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NCIS SEASON 6 HIGHLIGHTS - REVISITED
4th August 2009
A while ago I did a piece on my personal highlights of season 6. A number of people came to me, agreeing with my choices, and pointing out a few that I missed. I had to agree, that the ones I missed out were certainly highlights. Thanks guys for all the feedback. It's very much appreciated.
Windykat and pwwl both pointed out Tim's growth in "Caged" as being a highlight. Especially the scene at the end of the episode where Tim chews out the mechanic. As Tony so wonderfully put it, "Who'd think McGee would grow a pair in a woman's prison." I can't believe I forgot that one from my original list! That episode was the only real highpoint for Tim in the series.
Tony's realisation in "Agent Afloat" that he is going home, was remarked on by many. Bellswebster particularly liked "Last Man Standing", when Tony calls Gibbs' "dad", and makes the comment about feeding the chickens.
"Silent Night" got a lot of mentions. Particularly Quinn handing the sketches to Gibbs, and Gibbs calling his dad. Though several people loved the scene at the Vietnam Memorial. That was a poignant moment.
Bagpuss2 liked the scene in "Dagger" where Tim likened Michelle Lee to a Cylon. Also the scene from "South by Southwest" where Gibbs shoots down the helicopter. I have to admit that that last scene was pure western melodrama.
However, one highlight stood head and shoulders above them all. It towered over season 6 like the colossus that is was. Every single person who gave me feedback included the same thing. The episode "Heartland".
Visiting Gibbs' home town and meeting his father was THE highlight of season 6.
LAST UPDATE ON 5th August 2009 6.36AM Australian Time
SUBMITTED BY MargyW
NCIS - REPOSICIONES & OTRAS CHANFLAINAS
4 de agosto de 2.009
Bueno, aquí estoy de nuevo recién liberada de mi "mouse arrest" (¿arresto ratoncilario?) y con nuestro eterno problema, no tanto las reposiciones si no los cambios de día y horario al antojo de LaSexta; desconozco si esto suceda en otros países y si aquí en el estado español tenemos la exclusiva.
La verdad es que somos un@s muy especiales por no decir auténtic@s, ya que hagan lo hagan los programadores que nos marean más que unos perdices seguimos ahí en la brecha más fieles que el fiel S. Bernardo de Gibbs (léase Tony), yo creo que nos merecemos algún premio, porque a ver : nos hacen esperar para la llegada de la nueva temporada en cuestión, hay un partido de futbol/baloncesto o lo que sea nos suprimen el capítulo y nos lo ponen otro día - sin aviso claro está. Para colmo de los males la semana pasada no solo nos cambiaron de día sino que nos chorizaron también el capítulo navideño de la 6ª temporada "Silent Night" - que tendría que traducirse como "Noche de Paz" ya que hace un juego de palabras con el villancico del mismo nombre, pero conociendo los dobladores lo habrán traducido como "Noche Silenciosa/Callada" - pero como no nos lo han emitido por de pronto no lo sabremos.
Otro mérito más tiene el fan castellanoparlante, es que los DVDs no vienen en castellano, ya que esa opción no viene, o sea, o hablas inglés o hablas inglés - y ya verás luego acabaremos por darles un premio por fomentar el uso de inglés aunque el único que hable inglés de verdad es nuestro querido Ducky (David McCallum). Bromas aparte, como angloparlantes y a veces tutora de inglés como lengua extranjera me siento orgullosa de l@s jovenes fans castellanoparlantes que tomen la molestia de ver la serie en versión original o sea en inglés, que no es moco de pavo, aunque la verdad dicha sea la mayoría del reparto tiene una dicción / pronunciación muy clara, probablemente hayan tenido formación en el teatro que es donde se aprende a vocalizar. A mi me viene de perlas que hablen así porque a mi al menos me permite muchas veces leerles los labios en vez de escuchar al doblaje.
Por cierto ¿qué opinaís de las voces que ponen al reparto en la versión doblada? No son muy acertadas ¿verdad?
Pero en fin, no seamos pesimistas al final sabremos los diálogos mejor que nadie con las veces que nos reponen los anteriores capítulos, y si luego les veamos otras tantas veces en inglés seremos la caña con eso de saber los diálogos en 2 idiomas.
Bueno, a priori veremos Navy los jueves a las 22:15 de aquí en adelante so pena no hay más partidos "importantísimos" de futbol o de lo que sea que sirva de pretexto para cambiarnos día.
Y con eso y un bizcocho se acabó lo de hoy.
LAST UPDATE ON 4 de agosto de 2009 21:08h - CET
SUBMITTED BY Sorgiña
NCIS/NCIS: LOS ANGELES - SUGGESTED GUEST APPEARANCES
3rd August 2009
Sorgina is under mouse-arrest again, so you only get a blog entry from me today. I hope you find it entertaining.
It was already announced that Rocky Carroll would be carting Leon Vance to Los Angeles on a fairly regular basis, but the announcement was made a few days ago that Pauley Perrette will be packing up Abby and taking her to visit for one episode. It started me thinking about which other characters could make believable visits to the new kids in L.A. These are the ones I've come up with. Please let me know what you think, and tell me any others you think might work and why.
- Trent Kort - it's only reasonable to think that the resident CIA pain in the behind would be involved in something that would bring him across the L.A. team's path.
- Tobias Fornell - I can imagine Fornell and Macy crossing swords. The reason why doesn't matter. But sparks would fly between the two of them.
- Mike Franks - Just down the road in Mexico. Perhaps something from his past having a relevance to something the L.A. team is doing today.
- Dr Donald Mallard - The L. A. team being special ops doesn't have a medical examiner. If they encounter a strange death...who are they going to call....
- Jimmy Palmer - takes a vacation in Los Angeles and accidently stumbles into something sinister.
LAST UPDATE ON 4th August 2009, 7.01AM Australian Time
SUBMITTED BY MargyW
PRESS RELEASE: THE GIFT. YOU ASK & YOU GET. PASS IT ON.....
2nd August 2009
Author gives back to his readers
Los Angeles – Making it in Hollywood and having it all is the ultimate dream for aspiring film and television actors. Actor and author David Dayan Fisher is living this dream, with roles on films like “National Treasure”, a regular guest starring role on the network television’s “NCIS” and guest appearances on “24”. After finding what he thought equated to "success", and living a life most would dream of, he was still in an unsettled place emotionally, mentally and spiritually. His never-ending evolutional journey to peace and happiness led him to write The Gift (published by AuthorHouse).
In keeping with the theme of his book, Fisher wants to give back to his readers. The author asks book buyers to mail their receipt and address. Once 5,000 copies are sold, there will be a draw. The lucky winner will receive $500 dollars as will the charity of their choice. Fisher will, on 10,000 books sold, double this amount. The more he sells, the more he can give back. This is a collective giving back by all the readers.
The author wrote The Gift after enduring self-caused pain and watching others do the same. After reading and awakening to life's secrets in a few books, and putting into practice what he had read, his life changed dramatically. He found peace for the first time in his life, which lead to happiness and much more abundance.
The author gives his readers straightforward advice on ways to improve their physical and mental health, diet and behavior. The Gift was written by experience and can be read in an hour, but it took Fisher nearly a lifetime of getting it wrong to get it right.
“Not only should we learn from our mistakes, but also from others,” said Fisher. “It is quite a gift.” Fisher said he wishes the best for all. “Our life's problems and achievements seem to be a matter of choice in how we ask. That is all this book explains.”
Making life work, being genuinely happy and staying young and fit with pure enthusiasm is the basic message within this compact book.
Approximately 57 pages
$ 10.34 retail price
Available at www.amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com
About the Author
David Dayan Fisher was born and raised in London. He found acting at the ripe old age of 28, and threw himself into improvisation classes. After a few years of successfully working on British TV, he moved to Los Angeles. Within a few years, his talent landed him a role in the movie “National Treasure” which led to guest appearances on "24" and a regular guest starring role on “NCIS”. He has had the pleasure of working with such industry elite as Nick Cage, John Voight, Kiefer Sutherland, Mark Harmon and Noah Wylie to name a few. His writing abilities also include two screen plays, two children's books and numerous poems, all of which he will one day publish.
LAST UPDATE ON 3rd August 2009, 6.23AM Australian Time
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|MargyW||NCIS-NCIS Los Angeles - suggested guest appearances||5||Oct 12 2009, 12:57 AM EDT by emerellda|
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Today's blog is an opinion piece on possible guest appearances on NCIS: Los Angeles.
As always, all feedback is greatly appreciated.
|MargyW||NCIS - Season 6 Highlights - Revisited||0||Aug 4 2009, 4:40 PM EDT by MargyW|
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My blog today comes from the feedback you so generously gave me on my personal highlights of season 6 blog. Thanks to everyone who took part in the discussion threads or sent me PMs.
Keep that feedback coming on all the blogs.
|Sorgiña||NCIS - Reposiciones & Otras Chanflainas||0||Aug 4 2009, 3:13 PM EDT by Sorgiña|
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