I just wanted to let you know that next week is “National Weeds Awareness Week” on TV Guide Network. The six-day marathon of “Weeds” kicks off on Sunday, October 17 at 9pm ET/PT airing seasons 1-3 and runs each night from 9pm to 2am ET/PT until Friday, October 22. And to keep “Weeds” awareness strong following the television marathon, TV Guide Network will air four back-to-back episodes of “Weeds” every Sunday at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT starting October 24.
“Weeds” has received multiple awards including: 10 Golden Globe® nominations, including one win for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Mary-Louise Parker); 19 Emmy® nominations, including nods for Best Comedy Series, Best Actress (Mary-Louise Parker), Best Supporting Actress (Elizabeth Perkins) and Best Directing; and multiple Screen Actors Guild® Award nominations for Mary-Louise Parker and the entire ensemble.
I finally began to capture the screnes from her films so I have added over 1400 screen captures (1,457 to be exact) from the 2001 movie What Girls Learn directed by Lee Rose. Elizabeth delivers a great performance as Mama Frances Olsen and stars alongside Scott Bakula, Alison Pill and Tamara Hope. The synopsis reads as:
Mama (Elizabeth Perkins) is an eccentric single mother of two girls in early 1980’s rural Georgia. She shares everything with the girls, who are both entering their teen years, with the exception of one important fact–that she has been carrying on a long-distance relationship with Nick (Scott Bakula), a single man in Long Island, New York. Mama must tell them the truth, however, when she decides to uproot the family and move them to Nick’s home. With moving, Mama also reveals another painful secret–that she has begun a battle with breast cancer.
Be sure to check out the screen captures right away! Simply click on the preview below to see them all in the gallery.
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Since it’s been quiet around Elizabeth and her career I continued adding pictures into the gallery. This time I have added one picture of Elizabeth attending”Don’t Forget” Haiti Judith Leiber Event to benefit Vital Voices on August 27th in Beverly Hills. Check the photo below!!
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The Flintstones cartoon series celebrated its 50th anniversary and the Google search engine honored the iconic 1960s stone-age family with a “Google Doodle” on its front page.
The show ran from 1960 to 1966 and featured the voices of Alan Reed as Fred Flintstone, Jean Vander Pyl as his wife Wilma, Bea Benaderet as their neighbor Betty Rubble and Mel Blanc, the voice of Bugs Bunny, as her husband and Fred Flinstone’s pal Barney.
The series spurred several television specials, as well as the 1994 movie The Flintstones, which starred John Goodman, Elizabeth Perkins, Rosie O’Donnel and Rick Moranis. The movie helped launch the career of Halle Berry, who played a sexy secretary.