Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Dan Ewing on "Home and Away" - 2 (2007)

The latest Black Ranger, Dan Ewing (Dillon, RPM) made his second appearance on "Home and Away" in Episode #4459. Ewing continued his role as Reuben Humphries a surfer dude who befriends main character Matilda Hunter and comforts her after the death of her mother. Matilda's growing closeness with Reuben doesn't sit well with her boyfriend Ric, especially after Matilda invites Reuben and his friends to a party at Ric's house. After Ric catches Reuben trying to kiss Matilda, they almost come to blows and later Ric finds his family's house torn apart. He assumes of course that Reuben is behind it, while Matilda is unsure what to believe anymore. At the end of the episode, she hops into Reuben's van and heads away from Summer Bay...for now.

"Home and Away" currently airs on Seven Network (Australia)

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Anna Hutchison & Jake Lindesay on "Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities" - 3 (2009)

Anna Hutchison (Lily, Jungle Fury) and Jake Lindesay (Ben, Mystic Force) continued their roles on the Aussie crime drama "Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities" into the series' fifth episode. Hutchison continues as Alison Dine who worries for her former boyfriend Wayne after she and her new beau Terry discover Wayne and two of Terry's other employees are spending all of their time doing drugs instead of staying focused on their drug trafficking work. Alison herself gets distracted from Terry's work when she realizes he's still seriously linked to his previous girlfriend who is the mother of his young son. She informs Alison that Terry will only keep her around until his next fling shows up, which Alison doesn't believe. Jake Lindesay reprises his role as Wayne Robb, Alison's ex-boyfriend who can't seem to shake his drug habit. When Alison fears Wayne will be killed by Terry for his insubordination she convinces Terry to give Wayne a large amount of cash so he can start up his own legitimate business and get out of the drug trade.

Anna Hutchison

Jake Lindesay

"Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities" is currently airing

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Paul Freeman in "Double Team" (1997)

"Double Team" featured the epic team-up of martial arts master Jean-Claude Van Damme and basketball bad boy Dennis Rodman. "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie" villain Paul Freeman (Ivan Ooze, MMPR: The Movie) was along for the ride. Freeman appeared in the film as Alex Goldsmythe, an assassin (like Van Damme's character) who is kept on the secluded island known as The Colony, where they are allowed to live after their presumed deaths in the outside world. When Van Damme escapes The Colony to defeat his nemesis Stavros, Freeman follows with orders to eliminate him before he can reveal he is alive. In the end, Freeman's character helps in the final battle and allows Van Damme to return to his family by faking his death once again.

"Double Team" is available on DVD

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Ron Roggé on "Leverage" (2009)

Lightspeed Rescue's Ron Roggé (Captain Mitchell, Lightspeed) made a brief guest appearance on the TNT original drama "Leverage" during the show's twelfth episode back in February. Roggé portrayed an unnamed pilot in the episode "The First David Job." He gets swindled by the con artist cast who need his plan to pull off their latest mission. He is led to believe his plane is under inspection by the FAA and needs to be taxied around the hangar, which allows the con artists to pretend the plane is arriving to meet their mark for the episode. Roggé appears in only one scene where he interacts with series regular Aldis Hodge.

"Leverage" airs on TNT

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