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Paget Brewster Will Return To 'Criminal Minds' For 200th Episode


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Paget Brewster will be returning to our screens as Emily Prentiss in the upcoming 200th episode of the hit CBS drama Criminal Minds. Brewster left the show following a period of dispute, but her exit left her character with the opportunity to return and when the show hits it's landmark 200th episode, this will be the case.

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Brewster will return as Emily Prentiss for the 200th episode of Criminal Minds

Much like the re-introduction of Marg Helgenberg's character on CSI to coincide with it's 300th episode, Brewster will be re-joining the cast in order to shed light on some of the mysteries that occurred during her absence over the past year, namely, whatever happened to JJ Jareau (AJ Cook). Her re-introduction will also aid the rest of the current cast with a particularly difficult case they are working on, bringing her expertise to the fore once again.

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Shemar Moore, A.J. Cook, Joe Mantegna, Kirsten Vangsness, Matthew Gray Gubler, Paget Brewster and Thomas Gibson - Shemar Moore, Paget Brewster, Joe Mantegna, Thomas Gibson, Erica Messer, A.J.Cook, Kirsten Vangsness, Matthew Gray Gubler Tuesday 6th September 2011 at Paley Center for Media Beverly Hills, California

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Paget Brewster Thursday 4th August 2011 CBS TCA Summer 2011 All Star Party at Robinson May Parking Garage Beverly Hills, California

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The Big Bad Swim Review


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Don't let the DVD cover fool you. There are no bikini-clad romps at the beach in The Big Bad Swim, as the photo might suggest. Rather, this comedy-drama uses the strangest of settings -- adults learning to swim later in life -- to explore relationships among a group of disjointed Connecticuters.

Unlike with ensemble dramas like Magnolia, there's only lip service paid to connecting the stories here. While the class has about a dozen people in it, director Ishai Setton mainly focuses on two of the classmates: Amy (Paget Brewster), a teacher headed for divorce, and Jordan (Jess Weixler), an innocent-seeming girl who actually works as a casino dealer and stripper. Their lone connection: Jordan's brother is a student in Amy's class, which they put together later in the film. Swimming instructor Noah (Jeff Branson) also plays a role: He's a hunky guy that all the gals in the class adore, but he's morose and wants a dog.

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Sublime Review


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If you have a fear of doctors, do yourself a favor and don't watch Sublime. To put it bluntly: The film is about a guy named George (Ed star Thomas Cavanagh) who is given a colonoscopy on his 40th birthday (way to party, George!), and encounters a series of complications, each more gruesome than the next. Or so we are led to believe... When George's condition and the hospital turn surreal (most notably, when a black man in a bow tie named "Mandingo" (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs) starts dismembering the guy in the bunk next door), we start to question whether George is hallucinating, dead, in a coma, or whether all this stuff is really happening after all.

This is psychological horror, so prepare yourself for some twists. But its first half, in which ominous things occur while George is spending his final night before the procedure and steeling his nerves for it, really ratchets up the tension, scene by scene. Maybe it was just a vaguely anxious mood I was in during my screening of the DVD, but for some reason the hair on the back of my neck was on end for the first full hour of the movie... strangely panicked about what was going to happen next.

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Let's Talk About Sex Review


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Writer/director/actress Troy Beyer gives us what we've all been begging for: a movie about writer/director/actress Troy Beyer! Who is Troy Beyer. Well, she wrote B*A*P*S, if that gives you any idea how bad this movie could have been. Shot as a semi-documentary, semi-narrative about a woman (Beyer, of course), who is trying to get on TV with a bitch-fest talk show called "Girl Talk," Let's Talk About Sex features "candid" interviews with women, harping about guys. There's a plot to hold this together, but it's Paget Brewster who keeps Sex afloat, despite the otherwise dull proceedings.
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