Sunday, April 25, 2010

Eka Darville & Jon Brazier on "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" - 2 (2010)

Episode #4 of "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" featured a milestone for recurring actor Eka Darville (Scott, RPM). He finally gets to speak. Darville's character, the slave boy Pietros, brings water and food to Spartacus who is being punished for his defiant behavior, which includes withholding food. The gladiators Crixus & Barca (played by Antonio Te Maioho) watch Pietros' actions closely. This episode also officially reveals another aspect of Pietros' character. Early in the episode, Spartacus sees Pietros and Barca having sex, revealing their homosexual relationship. Guest star Jon Brazier (Oracle, Mystic Force) makes his second appearance in this episode, as Ramel, the jewel merchant who sold an expensive necklace to Lucretia (series regular Lucy Lawless) in the previous episode. Knowing her husband's money woes & that it brought her no favor with Ilithyia, Lucretia attempts to sell the jewelry back to Ramel, who is reluctant to buy it back. Brazier appears again in only one scene of the episode, titled "The Thing in the Pit."

Eka Darville

Jon Brazier

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Anonymous said...

Why don't you have "adult content" photos from the actors on 'Outrageous Fortune'? Those two PR actors must have done some "adult content" scenes on that "adult content' show.

DC said...

There hasn't been any adult content from Antonia Prebble on "Outrageous Fortune." At least not in the episodes I've seen. Pua Magasiva's character did appear nude a couple times but there was no need to include that in his posts because those caps wouldn't have included his face. I only share screencaps that actually show the actor's faces.

Anonymous said...

I see. But the face-only thing seems a little rigid though.

DC said...

Not really. The point of the blog is to show the actors. If you can't see their face, it's not really showing them.

It's the same reason we don't feature screencaps from animated projects. It's not showing the actor.

Given that Power Rangers has fans of all ages, sharing mature content is something only done when it encompasses the majority of the actor's role anyway.