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Is your marital bliss not all it's cracked up to be? Then you might take a cue from the episode of the BBC's Orphan Black that aired on this day in 2013. It was called "Variations Under Domestication," and here's the episode summary from IMDB.com:
"Sarah's hunt for answers is interrupted by a trip to the suburbs. Alison's paranoia has boiled over, putting all the Orphans at risk. But when Sarah, Alison and Beth's worlds dangerously collide, Sarah must decide who to trust with her secret."…Continue
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Some people have all the luck, and, by some people, I'm talking about director Joseph Kosinski. He was practically handpicked by TRON's creator himself to help bring that franchise back to life and into the 21st century, and the oft-maligned TRON: Legacy was born. Methinks Legacy gets a bad rap as it kept me entertained. Sure, it was all pretty and glossy, but is that such a bad thing? I mean ... have you ever looked at the inside of your PC? Happy birthday, Mr. Kosinski. He was born on this day in 1974.…Continue
I could be wrong, but I strongly imagine that Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson wouldn't mind having a SciFi franchise all of his own. And who knows? Maybe one day he will. But -- in the meantime -- I suppose action fans will just have to settle for his great little cameo-style performance in an episode of Star Trek: Voyager as well as his commanding lead in the space-age shoot 'em up, Doom. Johnson was born on this day in 1972.…Continue
I gave Syfy's expensive dystopian sci-fi program Defiance a look ... for about all of six episodes. Nothing about the characters and situations really grabbed me. Sure, it had a nice vibe to some of the alien cultures, but there was too little to maintain my interest. Actress Julie Benz -- as Mayor Amanda Rosewater -- gave the show some of its moral core. Plus, who doesn't appreciate a smokin' hot blonde? Benz was born on this day back in 1972.…Continue