If you thought the Walkers had issues on Brothers & Sisters, wait until you see the Laurents in action.
"They may put the Walkers to shame," Gilles Marini, who plays Luc Laurent, tells TVGuide.com. "It is just pure drama, through and through. There's no other way to describe it. I don't think the Walkers have even dealt with something or someone like that before."
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That "someone" is Luc's mother, Gabriela (Sonia Braga), a life-of-the-party former screen siren who unexpectedly drops by Sunday's episode to visit her son ...
Lost's Season 6 premiere is less than two weeks away, and footage from the final season has finally arrived. But blink and you'll miss it.
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Sixteen seconds into ABC's latest promo is a brief shot of Claire (Emilie de Ravin), toting a gun in the jungle, à la a certain Frenchwoman. What does this tell us about the mystery of what she's been up to since she visited Christian Shepherd (John Terry) in the cabin?
Not much. But it's more illuminating than this:
The promo also revives almost subliminal-message speed images of some of the phrases flashed in the Dharma Initiative's Room 23, the island's designated spot for brainwashing. The messages? "Everything changes" and "Plant a good seed and you will joyfully gather fruit."
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Question: I know it's a little late, but I'd like to address the Emmy nominations. I think that Elizabeth Mitchell definitely was robbed of a Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series nod for Lost. Her work has been top-notch, and Juliet emerged as my favorite character this Lost season. Cheers for Michael Emerson and Terry O'Quinn on their nominations. They — especially Emerson as the enigmatic and chilling Ben — deserve it. But the person who perhaps deserves an Emmy nomination most of all, and who never gets noticed, is John Terry. Terry is such a fantastic (and underrated) actor, he actually makes you feel empathetic for Jack's father when you know you should be rooting for Jack. Lost definitely should've been nominated as a series, because the writing, directing and acting were excellent this past season (let's just forget about the prehiatus episodes and "Stranger in a Strange Land"). Once again, though, the Emmy nominations were utterly predictable. On another Lost topic, many ...
Question: Is it safe to assume that Jack and Claire on Lost are siblings, since John Terry, who plays Jack's dad, is scheduled to appear in her flashback episode next week?
Answer: I think it's safe to assume that that question will be answered.
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