Secret Girlfriend


Next Wednesday Comedy Central will premiere an all new show called “Secret Girlfriend” where the viewer is the star.  This new series takes an irreverent look at the lives of single guys in their 20s and follows you, your buddies and your multiple girlfriends as you deal with wild pool parties, bars, Internet fame and more.  Each episode is shot entirely from your point of view in which you navigate the local nightlife, hang out with friends, and try and decide which girlfriend to hang on to while keeping them from finding out about each other.

Below you’ll find all the details about this great new show along with some promo clips and previews from the first episode.

In the premiere episode, Sam and Phil are determined to get their buddy laid so he can move on from Mandy, his psycho ex-girlfriend. His luck turns around when he meets a cute girl named Jessica while out on a late-night beer run. Things progress nicely with Jessica, until Mandy breaks into his apartment wearing nothing but a guitar and a smile, ready to “make-up.” Meanwhile, Sam and Phil cast and produce their next big Internet hits, “Forkhead” and “Taserface” and discover the best thing about their favorite strip club – the delicious buffet.

Jay Rondot and Ross Novie, who created the original Webisodes and television pilot, serve as executive producers along with Ben Wexler. Maureen FitzPatrick oversaw development and production for FremantleMedia North America and Scott Landsman and Monika Zielinska are the executives in charge for COMEDY CENTRAL.

Casting Call
Sam has watched enough amateur porn to know that auditions are the best way to meet honeys.

Secret Girlfriend Starts Oct 7 10:30pm / 9:30c
Casting Call
Joke of the Day Stand-Up Comedy Free Online Games

Pitching a Tent
Sam and Phil want to see if Jessica can get two poles in the back hole of her tent.

Secret Girlfriend Starts Oct 7 10:30pm / 9:30c
Pitching a Tent
Joke of the Day Stand-Up Comedy Free Online Games



Tonight @ 9/8C the NBC network will premiere a new show called Trauma. I have seen a few promotional commercials for this up and coming series as well as full length trailer. And I for one am pretty excited about this show. Of course, I have concerns this particular series may be too intense for Network Television?

But, I want you to tell me what you think!

If you were one of the unlucky drivers who got unexpectedly diverted off I-280 in downtown San Francisco back in March, only to witness an enormous ball of flame explode from a crashed tractor trailer, you can now go see what all the hubbub was about. They were filming the trailer for Trauma. The video of that footage is now available for your viewing pleasure.

See what I mean about INTENSE!

About The Show:


I sure could use a new action packed, drama filled, medical series!

Is this something YOU would consider watching?

I will definitely be tuning to watch the series premiere and I will regale you all with a full length, in-depth review tomorrow!




Season Four is set to premiere TONIGHT at 10/9c on Sunday, September 27, 2009.

[Insert Meleah jumping up and down, screaming for joy and doing a totally-super-crazy-happy-dance.]

Showtime has announced Academy Award-nominated and Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe award-winner John Lithgow will be joining the cast of Dexter for all 12 episodes in the upcoming fourth season.


I think Lithgow will be an excellent addition to the show, considering how well he can pull of both creepy and funny. From what I’ve read, Lithgow will play a prolific serial killer named Walter Simmons, Miami’s latest serial killer and Dexter Morgan’s (Michael C. Hall) new nemesis.

Walter Simmons is described as an unassuming, mild-mannered suburbanite who has been living a dual life as one of America’s most prolific serial killers, dubbed the “Trinity Killer” because of his proclivity to kill in threes.

After being tracked by FBI special agent Frank Lundy (Keith Carradine), Simmons relocates to Miami, where Dexter is brought on to assist in the investigation and becomes fascinated with the killer’s skills.

After watching Dexter’s unsuccessful attempt to train Jimmy Smits’ Miguel Prado as a thoughtful and deliberate killer during season three, I think it will be very entertaining to watch Dexter become the student again.

I am so excited, I can’t even wait for it to hurry up and be 10 o’clock!


Law & Order SVU [Season 11 Premiere]


Hell. Yes.

I have loved this show since the day it aired [way back in the day] on the 20th of September, 1999.

And, I will NEVER grow tired of this noise.

Law And Order SVU Season Premieres TONIGHT on NBC @ 9/8 C!

[Congratulations to Law & Order: SVU for their four Emmy nominations.]

About The Show:

This hard-hitting and emotional series from NBC’s “Law & Order” brand chronicles the life and crimes of the Special Victims Unit of the New York Police Department, the elite squad of detectives who investigate sexually based crimes. Created by Emmy Award-winning producer Dick Wolf, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” is now entering its eleventh season. The program has received numerous citations from community-based organizations for the social issues it tackles, and the cast members are frequently recognized for the work they do off-screen to promote personal health and safety and other volunteer efforts and initiatives.


The drama follows Detective Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni, [who looks like my cousin!]), a seasoned veteran of the unit who has seen it all, and his partner, Detective Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay, [whom I LOVE!]), whose difficult past — a product of rape — is the reason she joined the unit.

Elliot Stabler:


Meloni is recognized as one of the most versatile actors today, taking on challenging and diverse roles in both television and film. He is well known for his portrayal of the duplicitous inmate Chris Keller on HBO’s critically praised series “Oz.” He moved to the right side of the law, however, on “Law & Order: SVU” where he was nominated for his first Emmy Award in 2006 as Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.


Olivia Benson:


In 2009, Hargitay (Detective Benson) garnered her sixth Emmy nomination for Lead Actress in a Drama Series, and won the 2006 Emmy for that category. In 2006, she received her third SAG nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series for her portrayal of Detective Benson. In 2005, Hargitay earned her first Golden Globe Award for Lead Actress in a Drama Series for the role and her second Emmy nomination; and in 2004, both an Emmy and a SAG nomination in the same category.


Donald Cragen:


Captain Donald Cragen, (Dann Florek, reprising the role he played on the first three seasons of “Law & Order” 1990-1993), oversees the unit with his tough but supportive approach to the team’s complex cases, guiding the squad through the challenges they face every day.


John Munch:


Detective John Munch, (Richard Belzer, “Homicide: Life on the Street”), a transfer from Baltimore’s homicide unit, brings his acerbic wit, conspiracy theories and street-honed investigative skills to the team.


Odafin “Fin” Tutuola:


Detective Odafin “Fin” Tutuola (Ice-T), adds his unique sense of humor and investigative experience, making him a formidable match for Munch.


B.D. Wong:


Forensic psychiatrist, George Huang (B.D. Wong), whose insight into the minds of the accused often provides significant clues that lead to the resolution of a case.


Tamara Tunie:


Medical Examiner Melinda Warner (Tamara Tunie) lend their skills to uncover forensic evidence.


Michaela McManus:


The new assistant district attorney Kim Grayleck (Michaela McManus).


In 2009, Ellen Burstyn, Brenda Blethyn, and Carol Burnett were all nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series.

In 2008, Cynthia Nixon won an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series, and Robin Williams earned a nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for their guest roles on “SVU”.

Leslie Caron was also awarded an Emmy at the 2007 Creative Arts Emmys for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.”

In 2007, the 19th Annual GLAAD Media Awards nominated ‘SVU’s’ “Sin” for an Outstanding Individual Episode.

In addition, Richard Belzer was nominated for a 2007 People’s Choice Award for Favorite Scene Stealing Star, and “Law & Order: SVU” was nominated for Best Drama.




Here’s to another season!

The Good Wife


The Good Wife,  is a new series on CBS airing TONIGHT at 10/9C. And, not to abuse the term LOVE, but I have always loved Julianna Margulies and Chris Noth. For. Real.

As for the premise of the show, Julianna Margulies plays the role of: Alicia Florrick, wife and mother who boldly assumes full responsibility for her family and re-enters the workforce after her husband’s very public sex and political corruption scandal lands him in jail. While Chris Noth who plays the role of: Peter Florrick, her husband, the cheating politician.

About The Show:

THE GOOD WIFE is a drama starring Emmy Award winner Julianna Margulies as a wife and mother who boldly assumes full responsibility for her family and re-enters the workforce after her husband’s very public sex and political corruption scandal lands him in jail. Pushing aside the betrayal and public humiliation caused by her husband, Peter, Alicia Florrick starts over by pursuing her original career as a defense attorney. As a junior associate at a prestigious Chicago law firm, she joins her longtime friend, former law school classmate and firm partner Will Gardner, who is interested to see how Alicia will perform after 13 years out of the courtroom. Alicia is grateful the firm’s top litigator, Diane Lockhart, offers to mentor her but discovers the offer has conditions and realizes she’s going to need to succeed on her own merit. Alicia’s main competition among the firm’s 20-something new recruits is Cary, a recent Harvard grad who is affable on the surface, but is competitive to the core. Fortunately, Alicia finds an ally in Kalinda, the firm’s tough in-house investigator. Gaining confidence every day, Alicia transforms herself from embarrassed politician’s scorned wife to resilient career woman, especially for the sake of providing a stable home for her children, 14-year-old Zach and 13-year-old Grace. For the first time in years, Alicia trades in her identity as the “good wife” and takes charge of her own destiny.

I am not sure this show will end up on my Must See TV list, but, it certainly something worth checking out! What do you think?



Um. Only “The Best Show EVER” also known as HOUSE will premiere TONIGHT on Fox @ 8/7c.

And, with a TWO HOUR special!

[Have I ever mentioned how much I love September television?]

I’m already wondering:

  • What’s going to happen to House now that he’s been admitted to the mental hospital, presumably for detox?
  • Will Cuddy finally have a chance this season?
  • How will things go for Cameron & Chase, now that they are newlyweds?
  • Will the team dynamics change with Kutner long gone?
  • What’s the future for Foreman and for Thirteen’s illness?

About The Show:

House is an innovative take on the medical drama, solves mysteries where the villain is a medical malady and the hero is an irreverent, controversial doctor who trusts no one, least of all his patients. DR. GREGORY HOUSE, devoid of bedside manner and dealing with his own constant physical pain, uses a cane that seems to punctuate his acerbic, brutally honest demeanor. His behavior often borders on antisocial, but House is a brilliant diagnostician whose unconventional thinking and flawless instincts afford him a great deal of respect. An infectious disease specialist, he thrives on the challenge of solving medical puzzles in order to save lives.

History & Milestones:

Celebrating its 100th episode milestone on Feb. 2, 2009, HOUSE is the winner of three Emmy Awards, including an award for creator and executive producer David Shore (Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series). The series has been honored with 17 Emmy Award nominations, including three for Outstanding Drama Series and three for Hugh Laurie (Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series). The series received the 2006 Humanitas Prize for the episode “Three Stories” and three Humanitas finalist honors, one each for the 2007 episode “House vs. God” and the 2005 episodes “Everybody Lies” and “Damned If You Do.” Additionally, HOUSE received two Golden Globe Awards for Laurie (Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series) and two Screen Actors Guild Awards for Laurie (Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series) as well as a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series) and two Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Television Series, Drama, and an NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Drama Series.

The show has also been honored by the American Film Institute as one of the TV Programs of the Year, and it received a Peabody Award for Best of Electronic Media, as well as two consecutive People’s Choice Awards for Favorite TV Drama, a People’s Choice Award for Hugh Laurie (Favorite Male TV Star) and the Writers Guild Award for Episodic Drama (“Autopsy”).

Where We Left Off?

Season Five ended with more than 100 episodes produced, House and Wilson have repaired their friendship in the aftermath of Amber’s death, Cuddy is fulfilling her dream of motherhood after adopting an infant girl, Foreman has started a relationship with Thirteen who continues to battle the deadly Huntington’s disease that threatens to shorten her lifespan dramatically, while House and Cuddy continue to determine exactly what type of relationship they share — if any.


“Her lips say no, but her hormones say ‘Oh my God, yes, more.”

“That’s the breakfast of relationships; most important one of the day.”

“It’s a universal daisy chain of peace and love that throws buns at people.”

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Oh…and HOW sexy is Hugh Laurie?


Curb Your Enthusiasm! [What?]


Hell! Yes!

And Hello!

Curb Your Enthusiasm is back for a ‘surprise‘ season, airing TONIGHT on HBO @ 9/8Cpm!

Seriously, there are very few shows that make me laugh out loud to the point where tears literally fall from my eyes. Moreover, there are very few shows that I can watch repeatedly and laugh JUST AS HARD as I did the first time I saw them. This show, just happens to be the kind of show!

Since Curb Your Enthusiasm has been off the air for sometime, I have found myself watching the series on HBO on-demand. And even though I can practically recite each episode word for word, I will STILL laugh [out loud].

But, I do have my reservations about this new season.

For one thing, Cheryl Hines [the actress who played Larry David’s wife up until now] will not be on the show as his wife. Cheryl left him during the last season. [For totally justifiable reasons.] This season, she will make cameo appearances as his ex. Which of course, will make things uncomfortable for Larry. [And that is promising.]

While Cheryl may not have been ‘The Best’ at improvisational comedy, she did create a identifiable persona that was valuable during the previous seasons. Therein lies my concern. I don’t know if the show will be the same without her?

Don’t get me wrong, I am a FAN of Vivica A Fox [who will be playing Larry’s new “Love Interest” as Loretta]. But…I don’t know how believable, or funny, or how well received she will be in this particular role. Only Time Will Tell!

About The Show:

CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM stars ‘Seinfeld’ co-creator Larry David as himself in an unsparing but tongue-in-cheek depiction of his life. Shot in a verite style and featuring celebrities playing themselves, the episodes are improvised by the actors from an outline created by David. The series also stars Cheryl Hines as David’s wife Cheryl, Jeff Garlin as David’s manager Jeff and Susie Essman as Jeff’s wife Susie.

The seventh season finds Larry continuing to cope with the aftermath of his separation from Cheryl, even as his life remains intertwined with Loretta Black (Vivica A. Fox) and her family.

CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM was nominated for four Emmys® in 2008, including Outstanding Comedy Series. It won the Golden Globe in the Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy category in 2002. In 2003, Robert B. Weide won a directing Emmys® for his work on the series. The series has also received awards from the Writers Guild of America, Directors Guild of America, Banff Television Festival, American Film Institute and Monte Carlo Television Festival, among others.



A Brand New Show Called COMMUNITY will air tonight at 930/830pm on NBC!

I have been anticipating the premiere of this show ever since I saw the first commercial. I am a huge fan of Joel McHale [host of The Soup on the E! Channel] and who doesn’t love Chevy Chase! C’mon now!

About The Show:

You might ask yourself, “What I can expect from Greendale Community College?” And to that, we say “What can’t you expect?” We pride ourselves on giving you, the community college student, more than you expect. We give you what you deserve.

The cast line up is superb with super star Chevy Chase (as Pierce) and actors Daniel Pudi (Abed), Gillian Jacobs (Britta), John Oliver (Duncan), Donald Glover (Troy), and Yvette Nicole Brown (Shirley). Joel McHale plays Jeff, a lawyer whose degree was found to be fraudulent and is forced to go to Community college to get a real degree. From what little I’ve seen in the commercials, the role appears to suit him perfectly. He brings his own overly confident sarcastic wit to the character which Soup fans [such as myself] will love. And I am betting new viewers will be won over by his softer side as we see the character struggle with how his life is progressing. The pilot see’s the group come together to study Spanish in a very Breakfast Club like fashion as they start to learn more about each other and themselves.

Seriously. Watch the four minuet preview here:

Ah yes. I love September television!



I love this freaking show!


Whoooooooo hoooooooooo!

Tonight, the FOX network @ 9/8C will premiere Season Two of  FRINGE !

As I’ve mentioned before, this show can be totally super gory and totally super creepy. And, I usually  save that kind of thing for DEXTER. And, in all honesty, Fringe is so Not My Kind Of Show, yet…I can’t look away. I have fallen in love with the characters and I have been anxiously anticipating this series premiere since last winter!

About The Show:

FRINGE returns for a second thrilling season that will continue to explore the unexplained phenomena and terrifying occurrences linked throughout the world – known simply as “The Pattern” – in pursuit of a larger, more shocking truth.

Set in Boston, the FBI’s Fringe Division formed when Special Agent OLIVIA DUNHAM enlisted the help of institutionalized “fringe” scientist WALTER BISHOP and his son, PETER, to save her partner and lover from a mind-bending death. Through unconventional and unorthodox methods.

The FRINGE team imagines and tests the impossibilities while investigating unbelievable events, macabre crimes, and mystifying cases involving pyrokinesis, neuroscience, cryonics, genetic engineering, astral projection, and other fantastical theories. When the unimaginable happens, it’s their job to stop it.

Agent PHILLIP BROYLES guides the group, while by-the-book Agent CHARLIE FRANCIS  and Junior Agent ASTRID FARNSWORTH  provide support and depth to the team.

Underscoring the unfolding mysteries, enigmatic Massive Dynamic executive NINA SHARP asserts that the advancement of technology is changing the world of science, and conversely, the science of the world.

I have to say, while I love Special Agent Olivia Dunham [playd by Anna Torv] – my FAVORITE character has to be Dr. Walter Bishop [played by John Noble]. I find myself enamored with all of Walter’s quirks, coupled with his selective memory, simply make him all the more lovable to me.

Where Did The Show Leave Off?

Let’s Re-Cap, via Walter’s Lab Notes:

New York = A gunshot victim is urgently wheeled into the hospital emergency room. One of the medics points out to the ER doctor that the gunshot wound isn’t the victim’s only injury. The victim is Nina Sharp, and her bionic arm has been torn open.

At the FBI = Broyles and Olivia discuss Nina’s condition. Charlie shows them video surveillance from the attack at Nina’s apartment building. A man wearing bandages on his face enters, kills the security guard, then shoots Nina as she is about to exit the elevator. As the man opens a briefcase full of bizarre surgical devices, he says something inaudible to one of his cronies. An FBI tech runs a voice recognition program on the man’s voice and gets a match: David Robert Jones.

Olivia wonders why Jones is wearing bandages. As it stands, it appears as though Jones is working for William Bell. She’s determined to bring Bell in for questioning. Broyles receives a call informing him Nina Sharp is out of surgery.

At the Harvard lab = Peter and Astrid realize that Walter is missing. They are making phone calls to find him when Olivia arrives, also needing to speak with Walter.

Walter is walking through a cemetery. He comes to a gravestone and stops, deep in thought. Several yards away, the OBSERVER stands and watches him.

David Robert Jones and his men arrive at a busy intersection in New York City and begin setting up some peculiar equipment in the middle of the road. Jones’s face is partially covered in bandages, and the visible parts of his skin have ugly yellow lesions.

Olivia visits Nina, who is being worked on by a team of Massive Dynamic medical technicians. When they are finished, Nina reiterates to Olivia that William Bell is not the problem. She says Jones used to work for Bell, but he was let go a number of years ago. Jones considered Bell a mentor and felt snubbed. She believes that Jones is intent on finding and killing Bell.

Nina tells Olivia that if she stops Jones, she will arrange a meeting between Olivia and Bell. But if Jones succeeds, all of the answers Olivia needs will die with Bell. Nina also reveals that Jones stole a very advanced energy cell from her bionic arm.

Back at the intersection = Jones places the energy cell he stole from Nina into the mysterious device and powers it up. The device emits a wall of sound, and then a shimmering window appears in the middle of the intersection. In the window is the exact same street, but with small differences — almost as though it’s a glimpse of the same street at a different time. Jones waits for the window to stabilize as a big rig truck heads straight for them. As the truck passes through the window, the window closes around the the truck, splitting it in half and setting it on fire. As pedestrians and cars swerve to avoid the fiery mess, Jones commands his men to do it again and get it right.

Somewhere on a beach = Walter and the Observer stand looking at a beach house. The Observer gives Walter a coin, which Walter appears to recognize. But the Observer explains that this isn’t the coin he’s thinking of; it’s from another place. There is more than one of everything, he says. The Observer asks if Walter knows what he needs to find, but Walter can’t remember.

Broyles brings Nina to the lab to talk with Walter. When they discover Walter is missing, both Broyles and Nina begin mobilizing their resources to search for him.

At the intersection = Charlie and Olivia question witnesses who tell them about the window and how the truck came out of nowhere. One of the witnesses says the man operating the device was wearing bandages.

Nina receives a surveillance photo of Walter stepping off a train in Grafton. Peter says his family used to own a beach house nearby that Walter was particularly fond of. Peter says he’ll go fetch Walter himself.

Charlie and Olivia receive an update. The driver doesn’t have any prints and the truck isn’t registered anywhere. Moreover, the VIN number and serial numbers for parts don’t exist. This truck was never made.

Peter arrives at the beach house and finds Walter upstairs, visibly upset and searching for something.

At the FBI = Olivia tells Nina and Broyles about the truck. Olivia reiterates her demand to meet with William Bell, saying she will turn the world over to find him. But Nina replies that Bell is not, in fact, in “this world.”

A park in Providence, Rhode Island. A group of kids are playing soccer when Jones and his team arrive.

At the FBI = Olivia explains the concept of multiple realities (“The Road Not Taken”) and how it’s possible that Bell is living in another universe. The window Jones opened at the intersection was a glimpse into this other universe. Nina suspects Jones is trying to cross over so he can find Bell. Just then, they get a phone call saying another event has occurred.

Back at the beach house = Walter ransacks a room, still searching. He is becoming increasingly agitated. To help calm Walter down, Peter begins to reminisce about their days at the beach house. He describes how Walter used to make pancakes for him, in the shape of whales. Walter listens, enjoying this moment of nostalgia — and suddenly he remembers why he’s at the beach house, and what he is looking for.

Olivia and Peter arrive at the soccer field = now a crime scene, and begin to interview people. Their descriptions match those of witnesses from the intersection: they saw a shimmering window that seemed to reveal the same park, yet slightly different. Olivia wonders why Jones chose these two places.

At the FBI = Olivia creates a map of all Pattern events in the Northeast corridor. As she finishes plotting these events, she has a revelation.

Walter finds an old box in a closet. On its top is a coin much like the one the observer gave him. He pockets the coin and hands the box to Peter.

Olivia explains her theory to Nina and Broyles. Using a computer, she shows how numerous Pattern events seem to radiate outward from the intersection. And a number of other Pattern events radiate outward from the soccer field.

Peter picks the lock of the box and Walter removes a device. He explains that when he and William Bell used to do LSD, they believed they were glimpsing other realities and set out to recreate that sensation without the hallucinogen. Bell believed that children could do this naturally, but socialization removed that ability. So Bell invented Cortexiphan, which, in theory, would preserve and amplify the ability. Around the same time, Walter says he lost something he was very fond of. So he built a device to cross over to another reality, so he could steal the duplicate of the thing he’d lost and take it back with him. But, Walter says, you can’t just cross over anywhere; it has to be done in the right place.

At the FBI = Nina explains that there are “soft spots” in the world — places where the fundamental laws of physics are deteriorating, partly as a result of human technological progress. If Jones successfully deploys the device in one of these soft spots, he could potentially cross over.

Walter tells Peter that if a door were opened between realities, things from “there” could potentially pass over “here.” So Walter built a plug to patch one of these holes. This plug is what was in the box. And Walter also knows where they need to go to use it.

Back at the FBI = Olivia is still piecing the Pattern sightings together. Not all of the events are accounted for by the radiating patterns from the intersection and park. She highlights the oldest Pattern events, and sees that these events all radiate outward from a third location: Reiden Lake.

Peter and Walter drive the station wagon to a spot in the woods near Reiden Lake. Walter shows Peter a coin. He tells Peter that when he was young, he became sick, and he took to collecting coins as a way of coping. The one in his hand was Peter’s favorite. But Peter says he doesn’t remember any of this. Without warning, men in black pull Peter and Walter from the car — but it turns out the men are FBI. Olivia tells the team to let them go. Off in the distance, they hear a noise and see a bright light filtering through the trees.

Jones and his men have already set up their device, and they have successfully opened up the window. A shimmering window shows an alternate view of the lake, where it appears to be raining even though the sky above the window is clear. A gunfight ensues between the FBI and Jones’s men. Meanwhile, Walter tells Peter he needs to point the plug at the window and press a button to make the window close.

Olivia creeps up behind Jones as the gunfight continues. She orders him to stop, but he ignores her and finally stabilizes the window. She shoots him. Once. Twice. But Jones, still standing, tells Olivia that the aftereffects of his teleportation (“Safe” and “Ability”) may eventually kill him, but until then they have made him very special.

Jones nears the window and prepares to cross over. Olivia runs to stop him. Peter is close behind with the plug. Jones pushes his way halfway through the window. Peter presses the button on the plug — and the window snaps shut on Jones, slicing him in half.

Later at the FBI = Olivia packs files from her office into a box. Broyles interrupts and tells her that they’ve received orders from the top to cease their investigation into William Bell.

At the Harvard Lab = Peter and Astrid find a note from Walter saying that he is going out for a while, but not to worry, he will be back.

Walter walks back through the cemetery. He stops in front of the same gravestone as before. He withdraws the coin from his pocket, his eyes now wet with tears. He places the coin on the top of the grave, which reads: Peter Bishop 1978-1985.

In her apartment, Olivia locks her gun and badge away. She gets a call from Nina asking if she can meet her at the Matsumi Hotel in Manhattan for breakfast the next day. Olivia kept up her end of the bargain by stopping Jones, so Nina will now arrange a meeting with William Bell.

Olivia drives into New York. As she enters the city a car suddenly pulls out in front of her — but she swerves and narrowly avoids a collision.

Olivia waits in the hotel dining room for Nina. After what seems like many hours, the dinning room is completely clear of patrons. Olivia, irritated, calls Nina’s office asking to speak with Ms. Sharp. Nina’s office informs her that Nina is out of the country.

Olivia leaves the dining room, boards an empty elevator, and presses DOWN. As it descends, there is a flicker, and Olivia gets a quick glimpse of people all around her in the elevator. But the effect subsides, and Olivia is again alone.

The elevator door opens to reveal a white hallway. She is greeted by a WOMAN who leads her into a cozy office. Olivia takes in the office’s details, notably a newspaper on the coffee table whose headline says that President Obama’s family will soon move into the “new White House.”

A man enters the room. He tells her he’s been waiting a very long time for this. Olivia wants to know where she is and who he is. As the man steps out of the shadows to reveal his craggy face, he says the answer to her first question is complicated, but the answer to her second is… that he is William Bell.

Olivia turns toward the window, admiring the top floor view of the New York skyline. But something is off; this view should not be possible. Olivia stands there perplexed, as we pull back to see that she is inside one tower of the still-standing World Trade Center.


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Jay Leno Hits Prime Time


The Jay Leno Show is to air on Prime Time television TONIGHT at 10/9C on NBC!

About The Show:

Jay Leno is gearing up for a new adventure in television with the fall premiere of “The Jay Leno Show.” The show will be the first-ever entertainment program [As opposed to his usual Talk Show format] to be stripped across primetime on broadcast network television and will showcase many of the features that have made Leno America’s late-night leader for more than a dozen years.

Before Leno followed in the footsteps of legendary NBC late-night hosts Steve Allen, Jack Paar and Johnny Carson as the host of the Emmy Award-winning and top-rated “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” he honed his comedy in clubs all over the country often exceeding 300 dates per year. He opened for the likes of Tom Jones and John Denver, and after moving to Los Angeles began his career in television and film, both writing behind the scenes and making appearances in shows such as “Welcome Back Kotter” and films including “American Hot Wax.” On March 2, 1977, Leno made his first appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” and was named permanent guest host in 1987. While he took over the desk full-time in 1992, Leno never stopped touring on the comedy circuit and still averages over 150 gigs a year.

Leno, recently named America’s Favorite TV Personality by the 2009 Harris Poll, continues to keep in touch with people by shaking hands and getting “one-on-one” time with audiences all over the country, whether he takes the stage at a small club or at his weekly shows in Vegas. Perhaps this is why he continues to exude the “everyman” style and personality that have helped him earn millions of fans worldwide. He has been touted as one of the nicest people in show business and undeniably the hardest working — a winning tandem for the man who says: “Anyone can have a life – careers are hard to come by!”

There are: Three Ways YOU Can Be On The Show!


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