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Bai Ling Climbs on the Roof of the Facility on 'Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 5th 2011 3:11AM
Bai Ling, 'Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew'Bai Ling is putting her story of emotional trauma and sexual abuse by Chinese army officers when she was a teenager on 'Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew' (Sun., 9PM ET on VH1).

She hopes that by revealing how this painful chapter of her formative years led to the alcohol and behavioral problems she's had in more recent years, she can help others who are struggling with their own demons.

However, she has her own agenda and wants to do things her own way, which includes not taking her medication. Dr. Drew, however, said she came to his facility to get care, which means allowing the professionals to best determine what she needs.

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Lost season three letdowns

by Erin Martell, posted May 31st 2007 11:04AM
Adewale Akinnuoye-AgbajeSeason Three of Lost had some of the best episodes in the show's history, but no season is perfect. From bad flashbacks to bizarre death fake-outs, this season had its shortcomings. No one can nitpick like a Lost fan, so let's get started! Feel free to share your Season Three criticisms as well.

So Long, Eko: After Season Two ended, I thought that the writers would take a break from the Tailie-killing. Eko was one of my favorite new characters, and I had hoped that he would stick around a bit longer. What really bugged me about Eko's death was that fact that he survived the hatch implosion only to get killed by the Monster five episodes into Season Three. I know that Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje wanted out of the show, but his death seemed so random.

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Lost audio podcast recap: February 20, 2007

by Erin Martell, posted Feb 20th 2007 8:34PM

Mira Furlan as RousseauABC just released the newest Lost audio podcast, which was once again hosted by executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. The podcast features a short interview with Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond), details about "Flashes Before Your Eyes," and information about "Stranger in a Strange Land," which airs Wednesday night. Here's what we learned:

  • Henry Ian Cusick considers Desmond to be a quieter, less conventional hero. He also prefers to be called Ian.
  • Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse admit that Desmond's episode was not a "flashback" in the traditional sense. Desmond was allowed to make choices within his own past, but was course-corrected by Fionnula Flanagan's character (the woman in the jewelry store).

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Angel: She

by Richard Keller, posted Aug 16th 2006 10:05PM

Wesley and Cordelia on Angel(S01E13) Wesley: Angel, we need a plan.

Angel: Here's the plan: I go in, start hitting people hard in the face, see where it takes us.

This was an interesting episode. Not because of what is was about, but because of what it was not about. It wasn't about vampires, vampire slayers, vengeful spirits, or anything else related to the supernatural world that we live in. This episode was actually more science fiction in nature as warriors from another dimension continued their gender warfare through the streets of Los Angeles. How did they get here? Well, they came through an extra-dimensional portal, silly!

Inter-dimensional warriors? Gender warfare? Portals? Gosh, you'd think this was an episode of Stargate SG-1 or something. Well, it wasn't, but it was just as fun.

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