Sisto plays Jimmy, a 35-year-old man-child journeyman (journeyman-child?) tennis pro whose career is already a few years past its expiration date. Thanks to his Ilie Nastase-like court demeanor and Pat Rafter-style approach to pregame drinking, he’s just lost his doubles partner (Cy Amundson), and he’s become enough of a circuit joke that no one else will agree to play with him as he looks to make one last go for a major tournament.
Also starring Amy Smart, Joshua Rush, Jk Simmons, Vincent Ventresca, Chris Parnell, Jenny Wade, Mo Collins, Jerry Minor, Kate Flannery, and Cy Amundson, the indie film just kicked off production in Los Angeles with Jay Karas directing in his feature debut and Sisto producing.
Sisto currently stars on ABC's "Suburgatory," which was recently renewed for a third season. The half-hour comedy returns midseason. Walton will star in NBC's upcoming series, "About A Boy," which is also set to debut midseason.
Robert Rodriguez’s niece-in-law Electra Avellan (aka one of the babysitter twins from Grindhouse), TV’s “The Invisible Man” Vincent Ventresca, and actor stuntman Alvin Chon star in the Syfy Original Movie about a teenage girl living in Gale, Kansas, who gets a new pet monkey that turns out to be an evil, flying shapeshifter.
Visual effects supervisor Robert Grasmere makes his directorial debut with this new spin on the creatures made famous as the Wicked Witch of the West’s henchmonsters. What, if anything, this Syfy flick has to do with the Land of Oz outside of mean monkeys with wings remains to be seen.
You can see Flying Monkeys this Saturday night,
Syfy Will Celebrate Two Decades Of Imaginative Entertainment With Star-studded Syfy 20th Anniversary Special, Premiering Monday, December 10 At 9Pm Features Talent From Alphas, Battlestar Galactica, Being Human, Caprica, Defiance, Eureka, Farscape, Haven, Lost Girl, Sanctuary, Stargate: SG1 And Warehouse 13 Plus Hosts Of Destination Truth, Face Off, Ghost Hunters And Total Blackout
New York – November 27, 2012 – Happy Birthday, Syfy! On Monday, December 10 at 9Pm (Et/Pt), the Channel will celebrate two decades of award-winning, imaginative entertainment programming during the star-studded Syfy 20th Anniversary Special.
From iconic series such as Farscape, Battlestar Galactica and Warehouse 13 to Ghost Hunters,
This appears to be the main question Leutwyler and co-writer Gillian Vigman asks. Through the transgressions
What could possibly be one of the most complicated episodes of Dollhouse to date in terms of plot twists and technical jargon, "The Attic" delivered… and left me scratching my head. Bad thing? Hell No!!!! Let's get to it!
The Set Up
We pick up right were we left off with Echo being tended to by a female Attic representative, who is injecting tubes and wires into Echo. When the attendant leaves, Echo starts to spasm and flatlines!!!! When the female representative returns with another representative, the two remove the tubes and Saran Wrap from Echo and she awakes and dispatches both of them quickly. She breaks out her room and attacks the first person she sees for info on the whereabouts of Victor and Sierra. The guy tells her that they use real names in the Attic, which for Echo is Caroline Farrell.
Victor’S Past Is Revealed And Echo Is Trapped In Her Worst Nightmare On An All-new “Dollhouse” Friday, December 18, On Fox As his contract with the Dollhouse expires, Victor is released back into the world, where his military past threatens his future with Sierra. Meanwhile, Echo is deemed too dangerous and is sent into her worst nightmare in the all-new “Stop-Loss/The Attic” episode of Dollhouse airing Friday, Dec. 18 (8:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (Dol-209/210) (TV-14 D, L, V) Cast: Eliza Dushku as Echo; Tahmoh Penikett as Paul Ballard; Olivia Williams as Adelle DeWitt; Harry Lennix as Boyd Langton; Fran Kranz as Topher Brink; Enver Gjokaj as Victor; Dichen Lachman as Sierra Guest Cast: Liza Lapira
The last time I recapped Dollhouse, I was pretty harsh saying the show has to give me something worth saving it for. Now I can say that for episodes like this one, its worth saving this show for more of this kind of stuff.
We open on Sierra displaying some of her art on the beach, when Dr. Nolan Kinnard (Vincent Ventresca) comes up to her and asks her out. Flash forward to a gallery showing of Sierra/Priya’s work. Priya wants to leave with Victor who has been imbued with the consciousness of an Italian Art Dealer.
That said, we've got some new entries in the mix, which we'll be continuing as well. Blaine Kyllo chimes in with his thoughts on this past week's episodes of House, 30 Rock and Dollhouse (the latter of which returned to the airwaves after a one week absence).
With choices reduced on account of America's favorite pastime, viewers had a second look at shows they might have otherwise missed the first go-round, in their quest for something to watch, and this benefited FlashForward, which earned its best audience since its second week, picking up a 6.2 rating/10 share.
Meanwhile, according to the stats, Fringe, which has been a big ratings loser in its sophomore season, saw an uptick the week ending Oct.
Dollhouse was phenomenal last night. Words cannot describe the mind rush I got while viewing the show and I just want to say to all the naysayers: If you still feel that Dollhouse is not going anywhere story wise, then there is something seriously wrong with you in the department of storytelling.
Sierra’s backstory answered a lot of questions, posed more questions in the process, and almost clearly laid part of the foundation for “Epitaph One”.
The show starts with a disillusioned vision of a bloody Topher repeating the phrase “I was just trying to help her…” a couple of times.
Then we flashback to Sierra in her pre-Dollhouse days, where we knew her as Priya, working at a novelty stand taking pictures and selling her art. A guy walks up to the stand and we recognize him, as the guy who Sierra went to confront during Dr.
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