'Happy Town': Geoff Stults talks new ABC mystery, man crush, more

On ABC's new drama Happy Town (premieres tonight, 10 p.m. ET), Geoff Stults stars as Tommy Conroy, a deputy in Haplin, Minn., which hasn't had a serious crime in five years - since the elusive 'Magic Man' was believed to have kidnapped his eighth and final victim. With a brutal murder that he suddenly needs to know how to investigate, some bizarre ramblings by his sheriff father (M.C. Gainey), the separate arrival of two mysterious out-of-towners (Sam Neill and Lauren German), the agendas of Haplin's founding family (Frances Conroy and Steven Weber), a loving wife (Amy Acker) and child (Sophia Ewaniuk), and a babysitter/addict's daughter (Sarah Gadon) in a secret relationship with a boy (Ben Schnetzer) from the right side of the tracks, Tommy's got his hands full. Stults phoned PopWatch Tuesday - in between a satellite media tour and a trip to sit in the audience at Dancing With the Stars - to chat about the role that was written for him (he worked with the show's creators as Eddie Latekka on ABC's October Road), why he's obsessed with Chad Ochocinco on Twitter, what happened the first time he met Gary Busey (a great story involving being chased with a knife), his new man crush, and more.

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