Sunday, November 1, 2009

Ron Roggé on "Grey's Anatomy" (2009)

Ron Roggé (Captain Mitchell, Lightspeed) made a brief appearance on the hit medical drama "Grey's Anatomy" a few weeks ago. He appeared in the sixth season episode "I Saw What I Saw," which finds the doctors at the center of a controversy after a fire brings a slew of patients and chaos into the emergency room. When a patient dies after being attended to by almost a dozen doctors at different times, everyone's actions are scrutinized. Roggé appears as the nameless captain of the firefighter squad who responded to the blaze. He talks with Dr. Reed Adamson (played by Nora Zehetner) about one of his men that was taken to surgery. He asks if his squad can be there when he's wheeled out of surgery to show their support. Reed is called away soon after to deal with another patient. Roggé is the second actor to appear on the blog for guest starring on "Grey's Anatomy." Erin Cahill appeared on "Grey's Anatomy" earlier this year.

Season 6 of "Grey's Anatomy" is currently airing on ABC

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Sarah Brown on "Without a Trace" (2003)

Sarah Brown (Heather, Zeo) made a guest appearance on "Without a Trace" during the show's very first season. Brown appeared in the episode "Kam Li," which revolves around the disappearance of a newly-retired army colonel, Bull Carver, who vanishes shortly after his retirement party. Brown's character Tess Balkin is Carver's daughter who is interviewed by the detectives. She reveals that they were never close but her father came to her, revealing his forced retirement and wanting to change his will so that his grandchildren will be taken care of. Tess tells the investigators that it was an odd conversation. Despite their estrangement, she regrets not being closer to her dad, given his disappearance. In the end, the detectives discover that Bull had a suicide pact with his old comrades to be fulfilled upon their retirements. Sarah Brown is the fourth PR alum to be featured on the blog for appearing on "Without a Trace." Jack Guzman, Erin Cahill & Jordan Belfi were previously posted.

Season 1 of "Without a Trace" is available on DVD

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Nikolai Nikolaeff on "Sea Patrol" - 6 (2009)

Nikolai Nikolaeff's (Dominic, Jungle Fury) starring role on "Sea Patrol" continued in the seventh episode of Season 3. The episode "Half Life" finds the crew of the HMS Hammersley launching a rescue operation on an island. Nikolaeff's character Leo '2 Dads' Kosov-Meyer is part of the rescue team which requires extra caution when they discover that they are heading into a nuclear testing site. This will expose the team to toxic radiation and limit how much time they can spend there. Of course, once the team arrives complications arise and their exposure to the radiation is heightened. When '2 Dads' spots a man in the jungle, he reluctantly goes after him to get him to safety. The entire team returns to the ship. Thanks to a decontamination shower there's no lasting damage. Given his starring role, a full zip of Nikolai Nikolaeff's screencaps is available to download below.

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T.J. Roberts in "Magic Kid 2" (1994)

Former Masked Rider T.J. Roberts (Prince Dex, MMPR) put his martial arts to work in the 1994 sequel to his film "Magic Kid." Roberts plays Kevin, a young martial artist who comes to his uncle's aide and ends up gaining stardom as an action star known as Ninja Boy. "Magic Kid 2" finds Kevin struggling under the pressure of being a star, while his gambling uncle (who is also his agent) ignores his unhappiness. When Kevin decides he'd rather go to school and be a normal kid, his slave-driving producer has other plans and puts the pressure on his uncle to keep Kevin working. After his encouraging tutor is fired, Kevin runs away to stay with her and her family, finding love with her teenage daughter. Worried and unable to find Kevin, his uncle changes his ways and the two are reunited. They turn against the greedy producer and fight off his attempt to kill Ninja Boy on camera.

"Magic Kid 2" is available on DVD

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