Thursday, February 26, 2009

Emma Lahana on "Psych" (2009)

Former Yellow Ranger Emma Lahana (Kira, Dino Thunder) popped up on the season finale of the quirky crime series "Psych." Lahana appeared as a waitress in the Season 3 episode "An Evening with Mr. Yang" which involves a serial killer who takes a personal interest in the faux police psychic Shawn Spencer (series star James Roday). After Lahana's character serves Shawn and his partner, she turns up missing, the chosen victim used by the serial killer to get inside of Shawn's head. Shawn deduces her location about halfway through the episode and she is rescued unharmed. Unfortunately, Shawn's mother is taken in her place, continuing the search for the mysterious serial killer who goes by the name Mr. Yang. Lahana appears in only a couple scenes of the episode and her waitress character is never given a name.

"Psych" currently airs on USA Network

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T.J. Roberts in "Tiger Heart" (1996)

Mighty Morphin' guest star Ted Jan Roberts (Prince Dex/Masked Rider, MMPR) starred in the teen martial arts film "Tiger Heart." Roberts played rich kid Eric, a young martial arts student who finds himself in a war against thugs in the rough neighborhood of his dojo, who are working for a real estate developer who is looking to empty out the neighborhood to build a mall. Sparks fly between Eric and Stephanie who works in her family's store near the dojo. When Stephanie is targeted by the thugs, Eric takes them on with the help of his best friend and the kids in his martial arts class. Given his starring role, a full zip of Roberts' screencaps is available to download below.

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"Tiger Heart" is available on DVD

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Cerina Vincent on "Son of the Beach" (2000)

Cerina Vincent (Maya, Lost Galaxy) guest starred on the short-lived "Baywatch" parody series titled "Son of the Beach," which aired on FX. Vincent appeared in the show's second episode, credited as Sorority Girl. Vincent plays a college girl who is part of the Spring Break invasion on the beach, at the same time that some contaminated clams infest the waters causing severe disfiguring damage to anyone who heads into the water. Vincent's Sorority Girl is the first to hop into the ocean in an effort to impress the popular jock who has his eye on one of the lifeguards. While her character doesn't die from the contamination, she does become hideously green. Vincent would make another appearance on the series during its second season.

Season 1 of "Son of the Beach" is available on DVD

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Dwayne Cameron, Antonia Prebble & Beth Allen on "The Tribe" (2001)

Episode #29 of "The Tribe's" third series features some pleasant reunions amongst the Power Rangers alums. Dwayne Cameron's (Tyzonn, Overdrive) character Bray is happy to have the love his life back in the city, when Amber returns from her extended departure to reach out to other tribes to increase the numbers of the resistance against The Chosen who have most of the Mallrats hostage. Beth Allen (Vella, Overdrive) returns as Amber, the former leader of the Mallrats, who has a surprise of her own. During the climax of this episode Amber reveals to a stunned Bray that she's pregnant. Antonia Prebble (Clare, Mystic Force) also makes a bit of a return in this episode. After being sentenced to death by The Chosen and rescued by Bray, Trudy was sent to be with Amber outside of the city, in the hopes that Amber could knock Trudy from The Chosen's brainwashing. The tactic worked and Trudy returns to the city with a new look & a whole new state of mind. She is reunited with her daughter Brady who was liberated from The Chosen by the rebels in the previous episode. Trudy steps up to help Bray convince the other tribes to fight at the rebels' side to finish the war and free the city from The Chosen's reign of terror.

Dwayne Cameron

Antonia Prebble

Beth Allen

Series 3 of "The Tribe" is available on DVD (Non-US)

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