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  1. I second that CeCi I am looking forward to Kayo's report too! I, as well, have seen every single episode since the pilot, and can't wait to get the answers to all of my questions... and like always this episode answered some, but left me with others... I so hope the finale doesn't end that way, because if it does, then I will be crazy one! lol The end will be bittersweet, I can't wait to see how they wrap it up but will miss watching it every week... Loved your insights Kayo!
  2. Thanks for the heads up! I knew it was in May but had totally forgotten...
  3. I have read all the books and loved them!! I just started watching the first season and I am really enjoying it so far. Because they are different from the books it keeps me interested to see what ways the characters will go... I will have to try to stay out of the forums so I don't ruin it for myself... lol
  4. Thanks SN! I hadn't seen her around any of the other sites I haunt, so I was just wondering... good to hear she is doing fine
  5. I googled BB live feeds back in season... one of the first ones anyways, found morty's and have been coming here ever since. It used to be a lot more than it is now, I can remember rivaling Jem and some others for post count lol those were some good times Made some good friends that I unfortunately don't keep in touch with very well anymore, lurk in here and check up on them but don't post much. Does anyone know what happened to Xandraskye? I haven't seen her around for along time maybe she has a new name?? there are some others that I never see anymore either. Hi to the old crew! and to the new one too!
  6. Hi Everyone! Here's to a great BB10!!! I plan to stop by a bit during it, I have been gone for awhile but remember all the good times! If I can get on here at work I will probably be around more! lol
  7. Loved seeing your ladybug pop up !

    Hope your having a nice holiday.

    See ya around....

  8. Here's a link to a media clip about Sawyer's soft side msn video And kayo that Lost fans parody is hilarious! Thanks for posting it!!
  9. Michael Emerson takes charge of The Others in third season of 'Lost' HONOLULU (AP) Wed, 27 Sep 2006 15:57:00 CST Actor Michael Emerson, a cast member of the hit ABC dramatic series "Lost." (AP Photo/Marco Garcia) Henry Gale wasn't supposed to survive this long. The cunning, bug-eyed character on ABC's castaway drama "Lost," played by Michael Emerson, was hired for three episodes midway through Season 2. But once producers saw Emerson in action, he was made into a key character and is now leading The Others in the highly anticipated third season. "The reason The Others seem so frightening is like everything in the real world - it's frightening when it's unknown," Emerson told The Associated Press. "Their agenda is unknown to us; therefore we fill it up with terrible imaginings." The former Broadway actor is best known to TV audiences for his Emmy-winning performance as a serial killer in "The Practice." Damon Lindelof, co-creator and executive producer of "Lost" (season premiere Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET), said the original plan was to have Henry escape after the three episodes. But Season 2 ended with Henry and his armed cadre on a dock, holding plane crash survivors Jack, Kate and Sawyer captive. "Who are you people?" asked Michael, who had betrayed his fellow castaways in exchange for his son. "We're the good guys," Henry replies. "I think he means it," Emerson said of his character (actors are typically kept in the dark about future plot developments). "We may not agree with him, but I think he believes it." Season 3 opens with Jack (Matthew Fox), Kate (Evangeline Lily) and Sawyer (Josh Holloway) in captivity. This season will explore why they were targeted; whether Sun's baby is really Jin's; Charlie trying to gain Claire's trust, a new woman catching Jack's attention; Locke and Sayid leading a group to rescue the three captives; and Desmond's wealthy lover trying to locate the island. "In Season 3, the show moves geographically and spiritually to another place," Emerson said. "We will be with The Others more. They will become more three-dimensional." He said viewers may even come to sympathize with The Others, who were on island long before the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815. "Who's really the intruder? Who's the bad guys? Who's upsetting who? Who has the right to be there?" Emerson said. Despite most of his scenes occurring in a small cell, Henry Gale has become one of the most compelling figures on "Lost." With a piercing stare, he transitions from victim to villain, keeping viewers guessing whether they should be sympathetic or scared. And while Locke was pushing buttons to save the world, Henry was busy pushing Locke's buttons. Could Henry be a psychologist, or just well read? "He seems to have a strong background in psychology, I would say," Emerson said. "He's beyond well read. He's really well read. That psychology stuff? That sounds good to me. He's not playing around when it comes to behaviour." Like his character, Emerson is articulate and intelligent. Unlike Henry, Emerson is personable and warm. While honing his skills on stage, he held several odd jobs as a landscaper, teacher, carpenter and illustrator while honing his skills on stage. "You know those Social Security statements that tell you what you made every year? I look back on that and think, 'This is insanely little money,"' Emerson said. "But I don't remember feeling very desperate about it. ... Despite my poverty, I was always sort of doing what I wanted to do." Emerson, 52, grew up in the small farming town of Toledo, Iowa, where he spent a lot of his unstructured childhood reading, drawing and day dreaming.He majored in theatre at Drake University and quickly became known as the small guy with a big voice. He then moved to New York City. "I thought Des Moines (Iowa) was this crazy big town. New York just knocked the wind out of me," he said. "I was looking for a big challenge and I found it." He moved to the South and eventually met his future wife, actress Carrie Preston, during a production of "Hamlet" at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. He followed her to New York and got his first major break as the lead in Moises Kaufman's "Gross Indecency." The name "Henry Gale" is as puzzling as Emerson's character. It's not even the character's real name. He at first presents himself as a rich businessman who crash landed on the island on a hot air balloon with his wife, who allegedly died. Henry Gale was Dorothy Gale's uncle in the film "The Wizard of Oz." In the 1938 classic, a hot air balloon was the mode of transportation for the Wizard and supposed to return Dorothy home to Kansas. "What does all that mean? Is it just fun or is it a clue?" Emerson asked. "Dorothy is sort of shipwrecked in a strange place far from home, but hers was a fantasy. It wasn't real. "It was a place where the moral order was sort of turned upside down or seen from a different perspective. On some level, it was a test of her as a person." The real Henry Gale on "Lost" is a dead black man who is buried near the damaged hot air balloon. That leaves even Emerson perplexed about who his character is. "I'm not sure how that's going to work out," he said. "It seems everybody kind of knows him as Henry now, but sooner or later, we're going to have to put a real name on him, aren't we? News from
  10. Upside I got to watch episode 1 and 2 ...... downside I'll probably have to wait for 2 weeks to get a new one 'Grey's Anatomy' fans lash out at CTV for airing wrong episode of hit show TORONTO (CP) Fri, 22 Sep 2006 09:35:00 CST E-mail this to a friend Angry "Grey's Anatomy" fans lashed out at CTV on Friday after the network inadvertently aired the second episode of the season rather than the season premiere. One blogger said: "Can I just say that CTV is a crappy irresponsible network?" "Yes, I know errors happen, but this is one of the biggest shows on TV these days," wrote carmen16. "(I'm) just not impressed." "Stupid people who don't know how to push buttons right. I am most seriously displeased," posted another who identified herself as "Lynda." Others who hadn't yet seen Episode 2 were concerned CTV's mistake would ruin it for them. "Now that I know that Canada got next week's episode, I'm going to be frightened of spoilers constantly until next week!" wrote "jasminelily." CTV spokesman Mike Cosentino said the network took in its regular satellite feed of the show thinking that it was the season premiere. "We were fed an incorrect show," he said Friday. "We are absolutely committed to delivering Episode 1 in its entirety to viewers. .... We recognize the scope of this situation." He said an airdate for the season premiere would be announced shortly. The error came as "Grey's Anatomy" made its much-anticipated debut in its new Thursday night timeslot. On CTV, the show airs at 8 p.m. ET, while the U.S. version airs at 9 p.m. on ABC. That means viewers could have watched Episode 2 on CTV and then tuned in to the season premiere on ABC. After a cliffhanger finale, "Grey's Anatomy" fans had waited all summer to see what would happen on the show, which follows the tumultuous lives of a group of Seattle doctors. Consentino called the CTV glitch a "good news/bad news scenario." "The bad news is viewers missed Episode 1 andwe're working on the right solution to remedy that, and the good news is Episode 2 is fantastic." News from
  11. While the show has ended for you guys, I am just getting started watching it here in Canada... Episode 3 is on tonight! Can't wait!!! I think it's safe enough now for me to go back and reread some of your posts from the beginning of this season. It'll be interesting to see what your thoughts on things were.
  12. Nicole and Keith's 'normal family wedding' halts a nation By Terri Judd Published: 26 June 2006 When you are one of the most bankable actresses in Hollywood, you can expect anything your heart desires - except privacy. Despite protestations by Nicole Kidman and country singer Keith Urban this week that they simply wanted a "normal" family wedding, a spectacle worthy of her box-office hit Moulin Rouge ensued. As the actress, 39, arrived at the imposing gothic-style St Patrick's College building in Sydney pursued by helicopters yesterday, she was greeted by a crowd of onlookers, many of whom had sought vantage points in trees and on walls. The cheering fans and throng of paparazzi surged forward towards the cream Rolls-Royce as the police tried to clear a path and security guards kept unwanted gatecrashers from scaling a high wire fence. Bemused friends and family
  13. Jem, I would love to be able to discuss this show with Crackers but I don't get it until the fall . I guess I could try downloading it from somewhere. She seems to be doing a pretty good job in here all by herself though!
  14. Here's another one for us to enjoy!