Episode 5 of "Welcome to Paradise" finds the show's leading ladies taking a backseat to their male co-stars. In the episode "No Brain, No Dane," Socks finds himself attracted to Zac's latest conquest at the hostel. Socks & Lucy, played by Holly Shanahan (Leelee, Mystic Force) team up to throw a special Down on the Farm theme night at the bar to help Socks connect with his new lady friend. Meanwhile, hostel manager Alex is in a rush to repair the place after learning an inspector is on the way. Sasha, played by Sally Martin (Tori, Ninja Storm) does her best to help him get the place clean, until they discover the inspector is a fake. Sasha is there when the real inspector arrives.
Power Ranger parent Edward Laurence Albert (Mr. Collins, Time Force) played a small role in the 2004 Independent film "The Work and the Glory." The film follows the Steed family as they move to upstate New York in the early 1800's and find themselves embroiled in a religious controversy that would ultimately lead to the creation of the Mormon religion. Albert portrays the Steed's new neighbor Martin Harris who believes in the teachings of the Book of Mormon. The film spawned two sequels but Albert's role was recast in both. The film is based on the novel "The Pillar of Light" by Gerald N. Lund.
Archie Kao (Kai, Lost Galaxy) played a major role in the 2002 film "Purpose." Set in the rapidly-rising world of internet start-ups, the film follows John Elias as he starts his own business with some college friends, only to be run out by an intense power play, deceptively crafted by one of those friends. Kao portrays Kiko Matsuo, one of John's closest friends whom he brings aboard when he starts his company. When the company becomes corrupted John is duped into firing Kiko and Victor, his other close buddy. Kao plays gay in the film, as his character Kiko and Victor are a couple. A full zip of screencaps is available below.
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