Ah, sweet mystery of life!
lkoking Though I've yet to figure out the secret to that one, I can shed some light on a couple of smaller mysteries related to both local and network TV. For starters, why do characters portrayed by Sean Beanone of the most appealing actors around, keep getting killed off? As you'll see in Thursday's 7 p. Then why is his name guelph crossdresser escort in the credits of "Missing" alongside Ashley Judd?
At a recent ABC press session, creator Gregory Poirier supplied an answer: "Sean is a very integral part of the story, but he appears in flashback form.
So we start to unravel what led us to this point in terms of what has happened in the past. So Sean Bean is very much present in the future episodes but in a flashback way. The primary story revolves around Judd's character, Becca Winstone.
Ten years after the tragedy, Becca, who retired from the CIA after her husband was killed, is torn apart emotionally once again. Her teenage son has gone missing during a study trip abroad.
She's forced to re-enter her former, perilous world of espionage, calling on old friends and colleagues for help. Judd, who's made a career riego playing women on a mission, is very good here.
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There's also plenty of gorgeous scenery; every episode is set in a different European city. If you're a Bean fan, however, you may get frustrated by the end of episode two, since there still seems to be no of his character, even in flashback form.
Judd assured us he will pop up soon. In one flashback, she promised, "you see my husband and me working as CIA operatives together, and we are faced with some really wrenching moral dilemmas about what we will and will not do. That riedns to the pickle in which I find myself contemporarily while looking for my son. The Hawaii-born newscaster has taken a new job with a sister Sinclair Broadcast station in Austin.
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But wait Besides, Austin is a smaller TV market - No. San Antonio's Nielsen ranking of Lincoln, 27, and a four-year KABB vet, said her TV news goal always has been different from the evening anchor job most young newscasters aspire to.
Not only does an early show provide her with the ideal mix of bdan and features, but it will allow her to enjoy quality family time. Her husband, whose new promotion also conveniently takes him to Austin, works an early shift as well, she explained, so "finally, we'll be on similar schedules. You can enjoy a final dose of Lincoln's breezy style on "Fox News First" a.
She's subbing for absent anchors before starting in Austin. Jeanne Jakle 's column appears Wednesdays and Sundays in S.
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