"Do"s and "Don't"s - A Guide to Modern Etiquette in the Workplace is a comedy short made in conjunction with the New Zealand stage show "Feel Felt Found," written and performed by Nic Sampson (Chip, Mystic Force) and his co-stars Barnay Fredric and Ryan Richards. The 6-minute short, hosted by Ron Howard (played by Fredric), shows viewers the proper workplace behavior and also practices to avoid. Howard encounters two employees, Mr. Right and Mr. Wrong, who illustrate different types of workplace situations and how they should be handled. Sampson appears throughout the short, portraying Mr. Wrong, who consistently creates workplace problems due to his behavior, which includes using the women's bathroom, exposing himself at a holiday party, and signing business deals in blood. Nic Sampson and Ryan Richards previously appeared together in the "Curve Ball" web pilot, which also featured Chelsea McEwan Millar, who also appears in this web short playing the secretary often terrorized by Mr. Wrong's antics.
"Do"s and "Don't"s - A Guide to Modern Etiquette in the Workplace can be seen on Youtube
Erin Cahill (Jen, Time Force) recently took on the recurring role of Felicity on the ABC drama series "Red Widow," which follows Marta Walraven, a housewife and mother who steps into her family's world of organized crime after the murder of her husband. In the show's first episode, viewers are introduced to Felicity, the much younger love of Marta's crime boss father, Andrei. Cahill appears in one brief scene in both of the first two episodes. The second episode finds Andrei spending some bonding time with his daughter and grandchildren. Felicity is also present, serving food to the kids, which include Marta's teenage son, Gabriel, who takes the opportunity to stare at Felicity's body given her form-fitting dress."Red Widow" is an American adaptation of the Dutch drama "Penoza."
Ian Harcourt (Mr. Burley, Megaforce) can currently be seen as Megaforce's resident teacher, but back in 1999, he was the mustache-less principal in an episode of the kid's mystery series "A Twist in the Tale," hosted by William Shatner. Harcourt played Principal Eamon Dodds in the show's fifteenth and final episode, titled "A Matter of Time." The episode follows the story of a boy, David Morgan, who is a science wizard. His latest invention, a device that can theoretically cause time travel, catches the attention of his nurturing teacher, Ms. Jameson, but her affection for Principal Dodds gives the opportunistic man all he needs to steal the device and sell it, with the hopes of getting rich and leaving the education field behind. Ms. Jameson is blinded by love and helps Dodds in his scheme, which soon involves kidnapping young David in an effort to get the device back after it's stolen from the thieves. It's learned that the mysterious stranger in town is actually David's future self, having returned to help him remember to follow his dreams and not give up on science. Principal Dodds is ultimately thwarted when Ms. Jameson intervenes during his fight with David's father. A full zip of Ian Harcourt's screencaps is available to download below. Harcourt is the seventh PR alum featured on the blog for appearing on "A Twist in the Tale."
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