SEBASTIAN BACH Does 'The Gilmore Girls': Filming On Episode #3 Completed

Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach has posted the following message on his official web site:

"Hey! Just returned from the sunny climes of Southern California where we have wrapped up shooting of episode # 3 of 'Bach does The Gilmore Girls'! I cannot divulge any details on the show itself but I can tell you that I am super-psyched for you to check it out, as this episode also guest-stars Mr. Micheal York, whom sci-fi buffs worldwide will recognize as the iconic 'Logan' from 'Logan's Run', one of my all-time favorite movies! I had an incredible time working on this episode & of course will post the airdate right here as soon as I get it! 'The Gilmore Girls' airs on the WB network every Tuesday night @ 8 pm."


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