Stargate SG-1 is a Canadian-American military science fiction adventure television series and part of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Stargate franchise. The show, created by Brad Wright and Jonathan Glassner, is based on the 1994 science fiction film Stargate by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich; the television series was filmed around the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The series premiered on Showtime on July 27, 1997 and moved to the Sci Fi Channel on June 7, 2002; the story of Stargate SG-1 begins about a year after the events of the feature film, when the United States government learns that an ancient alien device called the Stargate can access a network of such devices on a multitude of planets. SG-1 is an elite United States Air Force special operations team, one of about 20 teams from Earth who explore the galaxy and defend against alien threats such as the Goa'uld, the Replicators and the Ori; the series draws upon Egyptian mythology, Greek mythology, Norse mythology and Arthurian legend.
The series was a ratings success for its first-run broadcasters and in syndication and was popular in Europe and Australia. Stargate SG-1 was honored with numerous awards and award nominations in its ten-season run, it spawned the animated television series Stargate Infinity, the live-action spin-off TV series Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe and the direct-to-DVD films Stargate: The Ark of Truth and Stargate: Continuum. Merchandise for Stargate SG-1 includes print media and an original audio series; the plot of Stargate SG-1 picks up a year after the conclusion of the events recounted in the original feature film. It follows the present-day adventures of a military team from Earth. SG-1 and a dozen other SG teams venture to distant planets using an alien portal known as a Stargate, which in the series is housed in a top-secret United States Air Force military base known as Stargate Command in the underground Cheyenne Mountain Complex in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In the first eight seasons, the mission of the SG teams is to explore the galaxy and search for alien technology and allies to defend Earth against the Goa'uld, a snake-like parasitic alien race that takes humans as unwilling hosts.
As explained in the series' backstory, the Goa'uld had transported human slaves from Earth to other habitable planets across the galaxy thousands of years ago and now pose as gods of old Earth mythologies Ancient Egypt. SG-1 learns that evolved human-like beings, known as the Ancients, had built the Stargate network millions of years earlier, before ascending to a higher plane of existence, after which they pledged not to interfere in the lives of other species; the Ori, a faction of the same race as the Ancients who instead use their powers to subjugate other species by religious indoctrination, assume the role of the main antagonists in Season 9 and Season 10. The pilot episode, set one year after the events of the original feature film, introduces the Goa'uld System Lord and main villain Apophis as he attacks Earth's mothballed SGC military base through the Stargate and kidnaps an airman; the SGC is brought back into action when the Stargate is revealed to be part of an interplanetary network connecting countless planets.
SG teams are created to help defend Earth against the Goa'uld, who have interstellar pyramid warships and vast armies of Jaffa at their disposal. Earth's flagship team SG-1, which includes Apophis's defected First Prime Teal'c, initiates several alliances with other cultures in the galaxy, such as the Goa'uld-like but symbiotic Tok'ra, the advanced human Tollan, the pacifist Nox, the benevolent Roswell-alien Asgard and remnants of the powerful Ancients. Another alien threat arises in the Season 3 finale in the form of sentient machines called Replicators. Meanwhile, rogue agents of a shadowy intelligence agency on Earth, the NID attempt to take control of the Stargate and other alien technology. Despite Apophis's death in the beginning of Season 5, the Goa'uld Empire remains a major foe in Stargate SG-1 until the end of Season 8; the only influential Goa'uld in the last two seasons of Stargate SG-1 is the System Lord Ba'al, defeated in the direct-to-DVD film Stargate: Continuum. After Apophis's defeat in the Season 5 premiere, the half-Ascended Goa'uld System Lord Anubis assumes the role of the primary antagonist of the show.
This new villain possesses much of the knowledge of their technology. While Earth builds its first interstellar spaceship in seasons Season 6 and Season 7, Anubis creates an army of invincible Kull Warriors and wipes out or subordinates most of his adversaries amongst the System Lords. In the Season 7 finale, SG-1 discovers a powerful weapon in an Ancient outpost in Antarctica that annihilates Anubis's entire fleet and sets the stage for the spin-off series Stargate Atlantis. Ba'al subsumes much of Anubis's power in Season 8, while Anubis, who survived the destruction of his fleet in a disembodied form begins to re-assert his influence. Human-form Replicators begin to conquer the System Lords, but SG-1 finds and adjusts an Ancient weapon to destroy all Replicators throughout the galaxy. Near the end of Season 8, it is revealed that the benevolent Ascended being Oma Desala is responsible for Anubis's original ascension; when she engages Anubis in an eternal stalemated battle on the Ascended plane to prevent his acting on the mortal plane, the Replicators and most System Lords have al
Yes Man (film)
Yes Man is a 2008 comedy film directed by Peyton Reed, written by Nicholas Stoller, Jarrad Paul, Andrew Mogel and starring Jim Carrey and co-starring Zooey Deschanel. The film is based loosely on the 2005 book of the same name by British humorist Danny Wallace, who makes a cameo appearance in the film. Production for the film began in Los Angeles in October 2007, it was released on December 19, 2008 in the United States and was released in the United Kingdom on December 26, 2008. It received mixed reviews from critics. Bank loan officer Carl Allen has become withdrawn since his divorce from his former wife Stephanie, he has an negative outlook on his life and ignores his friends Pete and Rooney. An old colleague, Nick Lane suggests that he goes to a motivational "Yes!" Seminar with him, which encourages its attendants to seize the opportunity to say "Yes!". Carl meets inspirational guru Terrence Bundley. Bundley publicly forces a reluctant Carl to promise to answer "Yes!" to every opportunity, request, or invitation that presents itself.
Carl says yes to a homeless man's request and is stranded in Elysian Park. Disillusioned, he hikes to a gas station where he meets an unorthodox young woman, she kisses him before leaving. After this positive experience, Carl feels more optimistic about saying yes. However, he refuses oral sex from his elderly neighbor Tillie, falls down the stairs and is nearly attacked by a dog. Seeing the repercussions of saying no, he goes back to Tillie and to his surprise enjoys the moment. Carl starts to seize every opportunity, he renews his friendships with Rooney. He earns a corporate promotion at work and, making use of his guitar lessons, plays Third Eye Blind's song "Jumper" to persuade a man not to commit suicide. Accepting a band flyer outside of a coffee shop, he sees an idiosyncratic band called Munchausen by Proxy, he is charmed by her quirkiness. Carl and Allison meet at the airport for a spontaneous weekend excursion. Having decided to take the first plane out of town, regardless of its destination, they end up in Lincoln, where they bond more.
Allison asks Carl to move in with her and he hesitantly agrees. While checking in for the return flight and Allison are detained by FBI agents who have profiled him as a potential terrorist because he has taken flying lessons, studied Korean, approved a loan to a fertilizer company, met an Iranian, bought plane tickets at the last minute. Pete, his attorney, travels to Nebraska to explain Carl's odd habits and decisions; as she finds out about Carl's motivational covenant, Allison begins to doubt whether his commitment to her was sincere. Deciding that she can no longer trust him, Allison leaves Carl and refuses to return his phone calls. Carl's life takes a turn for the worse and he forgets about Lucy's shower, he manages to arrange a major surprise shower, set his friend Norm up with Soo-Mi, a Korean girl, Rooney with Tillie. After the party, Carl receives a tearful phone call from Stephanie, whose new boyfriend has walked out on her; when Carl goes to Stephanie's apartment to comfort her, she kisses him and asks him to spend the night with her.
After Carl emphatically says no, his luck takes a turn for the worse and he decides to end his commitment to the covenant. Carl goes to the convention center and hides in the backseat of Terrence's convertible so that he can beg to be released from the covenant. Carl emerges as Terrence drives off, an oncoming vehicle collides with Terrence, resulting in the two being taken to a hospital. After Carl recovers consciousness, Terrence tells Carl that the covenant was not real, but it was a starting point to open Carl's mind to other possibilities, not to permanently take away his ability to say no if he needed to. Freed from this restraint, Carl finds Allison teaching a sports-photography lesson and admits that he is not ready to move in with her just yet, but that he genuinely loves her, they reconcile with a kiss as Allison's students take pictures. Yes Man is based on a memoir of the same name by British humourist Danny Wallace; the book tells of the 6-month period in which he committed himself to saying'Yes' to everything based on a brief conversation with a stranger he met on the bus.
Wallace has a cameo in the film, in the final bar-scene of the movie, in which he is speaking to someone behind Danny Masterson. Jim Carrey declined an upfront salary for his role in the film, he was instead paid 36.2% of the film's gross after its production and marketing costs were recovered. During shooting of a scene where Carrey's character bungee jumps off a bridge, Carrey interrupted and asked to do the stunt himself. Carrey stated to the stunt double that he intended to do it in one take; when he jumps off, he is seen taking out a cell phone for the scene. While shooting the scene in the bar where Carrey's character turns around into a waitress and falls flat on his back, Carrey executed the stunt incorrectly and fell to the floor harder than he expected, breaking three ribs in the process. Carrey mastered basic Korean for a scene. A language coach was hired to help Carrey learn the language accurately; this was the same process for the scenes.
Weird Science (TV series)
Weird Science is an American television sitcom, based on the 1985 film of the same name, that aired on the USA Network from March 5, 1994 until July 25, 1998. The series follows the adventures of Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly, two inept high school students in a fictional town in California. Together, using Wyatt's computer, they try to create a computer simulation of a perfect woman in order to practice communicating with girls. However, a freak lightning storm brings her to life, creating Lisa – a drop-dead gorgeous genius with the powers of a "magic genie". In the pilot episode, Gary claims that creating Lisa is possible because he "saw it in a John Hughes movie", referring to the original Weird Science movie. John Mallory Asher takes over the role of Gary Wallace. Unlike his counterpart in the film, Gary is a poor student and a slacker, always looking for shortcuts to get what he wants. Gary is a nice guy and nerdy. Sometimes he is successful with women, his father, Al is a tow-truck driver.
His mother Emily is played by Asher's real life mother. Michael Manasseri takes over the role of Wyatt Donnelly. Wyatt's wealthy parents are out of town, leaving him and his older brother Chett alone in the house. Most stories have him as the more cautious member of the group, more reluctant than Gary to use Lisa's magic. A few more seasons, he was more excited for Lisa to help them out. Just like Gary, they are labeled as outsiders, he is more popular with girls than Gary, several episodes feature Gary being interested in a girl who likes Wyatt instead. Vanessa Angel takes over the role of Lisa, she describes herself as a "magic genie", able to grant the boys' wishes, though she does this out of choice rather than duty and is free to deny them any wish she does not want to grant. Once she grants a wish, Lisa is unable to reverse it. Other than those basic rules, the limits of her powers are never defined, she seems to get more or less powerful depending on what a particular episode's plot requires.
Although she is physically manifested, she is still a program running on Wyatt's computer, she ceases to appear if the computer is switched off. She is addicted to Chunky Monkey ice cream, she is more like the big mother figure of the series to the boys. Lee Tergesen takes over the role of Chester "Chett" Donnelly. Chett is a military school graduate who turned down his commission, claiming that he did not want to be sent overseas to work for "Third-World slackers". Paranoid and angry, he takes out his frustrations on Wyatt and Gary, though less sadistically than in the movie, he has a vendetta against Scampi, principal of the boys' high school, whom he remembers when he was "Ass-istant Principal Scampi". It was revealed in the series finale that Scampi is indeed Chett's true biological father since he met Emily before she and Al got married. Most episodes have Chett getting caught up unwittingly in the magical shenanigans getting hurt or transformed without knowing what is going on. In the fourth season episode, "Master Chett," to expand Lee Tergesen's role, Chett was let in on the secret of Lisa's existence.
He has hints of sexual tension with Lisa. The two start to fall in love. Weird Science was produced by St. Clare Entertainment in association with Universal Television. Premiering on March 1, 1994, the show ran for five seasons on the USA Network for a total of 88 episodes. However, new episodes ceased airing in 1997 with the final six still unaired, they would air in the United States the following year on the Sci-Fi Channel. The theme song for the series was "Weird Science" by Oingo Boingo, the same as that used in the movie. John Hughes had no involvement with the television version of his film; the creators and showrunners of the series were Alan Cross. Kari Lizer, one of the staff writers, who went on to create The New Adventures of Old Christine, said, "Weird Science turned out to be the best job because it made me realize I was more than an actress who could write monologues for herself, it turned me into a real writer because I had to write about things that weren’t close to home."Seth Green was one of the finalists for the part of Gary.
He had a guest appearance in season 2 episode 1, "Lisa's Virus". On January 1, 2008, A&E Home Video released the complete first and second seasons of Weird Science on DVD in Region 1. Australia received a Complete Series release on DVD on August 16, 2017. Official Website Weird Science at TV.com Weird Science on IMDb
Seinfeld is an American television sitcom that ran for nine seasons on NBC, from 1989 to 1998. It was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, with the latter starring as a fictionalized version of himself. Set predominantly in an apartment building in Manhattan's Upper West Side in New York City, the show features a handful of Jerry's friends and acquaintances, including best friend George Costanza and former girlfriend Elaine Benes, neighbor across the hall Cosmo Kramer, it is described as being "a show about nothing", as many of its episodes are about the minutiae of daily life. Seinfeld was produced by Castle Rock Entertainment. In syndication, the series has been distributed by Columbia TriStar Television Distribution and since 2002, Sony Pictures Television, it was written by David and Seinfeld with script writers who included Larry Charles, Peter Mehlman, Gregg Kavet, Carol Leifer, David Mandel, Jeff Schaffer, Steve Koren, Jennifer Crittenden, Tom Gammill, Max Pross, Dan O'Keefe, Charlie Rubin, Marjorie Gross, Alec Berg, Elaine Pope, Spike Feresten.
A favorite among critics, the series led the Nielsen ratings in seasons six and nine, finished among the top two every year from 1994 to 1998. Seinfeld is regarded as one of the greatest and most influential sitcoms of all-time, it has been ranked among the best television shows of all time in publications such as Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, TV Guide. The show's most renowned episodes include "The Chinese Restaurant", "The Parking Garage", "The Contest". In 2013, the Writers Guild of America voted it the No. 2 Best Written TV Series of All Time. E! named the series the "Number 1 reason the'90s ruled", quotes from numerous episodes have become catchphrases in popular culture. Main Jerry Seinfeld – Jerry is a "minor celeb" stand-up comedian, depicted as "the voice of reason" amidst the general insanity generated by the people in his world; the in-show character is a mild germaphobe and neat freak, as well as an avid Superman, New York Mets and breakfast cereal fan. Jerry's apartment is the center of a focus of the show.
Elaine Benes – Elaine is Jerry's ex-girlfriend and friend. She is attractive and genial, while being humorous and impulsive, she sometimes has a tendency to be too honest with people, which gets her into trouble. She gets caught up in her boyfriends' quirks, eccentric employers' unusual behaviors and idiosyncrasies, the maladjustment of total strangers, she tends to make poor choices in men she chooses to date and is overly reactive. First she works at Pendant Publishing with Mr. Lippman, is hired as a personal assistant for Mr. Pitt, works for the J. Peterman catalogue as a glorified assistant. Elaine is popularly described as an amalgamation of David's and Seinfeld's girlfriends during their early days in New York as struggling comedians. Cosmo Kramer – Kramer is Jerry's lovable rogue neighbor, his trademarks include his humorous upright pompadour hairstyle, vintage clothes, energetic sliding bursts through Jerry's apartment door. Kramer was based on a neighbor of David's during his amateur comedic years in Manhattan.
At times, he appears naïve, ignorant, at other times, intelligent and well-read. This is seen in his success with employers, he has been described as a "hipster doofus". Although he never holds a steady job, he is short of money and invents wacky schemes that work at first eventually fail. Kramer is longtime friends with Newman, they work well together despite their differences. George Costanza – George is Jerry's best friend, has been since high school, he is miserly, dishonest and envious of others' achievements. He is depicted as a loser, perpetually insecure about his capabilities, he complains and lies about his profession and everything else, which creates trouble for him later. He uses the alias Art Vandelay when lying or concocting a cover story. Despite these shortcomings, George has a sense of loyalty to his friends and success in dating women and secures a successful career as Assistant to the Traveling Secretary for the New York Yankees. Recurring Many characters have made multiple appearances, like Jerry's nemesis Newman and his Uncle Leo.
In addition to recurring characters, Seinfeld features numerous celebrities who appear as themselves or girlfriends, boyfriends and other acquaintances. Many actors who made guest appearances became household names in their careers, or were well known. Many Seinfeld episodes are based on the writers' real-life experiences, with the experiences reinterpreted for the characters' storylines. For example, George's storyline, "The Revenge", is based on Larry David's experience at Saturday Night Live. "The Contest" is based on David's experiences. "The Smelly Car" storyline is based on Peter Mehlman's lawyer friend, who could not get a bad smell out of his car. "The Strike" is based on Dan O'Keefe's dad. Other stories take on a variety of turns. "The Chinese Restaurant" consists of George and Elaine waiting for a table throughout the entire episode. "The Boyfriend", revolving around Keith Hernandez, extends through 2 episodes. "The Betrayal" is famous for using reverse chronology, was inspired by a similar plot devic
Lie to Me (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
"Lie to Me" is the seventh episode of the second season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It aired on November 3, 1997. In a school hallway, a young man sneaks up behind Buffy and surprises her. Buffy introduces him to Willow and Xander as her friend Ford, with whom she attended school in Los Angeles, he explains. At the Bronze, Ford entertains Xander with embarrassing stories about Buffy. Buffy introduces Angel to Ford, whom Angel doesn't trust. In the alley behind the Bronze, Buffy stakes a vampire and Ford reveals that he knows that she is the Slayer. Angel shows up at Willow's bedroom to ask for help tracking down Ford on the internet. Willow finds that Ford is not registered at Sunnydale High; the next night and Ford see two vampires running onto campus. Out of sight of Buffy, Ford holds a stake to a vampire's heart and threatens to kill it unless it does what he wants; when Buffy finds Ford again he claims to have killed the vampire. Meanwhile, Xander and Angel visit the Sunset Club, the only address Willow has found for Ford.
The patrons romanticize and sympathize vampires, whom they refer to as "the Lonely Ones," and Angel can not help but scoff. Buffy meets Giles and Ms. Calendar, she sees a picture of Drusilla among Giles' research. Giles explains that she was Spike's lover killed by an angry mob in Prague, but Buffy tells him that she is still alive and that she saw her with Angel. Soon, a vampire storms out of Giles' study with a book. Buffy recognizes it as the vampire Ford said he had killed. Ford asks to be made a vampire; the idea does not interest Spike. That night, Angel comes to Buffy's house to tell her about Ford's club. Buffy goes to the Sunset Club where Ford explains that he was counting on Buffy figuring out his plan. Buffy pleads with him to let the other club members go. Ford interrupts to tell her that he will be dead within six months, he admits to her that the other people will not be changed. Within minutes of sunset, the vampires arrive and begin feeding. Ford attacks Buffy. Buffy threatens to stake her.
Spike orders the vampires to stop feeding. Buffy demands; the former vampire worshippers flee and Buffy follows. Ford is still unconscious on the floor as Buffy closes the door, locking all the vampires inside with him. Ford awakens and, since he held up his end of the bargain by luring the Slayer, demands that Spike holds up his end of the bargain and sire him. Shrugging off this latest defeat, Spike does so. A few nights Buffy and Giles are waiting over Ford's grave. Ford's vampire self emerges and Buffy stakes her former friend. "Lie to Me" had an audience of 3.4 million households on its original airing. "Lie to Me" marks the first appearance of the character "Chanterelle", who will reappear in the Season Three premiere as "Lily" and will become a minor, recurring character in Angel under the name Anne Steele. The Scoobies become aware of Drusilla. Angel's connection to Drusilla is revealed. "Lie to Me" on IMDb "Lie to Me" at TV.com
Système universitaire de documentation
The système universitaire de documentation or SUDOC is a system used by the libraries of French universities and higher education establishments to identify and manage the documents in their possession. The catalog, which contains more than 10 million references, allows students and researcher to search for bibliographical and location information in over 3,400 documentation centers, it is maintained by the Bibliographic Agency for Higher Education. Official website
Action (TV series)
Action is an American comedy series about a Hollywood producer named Peter Dragon, trying to recover from his last box-office failure. It aired on Fox during the 1999-2000 season; the series was critically praised for its irreverent and sometimes hostile look at Hollywood culture. Thirteen episodes were produced; the show was created by Chris Thompson and the show runner was Don Reo. Future Saturday Night Live cast member Will Forte was the story editor for twelve episodes, wrote two. Peter Dragon, played by Jay Mohr, is the head of Dragonfire Films. Peter got his start as a screenwriter for gay pornography, but moved up the ladder of Hollywood as a hotshot producer of tasteless action films. At the start of the series, Peter's latest film, Slow Torture, is a monumental flop, he is under tremendous pressure to make his next film a big success. Peter is bossy and arrogant to his subordinates and is morally unscrupulous in negotiating with Hollywood talent, it is twice suggested that Peter is sexually confused.
Wendy Ward, played by Illeana Douglas, is a former child actress who gained fame as the cute star of the TV show, The Elephant Princess. Her career tanked during her teen years due to a nasty coke habit, she is now a high priced call girl. Through circumstance, she ends up becoming Peter's date at the premiere of his movie Slow Torture. After she gives her honest criticism of Slow Torture, Wendy is named Vice President of Production at Dragonfire Films and has an open relationship with Peter. Wendy's character is an intentional play on the "hooker with a heart of gold" movie stereotype. Lonnie Dragon, played by Buddy Hackett, is Peter's chief of security at Dragonfire Films. Lonnie and Peter seem to understand each other perfectly. Lonnie is one of the few people Peter treats with respect. Lonnie has served in many wars, including World War II, complains about past injuries, most notably the fact that he only has one testicle; as he puts it, "The sack is half full." Stuart Glazer, played by Jack Plotnick, is President of Production at Dragonfire Films.
Stuart wants to be taken as a Hollywood developer, but is abused and ordered around by Peter. In spite of his important sounding position, Stuart is asked to do demeaning tasks like babysit Georgia, have suits dry-cleaned and order gift baskets for star talent. Stuart is gay. Adam Rafkin, played by Jarrad Paul, is a Jewish struggling screenwriter whose screenplay, Beverly Hills Gun Club, was picked up by Dragonfire Films for development. Adam's script was bought mistakenly by Dragonfire Films because his name was confused with the much better known writer Adam Rifkin. Adam lives alone, is sexually frustrated and has had the same agent represent him for most of his floundering professional career. A source of frustration is his lack of respect from Hollywood, most notably from Peter who never seems to recall his correct name. Asher, played by John Vargas is the eurotrash maître d' that runs the high-end restaurant where every power player in town lunches. Getting the right table is a make or break situation and Asher wields his power with the same aplomb as Peter does.
Watching Peter squirm is one of Asher's not so secret delights. Bobby Gianopolis, played by Lee Arenberg is the chief executive of the unnamed movie studio. Bobby G, as he is well known, uses menacing threats to get what he wants from Peter and the rest of the Dragonfire staff; these threats involve withdrawing his massive financial backing or exposing his gigantic penis. Bobby G is gay, but married Peter's ex-wife, in order to quell any rumors of such. Many critics have suggested. Jane Dragon, played by Cindy Ambuehl, is Peter's ex-wife, it is never revealed why she and Peter broke up, but she remarried with Bobby Gianopolis to spite Peter. She scheming and is so orally gifted she can hum and whistle at the same time, she was pregnant with his second child. Peter did not know he conceived another child with her, as he was drunk and thought he had sex with someone else at the time. Jane told him this out of spite, as he'd always wanted a son. Jane threatened. Georgia Dragon, played by Sara Paxton, is Peter's daughter by Jane.
Ten years old, she is deceptively innocent but mildly stone-hearted for her age, a trait she gets from her parents. Jenny, played by Erin Daniels, is a struggling Hollywood career woman, she used to work at UPN, but after sleeping with Peter, moved on to become a production assistant at Dragonfire Films, where she slept with Wendy. She is in competition with Stuart. Cole Riccardi, played by Richard Burgi, is a famous action star, in many of Peter's movies, he is self-obsessed and secretly gay. Connie Hunt, played by Amy Aquino, is the aggressive publicist assigned to Peter Dragon by Bobby Gianapolis after a major PR disaster, she is dry, cold-hearted, is portrayed with the aura of a hitman/cleaner. A sound effect of lightning and thunder follows mention of her name. Titus Scroad, played by R. Lee Ermey is an eccentric American movie director loosely parodying real-life Italian director Tinto Brass, he has a predilection for hydro-colonic therapy and tends to accentuate his bravado by grabbing his listener's testicles, a tendency that irritates Peter.
Titus accidentally drowns in the episode "Dead Man Floating". Holden van Dorn, played by Fab Filippo is a hotshot young actor, with a public record of alcohol and drug abuse. Reagan Lauren Busch, played by Jennifer