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Intelligence (2013) TV Show Title Sequence, Bts, Featurette, Promo, Ep.1-2 Synopsis

Intelligence Title Sequence, Bts, Featurette, Promo, Synopsis. CBS‘ Intelligence (2013) TV show trailer title sequence, Bts Featurette from episode 1, ‘The Science of Singularity’ featurette, ‘They Aren’t Lost Anymore’ TV promo stars Meghan Ory, Josh Holloway, Michael Benyaer, John Billingsley, and P.J. Byrne. Intelligence‘s plot synopsis: “Intelligence is a [...]

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Intelligence (2013) TV Show Trailer: 4 Minutes of CBS’ Spy Series

Intelligence Trailer. CBS‘ Intelligence (2013) nearly 4 minute TV show trailer stars Meghan Ory, Josh Holloway, Michael Benyaer, John Billingsley, and P.J. Byrne. Intelligence‘s plot synopsis: “Intelligence is a dramatic thriller starring Josh Holloway (Lost) as a high-tech intelligence operative enhanced with a super-computer microchip in his brain. With this implant, [...]

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Intelligence (2013) TV Show Trailer: Brainchip gives Spy Head Internet

Intelligence Trailer. CBS‘ Intelligence (2013) TV show trailer stars Meghan Ory, Josh Holloway, Michael Benyaer, John Billingsley, and P.J. Byrne. Intelligence‘s plot synopsis: “Intelligence is a dramatic thriller starring Josh Holloway (Lost) as a high-tech intelligence operative enhanced with a super-computer microchip in his brain. With this implant, Gabriel (Holloway) is [...]

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Review: The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

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To me, Jonny Quest was one of the best animated series a kid could grow up on in the 1960s. The prime time show had nice designs, great storytelling and you could imagine yourself getting mixed up into adventures with Race Bannon and Hadji. It was relatable and fun and exceedingly well done.

By the 1990s, though, Indiana Jones and his brethren raised the stakes for action/adventure in live action as well as animation. The Cartoon Network recognized this and commissioned an updated version known as The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest which aired from August 26, 1996 to April 16, 1997. To make the concept contemporary, they added Jessie Bannon as the duo became a trio while Dr. Benton Quest and Race Bannon went looking into the unexplained. Given the fondness for CGI at the time, some of the stories also meant visits to the three-dimensional QuestWorld (hoping to tap into the
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Fairly Legal Coffee Collection Pack Giveaway

USA‘s Fairly Legal is a show that didn’t click with me right away, and that’s something pretty rare when it comes to USA efforts. It was a little too interested in its own gimmick, and played to hard at selling the “mediation as character trait,” angle by which it was trying to develop, not only the main character, but all of the characters she ran into.

But, it’s also a show that has, I think, taken on the idea of working through the flaws and stumbles, and developed quickly into a show that presents a very different persona (as a show) than what we had during the first few episodes.

I want to give you a little preview of the next episode, which involves Kate getting in a little too deep with a corporate whistle blower, but I also have a great Prize Pack available for one lucky winner.
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Episode Recap: Castle - 1.06: "Always Buy Retail"

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A voodoo ritual is invoked. Castle (Nathan Fillion) engages in a romp with his first ex-wife Meredith (Darby Stanchfield) and to think just last week, he told Beckett (Stana Katic) he couldn't find the right girl to marry, from this we see why. He's not really into the whole love and marriage scene! She throws a spanner in the 'no-strings attached sex with the ex', by saying she's moving back to New York, much to Castle's chagrin, since women are only there for one thing for him. Okay I'm being harsh I know, never mind. The Db from the earlier voodoo ritual is found by a homeless man states Esposito (Jon Heurtas) and Castle has to publicly announce he's had sex with his first ex-wife, which is a "special brand of hell..." and something akin to a guilty pleasure of having a deep fried Twinkie." He tells them to
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[DVD Review] The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest: The Complete First Season

Do you remember that short period in the mid-90s in children’s animated television, where the utter hokey-ness of programs like Captain Planet and G.I. Joe had not yet left us, but the interest in all things digital and internet related that was to dominate the next decade hadn’t yet taken hold? If you don’t, The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest: The Complete First Season sure does. Even if the show’s attempts at updating the original Hanna Barbera program are unsuccessful, it serves as an interesting time capsule from the days before we really understood where the internet was going, as well as what powerful executives thought kids liked back in 1996.

The central premise is markedly unchanged from the original show: Dr. Quest (George Segal) is a scientist who works for the government investigating strange phenomena with his son Jonny Quest (J.D. Roth). They are
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[DVD Review] The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest: The Complete First Season

Do you remember that short period in the mid-90s in children’s animated television, where the utter hokey-ness of programs like Captain Planet and G.I. Joe had not yet left us, but the interest in all things digital and internet related that was to dominate the next decade hadn’t yet taken hold? If you don’t, The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest: The Complete First Season sure does. Even if the show’s attempts at updating the original Hanna Barbera program are unsuccessful, it serves as an interesting time capsule from the days before we really understood where the internet was going, as well as what powerful executives thought kids liked back in 1996.

The central premise is markedly unchanged from the original show: Dr. Quest (George Segal) is a scientist who works for the government investigating strange phenomena with his son Johnny Quest (J.D. Roth). They are joined
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