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VIDEO: Tour the Chicago Fire Set with Star David Eigenberg

Chicago Fire | Photo Credits: Elizabeth Morris/NBC

The firefighters of Chicago Fire run through burning buildings and perform daring rescues nearly every day, so they desperately need a place to unwind.

Thankfully, they have Molly's, the local bar owned by Herrmann, Dawson and Otis, which is based on the real-life longtime Chicago watering hole Lottie's.

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In this TVGuide.com video, star David Eigenberg gives viewers an all-access tour of Molly's and even stirs up some mischief in the process. So how does Molly's compare to the real Lottie's? Whose artwork is hanging on the wall of Molly's? And which member of the Chicago Fire team is Molly's fake beer named after? Pull up a chair, grab a cold one and check out Eigenberg's tour below:

Chicago Fire airs Tuesdays at 10/9c on NBC.



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Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara to Star in First Scripted Series for Pop

Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara | Photo Credits: Splash, Corbis

Pop has picked up their first original scripted series, Schitt's Creek, starring Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara, the network, currently known as TVGN, announced Tuesday.

The comedy will follow a formerly rich family that loses all its money in a Ponzi scheme and is forced to move into a motel in Schitt's Creek, a small town they once bought as a joke. Levy will star as video store magnate Johnny Rose and O'Hara will play his soap opera star wife Moira. Daniel Levy, who created the series with his father, will play their hipster son David and Annie Murphy will play their socialite daughter Alexis. Chris Elliottwill also star as the mayor of Schitt's Creek.

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"This show answers the question — what would the Kardashians do if they woke up one day, completely broke?" Brad Schwartz, president of entertainment and media for Pop, said in a statement. "Not only is this project a clever cultural commentary where the 1 percent is suddenly the 99, but it fits right in the heart of everything we're building at our new network. It's a dream cast, it's hysterically funny, and it's sure to pop."

Schitt's Creek will premiere in early 2015 with 13 half-hour episodes.



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Exclusive Marry Me Sneak Peek: Jake Moves In — and Annie Can't Handle It

Marry Me | Photo Credits: Greg Gayne/NBC

Marry Me? How about Live with Me first?

Now that Jake (Ken Marino) and Annie (Casey Wilson) are engaged, he's finally moving in with her on Tuesday's episode (9/8c, NBC). It sounds great — except Annie doesn't like having her new fiancé all up in her personal space.

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"Seriously, how are Jake and I gonna be married if I can't even handle living together?" she asks her fathers, The Kevins (Tim Meadows and Dan Bucatinsky), in the exclusive sneak peek below. "What is wrong with me? Are we, like, doomed?"

Well, it probably doesn't help if you move into your car.

Check out the sneak peek to see The Kevins' advice for Annie (and why they might be to blame). Marry Me airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on NBC.



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