Saturday, February 21, 2009

Sarah Michelle Gellar


Drawing by Krysart

Dollhouse episode 2- Target


Created by Joss Whedon, Dollhouse revolves around a secret agency that programs people to fulfill the needs, desires and wishes of their clients. Echo, a young and beautiful woman is one those agents, also called "Actives" who undergo brainwashing procedures after each mission they complete.



Dollhouse Season 1 episode 2: Target
Aired on Friday February 20, 2009 on Fox.

Guest Stars: Mark Sheppard as Tanaka and Karina Michel as Lubov's girl





Music from this episode:

  • "Get Out" by The Vines. ( Part where Echo & Richard go rafting.)
  • "Leave It On" by Delorentos. ( When Ballard phones Lubov.)



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Lipstick Jungle- Season 2



Created by Candace Bushnell (author of Sex and The City), "Lipstick Jungle" is about three powerful career women: Wendy Healy (Brooke Shields), president of Parador Pictures, Victory Ford (Lindsay Price), a high profile fashion designer, and Nico Reilly (Kim Raver), editor-in-chief of a hot selling fashion magazine named Bonfire Magazine.


Season 2 episodes:


Episode 1 : Chapter Eight: Pandora's Box (Aired on 9/24/2008)

Episode 2 : Chapter Nine: Help ! (Aired on 10/1/2008)

Episode 3 : Chapter Ten: Let it Be (Aired on 10/8/2008)

Episode 4 : Chapter Eleven: The F-Word (Aired on 10/22/2008)

Episode 5 : Chapter Twelve: Scary, Scary Night (Aired on 10/29/2008)

Episode 6 : Chapter Thirteen: The Lyin', the Bitch and the Wardrobe
(Aired on 10/31/2008)

Episode 7 : Chapter Fourteen: Let the Games Begin (Aired on 11/7/2008)

Episode 8 : Chapter Fifteen: Sisterhood of the Travelling Prada (Aired on 11/14/2008)

Episode 9 : Chapter Sixteen: Thanksgiving (Aired on 11/21/2008)

Episode 10 : Chapter Seventeen: Bye Bye Baby (Aired on 12/5/2008)

Episode 11 : Chapter Eighteen: Indecent Exposure
(Aired on 12/12/2008)

Episode 12 : Chapter Nineteen: Lover's Leaps (Aired on 1/2/2009)

Episode 13 : Chapter Twenty: La vie en Rose (Aired on 1/9/2009)



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I neither endorse, make any representations nor accept any liability (whether direct or indirect) for such third party web sites or their content, products or services offered at those web sites, or by their sponsoring companies.

Lipstick Jungle- Season 1



Created by Candace Bushnell (author of Sex and The City), "Lipstick Jungle" is about three powerful career women: Wendy Healy (Brooke Shields), president of Parador Pictures, Victory Ford (Lindsay Price), a high profile fashion designer, and Nico Reilly (Kim Raver), editor-in-chief of a hot selling fashion magazine named Bonfire Magazine.


Season1 episodes:


Episode 1 : Pilot (Aired on 2/7/2008)

Episode 2 : Chapter Two: Nothing Sacred (Aired on 2/14/2008)

Episode 3 : Chapter Three: Pink Poison (Aired on 2/21/2008)

Episode 4 : Chapter Four: Bombay Highway (Aired on 2/28/2008)

Episode 5 : Chapter Five: Dressed to Kill (Aired on 3/6/2008)

Episode 6 : Chapter Six: Take the High Road (Aired on 3/13/2008)

Episode 7 : Chapter Seven: Carpe Threesome, Part 1 & Part 2
(Aired on 3/20/2008)




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I neither endorse, make any representations nor accept any liability (whether direct or indirect) for such third party web sites or their content, products or services offered at those web sites, or by their sponsoring companies.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Lipstick Jungle Preview




Created by Candace Bushnell (author of Sex and The City), "Lipstick Jungle" is about three powerful career women: Wendy Healy (Brooke Shields), president of Parador Pictures, Victory Ford (Lindsay Price), a high profile fashion designer, and Nico Reilly (Kim Raver), editor-in-chief of a hot selling fashion magazine named Bonfire Magazine.
The show airs on NBC, Friday at 9:00.












Cast:


Brooke Shields (Wendy Healy)




Lindsay Price ( Victory Ford)




Kim Raver ( Nico Reilly)




Robert Buckley ( Kirby Atwood)




Paul Blackthorne ( Shane Healy)




Andrew McCarthy ( Joe Bennett)




Rosie Perez ( Dahlia Morales)





Lipstick Jungle- Music from Season 2





Episode 1: Pandora's Box

  • "Gotta Be Free," by Marcus Miller featuring Corinne Bailey Rae
  • "Right As Rain," by Adele
  • "What You Wanted," by Angus Stone & Julia Stone


Episode 2: Help !

  • "Sweet About Me," by Gabriella Cilmi
  • "Tell Me," by The Peak Show
  • "Like The Stars," by Easy Star All-Stars
  • "Set The Grass On Fire," by Elysian Fields
  • "Bottle It Up," by Sara Bareilles
  • "Better In Time," by Leona Lewis


Episode 3: Let it Be

  • "Breathe," By Lalah Hathaway
  • "Nobody's Baby," by Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings
  • "Worrisome Heart," by Melody Gardot


Episode 4: The F-Word

  • "Uh Huh," by Arrica Rose
  • "Stand," by Tasha Taylor


Episode 5: Scary, Scary Night

  • "Ode To Jerry," by Project Grand Slam
  • "For A Waltz," by Zimpala
  • "Lights and Music," by Cut Copy
  • "Hearts On Fire," by Cut Copy
  • "Sun Machine," by April March & Steve Hanft


Episode 6: The Lyin', the Bitch and the Wardrobe

  • "I Remember," by Rosey
  • "Sweet Lullaby," by Wunmi
  • "Paid My Dues," by Anastacia


Episode 7: Let the Games Begin

  • "Design," by Merrie Amsterburg
  • "Waiting For You," by Jess Tardy
  • "Bring Me What You Got," Mystikos Quintet
  • "Time Stands," by Ellen Warshaw


Episode 8: The Sisterhood of the Travelling Prada

  • "Awake," by The Nucc
  • "Marigold," by Barbara Cohen
  • "Peace," by Bodhi
  • "Wish You Well," by Katie Herzig
  • "Angel," by Natasha Bedingfield


Episode 9: Thanksgiving

  • "Nicaragua," by Bermudez Triangle
  • "Put your Arms Around Me," by Natasha Bedingfield
  • "Simple Mood," by Jenni Alpert


Episode 10: Bye Bye Baby

  • "Lipstick Jungle 1," by Noisola featuring Hamutal
  • "The Saddest Sound," by Lucy Wainwright Roche
  • "Bend your Mind," by Elysian Fiels
  • "Come Undone," by Juca


Episode 11: Indecent Exposure

  • "Bravely," by Mieka Pauley
  • "Perfect," by Reddi
  • "Slippery Light," by Eliane
  • "Surrender," by Sara Genn


Episode 12: Lover's Leaps

  • Whatta Man," by Love Grenade
  • "Soulmate," By Natasha Bedingfield
  • "This Is," by Lizz Wright
  • "Mad, Mad World," by Mozella
  • "Make You Feel My Love," by Adele


Episode 13: La Vie en Rose ?

  • "The Glitter" by Jessie Baylin
  • "Feel It Coming," by Sara Melson




Theme song: "The Bomb" by Bitter:Sweet

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Lipstick Jungle- Music from Season 1




Episode 1: Pilot
  • "I Get High" by Elmo
  • "Always On Your Side" by Sheryl Crow
  • "These Boots Are Made For Walkin' " by Nancy Sinatra
  • "Love Like This," by Natasha Bedingfield
  • "Salty Air," by Bittersweet
  • "Ohh La La," by Goldfrapp
  • "Taking A Chance On Love," by Renee Olstead
  • "I Am In Love With You," by Imogen Heap
  • "Glamorous," by Fergie


Episode 2: Nothing Sacred

  • "Starting Now" by Ingrid Michaelson
  • "Give It A Night," by Bella
  • "Passenger Fever," by Peggy Lee vs Iggy Pop
  • "Where I Stood," by Missy Higgins
  • "Teach Me Tonight," by Phoebe Snow


Episode 3: Pink Poison

  • "Stoned Soul Picnic," by Jill Sobule
  • "You Know I'm No Good" by Amy Winehouse
  • "Boomerang," by Jaylene Johnson


Episode 4: Bombay Highway

  • "Goddess," by Sultan Khan & Krishna Das
  • "Get What I Want," by Bitter:Sweet
  • "A National Anthem," by The Details
  • "You're My Flame," by Zero 7
  • "Wartime," by theStart
  • "Young Folks," by Peter, Bjorn & John
  • "Glow," by Rie Sinclair
  • "Karma," by Outsized


Episode 5: Dressed to Kill

  • "Ode To Jerry," by Project Grand Slam
  • "Out Of Tahini," by Project Grand Slam
  • "Riding The Berks," by Project Grand Slam
  • "Heat 2007," by Project Grand Slam
  • "A Ballad For Starters," by Jim Pearce
  • "The Lookout," by Jeff Lopez
  • "Love Song," by Sara Bareilles
  • "Escape Myself," by Nouvelle Vague


Episode 6: Take the High Road

  • "Wonders Never Cease," by Morcheeba
  • "Money," by Jesca Hoop
  • "Baby," by Zeep
  • "You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me," by Jennifer Leigh Warren & Corky Hale


Episode 7: Carpe Threesome

  • "Chains Of Love," by Kreesha Turner
  • "Big Sky," by Annie Lennox
  • "Someone Like Me," by Lindsay Price




Theme song: "The Bomb" by Bitter:Sweet


Dr Horrible's Sing-Along Blog


"Dr Horrible's Sing Along Blog "(2008) is a 43 minute musical film about an aspiring super villain who must balance his career, his nemesis and his pursuit of a beautiful do-gooder.
This is a musical created and written by Joss Whedon.
"Hulu", the main provider and free website that first broadcasted the film is only available in the US, so I decided to get the musical from itunes and broadcast it here, because it's not fair to Whedon's fans outside of the US.

Cast:

Neil Patrick Harris as "Dr Horrible"
Nathan Fillion as " Captain Hammer"
Felicia Day as "Penny"
Simon Helberg as "Moist"
Nick Towne as "Bad Horse Chorus #1"
Jed Whedon as "Bad Horse Chorus #2"
Rob Reinis as "Bad Horse Chorus #3 "
Otto Michael Penzato as "Van Driver"
Lance Lanfear as "Hawaiian Shirt Guy"


Enjoy !


Act1, Part 1
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Act 1, Part 2
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Act 2, Part 1
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Act 2, Part 2
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Act 3, Part 1
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Act 3, Part 2
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"Dr Horrible Sing-along blog" is a property of Joss and Jed Whedon.

Joss Whedon leaving TV for the Web ?


According to a recent interview in "Rolling Stone", the creator of sucesses like Buffy, Firefly and Dollhouse (well not yet for this last show) might be considering leaving TV networks to focus on broadcasting over the internet in the future. The reason behind this may be related to the pressures and limitations that TV networks put on producers to deliver a show, and the fact that profitability is often prioritized over quality. Then again, I'm just speaking my mind on the TV industry, area where I'm no expert but just an avid observer.


Short excerpt from the interview on the success of " Dr Horrible sing-along blog"on the internet:

"What what was it about Internet series first appealed to you?
I had been very interested in the idea of making things on the cheap with the people that I love and trust — low risk, medium yield kind of stuff where you can just do what you think is right and not have to worry."


Read the rest of the interview in Rolling Stone.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Kyle XY - Season 3 episode 6- Welcome to Latnok



Season 3 episode 6: Welcome to Latnok
Aired on February 16, 2009 on ABC Family.





Music from this episode: Coming soon


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I neither endorse, make any representations nor accept any liability (whether direct or indirect) for such third party web sites or their content, products or services offered at those web sites, or by their sponsoring companies.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Alexis Dziena on Entourage

Alexis Dziena, famous for playing Kira Underlay on "Invasion" or the bitchy ex-girlfriend Tris in "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist", will join the cast of Entourage for season 6.
She will be portraying Ashley, a beautiful, funny, smart, non-Hollywood-type who, to everyone's great surprise, develops an interest in Eric.

The Mentalist- Season 1 episode 15: Scarlett Fever


Created by Bruno Heller ("Rome", "Touching Evil"), is a TV show about Patrick Jane, an ex- psychic turned investigator, who helps the "CBI" (California Bureau of Investigation) solve crime.



Cast:

Simon Baker as "Patrick Jane"
Robin Tunney as "Agent Teresa Lisbon"
Amanda Righetti as "Agent Grace Van Pelt"
Tim Kang as " Agent Kendall Cho"
Owain Yeoman as " Wayne Rigsby"


Season 1 Episode 15 : Scarlett Fever
Airs on february 17, 2009.
But was magically made available here:




A murder at a country club is investigated by the CBI team.


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I neither endorse, make any representations nor accept any liability (whether direct or indirect) for such third party web sites or their content, products or services offered at those web sites, or by their sponsoring companies.

The Unusuals- April 8 on ABC

Created by Noah Hawley and produced by Denis Leary, Peter Tolan and Jim Serpico, (Rescue Me), The Unusuals is a new drama with sombre funny twist about the homicide division of a police department. The pilot is set to air on April 8, 2009 on ABC at 10:00 PM(ET).




ABC Promo Teaser

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Trailer

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CAST:



Amber Tamblyn (Detective Casey Shraeger)




Adam Goldberg (Detective Delahoy)



Harold Perrineau Jr. (Detective Leo Banks)



Jeremy Renner (Detective James Walsh)




Monique Curnen (Detective Beaumont)