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One of my favorite scenes in ALL of Star Trek, believe it or not. In this one clip, you can see one of the things that was so dang frustrating about this show. The writers clearly wanted to show that The Doctor had romantic intentions with Seven, and it's played brilliantly by Robert Picardo. Notice how he just stops for a moment and watches her sing.. it's as if that's the precise moment he realizes that he's falling in love with her. But what happens? The idea is dropped and basically never heard from again. By the time of the final episode, Seven is dead (in an alternate timeline), and The Doctor couldn't care less. Chakotay though is the one that's broken up about it. WTF?! When did those two ever even look at each other? Great actors, great writing (sometimes) but absolutely no vision for the characters and no story arcs to speak of. You think that would be pretty important for a show about a ship lost in space, huh?
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The clip Helping Elyse Part 3 from American Pie Presents Band Camp (2005) Well... I've certainly seen some interesting attempts to gain admission... but this is a first. Excellent audition, Miss. Houston. Let's go discuss that scholarship. I thought Brandon won. No, Mr. Vandecamp was disqualified for plagiarism. All right. That's what I'm talking about, yo. Oh, my God, you guys, that was amazing. Thank you so much. Thank him. It was his idea. Word. You planned all this? With some friends. Come here. Oh, I believe this is yours. You know... Picardo is a brand of piccolo. You really are an asshole sometimes... Stiffy.
30 Nov 2011
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The clip Elyse and Matt Get Closer Part 3 from American Pie Presents Band Camp (2005) That's it. You started it. This is gonna get me that scholarship. What? I've got to go write this down before I forget. Hey. Hey. Hey. Could we do this again tomorrow night? Yeah, sure. I'll see you here at sunset. Hey. Should I bring that Picardo thing? Okay, I'll do a solo for you. What's up, Ernie? Hey. It was that fugly nurse again.
30 Nov 2011
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The clip New Couples from American Pie Presents Band Camp (2005) I have six piercings. That doesn't include the ones on my face. Two right here... and four down here. Haven't seen that in a while. Yeah, well, no time for dance. It's all about band, band, band. No, I was talking about you having fun. I have fun. I have fun all the time. Yeah. I just get stressed out, you know. I mean... we graduate next year, and I don't know. I mean, I don't really talk about it all that much... because the cup is, like, a team thing, and... But winning the Robards Scholarship, I mean, that is like... my future, you know? And... Dr. Choi is coming. I mean... you don't understand. She's like famous... like holy-shit famous. And, sometimes, I just... I get really stressed out... and I calm myself down by going off and playing on my Picardo. Wait, you have... Picardo? It's just a cheapie, but I lost it. Wait, if I somehow found this Picard thing-
30 Nov 2011
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The clip Graduation Prank Part 2 from American Pie Presents Band Camp (2005) with Tad Hilgenbrink, Arielle Kebbel That's cool. So, there's a campout tonight... and it's only for the grads, but you could come. Let me check my schedule. Hell, yeah. Bring your sleeping bag, in case we decide to pitch a tent. Check it out. Perfect timing. This is going to be classic. Time to initiate Operation Gradu-fuck-uation. This is gonna be awesome. Shit. Oh, yeah! Jackpot! Payback, seniors. Don't get that pepper spray on your hands. A graduation gift from the Stiffmeister. Dude, we should've sprayed the diplomas. Sorry, bandees. Bite my nuts and call me Skippy. It's a Steely Dan. A what? It's a double-headed dildo. It's a dildo. It's a dildo. Holy shit. It's even got a name. Picardo? Spray that shit. Fuck, no. Finders keepers. Okay, everybody, Pomp and Circumstance. Five-minute warning. Let's go. The bandees. Let's get out of here. Matt? Leesy. How they hanging? Still small and perky, I see. That's funny. Yeah. What're you doing here, Matt? I just came by to wish you good luck. You know, on the whole music thing. Good luck? You haven't said a word to me since the eighth grade. Yeah, and that tone of voice is exactly the reason why. So, I'm going to take off now.
1 Dec 2011
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The clip Elyse and Matt Get Closer Part 3 from American Pie Presents Band Camp (2005) That's it. You started it. This is gonna get me that scholarship. What? I've got to go write this down before I forget. Hey. Hey. Hey. Could we do this again tomorrow night? Yeah, sure. I'll see you here at sunset. Hey. Should I bring that Picardo thing? Okay, I'll do a solo for you. What's up, Ernie? Hey. It was that fugly nurse again.
19 Feb 2012
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MY FACEBOOK PAGE *******www.facebook****/pages/On-The-Set-The-Movie-Filming-Locations-Channel/142496402443046 I went visiting the filming locations of the The Howling, a 1981 horror film directed by Joe Dante. Based on the novel of the same name by Gary Brandner, the screenplay is written by John Sayles and Terence H. Winkless. The original music score is composed by Pino Donaggio. Plot : After assisting the police in capturing "Eddie Quist"(Robert Picardo)., a serial killer who had been preying on the homeless, news anchor Karen White (Dee Wallace-Stone) needs a rest and at her psychiatrist's suggestion heads to The Colony, his own clinic. Her role in capturing Eddie had been quite traumatic and Karen can't picture his face. Once at the clinic however, strange events lead her to believe that her life is in danger. What she does not realize is that the clinic is located near a den of werewolves. The Howling was also notable for its special effects, which were considered to be extremely convincing at the time. The transformation scenes were created by Rob Bottin, who had also worked with Dante on Piranha. Rick Baker was the original effects artist for the film, but left the production to work on the John Landis film An American Werewolf in London, handing over the effects work to Rob Bottin. Bottin's most celebrated effect was the on-screen transformation of Eddie Quist, which involved air bladders under latex facial applications to give the illusion of transformation. The movie was mainly shot in Mendocino, CA. blog: *******ontheset-howling.blogspot****/ tags:The Howling 1981 Joe Dante Dee Wallace Robert Piccardo Werewolf transformation wolf man lycan lycanthrope american werewolf london howling howl change growl teeth fur claws John Landis scary horror movie
21 Dec 2012
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