I admit I get a kick out of seeing Keller and Shillinger on a prime-time network show, knowing the stuff they do on HBO.
It seems that I am - in no particular order - Zack Morris, John Adams, a Siren, Janeane Garofalo, Aphrodite, a Chihuahua, Data, Cletus the Slack Jawed Yokel, Amy-Wynn Pastor, Hydrogen, Bjork, Spider-Man, Boston, and a Chaotic Good Elvin Bard-Mage.
I started watching the Homicide: LOTS reruns on Court TV about a year and a half ago (when the show was still on Court TV).
I remember Beecher was a cop and friend of Crosseti's who got shot in the face and was permamnetly blinded. I remember Howell was a patrolwoman. Hernandez was a neighbor of Bolander's. McManus played a map maker for the CIA. And a bunch more I can't remember.
Obviously they weren't playing their Oz roles. They were differnet characters.
I remember the first time I saw the Dr. Skoda character on L&O. I mockingly yelled at Adam Schiff's office wondering how they could employ Vern Schillinger as their shrink.
There's an old saying in Tennessee -- I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee -- that says, fool me once, shame on -- shame on you. Fool me -- you can't get fooled again.
Originally posted by BigDaddyLocoI used to watch Homicide all the time when it was running on network television, but the only crossover I remember is the Govener.
There was another one. I seem to recall Detective Munch (Richard Belzer) making a one-time appearance.
I have a special friend. He's the baby Jesus and I love him and...and...he don't give me no s**t and he don't f**k around and he's just the f**king coolest guy and I wanna say I love the baby Jesus.I can't say enough.I love the baby Jesus and I think...he's the best thing and he's really great when he shares his love for everbody.You know what I mean?I can't even see a manger without thinkin' about him,eh?I just love the Jesus.I've only been into him for a couple of hours though,but I'm really into him.--Bruce McCulloch
Heroes Con is a MUCH MUCH Better experience these days than dealing with the horror show that San Diego has become. I would much rather encourage people to go to Charlotte or Baltimore or Wonder Con than San Diego or NYCC or C2E2.