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This past weekend I attended the annual Sherlock Holmes fandom celebration, a.k.a. the Bsi Weekend in New York City; a time I always thoroughly look forward to and enjoy. The weekend is great both for the setting (so much to see and do in NYC, both Sherlockian and otherwise) and for the friends (new and old) that attend.
One of the Sherlockian highlights of this year’s weekend for me was the Daintiest Thing in a Dressing Gown Pyjama Party, put on by the Baker Street Babes. I always get a kick out of costume parties, and this one featured lots of fun and creative pajama costumes, both Victorian and modern, and took place in the uber-cool and historic setting of The Players NYC (seriously – read their history page. So cool). It was a blast!
A non-Sherlockian highlight of my weekend was getting to see the current production »
- Emily S. Whitten
He’s got a face and has played characters you’ve always known but you can never place his name. This week’s “That Guy” actor of the week is Michael Paul Chan. You might recognize Chan from The Closer on TNT. And most recently he appeared on the show Major Crimes from 2012-2015. But where do I see Chan in my memories? I’ll never forget him as Data’s dad in Goonies and when he uttered the line “Unbeatable!” in the movie Maverick. That line still remains one of my favorite all time obscure lines in any movie. He was also Mr. Chong
“That Guy” Actor of the Week: Michael Paul Chan »
- Nat Berman
The CW has released new photos from next week's mid-season premieres of "Arrow" and "The Flash" with the shots including new looks at Alexander Calvert as Anarky and Keiynan Lonsdale as Wally West (aka Kid Flash). Try this link for the "Arrow" pics and this link for "The Flash" pics.
Mike and Molly
In the wake of multiple cast members sharing the news late last year, CBS has now officially confirmed that the Melissa McCarthy-led sitcom "Mike and Molly" has been canceled. The final season will wrap up this spring after thirteen already-shot episodes have aired. [Source: Variety]
Serving as essentially the antagonist of the seventh season of "The Closer," actor Curtis Armstrong ("Supernatural") will reprise his role as attorney Peter Goldman in a multiple-episode arc on the TNT drama spin-off series "Major Crimes".
Goldman will first appear in the February 15th winter premiere and has his sights set on Capt. »
- Garth Franklin
3 items from 2016
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