A few Life notes: Click here for a new clip of this week’s episode at the official site at NBC.com; If you’ve missed any of the first 5 episodes, click here at Firefox News for a guide that breaks down the major characters, story arcs, and themes; Click here at the blog Memoirs on a Rainy Day for a recap of Episode 5 – The Fallen Woman.
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- Life Gallery update: Click here for Episode 5 – The Fallen Woman screencaps. Thanks to dj at Capslock for the screencaps!
- As usual, the official site has updated several pages following an episode. Updated: the Video area, Episode recaps, Gallery, & Conspiracy Wall.
- Click here, here and here for episode reviews of The Fallen Woman from the blogs Mostly Movies, Critics Rant, and TV Squad.
- Click here at Variety.com for Wednesday’s ratings.
October 22, 2007 | posted by mokulen | in Uncategorized
- NBC.com has added a new description of Episode 8 – Farthingale (Spoilers ahead!):
GAS EXPLOSION VAPORIZES HALF A MAN’S BODY AND CHARLIE CREWS BECOMES THE NUMBER ONE SUSPECT IN A MURDER INVESTIGATION – When a gas explosion vaporizes half a man’s torso, Charlie Crews (Damian Lewis) and Danni Reese (Sara Shahi) work to figure out if the explosion was an accident or arson. Their investigation reveals the man with half a torso was an IRS agent living a complex life complete with two careers and two wives. Could this IRS agents’ quest to become a hero have gotten him killed? Meanwhile Detective Carl Ames (Roger Brown), who oversaw Crews’ murder investigation, is found dead in the parking lot of the police station. Once again, Crews finds himself at the center of a murder investigation. Adam Arkin, Robin Weigert and Brooke Langton also star.
- Around the blogosphere: Click here for a post singing Damian’s praises saying “Lewis shoulders the duties of a series leading man as if born to the job.”