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Old 05-13-2010, 05:57 PM   #31
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HAHAHAHAHA, or how about the guy playing the bearded Bishop... :Get away from me!!" while falling out of the door.
That little grunt he makes when running around the corner is hilarious!
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LOL I just saw the "He's got Johnathan" and I thought it was going to be much more then that.

Talk about amateur.
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Worst nomination: the kid "drinking in the dugout" in the Mark Adams segment.

"Why don't you guys just leave us...alone?"

I don't know if the actor was trying to appear buzzed, or if it never occured to the director that a group of high school boys might even be just slightly freaked out by a group of men in masks demanding their wallets?

To top it all off, all Mark Adams and friends do is nod affirmatively and calmly, and begin to walk away. Even if it is exactly how it all really went down.....hi-LAR-ee-us.
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I thought Arthur Neal, the man who played James Burnside, was eerily good. He also played James Burnside for the original broadcast of the Burnside case on Amercia's Most Wanted on July 3, 1988.
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"We could go back to my place for some SPAGHETTI" from the Colleen Reed kidnapping case.
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I thought Arthur Neal, the man who played James Burnside, was eerily good. He also played James Burnside for the original broadcast of the Burnside case on Amercia's Most Wanted on July 3, 1988.
yes he was great wasn't he and such an accurate likeness, I hope he wasn't given dirty looks after the case was originally shown.
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Tony Alamo's actor was very good.
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So, what are some of the best and the worst?

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the swamp couple in the Audrey Moate case
Absolutely. The casting director for that episode should be given all sorts of awards. The woman who plays Caroline is perfectly cast, and does a great job...
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I just saw the Agatha Christie segment the other day and while the story and acting weren't very good, I thought the production value and attention to detail was excellent.
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How the guys who unlock "Gabby's" trunk and find a skeleton.

"My gosh. It's a skeleton."
"Is is it real?"
"Better call the Sheriff."

If I discovered that skeleton, I would've been like:

"OH MY GOD!! THERE'S A DEAD ****ING BODY!!! (Runs away, freaking out, waves arms wildly) NYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH!"
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How the guys who unlock "Gabby's" trunk and find a skeleton.

"My gosh. It's a skeleton."
"Is is it real?"
"Better call the Sheriff."

If I discovered that skeleton, I would've been like:

"OH MY GOD!! THERE'S A DEAD ****ING BODY!!! (Runs away, freaking out, waves arms wildly) NYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH!"
Agreed! I love how they go "Uh oh!" too. I would have freaked out
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How the guys who unlock "Gabby's" trunk and find a skeleton.

"My gosh. It's a skeleton."
"Is is it real?"
"Better call the Sheriff."

If I discovered that skeleton, I would've been like:

"OH MY GOD!! THERE'S A DEAD ****ING BODY!!! (Runs away, freaking out, waves arms wildly) NYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH!"
Yes. I would be swearing in at least 3 languages while running away flailing like Grover.
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Yes. I would be swearing in at least 3 languages while running away flailing like Grover.



He had very few lines, but I think the man who played Rogest Cain did very well. The exchange between him and the mechanic was very convincing, with the slurred speech and staggering walk. He really did behave like a man who'd had a recent stroke.
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Some really bad acting came from the two who played Linda Sherman's sister and brother-in-law:

"I know my sister's car!"
"Yeah, well..."

I don't know if it has to do with the awkward writing for that scene but it's still a funny moment in an otherwise sad segment.

The man who played The Boston rapist was chillingly effective and made an already scary crime even more frightening.
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The man who played The Boston rapist was chillingly effective and made an already scary crime even more frightening.
I think he was probably one of the best actors they ever hired for the show. He brilliantly portrayed a cold, calculating character who remained calm the whole time. I always wince when he says, "Don't worry, everyone's going to have a nice Christmas" then immediately takes the lab technician in the other room and tells her to disrobe while they do a closeup on his face. The fact that he looks just like the real perp is supposed to "like any ordinary guy," makes it all the more unsettling.
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