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Cassie Scerbo

Cassie Scerbo guest stars on TV Land's hit original series Hot in Cleveland as Lindsay, the co-ed classmate Joy (Jane Leeves) provides much needed boy advice for.

Cassie was born on March 30, 1990 in Long Island, NY. She is a television actress best known for her role of Lauren Tanner on ABC Family's Make it or Break It. Cassie has also been seen on CSI Miami, and is a youth ambassador for Boo 2 Bullying, an organization that seeks to educate schools and parents about the problem of bullying in schools.

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Hot in Cleveland TV Schedule

May 3
Fear and Loathing in Los Angeles
The ladies head to L.A. to meet Zed Simms, the creator of Victoria’s new TV show. Elka tries to convince Zed to move the production to Cleveland.
Bossy Cups
Inspirational coffee sleeves encourage the women to try new things. Joy helps Victoria create lifestyle videos for her website. Melanie tries to install shelves without Frankie’s help. Elka stirs up romance with Jim.
May 4
Naked and Afraid
Elka throws a party to sway the vote of a rival politician. Melanie tries to find out if their cute neighbor, Jack, saw her naked. Victoria has no idea what her new TV show is about.
Tazed and Confused
Joy and Bob take Victoria for a ride-along to prepare for her detective role. Elka and Melanie battle Agnes and Mona in a game competition at Stormi’s.
May 5
Out of Our Minds
Melanie and Jack try to spice up their relationship. Victoria becomes the spokesperson for a new vodka brand. Joy’s new hairstyle backfires when she meets Owen’s office crush. Elka and Mayor Deacon have a scandalous affair.
Cold In Cleveland: The Christmas Episode
Mortified by an old Christmas movie she made, Victoria tries to get the rights from her ex-husband, Ernie Hudson. Melanie and Sally compete over decorations. Joy spends Christmas without her mother but finds an unlikely proxy. Guest stars: Ernie Hudson, Kelly Schumann, Lesley Nicol