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On CBS’ 'Mom': Anna Faris Falls For Real Life Husband Chris Pratt, Duo Excited To Work Again [video]


Upcoming in CBS' "Mom," Anna Faris' newest love interest will be played by real life husband, Chris Pratt as the hunky horseback riding instructor. The couple is excited to work again while fans anticipate the chance to see the real life couple work onscreen.

The new episodes will introduce Pratt as Nick, a horseback riding instructor and the charming young nephew of Marjorie played by Mimi Kennedy. Faris who plays the main character Christy will fall for the charm of Nick despite Marjorie's warnings who says her nephew is strictly prohibited to the ladies.

The prohibition makes Christy even more determined to pursue Nick. She gets help from her controlling and recovering alcoholic mother Bonnie played by Allison Janney.

This is the first time that Pratt will guest in the show. The real life couple has worked in the past before. In 2011, both appeared in "What's Your Number?" and in "Movie 43" in 2013. 

Faris and Pratt met while making the movie "Take Me Home Tonight" in 2007, the movie was later released in 2011. They got married in 2009 and have a son, Jack, who is four years old.

Faris posted in Twitter to express her excitement. In his reply, Pratt shows he feels the same way. Pratt will be seen in the new episodes of Mom to be aired by early 2017, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Pratt takes the time off from his busy schedule to romance his real life partner in the sitcom as reported by E! News. He is currently busy filming the next franchise to the blockbuster hits "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Jurassic World."

The fourth season of CBS' "Mom" premieres on Oct. 27 and it will also feature a reunion between Bradley Whitford and Janney, both co-starred in the "West Wing" for seven seasons.  In the episode, Whitford will be an old friend of Adam (William Fichtner), who is the new boyfriend of Bonnie (Janney).


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