That actress is (I think) Heather Burns. Her most memorable role, for me, was as the slightly ditzy shop assistant in You've Got Mail, with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks. It was nice to see her again.
How boring that would be! And how un-Abby-like! She is a true naïf, and has maintained her charming innocence since the second season, anyway. She did not quite start out like this, if you go watch the season one DVD's. She used to be more sophisticated and provocative. Not a lot, but a little. Her voice is not quite the same, either. This was deliberate on someone's part, and not likely to change at season 12. Not when it is the number one drama on this planet.
Gibbs did graduate from high school in 1976, probably at the age of 18, which would make him born in 1958, and make him 56 now, give or take a month here or there. (I graduated high school at 17, as did about one third of my class, due to the cutoff date for enrollment in my home state for Kindergarten.) So, he could also be 55. Is there a forcible retirement age for Special Agents?
Christine -- Late in the original run of the series Dallas, the writers made a monumental mistake and killed off Bobby Ewing. The season dealing with the ramifications of his death was a total critical and ratings disaster. So, in a scene so ridiculous that it has been considered the shark-jumping moment for Dallas, the writers had Pam Ewing hear her shower running, open its door, and find Bobby Ewing in there, showering. It had all been a dream of Pam's. Martha would no doubt enjoy greatly finding Patrick Duffy in her shower, either as himself, or as Bobby Ewing. I know I would. They are both charming and gorgeous. Martha does have an eye for eye candy.
I have never seen Alias, either. That comment went right over my head. I have never seen MOST of the shows which have been on the air in the last twenty-five years. It really would be nice if people would either explain their points in greater detail, or refrain from making them as hints. We do not actually all share the same culture.
"And Ducky was HOT! Who knew?" --Tanya All the aging fan girls knew .... I had to watch it again to catch all the lines that Alice Krige threw away. I think my favorite scene was also the one where Ducky nicked the villain's brachial artery, and verbally tormented him until he was too weak to pose a threat again. So smart! Signed, An aging fan girl
I loathed Sweets, all the years he was on. But I don't like Aubrey, either. Or the Cuban intern. I am much happier when they have Dr. Edison, or Wendell, or Mr Fisher. I think calling his boss an idiot to his face is a good way to find oneself in another job hunt. It did not ring true to me. Over the course of my life, I thought that of many of my bosses. I never said it. I would have been fired on the spot.
The person who strikes me as Weasel Number 1 is that female reporter. She is as manipulative as they come, and I don't think a true word has come out of her mouth yet.
Douglas -- David McCallum is living proof that sexy lasts forever. You could go out and get some turtlenecks, and start a whole new phase of your life for yourself!
A whole episode full of David McCallum! I was in heaven! I was one of the young ladies with a massive crush on him, and on Illya Kuryakin, and on the young man he played who died heroically in The Great Escape, and on the young man he played on The Outer Limits, whose head grew enormous. He was gorgeous then, he is gorgeous now, and I hope he never retires. The character is so sweet ... I loved the little throwaway scene showing Ducky has always had a difficult time with his mother and her Corgis, too. Consistency. The young actor who portrayed him in this was fine, but no one has ever had that mystique and hint of vulnerability to him the way David McCallum always has. He really is one of a kind. Yep. Aged fan girl. It was a good story, too. Reading the comments of others, and the review, it is quite possible that Ducky and his lady friend may use up some of his large amount of vacation time. I hope it is just vacationing, not retiring, though. One of my grandfathers worked more than full time until he was 83. I think that Ducky could, too.He could, at the very least, supervise or consult. His character would be a considerable loss to the program.
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