Before Jennifer Love Hewitt whispered to ghosts and lulled them into a sense of peace and tranquility with her heaving bosom, Matthew Fox tried the same thing, and it went about as well as you'd expect.
Finally, the short-lived Matthew Fox project that took place between Party of Five and Lost is out on DVD! And although the show was cancelled after 13 episodes, it was a glimpse of things to come, considering that it's about a guy who can talk to the dead. Not only is Lost full of guys who can do that (Hurley, Miles), but one of Fox's Po5 castmates would go on to become a Ghost Whisperer herself. Coincidence? ...Yes, probably.
2010 Winter Olympics
Hey, remember these? They were on a lot of magazine covers for a while there? No? Ah, no big deal. They'll come around again eventually.
Faces of America
In this four-hour documentary series, Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. investigates his own ancestry as well as the ancestry of a dozen other celebrities, including Meryl Streep, Stephen Colbert, Eva Longoria, Mario Batali, Yo-Yo Ma, Dr. Oz and Kristi Yamaguchi. Look for this DVD to get mentioned in Jeff Foxworthy's new comedy routine, "You Might Be an Amateur Genealogy Enthusiast." ("If you own Faces of America on DVD...")
Alias Smith & Jones: Season 2 & 3
One of the last western series on the air, it followed two former outlaws on the run who helped out the people they met as they traveled across America. Like a cowboy A-Team!
Dallas: The Complete 13th Season
Nope, not done yet.
Emergency!: Season 6
Before there was Trauma, there was Emergency! On the air from 1972 to 1977, it was notable for starring an actor who was actually named "Randolph Mantooth."
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