I am beginning to like this oddball comedy slowly but surely!
Obviously owned by CTV and thanks to http://lukemacfarlane.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/satisfaction-s1e3.html?spref=tw
Not Mine :(
All credit to :
is created by Tim McAuliffe () and stars Canadian trio Ryan Belleville ( ), Luke Macfarlane ( ) and Leah Renee ( ) as the three 20-somethings looking for satisfaction in their lives. They’re joined by Pat Thornton ( ), Nikki Payne ( ) and Mark Critch ( ). Belleville and Critch also write for the series alongside McAuliffe.
is currently shooting in Toronto, and its freshman season will feature a bevy of guest appearances from the likes of Gordon Pinsent (), Jerry O’Connell ( ), Tommy Chong ( ), Gabrielle Miller ( ), stand-up comic Andy Kindler and former Toronto Maple Leafs captain WENDEL CLARK! Also, Jason Priestley ( ) will guest direct.
In the June 24 premiere:
“The Wind Beneath My Wingman,” Jason (Macfarlane) begins to question his life path after running into a college buddy who dropped out. After looking at his vision board, he decides the only thing left for him to achieve in life is to perform live music. Despite never having heard him sing, Maggie (Renee) signs Jason up for an open mic night at the bar but quickly regrets her decision. Meanwhile, Mark (Belleville) is stuck in a dry spell, unable to bag any women. With Jason off the market, Maggie suggests Simon (Thornton) be Mark’s new wingman, though Simon knows nothing about women.
Sources: More info in the links below:
Last Episode was 12, Opening Night for Bombshell.. It was Spectacular!!!
Check these Songs out my pretties :)
SMASH - Don't Forget Me (Ivy Lynn)
SMASH - That's Life (IVY and Karen)
I don't own Smash :( All owned by Nbc, for your entertainment...
Scene Of The Week - March 10, 2013 - *POLL*Posted by Justyna Kubica at Sunday, 10/3/2013
Show: PERSON OF INTEREST
Episode: “Proteus” Date: March 7, 2013 Actors: Michael Emerson, Luke Macfarlane, Taraji P. Henson, Sterling K. Brown
The Scene: Finch confrontation with Fake Agent Fahey
I don’t what is it about the show that makes even its filler episode a really great one. Kudos to the brilliant creators for making the series so extraordinary! As for my favorite part of this episode, it’s definitely the showdown between Finch and the fake Agent Fahey, the serial killer.
The dialogue is very well written, with Finch pointing out the differences between the two of them constantly changing their identities. Saving lives vs. destroying them. Not to mention the bit about “Agent Fahey” being amateur at this all. And the mystery behind the glasses. Wow, Finch! I really like this slow character development, learning about our heroes personalities and history with time and like here, seeing the whole new side of them. The acting, as always, is one of the best parts about the scene. Opposite the always amazing Michael Emerson we got Luke MacFarlane with his very good and quite scary performance as a sociopathic killer.
NOTE: The scene was also picked by Darth Locke and Jimmy Ryan as Scene Of The Week!
“Luke MacFarlane did an excellent job playing this strange intellectual sociopath and this episode was exceptionally creative and an outside the box psychological thriller!” Darth Locke
“I really enjoyed the scene with Finch facing off against Declan (Fahey) at gunpoint, with Finch standing proudly on the fact that he saves lives while Declan (Fahey) takes them. Finch also says Declan (Fahey) "is an amateur at this" when talking about assuming people's identities” Jimmy Ryan
Hope it inspires or freaks ya, Hugs
Starting today Diwali is celebrated 5 days this week, As a follower of Yoga, I love this festival’s as it's a time to reflect back and put all the darkness behind and looking forward for a Bright Positive Future :)
Theme of this Festival from one of my Fav Sanskrit chants : Lead me from the unreal to the real. Lead me from darkness to light. Lead me from death to immortality. May there be peace everywhere.
Sanskrit :Asatoma Sadgamaya.Thamaso Maa Jyothir Gamaya.Mrithyor Maa Amrutham Gamaya.Aum Shanti Shanti Shantihi