Reilly, Alec Baldwin, Alan Alda, Ian Holm, Danny Huston, Gwen Stefani, Jude Law, Adam Scott, Matt Ross, Kelli Garner, Frances Conroy, Brent Spiner, Stanley De Santis, Edward Herrmann, Willem Dafoe.
Despite being preoccupied with a gambling addiction, Detroit genuinely loves his girlfriend, Adelaide (Vivian Blaine), and argues that women are a necessity.
As a young man, he retires as Robin and takes on his own superhero identity to assert his independence, becoming Nightwing.
As Nightwing, he continues to lead the Teen Titans and later the Outsiders.
Masterson, on the other hand, contests that women “are something to have around only when they come in handy, like cough drops.” When Masterson finally asserts that “all dolls are the same” and easily wooable, Detroit pounces on the chance to win some much-needed dough to set up his latest crap shoot.
As they vie for the same film role and the same boyfriend, their petty squabbles escalate to all-out war as they resort to violence to settle their dispute. As Charlie struggles to adapt a best-selling book, he writes himself into the movie plot. The surviving filmmakers are the main suspects, so he begins to review their films, searching for footprints amidst the celluloid. A provocative drama about the life and mysterious death of television actor Bob Crane who became well known as the star of the comedy hit series "Hogan's Heroes." With fame and success, Crane drove headfirst into the darker, destructive side of celebrity life.