Time Force villain Vernon Wells (Ransik, Time Force) appeared on the original "Knight Rider" series in its fourth season back in 1986. Wells appeared as the villain during the episode titled "Hills of Fire." His character Wilson is trying to smuggle drugs, which he's hidden in a remote area. To prevent anyone from discovering the stash, he & his crew set several wildfires to keep people away. But when a teenager is trapped in one of the blazes, Michael Knight (series star David Hasselhoff) and his car KITT come the rescue and set out to find the culprit behind the flames. Playing Wells' sidekick who tricks Micheal into trusting her, is Nana Visitor. Visitor would go on to share screentime with other PR alums like Amy Jo Johnson on "Wildfire" and Edward Laurence Albert on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." Wells appears throughout the episode and is ultimately captured by Michael.
Jack Guzman (Danny, Wild Force) suited up as yet another police officer. Guzman made a brief appearance in the final episode of the crime drama "Women's Murder Club" last year. Guzman played Uniformed Cop #1 in the episode titled "Never Tell." He appeared in one scene, where his character interacts with detective Lindsay Boxer (series star Angie Harmon) and her partner Warren Jacobi (series regular Tyrees Allen). Guzman's character gives them information on their case. Guzman has several lines in the scene, although his character is never referred to by name. This is Guzman's third appearance on the blog for playing an officer.
Two years after his stint as Red Ranger, Brandon Jay McLaren (Jack, SPD) took on another starring role in the Canadian series "The Best Years." McLaren starred as Devon Sylver, an incoming freshman basketball player who attends the fictional Charles University where he meets Samantha Best and sparks fly immediately. In the first episode titled "Vertigo," the two learn they are both trying to escape their pasts and find college is the answer. But, things go awry when they head up to the roof of their dormitory, along with their roommates to enjoy some beer. In an attempt to impress Kathryn (Samantha's roommate), Devon's roommate John recites lines from a play and falls off the roof after drinking too much. When Kathryn & Devon decide to flee the scene, his budding romance with Samantha comes to a screeching halt since she wants to tell the truth about what happened, especially after the university assumes John committed suicide. Despite her confession, Samantha is allowed to stay. Given his starring role, a full zip of McLaren's screencaps is available to download below.
Amy Jo Johnson (Kimberly, MMPR) continued her starring role on the crime drama "Flashpoint" into the third episode of the second season. Johnson appears as Jules Callaghan in the episode "Haunting the Barn," which revolves around the SRU team dealing with an internal dispute after a retired team member pulls a gun at headquarters and barricades himself in the briefing room, as he relives a case from the past where he made the wrong decision. Jules stays out of the line of fire, as she heads out on another case involving a possible bomb threat. She mans the SRU van when the headquarters emergency call comes. Jules stays at the scene with half the team, only to discover the bomb was a fake, designed to destract the SRU to keep them from returning to headquarters.
Season 2 of "Flashpoint" currently airs on CBS and CTV
Michelle Langstone's (Kat, SPD) eighth appearance on "McLeod's Daughters" came in the twelfth episode of Season 6. She reprises her role as Fiona Webb in the episode "Second Best," which is a fitting title given her storyline. Fiona's impending marriage to Alex Ryan (series regular Aaron Jeffrey) has the two making serious plans about their wedding party. Alex asks his best friend Stevie to be his best man and she declines at first, to Fiona's delight since she's not a fan of their close friendship. But when she suggests to Alex that Fiona may not want to have such a male-oriented role, Alex talks her into taking Stevie on as her bridesmaid instead. While Fiona is visibly annoyed at the suggestion, she asks Stevie anyway and gets a new bridesmaid. Langstone appears in two scenes of this episode.
Season 6 of "McLeod's Daughters" is available on DVD
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