But Bushnell admits that she initially had doubts about returning to reality TV. Our biggest concern was: Is this new show going to try to alter our life or be incredibly intrusive and get in the way of our relationship?" She continues, "Our main priority was that our relationship always comes first and if something does ever get in the way, we’ll have to have another conversation because that’s something that neither of us are going to allow to happen." Given the franchise's track record (only three of s 20 couples remain together, including Higgins and Bushnell), it's no surprise that Bushnell expressed concern.
"That still has to happen and until it does, it’s not a for-sure thing." Before jumping back into the limelight, Bushnell says the newly engaged couple did take time off from the reality series that made them famous."I don't know if they made a deal with the hair department on our show, where the professionals would clean up any horrible mistakes we make. Now, he is happy to be back on the tube as a series regular and working as the "grandpa" with such a "terrific," young ensemble. Even if you hit all the variables -- you get a great writer, a great director, a great script, the great timeslot -- I don't know.Click here to subscribe to FOX411’s You Tube channel "It is hard to find anything that works," says Wendt. If anyone could figure out how to do it really successfully all the time, they would do nothing but." "Clipped" is a comedy about a group of coworkers in Boston who attended the same high school but were in very different cliques.As for Buzzy, Wendt describes his character, saying, "I thought Buzzy was a buzz-cut guy, that most of his clients were dead, and that he was on Social Security, so he sold his shop and kept his chair just to have someplace to go. "But living at home in California, you've got to drive for starters, so it cuts down on the bar thing. It's different when you're away on the road." "Clipped" premieres Tuesday, June 16 on TBS.But now it turns out, I'm cutting hair every week, so, like I said, I'm just faking it." With his new show, Wendt, who wrote a humor book about his life and beer stories entitled "Drinking with George: A Barstool Professional's Guide to Beer," is looking forward, not behind.