Former Quantum Ranger, Daniel Southworth (Eric, Time Force) made a brief guest appearance on the new sci-fi thriller "Revolution," which tells the story of a family torn apart after a blackout leaves the world without power and devoid of technology. Southworth appears in the pilot, as a character named Trevor, who comes upon main character Charlie Matheson, and her companions as they search for her uncle, after the death of her father and the abduction of her brother. Trevor and his group take them hostage inside an abandoned plane, looking to pillage their supplies. Trevor takes things even further, looking to also take advantage of the young Charlie, but she fights back against his attack. As Trevor's accomplices are poisoned, Trevor gets shot in the chest with an arrow before he can hurt Charlie. Southworth appears in just one extended scene of the episode.
Ron Roggé (Captain Mitchell, Lightspeed) made a brief appearance during this week's one-hour season premiere of the sitcom "The Middle." The fourth season episode, titled "Last Whiff of Summer," finds the Heck family attending the River County Fair in a last ditch effort to spend time together for a fun Summer. Feeling ignored by her father, Sue decides to get lost at the fair to teach her family a lesson about her importance. When she arrives at the lost & found station, though, she soon realizes that her family isn't looking for her. She encounters a lost boy there and witnesses his happy reunion with his family. Ron Roggé appeared as the boy's unnamed father, who voices his relief at finding his son safe. Roggé appeared in just one scene of the episode. He is the second PR alum on the blog for appearing on "The Middle." Nakia Burrise was the first.
David de Lautour (RJ, Jungle Fury) reprised his role as Simon Plimpton on the FOX drama "Touch." The thirteenth episode, titled "The Road Not Taken" finds Simon happy to reveal to his wife that he's received a promotion that will allow him to get off the road and be home more, instead of traveling so much, as he had been doing in the very first episode of the series. His wife, Nell, isn't so happy to hear the job is in Paris, which would force them to leave their home, where all of their deceased daughter's things still remain. Nell secretly plans to separate from her husband, as she feels he's ready to move on while she still mourns. Her therapist advises her to take some time to think about her decision and after a chance encounter with two Japanese girls who crossed paths with Simon once before, Nell faints. Simon joins her at the hospital and the two learn that Nell is pregnant, solidifying their marriage and ending her thoughts of separation.
Brad Hawkins (voice of Trey, Zeo) appeared in one scene during the "Crossing Jordan" first season episode titled "Someone to Count On." Hawkins guest starred as an unnamed mortician who shows up at the morgue looking to pick up a body. He encounters one of the show's main characters, Lily Lebowski in the morgue and takes an immediate romantic interest in her. Lily is creeped out by their encounter, which leads her to re-evaluate her experience with men and dating and how poor her decision-making has been in the romance department. Though he had several lines, Brad Hawkins appeared on-screen only briefly. He is the fourth PR alum featured on the blog for an appearance on "Crossing Jordan." Hilary Shepard Turner, Phillip Jeanmarie & Karim Prince were all previously posted.
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