5 items from 2011
The couple, who wed in 1996, have long been known for their dedicated marriage. For example, before Doug retired from the NBA in 2007, his mysterious hand signals on the basketball court (which apparently meant "I love you" to his wife) caused a major stir among professional athletes -- critics wondered why he was so public about his affections for his wife.
Their close relationship even garnered them a reality TV series -- "Committed: The Christies" -- which ran for two seasons in 2006 on Bet. The Christies, who renew their marriage vows every year, and also wrote two books together, including 2007's No Ordinary Love and Luv-Pons: A Fun Variety Love & Romance Guide For Couples, which was released on Valentine's Day last year. »
- THE HUFFINGTON POST
I had high expectations for "No Ordinary Love," given that two former Battlestar Galactica ladies were stopping by to generate some mayhem. While there was fun to be had, there were a few things that just didn't sit well with me.
Before I go there, I have to give kudos to the clairvoyance of the writers for including a well-placed dig at Charlie Sheen, which couldn't have been more timely. Knowing these episodes were filmed weeks ago, George's reference to Jim "behaving like Charlie Sheen" caught me completely off guard and elicited almost as big a laugh as actually watching any one of Sheen's interviews this week.
It was wonderful to see the intoxicating Tricia Helfer back on my TV screen in all her enigmatic glory, perfectly cast as a siren-esque villain, but how disappointing to find this was a one-episode-only appearance. Perhaps maybe it was for the best because »
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Battlestar Galactica Cylons Tricia Helfer and Lucy Lawless have a plan. The two will guest star in Tuesday’s episode of ABC’s super-powered No Ordinary Family as baddies, the mysterious Mrs. X (Lawless) and Sophie Adler (Helfer). Mrs. X has “[tasked] Sophie to cast a spell over Powell patriarch Jim (Michael Chiklis) and his sidekick, George (Romany Malco).” No, Sophie isn’t a witch, but she is bewitching! Warning: Spoilers Below!
Previously, Helfer has been keeping the details of her appearance on Nof quiet, but in this week’s TVGuide, she reveals that her character “basically mind-controls them. Sophie isn’t Wonder Woman – she’s not strong and she can’t run fast, but she has the ability to make men googly-eyed and control what they do.”
Mrs. X, played by Lawless, has three-episode arc beginning with this Tuesday’s episode “No Ordinary Love” and is described by Helfer as “pure evil. »
- Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer
King's mysterious superior, Mrs. X, sends a super to seduce Jim and George with her ability to compel men to obey her. Meanwhile, Chris suspects that Daphne and her family have special abilities, and Stephanie has to compromise her principles to maintain her cover as a loyal worker for Dr. King. No Ordinary LoveUploaded by teasertrailer. - Watch feature films and entire TV shows. Guest starring Lucy Lawless as Mrs. X and Tricia Helfer as Sophie Adler. LEEE777 - "No Ordinary Love" is episode 17 and it airs: March 1st on ABC! »
Tricia Helfer has revealed more details about her upcoming guest role on No Ordinary Family. It was confirmed last month that the Battlestar Galactica actress will play a "sexy and mysterious woman" in the episode 'No Ordinary Love'. She recently told SciFi Mafia: "It's hard to say anything about the character without giving away too much, but she definitely puts a bit of a rift in the system. "I worked a lot with Michael Chiklis (Jim Powell) which was amazing, and Romany Malco (more) »
- By Morgan Jeffery
5 items from 2011
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