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Mar 15th 2010 5:03PM It *is* "How You Like Me Now" by The Heavy. I have both of their albums. If you looks at the non-Super Bowl cuts of the Kia commercial, they actually show an iPod connected with the Heavy's album cover on it.
Welcome to modern America, as Dan says below. Sue everyone for everything. Eventually, something will stick.
Jan 20th 2010 10:59AM I could be proved completely wrong on this, but I'm not sure I'm sold on Peter's explanation of his meeting with Kate. When they showed the flashback, they tinted the whole scene a kind of yellow-ish color. It just felt off to me, as if they were hinting that this may not be accurate.
We'll see how it all plays out, I guess. That's not to say that Peter is the bad guy; it actually might be someone else. That's just my way of saying what he told Neal may not be 100% accurate.
Dec 31st 2009 8:13AM He actually was scheduled for a cameo in Trek, but was doing something that he could not get away from to film it. (I think it was Heroes, but I could be wrong.) In the end, he managed to do a voice cameo, as the young Kirk's uncle - he called Kirk as the latter was stealing his Corvette.
Nov 30th 2009 12:46PM I always thought that the 5th Column from CoH was the best one. I had a cool backstory, graphics, characters, etc. They've brought some of it back in the modern Council, but not to the extent that they were once. Hopefully, they'll rise up again! :)
Nov 3rd 2009 3:42PM I don't know. I agree that Tennant seems like a good casting for this role, but if I were him I'd have stayed as the Doctor instead. Between this show on NBC (which has no shows and a history of cancelling good ones) and just the general US TV landscape, he had a much safer bet in England.
Well, regardless, I'll tune in.
Oct 13th 2009 5:13PM Greg Grunberg (Parkman) also confirmed on his Twitter feed. "Yes, one of the main characters is getting killed off for realzies!! Sad but true. Really sad. Stay tuned."
Oct 12th 2009 3:36PM I dunno, this season has been so ... bizarre and weird that maybe he's cleaning house to get the writing back to where it should have been.
I'm a huge fan of the show, but this season has been all over the place, out of character and random that I have no idea what they're doing or where they're going with it.
Oct 12th 2009 3:30PM I am also a huge fan of JAG/NCIS, but LA just hasn't grabbed me like it's predecessors. It seems to be trying to be more action-oriented than NCIS is, but doesn't really put in enough action to pull it off.
Linda Hunt, while a fantastic actress, really is out of place in this show. O'Donnell and LL are good, and the pyschologist is okay, but the rest could all disappear, and I probably wouldn't notice or care. The technology is too over the top. The hands-on resizing and sliding display stuff is a gimmick, and not a good one at that.
I'm still recording and watching, because it can take shows a while to get off the ground, and the track record of its predecessors and the creator is good. However, if they don't make some major changes during or after this season, I may not be back next year.
Oct 5th 2009 3:20PM Here are some of my favs:
1. "The Invaders" - an old lady in the country being attacked by aliens in a miniature flying saucer.
2. "The Lonely" - A convict (Jack Warden) living alone on an asteroid gets a gift of a robotic woman for companionship.
3. "Time Enough At Last" - definitely one of the best.
4. "The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street" - a blackout makes neighbor turn on neighbor. A true classic.
5. "Two" - Charles Bronson and Elizabeth Montgomery are post-apocalyptic survivors.
6. "The Hunt" - A man goes out hunting with his dog and returns to find out he died.
Oct 1st 2009 6:29PM I'm with you. I bet it wouldn't be hard to get a posse. ;)