HomeTV666 Park AvenueWhoopi Goldberg Scares Up Role on 666 Park Avenue Jillian Bowe October 2, 2012 6 Comments Whoopi Goldberg must be enjoying dipping her feet back into acting via Glee. Entertainment Weekly is reporting The View moderator will guest star on an upcoming episode of 666 Park Ave. Goldberg will play Maris Elder, a resident of the spooky building who helps Jane (Rachel Taylor) try to figure out the supernatural elements that are connected to the Upper East Side apartment building. Goldberg’s appearance is slated for the series’ ninth episode in December. 666 Park Avenue airs Sundays at 10 pm EST on ABC. Photo by PR Photos 6 Responses DaytimeFan0001 October 3, 2012 Get on it fast before it goes away! I enjoyed the show but apparently I was one of few! Log in to Reply luverica October 3, 2012 I think it would be even better if she was playing her Oscar winning role from GHOST, Oda Mae Brown. Log in to Reply tealita October 3, 2012 [quote=DaytimeFan0001]Get on it fast before it goes away! I enjoyed the show but apparently I was one of few![/quote] It’s a real groaner, alright. My husband, a seasoned horror fan, gave me the stink-eye after about fifteen minutes. It’s not for an already jam-packed Sunday night. Log in to Reply soapjunkie88 October 3, 2012 Oh I thought it was nothing special. I’ll keep watching and I’m happy about Whoopi guest-starring but it really seems like it will most likely be gone very soon… Log in to Reply yojoromo4469 October 3, 2012 [quote=luverica]I think it would be even better if she was playing her Oscar winning role from GHOST, Oda Mae Brown.[/quote] The show was mediocre to start with and don’t see any help from this weirdo. Hope she is playing some type of monster, as she sure looks the part with that awful mess on her head that has been there forever. Log in to Reply TV Gord October 3, 2012 I’d rather see her back on The Middle, where she had nice chemistry with the actress who plays Sue Heck. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.