Friday, July 30, 2010

Brandon Jay McLaren on "Harper's Island - 11 (2009)

Brandon Jay McLaren (Jack, SPD) continued his role on "Harper's Island" in the show's eleventh episode, titled "Splash." As a killer continues to stalk the members of a wedding party on a small island one-by-one, McLaren's character Danny Brooks manages to continue his survival as their group dwindles. Danny is at his friend (the groom) Henry's side when they go looking for Henry's best friend Abby who has a close encounter with John Wakefield, the man who murdered her mother on the island and who appears responsible for her father's death in the previous episode. The three find the police station deserted and meet up with the rest of the survivors at the church, where another of them, Chloe, goes missing. Danny & fellow groomsman, Sully, join the others in a frantic search for her and discover tunnels that lead all over the island. Though their tunnel doesn't lead them to the killer or Chloe, Danny & Sully unfortunately bear witness to Wakefield causing Chloe and her boyfriend Cal's deaths, as they plunge from a bridge into the raging waters below. A full zip of McLaren's screencaps are available to download below.

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"Harper's Island" is available on DVD

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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

David de Lautour on "What I Like About You" - 15 (2005)

David de Lautour's (RJ, Jungle Fury) character, Ben Sheffield on "What I Like About You" moved to the forefront for the third season episode titled "Bad to the Scone." Ben seems to still be getting over his break-up with Holly (series star Amanda Bynes) and when he is unable to score a date with a beautiful girl, Holly decides that it's her duty to help Ben get back into the dating game to make up for breaking his heart. Her idea of a make-over, however, doesn't go over too well, as Ben has trouble adjusting to his new leather clothes and bad boy image. When Vince steps in with his own tips, things get even worse for Ben as he must deal with their bickering over his love life. In the end, Ben takes Vince's advice and changes his attitude instead of his wardrobe which gets him the girl.

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Saturday, July 24, 2010

Commercial - Archie Kao for "Pepsi"

Former Blue Ranger, Archie Kao (Kai, Lost Galaxy) appeared in commercials for Pepsi, which have aired in China. In the commercial, Kao's character notices a beautiful woman cooking in an apartment in the building next door to his own. When she flirts with him and appears disappointed that she has no Pepsi, Kao pops open his fridge, showing a full stock of the soda. He rushes over to impress the girl, only to arrive to find her entire family waiting for some Pepsi to have with their family dinner. The commercial only features a few lines of dialogue at the end, where both Archie Kao and his co-star speak Mandarin.

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Amy Jo Johnson on "Flashpoint" - 21 (2009)

Amy Jo Johnson (Kimberly, MMPR) continued her starring role on "Flashpoint" in the second episode of the cop drama's third season. The episode titled "Never Let You Down" finds the SRU team in pursuit of a man who abducts a waitress, believing her to be his daughter. Johnson's character, Jules Callaghan, is also dealing with other issues when the case arises. The SRU team is still mourning the loss of their teammate Louis Young, who died in the line of duty in the previous episode. Jules must not only face a new addition to the SRU team, but she loses her status as the team's only female when officer Leah Kerns is assigned to them as Young's replacement. As the investigation into the abduction continues, Jules & Leah find themselves working together throughout the day. When things heat up, leading to a hostage situation on a cliff, Jules is forced to step up and conduct negotiations to keep both the suspect and the victim safe from falling over. As things escalate, she openly confronts her emotions over her lost comrade and helps the SRU team bring both people to safety.

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