It was only a matter of time.
Think about a) how many fans have become completely absorbed in James Cameron's fictional world, some to the point of being depressed when the movie ends and b) how much money that movie has made.
The "Avatar" novel is a pretty clear next move, and it will mark James Cameron's debut as a novelist.
The gang has arrived in Saint Lucia, where Jake is happy to be after "all that emotion" last week. He admits that Ali leaving the show for her work was disappointing and wonders, in a clumsy, post-production chop job sort of way, how she's doing.
In San Francisco, Ali says she can't sleep since leaving the show. She will not give up on Jake and pledges to win his heart. I'm thinking a Facebook fan page in his honor.
Back to the island, where Gia shows up in her Jennifer Beals top and Daisy Duke shorts. Will her tribute to 1983 clash with Jake's love of 1988 on their date? Jake then asks Gia if she likes boats, forgetting the fact that they were on a boat for the hometown date. FULL POST
Greetings Bauerites. Another episode is now in the books, and it seems we are finally getting back to some good old-fashioned "24" action.
But before we give any credit to the show for some flashes of brilliance, let's briefly discuss the first 20 minutes, which seemed eerily similar to "watching paint dry."
That's right. You heard me. In a word, it was dull, painful and flat-out boring in that opening span. Ok, that was actually five words, but I had to get it out. FULL POST
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