anyone watching Sarah michelle gellar's new show 'Ringer'?

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    Sep 28, 2011 9:05 PM GMT


    so far i really like it-- It's no buffy, but it's still great to have SMG back on tv.

    I think they should rename the show 'Guuuurl' though

    i can't stop thinking that everytime they go to commercial---

    GURL Don't take the cellphone back

    GURL Don't call the FBI again.

    guuuurl don't go down that alley...


    anyone else liking 'ringer'?

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    Oct 02, 2011 4:34 AM GMT
    extended promo of episode 4

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    Oct 05, 2011 6:43 AM GMT
    keeping this post alive, i'm the only one who likes 'ringer' apparently
    (it's better than most new fall shows -- Whitney *cough*)

    The episode was meh until the very end. What a soapy moment that slap and reaction was. Also, once they were in The Hamptons I was half expecting 'Revenge' girl to turn up and take someone down.



    Plus this guy is in it---

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    so hot.
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    Oct 05, 2011 6:46 AM GMT
    I'm trying really, really hard to like it because I LOVE SMG and totally don't want her to have another flop. . .but I'm not that into it
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    Oct 05, 2011 6:50 AM GMT
    I think it's still finding it's footing-- The dialogue is alittle soap-esque.

    But SMG really carries it well.

    entertainment weekly has hilarious recaps of it---

    http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/ringer-season-1-episode-4/
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    Oct 05, 2011 6:51 AM GMT
    I just feel like she should suck it up, do Buffy: The Movie, maybe get a sequal or two out of it and call it a day haha
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    Oct 05, 2011 6:53 AM GMT
    I know, i never understand why girls like SMG or Jennifer garner never want to go back to their roots-- if you're good at playing a part like that why not.

    Jennifer garner especially needs to drop the comedy roles and get back to action things.
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    Oct 05, 2011 6:54 AM GMT
    Where did Jen Garner start? She did things like Electra, right? I actually thought that movie was awesome but everyone else seemed to think it was reeeeeally bad
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    Oct 05, 2011 6:57 AM GMT
    Jennifer garner did the tv show Alias---



    it had a really good run 5 seasons ( suggest only watching the first two seasons though-- rest kind of went off/ still watchable, but not as great).
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    Oct 05, 2011 6:58 AM GMT
    Jen Garner started in Alias..the most bad-ass CIA agent ever...created by JJ Abrams..nuff said
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    Oct 05, 2011 7:17 AM GMT
    ya man I am loving Ringer so far
    pretty much all my friends are into it
    even my parents... I don't think it'll flop
    had a solid 2.8 million viewers on premier night and since then has averaged around 2 million I think? pretty decent for The CW.
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    Oct 05, 2011 7:39 AM GMT
    wow they both are aging fast...deym
  • Inimitable

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    Oct 05, 2011 8:29 AM GMT
    I am really enjoying it.
    The pilot was a bit rocky, but each episode has been consistently better than its predecessor. The critics have been kind, yet honest at points, but overall hopeful for where it will lead.

    Plus there is enough other garbage (prime example - the playboy club) to set it a comfortable distance from the chopping block.
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    Oct 06, 2011 1:55 AM GMT
    I want to like to more than I do.
    SMG as twins, one who disappeared, the other pretending to be the missing sister.

    Too bad it's too telenovela/nighttime soap for my taste.
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    Oct 06, 2011 4:32 AM GMT
    Ermine saidI want to like to more than I do.
    SMG as twins, one who disappeared, the other pretending to be the missing sister.

    Too bad it's too telenovela/nighttime soap for my taste.


    I loved the telenovela-esque line "That's for sleeping with my husband, you whore!" I LOL'd!
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    Oct 06, 2011 5:36 AM GMT
    Ermine saidI want to like to more than I do.
    SMG as twins, one who disappeared, the other pretending to be the missing sister.

    Too bad it's too telenovela/nighttime soap for my taste.



    It's true, it does get abit Nighttime soap, but I think
    it has the potential to be like a CW's version of Damages( that might be stretching it a bit, but episode titles alone feel like the way 'damages' names it's episodes)

    it's also only episode five( coming up)-- i think it'll find it's footing.
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    Oct 14, 2011 5:48 AM GMT


    last episode was sooo good, i wonder what happened to Gemma?

    also yay ringer got picked up for a full season
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    Oct 16, 2011 4:22 AM GMT
    I'm a fan. So glad to have SMG back on tv. There are some moments of pure idiocy that have me ripping my hair out in WTF agony but it's a fun show.
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    Oct 16, 2011 11:14 PM GMT
    Watched the first few episodes, but it just didn't maintain my interest.
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    Oct 19, 2011 6:28 AM GMT
    this weeks episode was really good, I wonder what Siobhan did to gemma.
    sucks it's not new until nov 1st.

    but here's a spoiler article to tide things over---




    'Ringer': 10 Spoilers on Pregnancy, Revenge, and Possible New Frenemies

    Find out what to expect for the rest of the season on The CW series.
    October18 4:19 PM PDT 10/18/2011 by Jethro Nededog


    Now that The CW has officially given Sarah Michelle Gellar’s star vehicle, Ringer, a full season, The Hollywood Reporter has some fresh spoilers.



    Aside from discussing last episode’s bloody end, creator and executive producer Eric Charmelo and executive producer Pam Veasey revealed several spoilers about this season’s guest stars and mysteries.

    Here are ten things you can expect from Season 1.

    1. Veronica Mars alum Jason Dohring appears on Tuesday’s episode. “He’s going to play Juliet’s [Zoey Dutch] public school teacher who she sees as an ally,” Charmelo says.

    2. Bridget, Siobhan and baby makes three. If you’ve been wondering about whether there will be some solution to the fact that Siobhan is pregnant and Bridget is faking it, the EPs say Season 1 will span the nine months at least. And the pregnancy is reaching two months at this point in the series. “[Bridget] doesn’t have that much time left before she has to come up with a plan,” Charmelo says. “You know the options are get pregnant, fake a miscarriage, or get pregnant if she’s not already pregnant. She was a stripper...”


    3. Siobhan will return from France sooner than later. "She’ll realize she’ll need to move around in order for things to work out the way that she wants them to. Being sedentary is not in the cards for her,” says Charmelo.

    4. Siobhan’s motive revealed. We still don’t know much about why Siobhan pulled the disappearing act, but Veasey reveals, “She has always been the one driven by revenge, so keep that in mind and Bridget by redemption. So, revenge has to rear its beautiful head at some point in grander ways and then others.”

    5. How will guest star Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Amber Benson fit into the story? “She is a stripper that was a co-worker of Bridget’s when she was stripping at Club Caged in Rock Springs, Wyoming,” Charmelo reveals. “And she’s seen better days. I guess that’s all I can say about her character.”


    6. The loft project will be no more. Now that Gemma (Tara Summers) is gone, Charmelo says, “Ideally I think Bridget wants to get rid of the loft, lots of bad memories anchored to that. So, I think they’ll probably put it up for sale at some point.”

    7. We’ll find out who Siobhan’s partner in crime is. Veasey says we’ll learn the identity of the person on the phone “soon, sooner than we thought, soon… it happens very quickly. Siobhan’s world starts to expand. So, we get a lot more answers quickly.”

    8. We’ll meet the twins’ parents. The only problem is they’re dead. Charmelo says we’ll possibly meet them in flashback.


    9. Make way for Andrew’s (Ioan Gruffudd) ex-wife and Juliet’s mom. Charmelo says she plays “A big role... that will probably come ten or eleven episodes in I think, but she will be a force of nature when she’s introduced.”

    10. Speaking of Andrew’s connections... We’ll meet the person he was speaking to on the phone on the pilot episode and find out what they’re planning. “You’ll see the other side,” Charmelo says. “And you’ll see all of that play out.”