Don’t forget to catch up before the new season the season three replays. Watch your favorite episodes from season 3 every Monday, beginning tonight at 9PM ET/PT on Showtime. 🙂
“Weeds” regular Elizabeth Perkins says she and several other members of the cast of the hit Showtime series are breathing a sigh of relief to be back shooting the series after last season’s cliffhanger ending. “It was so funny, when we read the finale we all sort of stopped and looked at each other and said, ‘Does this mean I’m not coming back?'” recalls the actress of the season finale that had Nancy Botwin, the show’s pot-dealing suburban mom played by Mary-Louise Parker getting burned out of house and home.
“But we’re scheduled to do 13 episodes, we’re heading into episode three, and a large portion of the cast is still on our show.” The plot complication now is that Nancy is relocating her family, possibly to a beach town near the San Diego/Mexico border. “Nancy’s on the run, and where she’ll end up nobody knows. So they’re figuring out ways to keep us involved with Nancy,” says Elizabeth.
“But we’re being kept very much in the dark. It really keeps it interesting. It’s like doing a one-act play, and every Friday you don’t know what your one-act play is going to be.” The actress, who’s garnered two Golden Globe and Emmy nods for Supporting Actress for her role as Nancy’s antagonistic partner in crime Celia Hodes — says the only thing she does know is that when the show returns June 16, her character “is in deep trouble. Celia is in hot water because everybody’s pointing the finger at her because her house was where the pot was.”
Source: National Ledger
My lovely friend Perla has been kind enough sending me two HQ stills from the movie Fierce People. Elizabeth looks so cute in both stills 🙂 so check them out, plus ElizabethPerkinsMedia has a new beautiful layout and I also added new videos.
I’ve updated the gallery with a lot of new Elizabeth captures from three different movies. Click on the previews or links below to view all the new photos, as usual. 😀 :biggrin:
The Hellenic Times Scholarship Fund will honor Guiding Light actor Frank Dicopoulos and Humanitarian and business leader John Pappajohn and at its 17th Anniversary Gala at the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel on Saturday, May 10, 2008 The HTSF is also pleased to welcome award winning Greek pop singer Christos Dantis, and Grammy nominated group Sister Sledge.
Guest Artists: Elizabeth Perkins, John Pappajohn, Frank Dicopoulos, Christos Dantis and Sister Sledge uphold the tradition of outstanding HTSF honorees and performers including Oscar winner Olympia Dukakis, Anna Vissi, American Idol’s Constantine Maroulis, News Anchors Ernie Anastos, Alexis Christoforous and Thalia Assuras, Meteorologist Nick Gregory, Marilu Henner, CSI:NY star Melina Kanakaredes, daytime drama star John Aniston, Director Nick Cassavetes, Thanos Petrelis, Humanitarian Nicholas J. Bouras, Elli Kokkinou, The Drifters, Emmy winner Michael Chiklis, NBC Sportscaster Bob Costas, Saturday Night Live’s Tina Fey, Gloria Gaynor, Jim Gianopulos, Chairman of Fox Filmed Entertainment, CSI:Miami star Sofia Milos, Thomas O’Brien, Paula Cale, Costas & Louis Mandylor, Humanitarian Tita Scandalis-Monti, The Alexander Onassis Public Benefit Foundation, Star Trek’s Marina Sirtis, Special Effects Creator/Producer/Director Patrick Tatopoulos, Natasa Theodoridou, Judge Nicholas Tsoucalas, Jay Black, Amber and others.
For further information, to receive an invitation or to purchase tickets, visit our Website at HTSF.org or call 212-986-6881 or 333-7456.