Terry O’Quinn

Rorschach at Comic-Con

Rorschach’s Journal: July 13th, 2012 I don’t sleep, not by current definitions. I lie still, lie silent, but my eyes do not close. Vigilance is the price of order. Sleep is a breeding ground for vulnerability. I tend to be grumpy in the morning. Suiting up for my second day of the maddening orgy of nerdom that is Comic-Con, I don my mended face. The tensile strength of my haphazard handiwork proves adequate. On the train, local law enforcement commence inspecting tickets. I remain calm. Costumed freaks of all ilks populate this speeding geek wagon. I should not draw much attention. My admittance is confirmed. They do not leave; maintaining uncomfortable proximity. Fists clenched, I will not go quietly. Stop reached, I am not accosted. The badged grunts turn a blind eye as I step off the train and vanish into the crowd.

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Channel Guide - Large

“Why just watch when you can feel?” That was the question ABC Entertainment Group President Paul Lee put to advertisers while pitching next year’s lineup at the network’s upfront presentation. Those are awfully grandiose words for someone affiliated with The Bachelor and Dancing with the Stars (both returning next year), don’t you think? The shows that apparently weren’t living up to this lofty guiding principle: GCB, Missing, The River, Cougar Town, and Pan Am. Cougar Town is moving to TBS where they don’t care about feelings, and there’s been an outpouring of support from GCB fans, with people signing petitions to save the show, so there were some feelings, but I guess it was too late. No one seems too worked up about the other cancellations, though, so Lee got it right. The emotion stirring returning shows include Last Man Standing, Happy Endings, Modern Family, Scandal, Once Upon a Time, Revenge, and America’s Funniest Home Videos. ABC recently released trailers for its new series and here are a few of the more interesting ones. But how well they fit with the network’s new philosophy is a little confusing.

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A young scrappy pilot, conveniently, accomplishes what a non-freakazoid Howard Hughes (played by the Terry O’Quinn) and a few lackeys at the C.I.A. couldn’t do: create a flying man! That pilot, Cliff, becomes that gold helmeted flying phenom. This comic book adaptation is full of Nazis, a vain and villainous actor, and an ugly as hell goon. What more could you ask for?

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Junkfood Cinema

After watching your third hour of golf (that Mcllroy sure can play!) and giving your father the same tie from last year, enjoy this special Sunday edition of Junkfood Cinema in honor of all of the fathers that didn’t try to murder us and move on to the next family. Welcome back to Junkfood Cinema; your mother and I are very disappointed in you. Kids, fetch me my slippers and my flagon of Scotch because it’s time for me to tell you about another fantastically bad movie. Stop that whining and sit still while I breakdown the birds and the bees of what exactly makes this movie so bad. Then, if you finish all your chores and refrain from soiling yourselves for once, I will tell you all about what makes me love that same movie so much. Finally, I will whip up an appropriately themed snack food item to ensure your wild, sugar-induced frenzy just as you are supposed to be getting ready for bed. As today is Father’s Day, this week’s very special treat is The Stepfather 2.

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Lost

For many fans, closing the book on Lost once and for all has been a difficult task. Not only was it one of the most devoutly followed shows of all time — a series that showed us that the world of television could be delivered in a manner that felt cinematic, but existed over a longer period of time — but it was also one of the most intriguing and divisive shows in recent times. Our most recent memory of the J.J. Abrams championed show is just that — the great divide created by the big finale, dubbed appropriately “The End.” On May 23, 2010, it all came to an end. And with it came the answers to questions, some six years in the making, as well as more questions that have continued to plague the starving masses to this day. None of that hysteria will end with the release of the Complete Collection on Blu-ray. The questions remain. However, this week’s release of Lost in its entirety, complete with delicious goodies, is meant for a celebration. It’s time to look back at Lost from the beginning and celebrate one heck of a journey.

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Face it: LOST is over. And whether your eyes are puffy from a night of post-reunion crying or simply one to many Dharma beers, chances are you’re now searching for the meaning behind those last two-and-a-half hours — or at least confirmation that you’re not crazy in your interpretation of them. So whether you loved it or hated it, here’s your Definitive Guide to WTF Just Happened on LOST.

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Just when you thought the folks behind Lost were ready to begin unraveling the story and cranking the surprises up to eleven, they go to twelve instead. With The Lost Club taking this and next week off due to some scheduling conflicts, I am here to lead the discussion with all of you — our lovely readers.

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Another episode of Lost has come and gone — with only a few left now — and once again, The Lost Club has convened to discuss what is happening on the magical island and in bizarro world. This week’s episode — entitled “The Last Recruit” — jumps in right where things left off last week…

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Lost: Everyone Loves Hugo

This week, the FSR Lost Club lost one of its own (pun inadvertently achieved) — Cole Abaius went road tripping across the country for what he claimed to be a good reason, never to be seen around these parts again. But even though he’s left us right at the pivotal moment when Michael (Harold Perrineau) returns to the show, we Losties never say die.

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It seems as if last night’s episode of Lost came with an excited sigh of relief from long-time fans. As we’ve seen time and time again, the show isn’t shy about going through stretches of episode where it appears as if the story is not moving at all. In episode five, Sundown, the story gets moving in a hurry — characters begin to die, alliances are formed and questions are actually being answered.

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Every week through the epic final season of ABC’s Lost, we are bringing you into the common area of Reject HQ. There, as they have for a while now (several weeks), the Reject HQ Lost Club meets to watch the episodes live and discuss afterward. These video blogs are a record of what happens when the Bad Robot is done doing his little dance, or whatever that is…

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We are back for another week of Lost. And as you know, there is no substitute for the Reject HQ Lost Club. Dr. Abaius and I are once again joined by the likes of Landon Palmer, David Gunn and Emily Younger to discuss the continuing madness that is season six of Lost.

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It’s time to clean yourselves up friends, as Lost is back. And in honor of the epic final season, we’re unleashing a series of video blogs direct from Reject HQ.

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This week on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we spend 5 minutes talking about movie news and another 4 hours talking about Jaws. You’re welcome.

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31daysofhorror-reckoning

Jerry is disappointed in his family so he kills them, calmly cleans himself up, and heads out to begin a new life. He finds it with single mother Susan and her daughter Stephanie, but the harder he tries to make things work the more rebellious Stephanie seems to get. Maybe this isn’t the perfect family he was looking for. Maybe it’s time to move on again…

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lost-theincident

Locke continues his quest to kill Jacob. Jack aims to set off Jughead and Kate, Sawyer and Juliet set out to stop him.

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lost-followtheleader

Jack (Matthew Fox) and Kate (Evangeline Lilly) are at odds over the direction to take to save their fellow island survivors, and Locke (Terry O’Quinn) further solidifies his stance as leader of “The Others.”

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turnedon-sawyer

We here at FSR thought we should get a sex column, but it couldn’t just be any old, tired, worn-out, married for seventeen years and barely looking at each other while we brush our teeth and where did the love go sex column. It needed to be the best damned sex column on the face of the planet.

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lost-deadisdead

Ben Linus plans to atone for his actions by facing judgment by the island.

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lost-lifeanddeath

Locke’s (Terry O’Quinn) fateful mission off the island as Jeremy Bentham is revealed.

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