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  • Oh my gosh...do you recognize the lady on the right?

    The one with glasses.....no cheating or looking it up. I didn't realize who it was until the last 5 minutes of the show the second time I watched it. Who is the other lady. Do you recognize her?

    Last edited by Tropicana; 12-04-2013, 03:04 AM.

  • #2
    Here is a closer look:

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tropicana View Post
      Here is a closer look:

      She looks like one of the ladies from the original Charlies Angel (Jill) but not sure.
      Out of Many One People Online
      http://www.jamaicans.com

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      • #4
        From Desperate Housewives and Superman Terri Hatcher

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        “Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about.”

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        • #5
          from Gilligan's Island ... Dawn Wells ... shi well ole but still fayva di young Maryann

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          • #6
            a celebrity episode of chopped
            “Not all those who wander are lost.” –J. R. R. Tolkien

            What if you took your life back....LIVE like you MEAN IT~~~~~FL

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            • #7
              Wow CB. Surprised you got that. Did you see the show? I never would have known her. I had no idea who she was till I googled and found information about the show.


              Dawn Wells - Then and now

              I guess she was a teenager when she was on Gilligan. They re-ran that show for a long time.





              For one night only, the Chopped Kitchen will turn into a celebrity playground as four television stars take their places at the stove and cook against the clock in three rounds of Chopped competition. Dawn Wells........ will face off in the first-ever Celebrity Holiday Bash on Sunday, Dec. 1 at 10pm/9c, and in the spirit of the season, they’ll find holiday-themed ingredients in each of their baskets. While these all-stars may be after personal culinary vindication and lasting bragging rights in the kitchen, they’re also competing for charity, and the winner will ultimately be able to donate $10,000 to the organization of his or her choice.

              To prepare for this all-star extravaganza, FN Dish is introducing you to each of the celebrities. Today we’re shining the spotlight on Dawn Wells, a former Miss Nevada who went on to play Mary Ann on Gilligan’s Island. Read on below to hear from Dawn, learn about her experience in the kitchen, and find out her favorite food city to visit, late-night snack and more. Then tune in on Sunday at 10pm/9c to watch Dawn, Anthony, Antonio and Teri compete on the Celebrity Holiday Bash.

              What’s your background in cooking?
              Dawn Wells: I’m just a home cooker. I’m not a fancy cooker. I’m not a baker. My mother is half German, half Italian. My mother could cook anything at any time, so I grew up with it. Not particularly recipes. My mother and I did a cookbook together years ago. There’s three or four recipes that I hold onto.

              Do you cook for yourself or your family on a regular basis?
              DW: I really kind of either cook for a party or just for myself.

              What’s your favorite thing to cook?
              DW: A couple salads. I’m a salad eater. And I do a crab salad and I do … a cabbage salad that I think is really good. And I do a thing called weenie linguini from my cookbook that has nothing to do with hot dogs.

              What’s the best and worst thing you’ve eaten from craft service?
              DW: Well in Gilligan’s Island, we had an Italian Gino who did [craft service], and on Friday night, whatever it was — whether it was squid or whether it was linguini or whatever it was.— his craft service was it.

              What dish or ingredient will we never catch you eating?
              DW: Anchovies

              What was your most memorable meal? What, where, who? Details, please!
              DW: The most-memorable meal, and I’ve never forgotten it, was I think when the Four Seasons opened here. I love liver. And they did a slice of liver, a slice of avocado, a slice of liver, a slice of avocado. And then they put the brown sauce over it. And the textures of the avocado and the liver are the same, and one is cold and one is hot. And then for dessert it was violets in the snow, and it was cotton candy with crystalized-sugar violets in it, and I’ll never forget the presentation and how it tasted.

              What’s your favorite cookbook?
              DW: Well, I think it was a Better Homes and Gardens or something years ago where it tells you every portion, how to decorate a table — [one] that you should give every bride. And my mother and I did a cookbook together, and it’s all three generations of my family, so that’s my favorite, I guess.

              What’s your favorite “food city” to visit?
              DW: New York City

              What’s your favorite late-night snack?
              DW: Protein. I’m a meat eater. Leftover cold liver for breakfast, leftover cold steak or something.

              What’s one must-have at your last supper?
              DW: Mayonnaise. I can’t live without mayonnaise. Mayonnaise is it. Mayonnaise on everything.

              Rapid fire: Think fast!
              Ketchup or mustard? Mayonnaise
              Chocolate or vanilla? Vanilla
              Coffee or tea? Chai Tea
              Burger or hot dog? Burger
              Cream cheese or butter? Butter
              Soda or water? Water
              Sprinkles or jimmies? Neither one
              Yes this was a celebrity episode of Chopped.

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              • #8
                Okay so who is the lady with the glasses. I kept thinking she looks familiar. We'll get to the Black actor soon. I can' for the life of me remember what show he was on and I don't want to cheat. The White guy I figured was not a celebrity but I may be wrong. So guess the guys too.
                Last edited by Tropicana; 12-04-2013, 10:57 AM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Tropicana View Post
                  Okay so who is the lady with the glasses. I kept thinking she looks familiar. We'll get to the Black actor soon. I can' for the life of me remember what show he was on and I don't want to cheat. The White guy I figured was not a celebrity but I may be wrong. So guess the guys too.
                  That is antony anderson of The Shield....
                  What nonsense! How can you have a revolution without shooting people ? Lenin 26th October 1917...
                  If Christians go to heaven, I do not want to go to Heaven: Hatuey. 2/02/1512

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                  • #10
                    Never watched the Shield. What else was he on? His face looks really really familiar. Aaaah and he was on Law and Order. I watch that al the time.
                    Last edited by Tropicana; 12-04-2013, 11:47 AM.

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                    • #11





                      Today we’re shining the spotlight on Anthony Anderson, the Los Angeles native who’s a longtime star of Law and Order in the role of Detective Kevin Bernard and who also plays Gary on Guys with Kids. Read on below to hear from Anthony, learn about his favorite dish to cook, and find out his go-to cookbook, late-night snack and more.

                      Who do you like to cook for?

                      Anthony Anderson: Friends and family. I’m always trying to have something at my house, always trying to find a reason just to get people over to the house and sit down and eat and cook and keep them there.

                      What’s your favorite dish to cook?
                      AA: I just love being in the kitchen, so there’s no particular food that comes to mind …. Whatever somebody wants, I’ll figure out how to do it. If it has a recipe, it’s simple. Follow what’s on the page, and … I doctor it up.

                      Do you have a particular food style that you enjoy eating/cooking?
                      AA: No, I don’t. I just love being in the kitchen, so there’s no particular food that comes to mind. Whatever somebody wants, I’ll figure out how to do it. If it has a recipe, it’s simple.

                      Tell us about the behind-the-scenes food situation on the set of Guys with Kids.
                      AA: The babies eat great …. Tape night we have a chef come in, which is actually delicious … but Joe comes in and he prepares a meal for … the network executives. I mean he’s there for us, as well, but we never really knew he was there preparing, you know, a private night three-course meal for whoever comes up into the executive green room, and until I saw someone walking out one day. And I was like, where did you get that? Because that wasn’t for dinner tonight. And they’re like, Oh, Joe’s upstairs cooking tonight. And so that’s how I got hip to it and so I never eat … our crew meal on tape night anymore because I’m like, nah, Joe’s going to be here in an hour and a half, and I’m just going to wait for what Joe has to cook, because Joe is literally up there throwing down.

                      What was your most-memorable meal? What, where, who? Details, please!
                      AA: My most-memorable meal was … one episode of Iron Chef America I was judging, and Chef Mike Symon made — the secret ingredient was balsamic vinegar — and Chef Symon made fresh pasta that he folded 50-year-old aged balsamic vinegar in, and then boiled in water and balsamic vinegar and then sauteed some chicken livers, onions and garlic in a balsamic vinegar reduction sauce and added the pasta to that. And talk about something to die for … that was my most-memorable meal to date.

                      What’s your guilty pleasure food?
                      AA: Bread pudding

                      What’s your favorite cookbook?
                      AA: Twenty by Michael Ruhlman. And it gives you 20 different techniques around the kitchen to cook anything. And he also has another book called Ratio … if I want to make a loaf of bread for 20 people or two people, it’s all about the ratio of what you use to make it for two people or 20 people. So those are the two that are in my kitchen. They’re not necessarily cookbooks; they’re cooking technique books.

                      What kitchen tool can’t you live without?
                      AA: My garlic mincer … I love garlic. It’s tedious to really chop it finely, and I don’t necessarily care for chunks of garlic in my food. Where when I use my garlic mincer, I mince it, throw it in the saute pan or in the sauce or whatever, and you get the flavor and all that without the garlic bits.

                      What’s your favorite “food city” to visit?
                      AA: New York. I always find a great place to eat here.

                      What’s your favorite late-night snack?
                      AA: Three come to mind: vanilla bean ice cream, salt and pepper kettle chips, or microwaveable popcorn.

                      What’s one must-have at your last supper?
                      AA: Red wine

                      Rapid fire: Think fast!
                      Ketchup or mustard? Ketchup
                      Chocolate or vanilla? Vanilla
                      Coffee or tea? Tea
                      Burger or hot dog? Burger
                      Cream cheese or butter? Butter
                      Soda or water? Soda, but don’t tell anybody I said that.
                      Sprinkles or jimmies? Jimmies
                      Last edited by Tropicana; 12-04-2013, 11:48 AM.

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                      • #12
                        Okay now I know why I recognize him. He has been a judge on Iron Chef America many times.

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                        • #13
                          Okay no on can guess the lady. Hint: She is desperate to shed her glamour girl image and portra a more realistic image of a woman.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by CeaBee View Post
                            From Desperate Housewives and Superman Terri Hatcher

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                            What nonsense! How can you have a revolution without shooting people ? Lenin 26th October 1917...
                            If Christians go to heaven, I do not want to go to Heaven: Hatuey. 2/02/1512

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                            • #15
                              ding ding ding....someone is winning all the contests...

                              She is currently very much into exposing the fact that Hollywood images are manufactured not real.






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