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  1. I was just started watching The X Files. I have missed (thankfully) most of the episodes so that now, in re-run, I can see first run shows (late at night when I'm most awake!). The X Files lasted about 10 years. A big success in modern times and with good reason. There are so many great episodes it would be hard to play them without including almost every one of them. The original Twilight Zone still gets my vote for all-time best. However, that had to fill only 1/2 hour each week. Much more difficult is a weekly hour-long show. I like to compare movies I see to X Files and realize that for a weekly show to be that good to compare to movies, this show truly is a gem and a classic. Paranormal and that dark moodiness that was a trademark of this show is apparent in many of the episodes. A tribute also to the actors/directors for the great performances they could get out of the cast members.
  2. La Femme Nikita is a spin-off of the fine early-90s French film, "Nikita". Although it does not try to look like the original, it has spun its own look that is every bit as captivating as the film, for a TV series. She is all-in-one beautiful, sensitive, tough, loyal, in a superb acting job. I suspect the real Peta Wilson is not too far away from this character. The characters in La Femme Nikita were believable and it was refreshing to see a no-nonsense approach to a murder story, meaning if someone had to be killed, they were shot quickly with no questions asked. Some of the action scenes are brutal. And now I’m watching the La Femme Nikita DVDs at home, how wonderful it is!
  3. Katey Sagal acting in married with children is married to the man who runs Sons of Anarchy. So is Gemma Teller Morrow. To differentiate: Sagal's husband, Kurt Sutter, is the creator of the new FX series (tonight, 10 ET/PT). Gemma, her character, is the wife of Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman), president of the Sons of Anarchy, the renegade motorcycle club at the center of a different kind of family drama.
  4. haha, I am not interesting about that!! It is too dear!!
  5. wow, I don't play that game!! I found it is too violence.
  6. wow, what a pity!! You can do it next time!!
  7. THE pop music producer Phil Spector is selling his 30-room mansion in Los Angeles to fund an appeal against his 19-year prison sentence for murdering a Hollywood actress there. Spector, 69, has asked his young wife Rachelle Short to arrange the sale and to store valuable artefacts from his rock’n’roll life, including musical instruments given to him by John Lennon and Ike Turner, for a possible auction. Selling the faux-French mansion at 1700 Grand View Drive, Alhambra, may cover only a small part of his multi-million-dollar legal bills. According to estate agents, its value has fallen from $1.3m (£800,000) to $800,000 (£500,000) in recent months. “As a murder house, it might reach $1m for an appropriate buyer,” said a Sotheby’s International estate agent. “We are not representing the estate, but we have already had inquiries.” In 1998, when Spector paid $1.1m for the house, he told Esquire magazine: “I’ve brought myself a beautiful and enchanting castle in a hick town.” The New Yorker surrounded the decaying mansion with 6ft walls, electrified wire and a hand-painted sign declaring the estate was “Phil Spector’s Pyrenees Castle”. This is where prosecutors said Spector shot his victim, the B-movie actress Lana Clarkson, 40, after she tried to leave after a night of club-hopping in February 2003. Spector maintained that she was out of control, dancing around his house singing his 1960s hit You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ before producing an unregistered Colt Cobra handgun, waving it around and then suddenly pressing it to her head and pulling the trigger. Spector staggered out of the house into the driveway with a second gun in his hand and told his chauffeur, who was parked outside: “I think I killed somebody.” Later that day he told police, who had shot him twice with a Taser gun before bundling him to the ground: “Nobody takes a gun from me.” After 10 months of forensic and witness testimony, spread over two near-identical trials, the jury rejected the defence case that Clarkson killed herself. On Friday he was sentenced to 19 years to life in prison, which means he will become eligible for parole when he is 79. Spector’s lawyer, Doron Weinberg, said his client “was doing as well as can be expected”, but was looking forward to his appeal. A spokesman for the victim’s family said: “After six years of character assassination by Mr Spector’s lawyers, we are pleased with the result. There is no joy here, but now he knows that actions have consequences.”
  8. this is what he deserved. no pity. no complain.
  9. Susan Boyle, the YouTube sensation, is no longer the clear front-runner to win the third season of "Britain's Got Talent." The live final — with 10 acts culled from five semi-finals — airs tomorrow night in Britain. The winner will be chosen by a public vote via telephone. And, unlike "American Idol," each telephone ballot cast costs money — 50 pence or about 80 cents. Susan Boyle won the first semi-final last Sunday with her pitchy performance of "Memory." Since then there have been strong showings by other contenders. The first place finisher each night gets a guaranteed place in the final with the last semi airing tonight. The other three acts to top the public vote so far are street dancers Flawless, father and son comedy dance team Stavros Flatley, and saxophonist Julian Smith. Though these three are all now proven fan favorites, the act that reportedly got Susan Boyle riled was 12-year-old boy singer Shaheen Jafarghol. He did not rank first in his heat on Tuesday, but his performance of "I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" earned him enough votes to come in either second or third. At that point, it was up to the three judges (Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan) to decide whether to put him or the other runner-up — dance troupe MD Showgroup — through to the final. With Piers Morgan calling him "'the best singing performance we have heard in the semi-finals so far" Jafarghol earned a slot in the final and a spot on Boyle's list of serious rivals.
  10. i have the same problem a bad thing.. never went .
  11. Brazilian supermodel Adriana Lima is going to be a mom! Lima, a Victoria's Secret Angel, and her husband NBA star Marko Jaric, are expecting their first child together, reps for the couple confirm to PEOPLE exclusively. Lima is due this winter. "Adriana and Marko are overjoyed that they are expecting their first child together and are excited to share the happy news and start their family together," say reps. The couple eloped on Valentine's Day this year, tying the knot in a small, private civil ceremony in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. "We are so excited about our future together," Lima told PEOPLE at the time. Lima and Jaric, who plays for the Memphis Grizzlies, met in 2006 and got engaged two years later on Lima's 27th birthday.
  12. me, too. this is tha fact but we can stabd by Adam Lambert,too.
  13. The Grammy Award-winning rapper T. I. played to a packed audience on Sunday night at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, saying, “I’m going to stand tall, head up high.” He was referring to his deadline of noon on Tuesday to report to the Federal Correction Institution at Forrest City, Ark., The Associated Press reported. The 28-year-old rapper, whose real name is Clifford J. Harris Jr., was arrested after prosecutors said he tried to buy unregistered guns and silencers from undercover federal agents in 2007. T. I., above, told a crowd of about 16,000 that he hoped everyone would learn from his mistakes and brought his five children onstage, holding them while he performed “No Matter What,” a single off the almost double-platinum album “Paper Trail.” Many in the crowd held signs of support. “What I need y’all to do is pray for me while I’m gone,” T. I. said. “I’ll see y’all in 366 days.”
  14. i am quite looking forward, but i am not going because of time.
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