domingo, 11 de septiembre de 2011
jueves, 7 de abril de 2011
sábado, 19 de junio de 2010
sábado, 19 de enero de 2008
TV Series:"Ugly Betty" (2006)
Original Air Date:13 December 2007
Cast (Episode Credited cast)
America Ferrera ... Betty Suarez
Eric Mabius ... Daniel Meade
Alan Dale ... Bradford Meade
Tony Plana ... Ignacio Suarez
Ana Ortiz ... Hilda Suarez
Ashley Jensen ... Christina McKinney
Mark Indelicato ... Justin Suarez
Michael Urie ... Marc St. James
Christopher Gorham ... Henry Grubstick
Rebecca Romijn ... Alexis
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Caroline Aaron ... Judge Biotch
Deena Adar ... Barrista
Michael Bachmann ... Police Officer
Anne Bellamy ... Judge Heller
Barry Bostwick ... Roger Adams
Rob Brownstein ... Dr. Weiss
Délé ... Woman
Louis Giambalvo ... Dr. Martelli
Judith Light ... Clair Meade
Alec Mapa ... Suzuki St. Pierre
Paul McCrane ... D.A. Weitz
Isaiah Mustafa ... Bailiff
Becki Newton ... Amanda Tanen
Christopher Riordan ... Collector
Angela Robinson ... Jury Foreman
Freddy Rodríguez ... Giovanni
Justin Scot ... Man
Vanessa Williams ... Wilhelmina Slater
domingo, 29 de abril de 2007
Third Season Episodes :: #320 "House Training"From this "page"click here
- April 24, 2007
- Written by
- Doris Egan
- Directed by
- Paul McCrane
- Music at the end:
- Matthew Ryan's "Follow the Leader" on the Album "From A Late Night High Rise"
- "trudyj" remarked on Television Without Pity's House Forum about Chase: "the comment that he'll remind her every Tuesday that he's still there reminded me of Lord Peter Wimsey proposing to Harriet on set dates, and warning her beforehand so she could ignore him."
- "sherlock21b" followed up on this by saying, "I thought of the Lord Peter connection, too... I think, however, the Tuesday selection was just a cute reference to House's airdate."
- From Fox:
- FOREMAN'S DIAGNOSIS OF A YOUNG, UNDERPRIVELEGED WOMAN FORCES HIM TO EXAMINE HIS OWN LIFE, WHILE HOUSE ATTEMPTS TO INVESTIGATE WILSON'S LOVE LIFE ON "HOUSE" TUESDAY, APRIL 24, ON FOX
Charles S. Dutton, Beverly Todd, Jane Adams Guest Star
The team takes on the case of Lupe, a young female scam artist who passes out while working a card-playing scheme on the streets. Lupe suffers from a lack of blood to the brain which had temporarily paralyzed her ability to make decisions or exercise free will. Measuring from her background, Foreman immediately suspects Lupe's condition stems from drug abuse, while Chase looks for other possibilities, such as toxins, in Lupe's apartment. Lupe senses Foreman's disdain for the decisions she's made in her life, and Foreman grapples with his own humble past when his parents come to visit him. When Lupe's symptoms worsen and her organs begin to shut down, Foreman and the team suspect cancer to be the culprit. Meanwhile, Cuddy and Wilson go out on a date to see an art exhibit together, and House probes Wilson's ex-wife about Wilson and his dating habits. When the team learns some devastating news about Lupe's condition, they realize that their own decisions, rather that Lupe's, may cost Lupe her life in the "House Training" episode of HOUSE airing Tuesday, April 24 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (HOU-320)
Guest Cast: Monique Gabriela Curnen as Lupe; Charles S. Dutton as Rodney Foreman; Beverly Todd as Alicia Foreman; Jane Adams as Bonnie
martes, 24 de abril de 2007
Gail Shister | Biting dust on '24' didn't shock him
By Gail Shister
He's a sniveling traitor; his brother's a crusader against evil, and his father's a shady arms dealer who smothers him.
For Philly boy Paul McCrane, life on 24 was never easy. Then, in the season's biggest shocker, he died.
Fans of Fox's hit thriller reached for oxygen masks Monday when James Cromwell's Phillip Bauer suddenly strangled his evil spawn, Graem.
McCrane, however, expected to die.
"I knew I'd only be on for a couple of episodes, so I assumed he'd be killed," he says. "On that show, if you're only on for a short time, you're probably going to die."
McCrane, 46, a Germantown native and Holy Ghost Prep alum, debuted last season as the mysterious puppetmaster behind President Logan (Gregory Itzin).
When 24 returned last month for its sixth season, Graem's identity as the treacherous brother of Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) was revealed.
Too weird? Hey, it's 24.
When McCrane read the script, "it seemed patently absurd, at first. Then I thought it was a riot. Because the show has established this roller-coaster, adrenaline-rush, twist-and-turn genre, anything goes."
Howard Gordon, a 24 executive producer, came up with the Cain-and-Abel storyline.
"I told the writers, 'This is probably a crazy, terrible idea, but what if Jack's brother is Paul McCrane?' It was preposterous, but almost instantly, we all decided it was too good to resist."
Equally hard to resist was the Shakespeare-meets-Bible idea of Graem dying by his father's hand. Other options were discussed - Graem escapes; Graem kills his father - but in the end, it was unanimous that Graem had to go.
"We weren't quite sure how he'd go, but we knew it would have to be in a pretty spectacular fashion," Gordon, 45, says.
"We felt it would describe, in some way, why Jack is Jack. He comes from a family of betrayal, avarice, misguided hubris."
To McCrane, it was business as usual. He's practically made a career of strange, gruesome demises.
On ER, as imperious Dr. Romano, his arm was severed by a helicopter blade. In a play in high school, his character was decapitated. In the '88 remake of The Blob, his Deputy Bill Briggs was pulled through a door. Backwards.
"It seems to be something I specialize in," McCrane says with a laugh. "I don't know what I did in a previous life, karmically, but it can't be too bad because the stuff isn't happening in real life."
With his boyish looks, McCrane began his career playing soft-spoken sensitive types. After his success as a lovelorn gay student in 1980's Fame, he had had enough.
"I was cast as every sort of fragile character there was. At some point in my 20s, I said I wanted to go up for bad guys. My representatives thought I was out of my mind. Then I got fairly successful doing bad guys."
"In the pantheon of 24 bad guys, he's one of the greats, and that's saying something. He's in good company. I actually still think of him as the kid from Fame."
The kid from Fame has a wife (jewelry designer Dana Kellin), a young son and a daughter, and he's making a name for himself as a director. He's done episodes of ER, Jericho, Without a Trace, and House, among others.
In fact, it was a directing job that necessitated a shortened gig on 24 this season, according to Gordon. "It was a happy accident that our situation and his availability coincided."
On another 24 note, Gordon says we haven't seen the last of ex-President Logan, presumably pacing in a prison cell.
"He'll figure into this season in a very interesting and great way. We need him. President Palmer [D.B. Woodside] needs him, and Jack needs him to help stop something very bad from happening."
Back to McCrane, Gordon says there's something about Philadelphians that makes them great at being bad.
"They've got guts. Only someone from Philly could stand up to Jack Bauer."