Transcript for Sara Rue Plays Moral Center of New Show 'Impastor'
And now, I'm joined by Sara rue, actress. The star of the brand-new TVLAND series, "Impastor." It's about a slacker on the run who becomes a pastor. My plan was to take over Johnathan's life for a few days until I figured out my next move or until I got caught. Well, hello there. I'm Dora. Come on in. You're different than pictured you. Yeah, how's that? I don't know. You're more -- I don't know -- rugged. Sar remarks it's funny. But it's a dark comedy, you say? It is. It's like nothing I have ever seen on TV. There's elements of a murder wrist ry -- mystery and a whodun whodunit. Your position is hinging on him being a good pastor. My job depends on this guy doing a good job. It's not the pastor I think I have hired. This guy that shows up is a low-life criminal. You might be overlooking a couple of things? She's able to turn away hen she needs to to -- she need this is to work out. The town needs it to work out. The show is about redemption. It's about his character, trying to do good. Even though he doesn't know what he's doing. You have always been in the business. Behind the scenes on Broadway since you were 9. What would you do if you were not an actor? Oh, my gosh. I have no answer. I did my first film at 9. I don't know. I'm not qualified to do anything else. Thank god this has worked out. People ask, me. I don't know, bartender. The cast seems to be tight. Do you pull practical jokes on the set? Michael did nasty things to my set chair. You request see on the Twitter feed his private areas. I thought it was inappropriate. Mike, David, it's a great cast. When a cast is fun, the show will be good. And impastor premiers on TVLAND Wednesday July 15th. So much more ahead.
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