It's ridiculous that a presidential candidate could say something like this.
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Oooh, Ioan Gruffudd…
He was the only officer with heart enough to row back and save Kate Winslet's lifeboatless icicle of a body in Titanic.
And he was incredible with Jessica Alba in Fantastic 4…
But most recently we've fallen in love with him in Ringer.. that amazing cant-believe-they-keep-surprising-us noir on The CW with Sarah Michelle Gellar.
And we only have TWO MORE EPISODES LEFT of this season!! AHHH!!!
ON CATHERINE'S EVIL B*TCH PLAN:
Tonight's episode is really, really intense. And the ending… it's got such an insane climax that you won't be able to believe there's a finale still to come the following week. I had goosepimples watching last week's episode — I just love how everything is so wonderfully coming together because when you read these things on the page, you're never quite sure how they are going to play out. Is it too far-fetched? Will it be believable? I think we've earned some trust with the audience by this point. People are with us and we've ramped it up at just the right time for them to take this journey with us and believe what we're doing.
ON WHETHER OR NOT BRIDGET REVEALS HER TRUE IDENTITY:
It's so tough to talk about because I know what happens… which isn't to say that Bridget actually reveals that to Andrew. But before we got these scripts, I did wonder how we could have a second season, fingers crossed, if Bridget reveals that to Andrew. Where would we go? On a personal note, I think holding back that revelation might be more interesting moving forward. Leave the fans wanting more for season two. Even though I know the answer, I've learned to be a little cryptic. You'll just have to watch and see.
ON A POSSIBLE FINALE CLIFFHANGER:
What's wonderful about what we've done, which has not been deliberate in case we don't get picked up, is that we are actually wrapping lots of storylines up. Not in a neat little bow, mind you — more like wrapping them up in a bloodied bow, shall we say. Most of the questions we posed at the beginning of the season, the audience will get satisfying answers for. They're not going to feel cheated over the last two episodes. Things will be answered. Which, again, poses the question: Where do we go from here? How do we take the series beyond this? Fans will be very satisfied yet be posing all these questions in their mind about what season two could be.
ON THE POSSIBILITY OF A SEASON TWO:
Sarah Michelle are the creators are the ones to talk to about that, but as far as I know, we don't know. I have seen myself doing this show for the next three years, however, so if we don’t get picked up, I'm in for an all-mighty fall because I've been planning on how I will decorate my trailer next season.
OH FOR THE LOVE OF EVERYTHING THAT IS FABULOUS, PLEASE LET THERE BE A SEASON TWO!!
We've found ourselves deep, deep in with these characters and we don't want to say good-bye!!
Sure, it may not be Jersey Shore as far as ratings are concerned, but the following is strong… and it's one that warrants a second season on a network like The CW.
Don't U agree??
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