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From: MSN Nickname_Ames  (Original Message)Sent: 6/9/2008 8:35 PM
Just got all 3 seasons for $77 on ebay.


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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 6/9/2008 10:03 PM
No, but I'm guessing sometime in October, the way things have been with that show.
 
And that's IF the hactors don't go on strike....

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From: MSN Nickname_AmesSent: 6/9/2008 10:27 PM
Who's going on strike now?  I hate Hollywood.

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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 6/10/2008 12:02 AM

Hollywood studios brace for actors strike

BY GARY LEVIN ?USA TODAY ?June 8, 2008

Here we go again. Still recovering from a three-month writers strike that crippled the TV and movie business, Hollywood is bracing for the possibility of another walkout, this time by the Screen Actors Guild, as early as June 30.

Filmmakers already are in strike mode: Most projects due to start shooting in the spring were postponed unless they could be completed by the end of this month. Actors are sitting on the sidelines to await the outcome of negotiations.

"The studios are not greenlighting films right now. It's a bad situation," says Emile Hirsch, who finished his last project two months ago. "Hopefully, it will all work itself out. Nobody wants to be out of a job."

But network TV producers, normally on early summer break, are in hurry-up mode. Though they typically don't resume shooting until late July or August, several series, including "House," "CSI" and "My Name Is Earl," are in production now and will complete four to six episodes for next season before June 30.

That's partly designed to make up for wages lost during the writers strike and partly to hedge against an actors walkout over the summer.

TV and film executives are less fearful of an actors strike than they were last fall before the writers walkout. The general consensus -- perhaps wishful thinking -- is that barring a last-minute settlement, there might be a short, symbolic strike. They note that SAG has yet to ask its members to authorize one.

But the effect would be swift. Most filming would be shut down immediately, unlike the writers walkout, when a script surplus allowed production to continue on previously written projects.

SAG resumed talks earlier this month with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, the studio consortium that handled labor agreements with writers and directors earlier this year. Both sides declined comment, citing a press blackout. SAG represents all film and most TV actors, and has 127,000 members.

Among actors' sticking points: royalty pay hikes, approval over the use of clips and product placements, and payments for original programs on the Internet.

http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080608/ENT01/806080536

 

 
 
 

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From: MSN Nickname_AmesSent: 6/19/2008 6:10 PM
Slightly disappointed. While the DVD works and the quality is great, it obviously bootlegged. The packaging is pretty decent except for the discs themselves...they're in those sleeves like a CD carrier.  My BF did the purchasing with his account so negative feedback to this seller will follow

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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 6/20/2008 7:27 PM
Oooo, dayum! That's bad! So glad they have that negative feedback thing. (And I heard recently they've changed the ability to give negative feedback to buyers!)

But are you enjoying the show? :^D

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From: MSN Nickname_AmesSent: 6/21/2008 1:39 PM
Yeah, that was a nice added feature. My BF sent him an email explaining it and the guys feels it didn't call for negative feedback, whatever dude you said the DVD was coming from Ohio not China. lol
 
I'm enjoying Mike's (bf) reaction. During the opening scene, OMG we just crashed chaos, he took a bite of  a sandwich before hand and stopped chewing for about 5 minutes. haha!

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From: MSN NicknamemisszellSent: 6/21/2008 5:44 PM
that happened to me once when i bought some big brother dvd's.....i was PISSED!!........paid almost as much as brand new ones.......

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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 6/22/2008 10:23 PM
he took a bite of  a sandwich before hand and stopped chewing for about 5 minutes
 
LMAO! Yep, that scene would do it.

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From: MSN Nickname_AmesSent: 7/1/2008 4:30 AM
We're about 8 episodes in right now and Sawyer is reading Watership Down, I just noticed this. I'm not sure it has anything to do with anything but I love that book so pointing it out. :)

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From: MSN Nickname_AmesSent: 7/7/2008 5:50 PM
 
Okay so last night we watched a few more eps and there was one titled Raised by Another or something like that...the one where Claire gets abducted at the end. WELL the beginning is her waking up to a baby crying...her baby and she's walking in the jungle trying to find him and she stumbles accross Locke doing something, carving wood maybe, anyways he says it's your fault Claire you were supposed to raise him...he looks up and he has one black eye and one white eye (I'm assuming they're backgammon pieces).  And the pshyic in her flashback says she has to raise her child.
 
So Holy Impressed. They knew back then that Kate would have Aaron and Aaron is the reason they're all coming back???
 
I'm going to try and find a clip...

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From: MSN Nickname_AmesSent: 7/7/2008 5:58 PM
Not sure why its black and white but here you go
 

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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 7/7/2008 6:10 PM
Wow, I had forgotten about that (it's been forever, lol - I really need to just buy those first seasons) - Locke says it's all her fault, that because she gave him away, they're all going to pay the price. I wonder why that affects everyone. Why does the island need him?

LOL, man, I love this show...

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From: MSN Nickname_AmesSent: 8/5/2008 3:41 AM
Look closely at the shark's tail in this clip...tell me what you see?
 
 
I asked my BF to rewind it and he's like No, you want to make sure I didn't miss some big giant hint!  LOL, he didn't believe me when I told him it's something I've never seen before.

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From: MSN Nickname_AmesSent: 10/15/2008 7:53 PM
Just finished season 2 and I caught a maybe something.  When Desmond returns Locke asks him what did one snowman say to the other. Smells like carrots.  In a flashback when Desmond first comes to the island and that Calvin guy drags him into the hatch the first thing Calvin asks him is that question and seems disappointed when Desmond can't answer it.  The way Calvin said it makes me think it's some secret Dharma code.  Does Locke just happen to ask this same riddle or is it leading to something more ... like Locke being in charge of the island as it appears the show is heading now. Has Locke known all along about the island?
 
I'm sure I'm reading into it too much.

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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 12/16/2008 6:51 PM
Didn't Desmond ask Locke that when they first came into the hatch? Des was holding Kate with a gun, and Locke came in...didn't he ask him that then?
 
I don't know, seems to me I remember that happening, but some things become kinda jumbled for me, lol.
 
That's why I'm re-watching the whole series on G4 now. I had only seen the episodes one time - when first aired - so I wanted to brush up on stuff. Seems like they'll set something up in, say 2005, and then the payoff comes in 2008....but who the hell remembers something minute for that long, lol?
 

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