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VIDEO: The Falcon: Part 2

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The Falcon: Part 2
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Length: 50:30
Aired: 1/1/1969

The IMF plan to save a friendly monarchy from a dictator is jeopardized when Barney's mishap upsets a precise timetable for rescuing Francesca from burial in an ancient tomb. watch

VIDEO: The Falcon: Part 1

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The Falcon: Part 1
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Length: 50:28
Aired: 1/1/1969

Phelps and his task force set out to save a friendly monarchy from a dictator who's trying to assume control of the throne through a forced marriage with a royal cousin. watch

VIDEO: The Impulsive Froglok

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The Impulsive Froglok
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Length: 20:01:07
Aired: 7/25/2011

Jace and the crew are in Las Vegas for Sony Online Entertainment's annual Fan Faire celebration where we meet a very impulsive (drunk?) Shadow Knight Froglok. Back on Stargate Universe's 'Destiny' ship, the V queen, Jane Badler has taken her rightful seat which is now causing issues for Jace along with the SG:U and V casts. The IGN offices are no safe haven for Jace and Todd either as its time for a shakedown while we learn the best way to ensure an unbiased score is to not play the game being reviewed. All this and more, only on. The Jace Hall Show! watch


V: Stay Away From Vs

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The Lies and the Truth
Visiting the Visitors
The Impulsive Froglok
Mother's Day

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Year Title Description
2009 V TV Show Series, Actor - Diana
1994 Black Snow Movie, Actor - Shelby Collins
1988 Mission TV Show Series, Actor - Shannon Reed
1987 The Highwayman TV Show Series, Actor - Tania Winthrop
1984 V TV Show Series, Actor - Diana

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Matt's TV Week in Review

Hell to the yes!

We lead off this week's rundown with congratulations to New Directions for winning Regionals, but more to the point, to Glee for finally giving us something to sing about again, delivering an overdue winner of an episode that reminds us why we fell in love with this musical-comedy-fantasy in the first place. Seeing an episode that gets so many things right, after so many recent episodes that felt perilously off-key, has me wondering if Glee wouldn't be better off producing on a cable schedule of fewer episodes per season, allowing for more polish and less thematic incoherence. A moot point, because corporate greed and the show's own popularity would never allow it.

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Keck's Exclusives: Morena Baccarin on V's Deadly Season Finale

Spoiler Alert: This story contains major spoilers from Tuesday's V season finale. So if you've yet to watch, don't read!

Wow! Did you watch V's go-for-broke season finale last night? Series star Morena Baccarin didn't. Only because she's visiting her home in Brazil (where V's not shown), while awaiting word on whether or not ABC will renew her struggling series for a third season. The concluding episode of Season 2.... read more

V's Reptile Mama Drama

You thought your family had issues? You gotta feel for poor lizard princess Lisa (Laura Vandervoort), caught in the middle of a vicious power struggle between her sinister grandmother Diana (Jane Badler) and her cold, unfeeling mom, Anna (Morena Baccarin). In tonight's Season 2 finale, "Mother's Day," Diana and Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell) enlist Lisa to stage a coup against Anna, removing her from power before humanity is destroyed. "Lisa's never felt emotion or warmth from her mother," says Vandervoort. "So for her to be comforted by Erica has hit ...
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Roush Review: V Finale and More Tuesday Drama (Detroit, Lights Out)

"V" is for "vamping" — that's been the case for most of the life of ABC's re-imagined, if hardly re-energized, version of V. You know, the show where alien ships hover over Earth week after week, with nothing much happening as Evil Queen Anna coldly plots the destruction of humanity with all those pesky emotional souls while ...
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Keck's Exclusives: V's Finale Bloodbath

Leapin' lizards! V's March 15 season finale will kill off up to one-third of its cast! With only central characters Anna (Morena Baccarin) and Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell) safe, executive producer Scott Rosenbaum says two or "possibly even three" of the following actors have been let go: Scott Wolf (Chad), Logan Huffman (Tyler), Morris Chestnut (Ryan), Joel Gretsch (Father Jack), Laura Vandervoort (Lisa) and Jane Badler (Diana). Hoping the bold move will get him a third-season renewal from ABC, Rosenbaum says he chose his victims based on "what would be most devastating for the characters I want to continue." 

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