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America! F Yeah!
Jul 03, 2014
7 Fantastically Fun Shows Worth Binge Watching This Fourth of July Weekend
Instead of spending Independence Day in the ER, try watching these totally addicting shows instead.
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This One Is Kinda Dumb
Oct 13, 2012
News Briefs: J.J. Abrams Sells a Weird Undercover Cop Drama to The CW
Plus: Barack Obama will sit down with Jon Stewart, and Robot Chicken isn't done but The Great Escape is.
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Kevin Weisman Guest-Stars
Apr 06, 2012
Fairly Legal: Watch an Exclusive Clip from This Week's Episode (VIDEO)
In "Shine a Light," Kate must deal with a particularly sensitive arbitration surrounding a aeronautics engineer who's just been pink-slipped.
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They Both Have Lance
Jan 26, 2012
TV.com Throwdown, the Results Show: Which J.J. Abrams Show is Better, Lost or Fringe?
Which show reigned supreme as the favorite from super producer J.J. Abrams, the plane-crashy ABC hit, or the universe-hopping Fox drama?
For decades now there has been a steady stream of talented Australian actors and actresses heading to the US to "develop their careers".
Dec 24, 2010
Top 15 Aussies on US Television

Some make it and some break it, but either way there is currently a strong crop of Aussie stars making a big impact on US television and doing their home country proud!

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Over There
Sep 24, 2010
Fringe: Double the Fun
Fox's sci-fi show blazes new trails in Season 3 and becomes the show it was always meant to be.
SDCC 2010
Jul 12, 2010
Comic-Con 2010: Saturday's Don't-Miss-'Em TV Panels
Behold the Comic-Con 2010 TV panel highlights for Saturday, July 24.
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News Briefs
May 27, 2010
Is ABC Remaking Alias Already?
Plus: A lot of people stole Lost, American Idol's finale ratings indicate the fad is almost over, and Hulk Hogan sues a cartoon.
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News Briefs
Feb 24, 2010
Charlie Sheen "Dragged" to Rehab
Plus: Casting news for some awesome actors, casting news for some not-so-awesome actors, and MTV tells Generation X to suck it.
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Abigail Nassbaum from Asking the Wrong Questions ponders female roles in The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Jan 21, 2009
Blog Spotlight: Let's Hear It For the Girls? Sarah Connor Thoughts

A few weeks ago, Micole wrote a short piece about the qualities that make The Sarah Connor Chronicles unique in the television landscape.

I want to say something passionate and convincing about Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, something that will convince you all that this is the BEST SHOW ON TELEVISION, that will make you watch it, that will reprieve it from the imminent danger of cancelation, something about the prominence of women and women relating to women and women not talking about men and about the uncharacteristic depictions of men too

You can find my reaction at the time in the comments, concentrating mostly on the show's failings in the realm of plot while acknowledging its (sadly unusual) strengths as a depiction of women in positions of power and responsibility--strengths which are the main reason I continue to watch the show despite finding it disappointing, to the point ...

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Episode 17 Season 5
All the Time in the World (2)
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5.22.2006
Episode 16 Season 5
Reprisal (1)
Aired
5.22.2006
Episode 15 Season 5
No Hard Feelings
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5.17.2006
Episode 14 Season 5
I See Dead People
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5.10.2006
Episode 13 Season 5
30 Seconds
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5.3.2006
Sydney Anne Bristow
Jonathan 'Jack' Donahue Bristow
Michael C. Vaughn
Arvin Sloane
Marcus R. Dixon
Sydney Bristow was recruited as an undergrad to work for SD-6, which she thought was a government agency. However, when her fiancĂ© is killed by SD-6 agents, she finds out that SD-6 is actually a counter-government agency. Sydney approaches the CIA and becomes a double agent, which means that she goes on SD-6 missions, but passes the information about her missions to her CIA handler, Vaughn. Sydney's father, Jack Bristow, is also an double agent. Both had a distant relationship for years, but their present situation brings them closer together. Sydney and her father spend the first season trying to foil SD-6's missions and preventing them from getting their hands on what they are determined to get. For years SD-6 has fought against FTL and K-Directorate, two crime organizations that are also in the pursue of various artifacts build by the 15th century scientist and prophet, Milo Rambaldi. However, when a new player referred to as "The Man" comes to town, FTL and K-Directorate are put out of business and SD-6 engages in the pursue of this new mysterious opponent. After eliminating SD-6 and all of the other SD cells, Sydney, Marshall, Dixon, Jack, and Vaughn are now fully working for the CIA.moreless