Elle Bishop is a fictional character who appeared on the American psychological thriller science fiction series Heroeswhich aired on NBC from to The character was created by series creator Tim Kring and portrayed by actress Kristen Bell. Elle was created by Kring to act as a contrast to the rest of the characters, who had all recently found out they had abilities, whereas Elle had known her whole life.
Psychological torture was on the menu last night when Hiro struggled with brain scrambling, Sylar returned to his body, Claire frowned, and I was forced to watch two hours of Heroes with drunk bisexuals. OK, they weren't completely drunk. But they did finish a whole bottle of cheap champagne, and kept making me rewind the DVR, which is hard because you can't rewind a digital video file.
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Is that how it's going to be? Zachary Quintoaka the hit NBC drama's sinewy supervillain, has been tapped to slap some latex triangles on his ears and portray a young Spock in Lost boss J. Abrams ' upcoming Star Trek feature filmsources confirm. Officially, a rep for Abrams' Bad Robot shingle has yet to comment on the casting, though we hear it will be announced this week at where else the San Diego Comic-Con.
Saturday, of course, for the big Heroes panel. She did the makeup from scratch, using latex and fake blood, and got a lot of attention. In fact, while waiting in line two hours to get into the panel, series director Allan Arkush walked past, stopped… and took her picture!
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Because it was only two episodes ago that Violet was figuring out that her boyfriend was a dead mass-murdering ghost after meeting his victims on Halloween night — so throughout all of November, December, January, and February, nothing besides a little raw organ meat-eating and some Prince Farid-killing happened? So, six months ago, the Harmons moved in with all their Pottery Barn furniture and books and knickknacks which greatly upset Mrs. Alby, what with the tackiness of it all.