Bobby Cannavale is well remembered by audiences for his role as Will Truman’s cop boyfriend on the hit sitcom “Will & Grace,” a role that earned him an Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series. Cannavale recently headlined the ABC series “Cupid” and has appeared in a myriad of roles, ranging from a gay drug dealer on “Oz,” to a lovelorn paramedic on “Third Watch” to a detective on “Cold Case.” His television credits include appearances on “Sex and the City,” “Ally McBeal,” “Kingpin,” “Six Feet Under” and “Law & Order.” For film, Cannavale’s credits include “The Other Guys,” the SAG Award–nominated “The Station Agent,” “Paul Blart: Mall Cop,” “Snakes on a Plane,” “Shall We Dance” and “Bone Collector,” among others.
Rae thought Adam was “The One,” but he isn’t ready to settle down. Instead, he tells Rae that he wants to dedicate himself to a lifelong goal — photographing frogs. Rae is recovering from the disappointment and heartbreak when Adam unexpectedly comes back into her life, asking for something bigger than just forgiveness.