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Originally published at LoveLure's Luke and Reid Blog. You can comment here or there.

Luke and Reid storyline is currently on hold in Holland (they’re smack dab in the middle of Van’s OCCUPANT filming hiatus), but there’s a lot going on elsewhere. I think that Trent Dawson’s phenomenal scenes that wrapped up the Henry/Vienna/”Paddy” storyline aired this week.

In the meantime, though, it looks like the Dutch broadcasters of ATWT – RTL – have figured out they had a winner on their hands last year with their “ATWT fandag” (fan day). In contrast to a lot of American soap fan events, which attract hundreds of fans, the Utrecht event filled a theatre to capacity for three showings. (And don’t even ask me how much it frosts my buns that Springfield, Llanview, and Pine Valley all got their own farewell events in the US but Oakdale got diddly).

Last year’s event was fan-initiated, and RTL jumped on bandwagon mid-way through. This year, I believe this is all RTL and they are taking advantage of the fact that this is truly the End by tweaking the format to include watching the final two episodes with former cast members.

The cast looks great: Brad Snyder (Austin Peck), Katie Peretti (Terri Conn), Henry Coleman (Trent Dawson), Lily Snyder (Martha Byrne) en Holden (Jon Hensley).

I was lucky enough to be able to arrange my life to attend last year (when the cast included Martha, plus Paolo Seganti, Marnie Schulenberg, Billy Magnussen, Lucinda Hubbard, and OF COURSE, Van Hansis). I have several writeups that you can see by clicking here. And I can highly recommend the experience.

(I have a few more audio tapes I’m going to transcribe, and some more links to add, in case anyone is still on the fence).

Back in September 2010, Jon Hensley talked very eloquently in interviews about how hard those final scenes were to film, and he alluded to how strange it was to do them with Noelle Beck instead of Martha Byrne. It wasn’t meant to be a knock on Noelle, as Jon has always been very respectful of her in the press, but rather because the writers were trying to bring Holden and Lily’s relationship full circle, and the circle began with Martha. I have to believe watching those final scenes with Jon and Martha there live will have the thousands in the audience bawling (as well as those on stage).

The fact that Martha is the sole guest from both seasons also speaks volumes about her popularity. She’s been off the air for several years now, but she is still Lily to the Dutch fans – and frankly, to many of us here in the US who grew up with her as well. So, good for RTL for recognizing that and giving the people what they want.

The RTL announcement (plus English translation) as well as ticketing information follows the jump…

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Originally published at LoveLure's Luke and Reid Blog. You can comment here or there.

FYI, Van was on Facebook last night and confirmed the appearances on THE MENTALIST, and DATING RULES FROM MY FUTURE SELF as reported in Soap Opera Digest – so more Van to look forward to in early 2012!

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OCCUPANT DVD update

In the meantime, speaking of Facebook, the makers of OCCUPANT were online this past Thursday to say that the DVD that was on sale on Amazon was a fake. The good news is they say “as son as the DVD is ready for sale,” so it sounds like they will definitely still release it (maybe we can look forward to a busy VANuary?).

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I did a quick search on the Google cache, and this is the image:

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The Amazon ASIN for this listing is B006GGNCV6 and it is currently showing as “unavailable,” so stay away from this one. As someone pointed out, buying bootleg DVDs puts money in the pockets of the pirates, not the actors and filmmakers in the form of residuals.

DATING RULES FROM MY FUTURE SELF

Speaking of DATING RULES, I was surprised to see that the “web series” already has a pretty well populated IMDb page, and it’s listed as a “TV Series” – go, team!

This is likely because the series has what appears to be a very experienced production team – Alloy Entertainment. They list among their producing credits, THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, THE SECRET CIRCLE, WENDY, GOSSIP GIRL, PRIVILEGED, HUGE, PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, and THE LYING GAME, AND THE SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELLING PANTS films.

The plot summary goes on to say: “A girl gets romantic advice from herself ten years in the future via text message.”

If you ask me, the premise sounds pretty good, and the name says it all – but it is just a little too similar to 8 SIMPLE RULES FOR DATING MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER (which, I didn’t realize until just now, actually officially shortened its name to 8 SIMPLE RULES).

I think this is the role Van described as small, “but I get to be funny,” and was the part he didn’t have to audition for – go, Van!

He’s not listed in the IMDb credits (yet), but the series is showing a 9 January 2012 release date. However, a fairly lengthy episode list has been posted:

  • Season 1, Episode 1: Chapter One: Who R U?
  • Season 1, Episode 2: Chapter Two: What is Luv?
  • Season 1, Episode 3: Chapter Three: Change YR World
  • Season 1, Episode 5: Chapter Five: Be YR Own Wingwoman
  • Season 1, Episode 6: Chapter Six: Try 2 Connect
  • Season 1, Episode 7: Chapter Seven: Keep Calm and Carry On
  • Season 1, Episode 8: Chapter Eight: Time 2 Intervene
  • Season 1, Episode 9: Chapter Nine: Luv Yrself

No episode details are available yet, but if Van’s right about being on episode 7 (love the British reference!), and it’s a weekly series released on Mondays (like January 9), then that would put his episode date at approx. February 20.

Oh well, a long wait for us fans, but it sounds like a good crew to know for Van. Good stuff.

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Last, I was just on Van’s IMDb, and it’s starting to look really good with all his new credits added! (Though he really needs an official image so he shows up under “recently viewed” with a picture!

At any rate, one new bit of trivia: his character from NIKITA has a last name, so he played “Yuri Levrov”.

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Originally published at LoveLure's Luke and Reid Blog. You can comment here or there.

And to think – I walked right by this on the newsstand yesterday!

Soap Opera Digest ran a very lengthy interview with updates on Van’s whereabouts including mentions of his work in OCCUPANT, PSYCH, and NIKITA. There is definitely news in the report, which, assuming the article is 100% correct, is:

  • Van’s booked an appearance on THE MENTALIST (a CBS series with a similar premise to PSYCH, but starring Simon Baker, who was quite charming in THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA – well, at least until his character showed his true colors)
  • The “brief but funny” appearance and a web series will be in DATING RULES FROM MY FUTURE SELF which starts in January
  • He’s been in touch with quite a number of the younger ATWT alums including Jess Soffer (Will), Jennifer Landon (Gwen), Alexandra Chandro (Maddie), Zach Roerig (oldCasey), and Tala Ashe (Ameera)

Last, Van says,

It was awesome to see [Jake Silbermann when he was in LA for Stuffer]. I’m also excited to tune into Eric’s [Sheffer Stevens] new show [I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER]. From what I’ve seen, he’s a slacker dad, which is very different from Reid!

Guess he’s figured out how to juggle his fanbases and stay out of the doghouse – mention both Jake AND Eric….in the same sentence! :)

Enjoy the interview!

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Originally published at LoveLure's Luke and Reid Blog. You can comment here or there.

Tonight’s Episode

Episode 3 of Eric Sheffer Stevens’s I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER airs tonight 9.30pm/8.30pm C – to be repeated again between midnight and 12:30 a.m. early Sunday morning. The episode to be aired is called ‘Teenage Cotillion.’

Streaming links, as before, are:

Personally, I’m looking forward to watching the episode live on a real TV – only the second chance I’ll have had to see Eric on a real TV (as opposed to a streaming clip or YouTube).

The previews for tonight’s episode are interesting. The episode, ‘Teenage Cotillion’ is about a daddy-daughter dance. Not surprisingly, it’s a good episode for Eric’s character, Matt, but what does surprise me is that the focus of the previews, at least, is all on Eric, not on both dads, especially given the teaser a the end of FOX’s press release for this episode (courtesy of Futon Critic):

MATT VOWS TO BE MORE INVOLVED IN SOPHIE’S LIFE ON "I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER" SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, ON FOX

As the girls prepare for a father-daughter dance, Annie and Jack suspect Matt will bail on Sophie, as usual. So Jack is on stand-by with his tuxedo. Meanwhile, Mackenzie doesn’t want Nikki to attend the dance and embarrass her. But it’s Gary who ends up being the center of attention in the "Teenage Cotillion" episode of I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER airing Saturday, December 17 (Midnight-12:30 AM ET/PT) on FOX. (TD-105) (TV-14 D, L)

Cast: Jaime Pressly as Annie; Katie Finneran as Nikki; Aisha Dee as MacKenzie; Kristi Lauren as Sophie; Eric Sheffer Stevens as Matt; Chad L. Coleman as Gary; Kevin Rahm as Jack

Three previews

‘Preview #1: Lots of Eric! Prepare to swoon!

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Okay, this to me is a little like “Reid turns in his stethoscope.” Lavender? Really? Her favorite flower is lavender? Maybe her favorite scent is lavender, but who actually wants a corsage that looks a little like a weed? Am I way off base here? Just for fun, I Googled “lavender corsage” (yeah, I know, I’m procrastinating BIG TIME right now) and a bunch of lavender-colored corsages come up, but they’re all made of other flowers – like roses! So whoever put in this line about him remembering her favorite flower – the concept is adorable, but the research could use a bit of assistance.</p>

Meanwhile, the delivery on, “Yeah, it’s ‘cause you were dancing with me.”? ***melt*** Just scrape me up, I’m a puddle of goo. I just wish I felt that goo-potential more between Annie and Matt.

Plus Reid fans note, he’s still bouncing as he walks. I think that must be an Eric-ism.

Preview #2: Less Eric, but guess who the girls are talking about here?

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I loved Jaime conveniently dropping her rag as she tries to casually mention that they watched a movie together, and Katie’s response to Matt and Annie having a bottle of wine together was priceless.

But overall, the punchline about Annie being in “love with two brothers”. Jaime’s making all the right motions, but I’m still feeling “teenage crush” on Jack, and I’m not feeling the mutual chemistry/heat for either pairing yet.

I adore the camaraderie I’ve seen in Jaime/Katie interviews – the actresses have great chemistry, and I’m starting to see that come across on the screen, too. I’ve also liked the chemistry between the guys, both Eric/Kevin and Eric/Chad, and that’s starting to come across as well. But I wonder if (in addition to the name problem) FOX has made another marketing blunder here in keeping the promos focused on either the moms, the daughters, OR the guys? I definitely sense a friendly group, but I don’t think the chemistry between the the couples is convincing…yet.

Preview #3: Another clip with no Eric (though the photos give away more), but again, he is clearly the focus of the on-screen conversations.

I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER - Preview #3 from "Teenage Cotillion" airing WED 12/14

Plus, thanks to the ladies at ESS.com, two behind the scenes pictures from this episode, and the “dress-shopping” promo that’s been out for about a week…both, after the jump…

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Originally published at LoveLure's Luke and Reid Blog. You can comment here or there.

SpoilerTV has posted the high-res versions of the seriously wub-worthy photos from this week’s IHMTD episode, ‘Teenage Cotillion.’ (Click on the images for even higher-res versions).

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SpoilerTV has also posted promo photos from Episode 4, which, sadly, don’t include Eric (it looks to be a big episode for Kevin Rahm, though). This may be one of the episodes he wasn’t in, as ESS fans who went to some of the tapings reported that he was unavailable (not sure if it was because he had other projects in the works!). If nothing else, it feels very strange to hear the episode referred to as their “winter finale episode.” They just got started!

I still maintain that the show’s name was a mistake. I think FOX secretly regrets it as evidenced by their backpedalling opening logo:

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Besides the early promo video of Jaime Pressly and Katie Finneran answering “Fans’ Facebook questions” by video – in which, coincidentally, the only question “answered” was, “Why the title?” the cutesy logo, to me at least, shouts – “No! We were only kidding, we don’t really hate our teenage daughters! We really love them! We just wanted to capture viewers’ attention with a gimmicky show name!”

Instead, what they’ve done, is given lazy headline-writers and automatic easy punchline, and an excuse to harsh on a show they hadn’t even seen yet. Bad move, FOX.

According to Futon Critic,the full first series (and FOX’s initial order) was for 13 episodes, which finish filming next week. The penultimate episode tapes tonight, and free tickets for next week’s season finale taping, Tuesday, 20th December, at the Warner Brothers studios in Los Angeles are still available via the Audiences Unlimited website.

Here’s hoping it’s back for the spring!

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Originally published at LoveLure's Luke and Reid Blog. You can comment here or there.

Okay, the episode naming still bugs the heck out of me, but I LOVE the fact that the moms score one in this clip.

Eric’s not in this clip, but it’s a daddy-daughter dance themed show, so he apparently definitely has a decent-sized part (that factoid thanks to Pin, who attended the taping!)

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Originally published at LoveLure's Luke and Reid Blog. You can comment here or there.

For those of you (like me!) who were unable to see I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER last night, Miranda has again uploaded the complete episode to TwitVid for all to see.

Thanks again, Miranda!

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Originally published at LoveLure's Luke and Reid Blog. You can comment here or there.

Tonight’s Episode

Episode 2 of Eric Sheffer Stevens’s I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER airs tonight 9.30pm/8.30pm C – to be repeated again between midnight and 12:30 a.m. early Sunday morning. The episode to be aired is called ‘Teenage Family Night.’

ETA, 8 Dec 2011, 1.36am GMT: I couldn’t get the streaming links I posted last week to work, but this one, courtesy of ESS.com’s joliepinkyswear seems to be working (X FACTOR is on right now!): http://www.shadow-net.info/channels/usa/fox-netw.html.

ETA, 8 Dec 2011, 1.49am GMT: Okay, I really gotta stop posting, but I just found two interesting things. First, there is a site that is liveblogging the episodes. It’s definitely more of a “just the facts, ma’am” recap vs anything snicks would do at AfterElton, but it’s worth a peek if you missed (part) of an episode.

While you’re waiting for the show to start, here is Futon Critic’s post with the official FOX press release for tonight’s episode:

FAMILY GAME NIGHT GOES AWRY ON "I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER" SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, ON FOX

In an effort to reconnect with the girls, Annie reinstates an old tradition of "Family Night," even though the adults are all now divorced. Nothing seems to go right as the girls try to escape, Nikki becomes outraged when she learns that Gary (Chad L. Coleman) is dating someone new and Annie is thrown when Jack (Kevin Rahm) shows up with a hot date in the all-new "Teenage Family Night" episode of I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER airing Saturday, Dec. 10 (Midnight-12:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (TD-104) (TV-PG D, L)

Cast: Jaime Pressly as Annie; Katie Finneran as Nikki; Aisha Dee as Mackenzie; Kristi Lauren as Sophie; Eric Sheffer Stevens as Matt; Chad L. Coleman as Gary; Kevin Rahm as Jack

Guest Cast: Christina Ochoa Lopez as Dominique; Marcus Choi as Bass Play #1; Louie Alegria as Bass Player #2

Here’s preview #1 from the FoxBroadcasting YouTube channel:

And preview #2:

Promo Spots and Screencaps

In the meantime, to tide you over, here is a FOX promotional video of Eric and his flip cam (OMG – did he really just say “nipples"?!) :)

Plus a cute one with a few scenes of Eric (check it out, Reid fans, he’s EATING!):

And another great promo video (which, as ESS.com’s joliepinkyswear points out, contains SKIN!) – scroll to 2:00 for just Eric’s part:

It’s from the latter video where this still was captured:

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For a review of where to watch tonight’s episode, some seriously wub-worthy promo thumbnails from an upcoming episode, plus an update on which episodes are airing when, keep reading…

Where to Watch

In case you missed the post last week…

For a list of Fox-affiliated local broadcast stations, click here.

For those of you living outside the US or unable to get to a TV to watch Eric Sheffer Stevens’s new sitcom, here are the livestream links I promised.

http://www.fox17online.com/news/livestream/ – This is a direct link to Fox 17 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. This should be in the Eastern time zone. This will be my preferred stream as they are the source providers.

However, if you are unable to access the stream through the Fox 17 site, here are two other sites where you can watch their stream:

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http://www.stream2watch.me/live-tv/fox-live-stream – (annoying ads on the sides)

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http://nowwatchtvlive.com/2011/07/watch-fox-network-east-live-online-fox-network-usa/ – click on Stream 2

Upcoming Episodes

Futon Critic also points out that there is an episode change coming up. Here is the new line-up:

  • 12/7/11 (We.) 9:30 PM & 12/10/11 (Sa.) 11:59 PM FOX (TD-104) Teenage Family Night
  • 12/14/11 (We.) 9:30 PM & 12/17/11 (Sa.) 11:59 PM FOX (TD-105) Teenage Cotillion (R)
  • 12/21/11 (We.) 9:30 PM & 12/24/11 (Sa.) 11:59 PM FOX (TD-107) Teenage Dating (R)

    The bad news is, the episode that looks like it will be postponed is the one with the basketball scene ((TD-103) Teenage Cheerleading).

    The good news is that the replacement episode, ‘Teenage Cotillion’ is one that features MATT in the headline:

    MATT VOWS TO BE MORE INVOLVED IN SOPHIE’S LIFE ON "I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER" SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, ON FOX

    As the girls prepare for a father-daughter dance, Annie and Jack suspect Matt will bail on Sophie, as usual. So Jack is on stand-by with his tuxedo. Meanwhile, Mackenzie doesn’t want Nikki to attend the dance and embarrass her. But it’s Gary who ends up being the center of attention in the "Teenage Cotillion" episode of I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER airing Saturday, December 17 (Midnight-12:30 AM ET/PT) on FOX. (TD-105) (TV-14 D, L)

    Cast: Jaime Pressly as Annie; Katie Finneran as Nikki; Aisha Dee as MacKenzie; Kristi Lauren as Sophie; Eric Sheffer Stevens as Matt; Chad L. Coleman as Gary; Kevin Rahm as Jack

    Am I the only one who finds the use of “Teenage” in every single episode name lame? I know that it’s a gimmick for some shows (the fact that the new HAWAII FIVE-0 does all their episode names in Hawaiians is particularly annoying – but the presence of BATTLESTAR GALACTICA’s Grace Park goes a long way in atoning for that faux pas), but really?

    And here are those wub-worthy pix I promised (from Cotillion):

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    (Sorry they’re just thumbnails, but I haven’t seen the full-sized versions published anywhere yet.)

    I know I’ve seen photos from the Cheerleader episode – it’s also the basketball one with the dads, and according to ESS fans who have been to the tapings, he’s got a big part in it. There have been screencaps published with Eric and co-star Chad Coleman sitting on the sidelines of a game (T-shirt, shorts, gym socks) but I couldn’t find one just now to save my life.

    Found one (in the IHMTD gallery at ESS.com):

    The one about multi-camera sitcoms

    Last, speaking of shows with gimmicky episode names, I was channel surfing today and ended up watching ‘The one with Joey’s bag’ episode of FRIENDS. Interestingly, I watched for about 5 minutes before I noticed the “laugh-track” and then I couldn’t ignore it given all the very harsh criticisms the IHMTD laugh tracks have gotten.

    For anyone who thinks multi-camera comedies and laugh tracks are completely passe, I hold up this episode as an example. I was always a casual FRIENDS fan – would watch it, enjoyed it, thought it was never “must-see” for me. Joey’s bag, and Chandler’s inability to admit to Monica that she gives truly horrendous massages were both played up for big laughs – utilizing the stage-like environment to play the slapstick and overdone facial expressions.

    But at the same time, this was also the episode where Phoebe meets her dad and confronts him for abandoning her, sister Ursula, and mom. And I admit it – I cried. The writing was great, and the staging and acting were up to the task. The audience, were reverentially silent, which really brought home the scene, until the punch-line at the end, which elicited quiet, and well-deserved laughter.

    I think FOX/Warner Brothers could probably stand to turn down the laugh-track a few decibels (something they should be able to do in post-production). Otherwise, the laugh-track, like the title, is just another lame excuse for critics to deliver a knee-jerk verdict before they’ve actually seen the show.

    BTW – speaking of critics, many have mentioned that the second episode is much better than the first, so we have something to look forward to!

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    While you’re waiting for the show to start, here is Futon Critic’s post with the official FOX press release for tonight’s episode:

    FAMILY GAME NIGHT GOES AWRY ON "I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER" SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, ON FOX

    In an effort to reconnect with the girls, Annie reinstates an old tradition of "Family Night," even though the adults are all now divorced. Nothing seems to go right as the girls try to escape, Nikki becomes outraged when she learns that Gary (Chad L. Coleman) is dating someone new and Annie is thrown when Jack (Kevin Rahm) shows up with a hot date in the all-new "Teenage Family Night" episode of I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER airing Saturday, Dec. 10 (Midnight-12:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (TD-104) (TV-PG D, L)

    Cast: Jaime Pressly as Annie; Katie Finneran as Nikki; Aisha Dee as Mackenzie; Kristi Lauren as Sophie; Eric Sheffer Stevens as Matt; Chad L. Coleman as Gary; Kevin Rahm as Jack

    Guest Cast: Christina Ochoa Lopez as Dominique; Marcus Choi as Bass Play #1; Louie Alegria as Bass Player #2

    Here’s preview #1 from the FoxBroadcasting YouTube channel:

    And preview #2:

    Promo Spots and Screencaps

    In the meantime, to tide you over, here is a FOX promotional video of Eric and his flip cam (OMG – did he really just say “nipples"?!) :)

    Plus a cute one with a few scenes of Eric (check it out, Reid fans, he’s EATING!):

    And another great promo video (which, as ESS.com’s joliepinkyswear points out, contains SKIN!) – scroll to 2:00 for just Eric’s part:

    It’s from the latter video where this still was captured:

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    For a review of where to watch tonight’s episode, some seriously wub-worthy promo thumbnails from an upcoming episode, plus an update on which episodes are airing when, keep reading…

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  • Originally published at LoveLure's Luke and Reid Blog. You can comment here or there.

    Dutch fans of ATWT are right in the middle of the Mona Cross/Invicta arc right now. Yesterday’s episode originally aired in the US on 30th June. For those interested in the major continuity issues between yesterday’s episode and the next one with Lure (a painfully long two-week wait away), it may be helpful to recall that the 30th June episode was the last one filmed before Van took a month off to film Occupant, and the one that airs in two weeks was the first one upon his return.

    Either the writing staff changed direction during Van’s absence, or the writers don’t bother checking continuity with episodes more than a few days’ back.

    At any rate, over on the LRO fan forum, there was, naturally an episode discussion going on. A couple of members started joking about Mona Cross having the hots for Reid – and I thought, "well gee, what if….?”

    The next thing I knew, I’d (relatively briefly) abandoned Simple Gifts to write about Mona. The first several chapters (1-4 or so) were written while the middle episodes of the show were playing out, and the last couple were posted just after the last episode. (And yes, I am still working on Simple Gifts!).

    So, for anyone interested in an alternative take on the storyline (all written to be plausibly within canon), I hope you’ll check out my fan fiction, Caught in the Cross-Fire.

    Each chapter corresponds more or less to one of the episodes of ATWT (I’ve tried to include a few bits from each episode to make it recognizable without spoiling the story for those who haven’t seen them yet).

    Chapter 1 – (corresponds to the episode that originally aired on 9th June 2010), featuring Bob, Luke, Reid, Noah, and Mona at the Lakeview (“the little hospital that could”, “a guy whose ex can pulverize me”)

    Chapter 2 – (17th June) Bob, Kim, Luke, Reid, and Mona at Memorial (“I thought we’d start in pediatrics”, “not the easiest guy to deal with”, “I am making your choice for you”)

    Chapter 3 – (22nd June) Bob, Luke, Reid, and Mona back at the Lakeview, plus some Reid with Katie (“Reid is clinical, mine is personal”, “welcome to the human race”, “that was my last meeting”)

    Chapter 4 – between-episode filler (there was also an episode on 23rd June, but Mona wasn’t in that one, so this chapter covers what she was doing while Luke and Reid were going about their business).

    Chapter 5 – (30th June) Bob, Luke, and Mona at the Lakeview, plus some Bob and Reid at Yo’s (“don’t let him get away”, “can I tell you a secret?”)

    Chapter 6 – (14th July) Bob and Mona at the Lakeview, later with Reid and Luke (“will you move already?”, “another unqualified candidate”, “you followed me?”, “we’ll wait in the lobby”, “better get used to interruptions”, “I could never be you”)

    Hope you like it!

    -LL

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    Originally published at LoveLure's Luke and Reid Blog. You can comment here or there.

    We’ve known for awhile this is coming, but here it finally is, in anticipation of tonight’s premiere! They don’t cover a lot of new ground in this interview with series stars Eric Sheffer Stevens (MATT), Kevin Rahm (JACK), and Chad Coleman, but the guys are cute, and the gal-pal stars Jaime Pressly and Katie Finneran drop by for an impromptu visit (check out how Katie touches Jaime’s hands at 2:39 – their chemistry in interviews has been phenomenal and I really hope it carries over the show!).

    Any one else up for an Eric sandwich?

    IHMTD premieres tonight on FOX Network, 9:30p/8:30p C.

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