Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Gabrielle Fitzpatrick on "Lost" (2006)

Gabrielle Fitzpatrick (Dulcea, MMPR: The Movie) made her first of two appearances on the hit drama "Lost" in 2006. During the show's second season episode "Two for the Road," Fitzpatrick guest stars as Lindsey, a woman who appears in flashbacks involving Christian Shephard, the father of main character Jack Shephard (series star Matthew Fox). Christian visits Lindsey demanding to see his daughter. His drunken tirade, however, prompts Lindsey to refuse his order. While it is not revealed in this episode, Lindsey would turn out to be related to one of the survivors trapped on the island with Jack. Fitzpatrick appears in only one scene where she speaks in her native Australian accent.

Season 2 of "Lost" is available on DVD

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Phillip Jeanmarie on "Cold Case" (2005)

Phillip Jeanmarie (Max, Wild Force) guest starred on the crime drama "Cold Case"during its third season. Jeanmarie appeared in the episode "Saving Patrick Bubley' which has the officers investigating the deaths of a family of five teenaged boys, four of whom are murdered over the years, leaving their drug-addicted mother to take care of their youngest brother, Patrick. Jeanmarie plays Cedric Bubley, one of the brothers. He is an animal lover and good student until his older brother is killed. He tries to take revenge but is unable to pull the trigger, leading to his own death. Jeanmarie appears in several flashbacks throughout the episode.

"Cold Case" airs on CBS

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Michael Copon on "One Tree Hill" - 7 (2004)

Michael Copon (Lucas, Time Force) continued his recurring role on "One Tree Hill" into the tenth episode of Season 2. The episode titled "Don't Take Me For Granted" occurs after the prom. Copon's character, Felix confronts his sister Anna over her relationship with Peyton and how her lesbian activities will give her a bad reputation, much like at their last school. Felix himself faces bitterness from his crush Brooke (series regular Sophia Bush), who thinks Felix busted the windshield of her car. Even though he wasn't responsible, Felix still pays for the damages and manages to get back into Brooke's good graces, leading to a kiss and their romance becoming official.

Season 2 of "One Tree Hill" is available on DVD

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Keith Robinson on "Canterbury's Law" - 6 (2008)

Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) stars in the final episode of "Canterbury's Law." Episode 6 was titled "Sick as Your Secrets" and Robinson's character, Chester Grant represents a family suing the owner of their apartment building after their daughter was viciously attacked by rats. Chester fights valiantly for his clients, even taking the jury to their rundown apartment. Ultimately he wins the case. In other happenings, Chester supports Molly as she waits to hear about her bar exam results. He's there for her when she learns that she's passed and can finally practice law. A full zip of Keith Robinson's screencaps from this episode is available below.

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Antonia Prebble, Holly Shanahan & Katrina Browne on "Outrageous Fortune" (2006)

Antonia Prebble (Clare, Mystic Force) continued her starring role on the comedic drama "Outrageous Fortune" where she plays Loretta West, the youngest daughter of the dysfunctional (and sometimes criminal) West family. In the fourth episode of Season 2, titled "The Two-Fold Force," Loretta is desperate to leave school behind and begin her adult life as her eighteenth birthday approaches. Given her high intelligence, however, her parents refuse to allow her to leave school, like her older siblings did. So, Loretta devises several schemes to force her vice principal to throw her out. Katrina Browne (Kapri, Ninja Storm) plays Caroline, the principal and thorn in Loretta's side. Caroline also happens to be her older brother Jethro's ex-girlfriend, making their relationship more complicated. Loretta finally gets booted, only for her parents to send her to private school. She ultimately gets out of that situation when she meets Jools, a homeless teen who shares her love for movies. Holly Shanahan (Camille, Jungle Fury) begins her recurring role as Jools who masquerades as Loretta at her new school. Prebble shares scenes with both her fellow PR actors during this episode.

Antonia Prebble

Holly Shanahan

Katrina Browne

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