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Tuesday, August 29, 2006


Actor Skeet Ulrich, star of CBS' new fall drama series JERICHO, is slated to attend the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series Sony HD 500 at California Speedway in Fontana, Calif. on Sunday, Sept. 3. Ulrich, the stepson of retired NASCAR driver D.K. Ulrich and the nephew of retired NASCAR driver and Virginia Motor Sports Hall of Famer Ricky "Ironman" Rudd, will be on hand to attend the drivers' meeting, visit the speedway's FanZone and tour the garage area.

Ulrich's television credits include the critically acclaimed series "Miracles" and the movie "The Magic of Ordinary Days" on the Network. He also starred in the Emmy Award-nominated cable mini-series "Into the West." Ulrich's feature film credits include "As Good As It Gets," "The Newton Boys," "Scream," "The Craft," "Nobody's Baby," "Albino Gator," and "Chill Factor."

JERICHO, premiering Wednesday, Sept. 20 (8:00-9:00 PM) on the CBS Television Network, is a drama about what happens when a nuclear mushroom cloud suddenly appears on the horizon, plunging the residents of a small, peaceful Kansas town into chaos, leaving them completely isolated and wondering if they're the only Americans left alive. Fear of the unknown propels Jericho into social, psychological and physical mayhem when all communication and power is shut down. The town starts to come apart at the seams as terror, anger and confusion bring out the very worst in some residents. In this time of crisis, as sensible people become paranoid, personal agendas take over and well-kept secrets threaten to be revealed, some people will find an inner strength they never knew they had and the most unlikely heroes will emerge.

JERICHO also stars Gerald McRaney ("Major Dad"), Ashley Scott ("Dark Angel," "Birds of Prey"), Pamela Reed, ("Proof of Life"), Kenneth Mitchell ("Miracle"), Lennie James ("Sahara"), Sprague Graydon ("Six feet Under," "Joan of Arcadia"), Michael Gaston ("Prison Break"), Erik Knudsen ("Saw II"), Brad Beyer ("Third Watch") and Shoshanna Stern ("Weeds"). Jon Turteltaub ("National Treasure"), Stephen Chbosky ("Rent") and Carol Barbee ("Judging Amy") are executive producers for CBS Paramount Network Television. On the web: http://www.cbs.com/primetime/jericho
- CBS Entertainment, Press Release
Courtesy of http://www.catchfence.com/index1.html


Monday, August 21, 2006

The Arrangement part 3

The Arrangement, part 3
Rev Dunne

Rev Dunne had a meeting with his lawyer, Mr Thompson, at 10:00am, and since it was not church business he was not in his clerical attire.  After checking in with the secretary he sat down to wait.  He had a lot on his mind, and kept turning the envelope over and over in his hands. It was about his wife’s will.  Just another thing he had to deal with in coming to grips with the fact that his wife was no longer by his side.  His shoulders slumped.  He was not a man who easily showed his emotions.  He dealt with a lot of pain and hardship in his chosen field as a minister, and he had learned long ago how to keep a neutral demeanour.

He glanced up at the clock.  It was now 10:10.  He looked at the secretary and she shrugged her shoulders and said, ‘Sorry, Rev Dunne, it seems Mr Thompson is still busy.’

A few minutes later they both heard shouting coming from the lawyers office.  Time was of the essence, and Rev Dunne was thinking of leaving when the office door opened and the angry client and the lawyer came out.  

It was now 10:20.  After the client left, Mr Thompson motioned for Rev Dunne to come into the office.  ‘Sorry about the wait,’ he said.

Rev Dunne said, ‘That’s okay, but I cannot stay past 11:00 today as I have other commitments.

Mr Thompson said, ‘This is just the initial reading.  Should we wait for your daughters?’

‘Pardon me?  Were my daughters supposed to be here today?’ asked Rev Dunne.

‘Peter, I thought the letter was clear that you all were to attend.  They are mentioned in the will, too,’ the lawyer said.

Being the man of the family Rev Dunne was used to handling the family affairs, and he had read that his daughters should attend, but thought it wouldn’t matter.  Mrs Dunne did not come from a wealthy family, but her family had more money at their disposal than Rev Dunne’s family.  One of Mrs Dunne’s grandfathers had done well in business a number of years ago and had set up annuities for his children and his grandchildren.  Rev Dunne, being a proud man, did not want to use his wife’s money.  He felt that what he earned was ample to support them.  But Mrs Dunne had this money from her grandfather, and she needed to use it somehow.  They came to an agreement that she could use the money for extra things they needed.  When the girls were young Mrs Dunne took money out a couple of times a year.  She would buy ready-made clothes or material to make the girls new dresses, and of course at Christmas.  The Reverend did not want the girls wearing clothes that were too fancy, so since Mrs Dunne was very adept at sewing she made a lot of the girls clothes for them.  After the girls left high school Mrs Dunne used the money to help pay for their university education.

As Rev Dunne rose to leave he said, ‘I’m sorry to have taken up your time, Mr Thompson.  I will schedule a meeting with your secretary, and have her confirm it with my daughters.  I am seeing one of them for lunch today, and will get back to you.’

‘Thank you, Rev Dunne,’ said Mr Thompson, ‘And if the truth be told here, I kind of need a break after that last client.’ Rev Dunne nodded in agreement, shook hands with the lawyer and went to speak to the secretary to arrange another appointment.

After leaving the lawyers office, and since he had time,  he drove to the church before going to Abby’s house for lunch.  He was curious about the invitation to lunch.  Abby had assumed a lot of the duties at the church that his wife had performed over the past years.  If it was church business she needed to discuss, he wondered why she was inviting him to her house. They always made appointments to see each other in the church office.


Monday Distraction

Some miscellaneous photos to start the week....

Any chance of gawking at those arms and hands ..and the eyes, lips, dimple.... is worth posting.

Absolutely an agreeable distraction for me.


Thursday, August 17, 2006

Hits galore

We've not had one of these for a while. Special thanks to Jecorbin for the idea and the extra push from Kay. It's a big day hitting a milestone, congratulations everyone!


Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Welcome Christy!

Hello folks, sound out to our newest member of the blog.

Welcome --


Enjoy yourself and don't be shy, be a part and be heard!


Jake vs. Paul

When we first spotted the picture on the left, some wondered if it was of the "Paul" era (I think based on the shirt that seemed so familiar). The picture on the right is definitely from the Paul era - shirt is similar, but what do you think now of the Paul vs. Jake debate?


Wednesday, August 09, 2006

There's a new guy in town...

JAKE GREEN returns to Jericho, Kansas

*courtesy http://www.myspace.com/stuckinjericho

Edited by skeetrfan --

I don't want to push Kay's post down but I needed to add this picture from the forum (found by lgl) since we are having a Jericho/Jake/Skeet fest here.

I've neglected my fellow TMoODers lately, please accept my apologies. I am trying to catch up and have missed being here--but I am back!

credit to: http://www.spacecast.com/microsites/fall06/images/jericho.jpg and lgl


Monday, August 07, 2006

A different shot...

Okay, it's the dog days of summer and we've all got the blahs.
Weeks till "Jericho" starts and who knows how long till the cast (who am I kidding?? SKEET) starts doing press and TV interviews. Thought we needed a jolt today...some "vintage" Skeet, if you will. Works for me, how 'bout you?

Happy Monday everyone!


Thursday, August 03, 2006

Fan Fiction Newbie : My Sequel Scenario

Okay, Ive finally taken the plunge and attempted to do a little fan fiction. All this talk of stories has motivated me, (mostly through guilt -- but hey, it works!). Anyway, I wrote all day Tuesday, and finally managed to get it all up at my yahoo account. It is really long, roughly 15 pages, so I think I will just put the link here or it would push all the wonderful Skeet pics into oblivion, and that would be soooo wrong. To preface it a bit, the story was written as a sequel to the movie and takes place about 8 months after the end of the movie when Danny is about 2 years old. And, just a warning, my yahoo account times out a lot because they only allow so many downloads/views per hour. If anyone wants to post the story elsewhere .....that'd be great! Anyway, I hope you enjoy it...............take care friends!