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I just got a new laptop and it came with a Blu-Ray drive in it so our previous DVD caps of Summer as River Tam in the 2005 Josswhedon movie Serenity have been replaced with over 700 shiny new 1080p Blu-Ray screen captures. At this time all the Bonus Features are still in DVD versions but i will be readd them in soon to, So enjoy these!
Here are the synopsis for upcoming 1×07 – The Lich, part 1 & 1×08 – The Lich, Part 2.
1×07 – The Lich, Part 1
A GHOST FROM THE PAST THREATENS PALM CITY AND PUTS ORWELL IN DANGER– ILLEANA DOUGLAS AND RICHARD SCHIFF GUEST-STAR– Orphaned since birth, Conrad Chandler (guest star Glenn Fitzgerald), the heir of one of Palm City’s founders, exacts revenge on the public and threatens to paralyze and control the city. The Cape (David Lyons) and Max (Keith David) alert Marty (Dorian Missick) of the impending danger to the city, which backfires on The Cape. Meanwhile, the Secretary of Prisons, Patrick Portman (guest star Richard Schiff), aids Orwell (Summer Glau) in her search for the lone heir. Orwell locates Conrad through Netta (guest star Illeana Douglas), his mysterious caretaker, but soon discovers his deeply disturbing past and finds herself in danger. Elsewhere, Dana (Jennifer Ferrin) becomes increasingly uncomfortable with her new social life.
Also starring James Frain (Peter Fleming), Ryan Wynott (Trip), Martin Klebba (Rollo) and Anil Kumar (Ruvi).
1×08 – The Lich, Part 2
The Cape, Rollo and Max need Dana’s legal connections to help them find The Lich; Orwell struggles to fight the effects of Conrad Chandler’s potent serum.
February 1, 2011 ◊ by Abs ◊ Comments Off ◊ Interview
Waiting for Summer Glau at the NBC party really paid off. After she schmoozed with the Television Critics Association, she came and gave me a hug as we sat down to relieve her high heeled feet. I know you all think I got a hug from River, but to me she’s my terminator. Now she’s on The Cape as Orwell, the secretive ally of the title hero.
CraveOnline: How long have you been standing?
Summer Glau: On and off since 6:45 this morning. But you know I do this for three weeks straight for this show because I love it. I really want people to know how special it is.
CraveOnline: Does it remind you of the ballet days?
Summer Glau: Everybody’s was asking me that. They say just channel your inner fight because you know how it feels to have aching feet. I have a few blisters too but I couldn’t take off my beautiful shoes. I love my shoes.
CraveOnline: How is the feeling on The Cape set different than Firefly and Terminator?
Summer Glau: You know, I feel like I’ve grown. Of course I’ve grown up. I’ve seen more of what it’s like to be a working actor in L.A. and I have great appreciation for the times when you’re working with people that you really love and a project you really believe in. It’s not different from Firefly. It’s just that I’ve grown. I’ve had to grow up. It’s time. When I started in Firefly, I was brand new and I felt like a little girl. It’s time for me to push myself and grow up and be a woman. That’s what I feel about Orwell. That’s what I feel that she’s inspiring me to do.
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