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Roxie Torcoletti (Character)
from "Eastwick" (2009)

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Eastwick: :  -- A promo for the new ABC series "Eastwick."

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  1. "Eastwick"
        - Pampered and Tampered (2010) TV episode, Played by Rebecca Romijn
        - Red Bath and Beyond (2010) TV episode, Played by Rebecca Romijn
        - Magic Snow and Creepy Gene (2009) TV episode, Played by Rebecca Romijn
        - Tea and Psychopathy (2009) TV episode, Played by Rebecca Romijn
        - Tasers and Mind Erasers (2009) TV episode, Played by Rebecca Romijn
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From "Eastwick: Reaping and Sewing (#1.2)" (2009)
Darryl Van Horne: [Darryl has bought the trio gifts. Kat received a sexy silk negligee and Joanna, cheap perfume] Now... Roxie. For those blessed with the gift of second sight, these are Spirit Dice.
[He hands her a black bag]
Darryl Van Horne: Now legend has it that if you roll one, you can see the past. If you roll two, you can tell the future. And if you roll three, you can affect the very course of fate itself. The only problem is the change will always bend toward chaos.
Roxanne Torcoletti: You got these at the mall.
Darryl Van Horne: Yes I did. And the kid that sold them to me assured me that they were based on actual ancient Spirit Dice, and he had black fingernails! And he wore some kind of a cape, so, I think he probably knew what he was talking about.
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