Thursday, October 8, 2009

"Puntland" - Part 2 Casting Call

From Spoiler TV, 10.8.09

[GLORIA JUSTIN] 50s-60s. Female. Dean of Arts at NYU. Questioned by members of the MCS, she fondly remembers a former charismatic arts student who had "a very unique world view."

[DEPUTY COMMISSIONER TURNER] 50s. Male, African American. Distinguished and poised, the commissioner has called a member of the MCS into his office to deliver some big news.

[BIANCA TORELLI] 40s. Female. Along with the Deputy Commissioner, she has been sent from Internal Affairs to deliver some big news to a member of the MCS.

[TOM PILEGGI] 60s. Male. An attorney escorting his innocent client, who’s accused of being linked with piracy and arms trafficking, through a mob of reporters.

[REPORTER] 30s. Male/Female. Part of a large crowd of press clamoring to get answers from an accused criminal, this reporter gets a question in.

** Episode renamed "Mad Mullah"


Sharon said...

So should we start guessing now?

How about it's Alex who gets the good news - she makes captain and gets her own squad. And Bobby is partnered with Nichols, and then he goes off to be a profiler with the FBI.

janethyland said...

Nice to get information on this episode,especially if its Gorens main exit.

The Land of Punt was the name for the enemy of ancient Egypt,roughly what we now call Ethiopia. The Punt was also Irish currency before the euro.

I like the idea of male/female reporter. Makes me think of those pantomime characters who wear costumes half male and half female,turning round from one to the other.My bit of fun, not real I know!

janethyland said...

Is Bobby getting big news?!

Brie said...

Has anyone thought that perhaps Bobby could get his own spin-off show. Maybe he moves out of NY to where his "so called" family is and is a detective there - or an FBI show..wouldn't that be great!

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