Good day guys. 2 birthdays of TSCC actors: Leven Alice Rambin (who married the actor from True Blood, Jim Parrack recently) is only 26 today - still not very old. & Jessica Makinson is only 40 today - (Still young - that's a clue by the way).
Fan vid I put together using a video clip app on my Iphone of CSM 101 T800 from The Terminator 1984 played by legend Arnold Schwarzenegger and T900 Cameron Phillips from Terminator The Sarah Connor Chronicles played by the gorgeous and talented Summer Glau.
# 109 It would be awesome if they did a scene like that together. Mind you, we should not get pleasure from people being shot up but this is only fiction, so I guess it's OK. I've always enjoyed it in the past.
There are a total of 53 images, including good shots of Lena, Thomas and dream Terminator Aaron James Cash. I can send you all the files if you want. You can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or Youtube
# 115 Oh, that's too close to the HUDs. (Cameron's was always blue and the other Terminators were reddish-brown like in the picture. I noticed the T-800 Arnie's was red in Terminator Judgment Day when he entered the biker bar).
I have just found a link in TSCC that might be what gave Josh Friedman the idea for George Laszlo, who was killed by Cromartie. Here goes: Bruce R. Steinheimer was Special Effects, Art Dept., Actor. The former was his role in The Terminator 1984. 2 years before that, he had the same role in... wait for it... The Beastmaster. If you look at this link, you'll see the uncanny resemblance that Garret Dillahunt played in . http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083630/?ref_=nm_flmg_spl_61
You may remember John was fixing Kacy Corbin's cable TV in her home not far from their residence in the Oilfield House, Baldwin Hills, LA, when that film was playing:
Here is the dialogue from 2_3 The Mousetrap:
"Kacy: Well, a while. Ex-baby daddy wouldn't have one in the bedroom. Look at where that got me. Well that, six beers, and the rhythm method. John: [thump]Ow. Kacy: Too much information? John: Yeah, a bit. Kacy: Do I need to call the cable guy? I feel like I'm not even wired in here. John: [sigh]There you are now. But I wouldn't mention it to anybody. Especially the cable guy. Kacy: Clever boy. (woman on television) Ah. Uh. Ah. [sword swishing] (man on TV) Beast wizard, the kingdom of fuel will never be yours. Lazlo: Now, now Seth. That's no way to treat your brother. TV Announcer: Beast Wizard 7. The low budget film nobody saw, when it was released direct-to-video two years ago, has earned $6 million and new found star status. When its star, George Laszlo, inexplicably killed 20 members of an FBI hostage rescue team in a shootout at his Reseda apartment. The massacre you may recall, also took the actor's life."
Message edited by KevinInEngland - Monday, 30 Jan 2017, 17:32