move from a small town in New Mexico to the bright lights of New York City. All new one � hour episodes air Mondays (9:00 � 10:00 PM ET/PT), beginning March 6.





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