Natasha Gregson Wagner

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It's a Girl for 7th Heaven's Barry Watson

It's a girl for Barry Watson and his longtime girlfriend, Natasha Gregson Wagner, People reports.

Clover Clementyne Watson was born on May 30, weighing in...read more

Barry Watson and Natasha Gregson Wagner Have a Baby on the Way

Barry Watson will be a dad again.

The former 7th Heaven and Samantha Who? star and actress Natasha Gregson Wagner are expecting their first child together, People reports.

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VIDEO: Bloodline

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Bloodline
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Length: 43:24
Aired: 9/21/2006

In the overburdened emergency room of Chicago's County General Hospital, a Level One Trauma Center and teaching hospital, the difference between life and death often rests on split-second decisions. As a third-year resident, former nurse Dr. Abby Lockhart continues to assert her authority and responsibility in the emergency room, but the stress and complications of raising a child cause a rift between her and Attending Physician Dr. Luka Kovac. Chief of Staff Dr. Kerry Weaver remains a tough and determined hospital administrator who finds herself at a personal crossroads as she tries to strike a balance between her life as a doctor and the life she now wants as a woman and a mother. Nurse Sam Taggart tries to be a good mother to her own son, who is acting out as a result of his traumatic life. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2004 The 4400 TV Show Series, Actor - April
2003 Wonderland Movie, Actor - Barbara Richardson
2003 Sol Goode Movie, Actor - Brenda
2002 Vampires Movie, Actor - Zoey
2000 High Fidelity Movie, Actor - Caroline

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July 8, 2007: Pants on Fire

I don’t know how everyone else feels, but I’ve always been an April fan. It’s been like a look at the bizarro Diana. Of course, now she’s more like Diana-lite — or the female Gary Navarro (Sharif Atkins’ character, who could read minds and was therefore hired by the government). Yes, it was a little like a rehash of that second-season episode, but it seems in keeping with the cyclical nature of this season in the context of the larger mythology of the show.It certainly seems convenient that all of our main characters’ loved ones who’ve taken the shot develop abilities instead of dying (as 50 percent are supposed to), but it’s to be expected. In terms of abilities, April sure developed a convenient one. OK, maybe not convenient considering it got her boyfriend killed, but if she can prevent murders by getting corporate bigwigs to confess to hiring hit men to kill whistle-blowers, she’s at least contributing positively to society.Even ... read more

September 21, 2006: Bloodline

Hey ER fans better late than never right Thanks for your patience while we got the blog up and running Thankfully the 13th season of our venerable Thursday-night must-see kicked off right where the finale left off with Jerry Luka Abby and Sam all in various states of peril When we last saw Sam she was being tossed into a van by Steve and his fellow prison escapee Rafe For you Six Feet Under fans Rafe was played by Michael Weston the guy who brutalized David in a similarly creepy role a few years back And Mary the ER trainee turned gun-toting accomplice was played by Natasha Gregson Wagner daughter of the late Natalie Wood Their escape resulted in Jerry being shot and Luka being paralyzed and intubated helpless to assist a bleeding unconscious Abby As a devoted fan the sloppiness of some of the writing and character development in recent seasons has been frustrating This show is at its absolute best and always has been when we are watching the day-to-day read more

Here’s a moral dilemma: Should...

Here’s a moral dilemma: Should a Rwandan war criminal who killed hundreds of people receive amnesty if he can cure birth defects? Tom (unaware that his own son is a killer) sure didn’t think Edwin (Hill Harper) deserved forgiveness simply because he fixed a few chromosomes in utero. "We’re saving the future, but leaving justice behind," he roared. "Is this what you want to be a part of?" Diana retorted it wouldn’t be the first time that the U.S. recruited talented war criminals. Remember those Dr. Strangeloves who did so much for our nuclear expansion ("Mein Fuhr… um… mein Ike! I can split-en ze atom!")? Karma — the arbiter of all deeds — had the last laugh on Edwin, however, because the more Edwin used his gift, the more his health deteriorated. But if he stopped saving fetuses, he’d get shipped back to Rwanda, where death awaited him with palm-rubbing anticipation. "Some babies get saved, and you get your pound of flesh," snorted Diana. "How does that feel, Tom?" "It read more

This hypnotic episode reminded...

This hypnotic episode reminded me why I'm not crazy about the Book of Revelations. As Diana said, quoting it is "never a good sign" (are you listening, James Dobson?) especially if the person doing the quoting emits killer spores from her itchy, bubbling, blistered palms. You see, bipolar 4400 Jean Lynn Baker rationalized that she was sent back from the future to "purify the human race." Now if Jean's surname were "Koresh," I wouldn't have minded that Diana plugged her, but the poor woman was simply a helpless tool used to annihilate dozens of innocent people. Even true believers weren't immune (Exhibit A: the Bible-thumpin' trucker). If I were Tom, and I ran into the clown responsible for this 4400 crap, I would like to ask him what exactly he was hoping to accomplish with stunts like these before I delivered a spear-finger thrust to his trachea. Take Kyle, whose latest flashbacks confirmed he was Collier's killer. Who do you suppose he's going to trust with that partic read more

This hypnotic episode reminded...

This hypnotic episode reminded me why I'm not crazy about the Book of Revelations. As Diana said, quoting it is "never a good sign" (are you listening, James Dobson?) especially if the person doing the quoting emits killer spores from her itchy, bubbling, blistered palms. You see, bipolar 4400 Jean Lynn Baker rationalized that she was sent back from the future to "purify the human race." Now if Jean's surname were "Koresh," I wouldn't have minded that Diana plugged her, but the poor woman was simply a helpless tool used to annihilate dozens of innocent people. Even true believers weren't immune (Exhibit A: the Bible-thumpin' trucker). If I were Tom, and I ran into the clown responsible for this 4400 crap, I would like to ask him what exactly he was hoping to accomplish with stunts like these before I delivered a spear-finger thrust to his trachea. Take Kyle, whose latest flashbacks confirmed he was Collier's killer. Who do you suppose he's going to trust with that partic read more

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