CBS (ended 2009)
|He's still as sexy as ever But i do prefer him a little scruffier, with the spiked hair and a little bit of grey coming in.|
Hi Guys, not long now before Without A Trace returns.I have to wait longer as i do not live in the U S.So it is great to get your views first.It is a brilliant show with an awesome cast,especially Anthony LaPaglia (Jack Malone) I hope there are some good strong storylines with plenty of action. And they do not change Jack Malone's character and make him weak,as he is fantastic the way he is.I also hope he gets his position back as leader soon,and the team get back to working together the way they used too. So please keep me in the loop thanks.
regards to you all
Cheers for now
|Thankfully this was nothing serious, but ALP was injured during the taping of his new movie, set to premiere next year. It was only a scratch apparently, but I'm wondering why this didn't come out in the summer... http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/story/0,26278,24428324-10388,00.html|
on poppypetal.org they have a few shots of sam from the episode rewind and that black top is under her suit jacket but it does say the big teaser in the episode description, so i dont think we will know either way, i hope im wrong but and it is the start of somethink for their characters, and not them undercover id be gutted
|Looks like Anthony is pulling out of Sydney FC as a part-owner. Bummer. It would have been a hard decision for him as we know how much he loves the game and has been a great supporter of his team.|
Look at it this way. He has gained experience and will now know what to do and what not to do when he gets seriously involved with another team. We know that he's definitely not giving up on ownership of a soccer team, just not SFC.
Apparently ALP delined an invitation to reinvest in SFC. Looks like a Russian businessman will buy out some of the shareholders and effectively own the club. ALP quoted "I'm no longer an effective part of the long-term future of the club. I've done everything I can in terms of supporting the club and the league. Time to move on".