April 15th, 2010

Ben

More on Hellcats

You've probably already seen this but I figured I'd post it just for the heck of it.

The role seems to be more meaty than I'd originally thought so that ought to be cool to see what Ben does with it. Also there's the fact that a couple of his co-stars have their own followings so this show should help him get fans that'd never touch a sci-fi show.

More info on the role.


http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2010/04/14/development-update-wednesday-april-14/8620/


HELLCATS (The CW) - Ben Browder ("Stargate SG-1") has joined the cast of the presentation, a drama set in the world of competitive college cheerleading. He'll reportedly play Red Irvine, Lancer University's football coach, "a handsome rogue who never lost the boyishness of youth." He and the Hellcats coach Vanessa Hodge (Sharon Leal) share a history - they had an affair while he, then married at the time, was an assistant coach and she was cheer captain - and now he wants payback (she dumped him after he left his wife without telling her) in the form of getting her fired after one of the Hellcats (Heather Hemmens) gets hurt. Aly Michalka, Ashley Tisdale, Gail O'Grady, Matt Barr, Robbie Jones and Sofia Vassilieva also star. Allan Arkush is directing the CBS Television Studios/Warner Bros. Television-based project from a script by Kevin Murphy.


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Geeks Don't Run (Sam/Daniel)

Just a pondering...

This came to me a couple nights ago as I was drifting off to sleep and I don't want to forget about it even if it's not possible to do.

You know how in a story when something 'bad' happens to someone (they either disappear or are killed) and their friends/employers/whoever 'go to the tape' and it's fuzzy just at that exact moment? Usually due to an EM pulse that disrupts the feed or the video itself. The idea I had is this: Can it be possible to create a video/audio signal piggy-backing off of its own EM pulse so that if a person's opposition (or just freaky nature itself) causes an EM pulse, either on purpose or accident, there won't be any loss of video feed?


Either this is just a cool idea or I've been watching waaaaay too much Stargate.

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