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VIDEO: CSI: Miami: Dude, Where's My Groom

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CSI: Miami: Dude, Where's My Groom
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Aired: 11/2/2009

The CSIs recreate a night of bachelor party debauchery in order to solve a murder and find a missing groom. watch

VIDEO: Dude, Where's My Groom?

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Dude, Where's My Groom?
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Length: 23:39:43
Aired: 11/2/2009

The CSIs recreate a night of bachelor party debauchery in order to solve a murder and find a missing groom. watch

VIDEO: Dude, Where's My Groom? [HD]

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Length: 44:00
Aired: 11/2/2009

The CSIs recreate a night of bachelor party debauchery in order to solve a murder and find a missing groom. watch

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Brooklyn Rules: Casino
Brooklyn Rules: Diner
Old Dogs: Stink Eye
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Credits

Year Title Description
2011 Torchwood TV Show Series, Actor - Esther Drummond
2009 Old Dogs Movie, Actor - Hot Waitress 2
2008 27 Dresses Movie, Actor - Boat Bride
2007 Brooklyn Rules Movie, Actor - Brooklyn Girl
2006 Daytime Emmy Awards TV Show Series, Appearing

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Torchwood Hits America: Captain Jack and the Gang Get Racy, Explosive in Miracle Day

When Jane Espenson was first approached about joining the writing staff of Torchwood, the veteran television writer whose credits include Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the rebooted Battlestar Galactica had just one thought: "It's going to be hard to get stakes higher than aliens wanting to gobble up the children of Earth."

Fortunately for fans waiting to see how immortal alien hunter Captain Jack Harkness would return after suffering the devastating losses he did in 2009's Torchwood: Children of Earth, series creator Russell T. Davies had just the ante-upping answer. For the U.K. hit's fourth season, (premiering Friday at 10/9c on Starz), he'd move the action from Cardiff, Wales across the pond (and into the bigger-budget land of pay cable), transform actor Bill Pullman into a worldly "monster," and hit Jack with a head-spinning reality in which everyone is cursed with living forever — except, suddenly, him.

Watch the trailer for Torchwood: Miracle Day

"Immortality sounds fantastic for about a second," says John Barrowman, who has played the unsinkable Jack since the sci-fi show's 2006 launch on BBC Three... read more

Torchwood Exclusive Video: Rex Matheson Finds Miracle Day a Pain

When conspiracies touch Torchwood, no one is safe. But this upcoming season, perhaps too many people are safe.

When sci-fi series Torchwood: Miracle Day premieres its fourth season on Friday, July 8 at 10/9c on Starz, we'll be introduced to a worldwide miracle: a day on which no one dies. Sounds pretty good, right?

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First Look: Torchwood Returns, With CIA Back-Up

Captain Jack is back! After a break of nearly two years, John Barrowman's omnisexual immortal time traveler and his alien-fighting organization will finally return for a new season of Torchwood on Friday, July 8. Subtitled Miracle Day, the 10-episode adventure moves to the show's new U.S. home, Starz.

When last seen in the summer of 2009 the Torchwood unit was decimated and its U.K. hub destroyed as the heroes successfully saved Earth's children from fearsome aliens and cowardly humans.... read more

Torchwood: Miracle Day: What Happens if Everyone is Immortal?

What if Captain Jack wasn't alone in his immortality? That's the premise of the new season of Torchwood — titled Torchwood: Miracle Day — which will launch on Starz later this year.

"The premise is a miracle happens to the world," series executive producer Russell T. Davies said Friday during the Television Critics Association's winter previews. "The old stay old and keep getting older. The dying keep dying, but no one quite dies. The possibility of death ceases to exist."

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