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Mar.
28th,
2014
The Thrilling Adventure Hour in New York
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By Dylan P. Gadino | March 25, 2014 at 4:32 pm | No comments | feature slider, News, TV/Movies | Tags: Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, John Hodgman, Marc Evan Jackson, Paget Brewster, Paul F. Tompkins, Thrilling Adventure Hour

It’s been nine years since writers Ben Acker and Ben Blacker staged their first production of The Thrilling Adventure Hour, a wholly unique comedy experience that has earned a massive cult following thanks, in part, to its monthly sold-out shows at the 280-seat Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles and its accompanying podcast from Nerdist Industries. And on Saturday, May 10 at 8 pm, cast and crew will descend upon Town Hall – 1,500 seats! — in New York for their biggest event yet, presented by WestBeth Entertainment.

For the unaware, The Thrilling Adventure Hour is a live show performed in the style of an old-time radio broadcast. Each show features a few episodes of Acker and Blacker’s recurring programs like “Beyond Belief” and “The Adventures of Captain Laserbeam.”

So undoubtedly, characters like Sparks Nevada, Croach the Tracker, Frank and Sadie Doyle (pictured) and many others will come to life in Manhattan thanks to the likes of Marc Evan Jackson, Mark Gagliardi, Paul F. Tompkins and Paget Brewster. New Yorkers will also get to see castmembers Busy Philipps, John Hodgman, Autumn Reeser, Craig Cackowski and Hal Lublin in action. And there will be guest stars: Ira Glass, Scott Adsit, Jonathan Coulton, Terry Kinney and Paul & Storm are scheduled to perform!

Tickets go on sale this Thursday at noon through Ticketmaster; prices will range between $32 and $53. So be sure to get your clicking fingers ready. And be sure to keep your eyes trained on Laughspin for a feature on The Thrilling Adventure Hour.

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Mar.
21st,
2014
A Little Down Time…
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It’s a little quiet around here as Paget works on the St Francis pilot. If there is anything you would like to see on the site in the mean time, comment down below and I’ll do my best to make them available!

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Feb.
20th,
2014
Paget Brewster Joins ABC Comedy Pilot Saint Francis
Filed Under: New Show

Paget Brewster has signed on to ABC’s comedy pilot Saint Francis, Deadline reports.

The Criminal Minds alum will play the age-obsessed wife of Michael Imperioli, who is approaching 40 and is described as “the glue of the family,” Deadline reports.

Pilot Season: Get all the latest news

Saint Francis follows Francis Quinlan (Imperioli), a no-nonsense Long Island cop whose conservative worldview is challenged when his 29-year-old unmarried sister gets pregnant.

Do you think Brewster will be good in the role?

We have also set up a new blog to post updates about Paget’s new pilot! Make sure you check it out

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Feb.
11th,
2014
It Was Bittersweet
Filed Under: Guest Appearance, Interview

When Criminal Minds executive producer Erica Messer asked Paget Brewster to return for the show’s 200th episode, there was only one option for the actress.

“I said yes right away – no question,” Brewster tells TVGuide.com. “Erica called me directly before talking to any agent or executive or anything. She just called me up and said, ‘Hey, we want to have people come back for the 200th.’ I said, ‘Absolutely. Whatever you want. I’m game. I’d love to.’ I was really flattered that they asked me. There was nothing to think about.”

Neither was there for Messer. “I knew I wanted Paget to come back for this,” she says. “She was such a huge part of the show. I know the fans are very excited, and the 200th is about celebrating our fans and our family.”

Brewster will make her much-anticipated return on Wednesday’s milestone episode (9/8c, CBS) when Hotch (Thomas Gibson) calls Prentiss (Brewster) at her London-based Interpol office to help the BAU find JJ (A.J. Cook), who’s now being tortured for intel after getting kidnapped in the closing seconds of the previous episode. The appearance is Brewster’s first since leaving the show for a second time in 2012 – a year after she briefly departed when CBS reduced her episode count and let Cook go before rehiring both. “It was bittersweet coming back [this time],” Brewster says. “I do miss those guys and it was great to just see them again. We have the same jokes with the crew and ways of working. The moment I got there, it felt like I never left. And then part of me is like, ‘Maybe I shouldn’t have!’”

Many fans still feel that way – and more might after the 200th episode, which will feature Prentiss prominently. “I thought I’d be in two or three scenes and just hang out with everyone,” Brewster quips. “I hope it’s not overkill.” Appearing in flashbacks and in the present, Prentiss sheds light on JJ’s secret mission with Cruz (Esai Morales), who has also been kidnapped, while she was with the State Department. Though JJ has kept the details from the rest of the team, she divulged to Prentiss about what she was really doing at her then-new job when she helped Prentiss fake her death during the Ian Doyle saga.

“There’s a really great [flashback] scene between Prentiss and JJ that shows what a great, strong relationship and friendship they have and how close they are – and that they kept each other’s secrets,” Brewster says. “It was very deliberate to mirror what had happened between Prentiss and JJ before when JJ came back to help [Prentiss with Doyle]. I really liked that and how it all came together and you find out what exactly happened to JJ back then and Prentiss’ role in it.”

While both JJ’s and Prentiss’ backstories wove together, as Brewster describes, “wonderfully,” no one foresaw their intersecting story line during the cast shakeup. Now three years removed from the ordeal, Brewster looks back at it as a blessing in disguise, as it provided the opportunity to flesh out both characters. “It was a painful shakeup,” she says. “I learned a lot and I’m having an amazing time doing what I’m doing now [and] A.J. too. She was able to return and say, ‘I’ve grown and I want JJ to grow. I want her to be a profiler.’ And they found a way to do that. Everyone grew and adapted to that situation. Even when upsetting things happen, it’s how you respond to them that define your character and help you grow and become stronger. Everything happens for a reason. I’m doing great now and they’re doing great.”

The show now, of course, stars Brewster’s so-called replacement Jeanne Tripplehorn as Blake. The two share a brief scene together in Wednesday’s episode, for which Brewster is “really grateful.” Lest we forget, Brewster was once in Tripplehorn’s shoes as the new kid on the TV screen when she replaced original cast member Lola Glaudini in Season 2.

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Jan.
30th,
2014
200 Promo
Filed Under: Project

I don’t us usually post promos…but this had to be done!

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Jan.
18th,
2014
Hollywood Game Night Interview
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Jan.
11th,
2014
The Thrilling Adventure Hour Returns To SketchFest
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Returning for its fourth year, Acker & Blacker’s The Thrilling Adventure Hour is a staged comedy production in the style of an old-time radio show that proves radio is still the king of all media! A sophisticated comedy sprinkled with affectionate homage to 1940’s era radio, the Thrilling Adventure… program features three non-serialized serials in each episode, as well as jingles and messages from sponsors such as Patriot Brand Cigarettes (“Good for your Constitution”).

Since 2005, Ben Acker and Ben Blacker have been writing and producing a new show each month and the crowds consist not only of Hollywood denizens seeking a unique evening of comedy, but also loyal fans who return month after month to follow their favorite characters. This San Francisco iteration features two shows with the regular cast of Work Juice Players and special guests.

The Work Juice Players:
Paget Brewster
Craig Cackowski
Marc Evan Jackson
Hal Lublin
Busy Philipps
Annie Savage
Paul F. Tompkins

Special Guests:
John DiMaggio (“Futurama”)
Dave Foley (“The Kids in the Hall”)
Karen Gillan (“Doctor Who”)
Keegan-Michael Key (“Key & Peele”) (7pm show only)
Melanie Lynskey (“Heavenly Creatures”)
Kevin Murphy (“Mystery Science Theater 3000″)
Paul and Storm (“w00tstock”)
Jason Ritter (“Parenthood”)
James Urbaniak (“The Venture Bros.”)

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Jan.
3rd,
2014
Modern Family Screencaps
Filed Under: Gallery, Guest Appearance

After some messing around with my screen capping program, I have finally been able to take screen caps again. As the program hadn’t been working properly, I decided to start with a guest appearance rather that a full episode or movie.

I have now added 384 screen caps from Paget’s appearance in the Modern Family episode, Flip Flop. Take a look, and enjoy!


   

Television > Modern Family > Season Four > Flip Flop

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Dec.
25th,
2013
Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year!
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From everyone here at Paget Brewster Online, I would like to thank every single one of our visitors over the last year! We could not have done it without you!!

We hope that you have a very merry christmas and a happy and healthy new year!!

We cannot wait to see what 2014 has in store for Paget and we hope that you continue to visit!

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Dec.
14th,
2013
On The Red Carpet Interview
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