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Early Life Losing her Brother "What's the matter with you? I was gonna fix it! Why would you do that? A few years later, Karen postponed going to college because she knew that her father and brother would not be able to run their family diner after her mother died from cancer.
Despite this, Karen grew bored of her small-town life and started selling drugs to students with her boyfriend Todd. Karen after the accident that killed her brother One day, Kevin revealed to Karen that he had re-enrolled her in college, something that Paxton wants to celebrate with a family dinner, but this leads to an argument and Karen runs off with Todd.
Todd attacks Kevin, and Karen injures Todd with his own gun to stop him. She quickly drives Kevin away, but crashes, killing Kevin. The local police chief covers up Karen's involvement, and Paxton asks her to leave.
I didn't do this! One day she was emailed a file which contained damning evidence of Union Allied's money laundering schemes. Seeking to tell someone about what she had discovered, Page asked Daniel Fisherone of her co-workers from the legal department, to join her for drinks at a nearby bar, believing him to be an overall good and nice man whom she could trust. The two shared a couple of drinks but before long Page became dizzy and lost sense of where he was during the night.
The next thing she knew, she awakened to find herself in her apartment covered in Fisher's blood, staring at his corpse in front of her as she held a bloody knife in her hand. The police kicked in her apartment door and arrested her as she pleaded that she did not commit the crime. It wasn't me, please, please you have to believe me.
I didn't kill him. They introduced themselves and explained their intentions to assist her; Page became suspicious of their experience and they confessed that they had only officially been operating as their own law firm for seven hours and she would be their first client.
When she confessed that she had no money to pay them, Nelson attempted to leave the case, but Murdock convinced him to stay. She told them her side of the story and Murdock told her that he believed her story and they agreed to take on the case.
Page is almost murdered by Clyde Farnum Later that day, Page slept in her cell as Officer Clyde Farnum sneaked up behind her and attempted to murder her by wrapping a bed sheet around her throat, apologizing to her as he choked her. Refusing to die, Page was able to free herself by scratching Farnum's eyes and knocking him back; she then used her only chance to scream at the top of her voice until help arrived. In a direct response to the assassination attempt and the lack of an official accusation against her, Foggy Nelson and Matt Murdock were able to get Page released from prison for her own safety.
Page tells her story to Nelson and Murdock Page was released to the custody of Nelson and Murdock and taken back to their office.
Once there and convinced that she was safe with them, Page told the lawyers how she obtained the financial records and her confrontation with her boss, although she confessed that she had not considered the consequences of her actions at the time.
And I came out here, and my first two or three roommates in L. Jack [Kenny, out Warehouse 13 showrunner] is one of my closest friends, he does right by me. That led you to being involved in the NOH8 campaign. Yeah, he did a good job of airbrushing my picture for sure.
He shuts me out, shuts me down, but in the end he comes around. It was interesting to feel that— the love one moment, then the next moment closed out for who you are. When did you realize that you had a giant gay following? Do I have a giant gay following? I guess this interview is the proof in the pudding. This interview and the photoshoot.
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Are you comfortable being objectified like that? I mean Pete [his character on Warehouse 13] has no problem ripping his shirt off. How perfect to know. The show has been fantastic since the first scene, which was you in your underwear climbing out of bed. But yeah, that was one of the first shots. I like his average body. Have I painted an attractive enough picture? That may have been my favorite coming out scene on television. Again, brilliantly written by Jack Kenny. I want Pete to be like no hang-ups about it.
He has such a perfectly innocent point of view. People ask me how much of myself is in Pete, and not to sound all artsy-fartsy, but I give all of who I am to Pete. The writing, Jack has known me for 15 years. He was a supervising producer on the first series I ever had called Holding the Baby back in And so he knows me, he writes to me. Now Pete shines through as a character, but so does everyone else on the show. Saul is just tremendous. Joanne and I, we really are just so opposite.
I drive her crazy, but I try and drive her to the least amount of crazy that she can handle. It just shows what a great actress she is.
Shooter (TV Series)
Frederick photo courtesy SyFy AE: One of the things I notice about the show is that you have giant stakes. After all, HG Wells did try to destroy the world.Meet the Fockers - Cast Interview
But you have very little actual violence on the show. Some interesting, suspenseful elements and yet still very little violence. That to me is really important.
It means that anyone in the family can watch the show. It was written to be much more serious than it turned out to be. But then when it found its tone it was something that kids could sit down and watch with their parents. And kids could be entertained and maybe learn something about history or even something about the family dynamic.
I was really excited, because growing up as a kid, some of my best memories with my dad are doing lines from TV shows or movies that we watched together.
You guys have so many fun great guest stars. I really want them to have Bruce Campbell come play my dad because we both have those giant butt chins.
And I remember seeing Evil Dead 2 in college, before I had ever even considered acting. I remember thinking this guy is the most rubber faced guy.
How does he know to do that on camera? Is someone telling him to do that? Generally they cast toward people who have sci-fi cred. Part of your guest stars, you had the crossover with Eureka, which I suppose will come to an end with that show. It always fascinated me that the two series could exist in the same universe.
When they came up with the crossover, I thought it was brilliant. It was great to have Neil Grayston. It would be great if Colin Ferguson could come do the show as the Sheriff. Then you two can compare square jawlines. He and I did some conventions together in Australia and discovered we get along really well together. It would be great.