Amy Jo Johnson (Kimberly, MMPR) continued her starring role on the CBS drama "Flashpoint," into the ninth episode of the first season titled "Planets Aligned." The episode focuses on her character, Jules Callaghan, who is nervous about an upcoming psychological evaluation which is required in her job. Meanwhile, the SRU team is called into a dramatic hostage situation, after a young girl is abducted by a man, whom the SRU team discover has another teenaged girl living in his home, whom he has brainwashed into loving him and rejecting thoughts of her family after her original abduction. Given the sensitive situation, Jules is forced to step up at a moment's notice to talk to the girl and get her to disarm and release her hostage. In the end, Jules is successful. Johnson's pregnancy was very evident in this episode, in shots showing her full frame. This was the final episode of "Flashpoint" to air as part of Season 1, although 13 episodes were filmed.
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Friday, December 19, 2008
The light-hearted New Zealand teen series "Being Eve" featured several future Power Rangers alums from the Disney era. The show centers around 15-year-old Eve and the happenings in her family and school life. James Napier (Conner, Dino Thunder) appears in the very first episode playing Jared Preston, a not-so-smart classmate of Eve's. Her best friend Sylvie has a major crush on Jared, but it turns out that he's got feelings for Eve, not her, causing a rift between the friends, despite the fact that Eve is repulsed by Jared ever since she caught him eating a booger in class. Eve denounces his affections and love in general...until the new boy in school Adam shows up. David de Lautour (RJ, Jungle Fury) stars on the series as Adam LeBeau, a transfer student who Eve falls for. Despite his starring role, he doesn't show up until the last scene of the episode. Also starring on the series is Tandi Wright (voice of Aisynia Cruger, SPD). Wright plays Allanah, the girlfriend of Eve's father who happens to live next door to his estranged family. Allanah tries to get closer to Eve with gifts, which don't manage to soften the blow when she moves in with Eve's dad. The first episode is titled "Being in Love." The show stars Napier's future "The Tribe" co-star Fleur Saville as Eve. Napier is credited as James Robertson on the series.
David de Lautour
"Being Eve" is available on DVD (Non-US)
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- Kevin Duhaney in "Crown Heights"
- Jeffrey Parazzo on "Samurai Girl"
- Jason David Frank on "Undressed"
- Katrina Devine on "Xena: Warrior Princess"
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- David de Lautour on "Xena: Warrior Princess"
- David de Lautour on "Xena: Warrior Princess" - 2
- David de Lautour on "Legend of the Seeker"
- David de Lautour on "Legend of the Seeker" - 2
- David de LAutour on "What I Like About You"
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Ilia Volok (Dr. Viktor Adler/Master Org, Wild Force) guest starred on this week's episode of the new comedy "Worst Week." The show follows the bad luck of the engaged Sam Briggs and his soon-to-be family. In the holiday episode "The Gift," a misunderstanding between Sam and the Polish maid leads to major trouble. After a phone call from Sam's mother-in-law, she believes she's been fired, when she's actually been given the day off. The loss of her job causes her to send her vengeful husband, Vanya, to destroy Sam. Ilia Volok plays Vanya and appears in several scenes. He almost accomplishes his mission until he spots a cello, a Christmas gift to Sam's pregnant bride. All is forgiven and Vanya is last seen playing the cello for the family for the holiday.
"Worst Week" currently airs on CBS
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