Can you talk a little bit about how you and Shemar made that happen? I was only supposed to be in one episode and then they brought me in for the second one. We have to watch this sexual harassment thing.” I didn’t know if I was supposed to stay or leave, so I stayed and I was sitting right next to Shemar.
“Hopefully they don’t see her a threat, but see this new lady as adding another dimension to Morgan.” Besides, Moore must note with a laugh, “If Garcia is allowed to have Kevin and other boyfriends, Morgan’s allowed to play kissy-face once or twice.” Brings Back Paget Brewster for 200th Episode Moore says that while Savannah marks a “new relationship, it didn’t start yesterday,” alluded to as it was in this season’s opener. And there is a silliness and a giddiness and a rapport.” (Of Aytes’ casting, Moore says he had “a little input” in her landing the gig.
“The Replicator” — The Replicator zeroes in on the BAU when the killer targets one of the team as the next victim on the eighth season finale of CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, May 22 (- PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. w=206" data-large-file="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/103295_d00445b.jpg? w=240&h=349" width="240" height="349" srcset="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/103295_d00445240w, https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/103295_d00445b.jpg? w=138&h=200 138w" sizes="(max-width: 240px) 100vw, 240px" (Wednesdays, 9/8c) to embark on its “quickest, deepest dive” ever into Derek Morgan’s love life, he is well aware that one group of ‘shippers may be watching it unfold through their fingers.
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It takes place in the 1940s, so the costumes and sets are just glorious but, then, the speed of the actual comedy is very current and modern.
It’s a very weird, little, comedy art film that started as a play at Theatre of NOTE in Hollywood. I said “Whoever wants to come, we are going to show the movie.