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05 February 2010 @ 06:31 am
27 January 2010 @ 01:05 am
Apropos of nothing except that Criminal Minds is on TV tonight, I would like to direct everyone’s attention to Matthew Gray Gubler, the hottest nerdy scientist to hit procedural crime dramas since B.D. Wong.I’ve only recently discovered Criminal Minds — which is constantly in reruns on Ion TV, FYI — and I already know the following facts about Dr. Spencer Reid:
- He does not like spinach, or the dark, or baby kicks.
- He is smarter than everyone else on the show, and possibly the world.
- He once almost got shot in the face by James Van Der Beek, who also injected him with heroin which gave him visions of his wackadoodle mother, who is Jane Lynch.
Speaking of preciousness, there are loads of Web sites dedicated to Gubler, but none so adorably named as thegube.org, which, among other things, directs us to an awesome Reid-themed threadless.com tee (pictured, right).
So, readers, I ask you: Has the Gube won your heart, as well? Or does your police-drama TV lust belong to another?
24 January 2010 @ 03:15 pm
22 January 2010 @ 11:47 pm
20 January 2010 @ 07:50 pm
Matthew Gray Gubler (aka Dr. Spencer Reid) becomes the first costar to step behind the camera with the March 3 episode, one of three originals scheduled for sweeps. In Gubler’s big episode, the BAU tracks a family of killers who owns a crematorium.
“I finally got the gumption [last season] to ask, ‘What do I have to do to prove that I’m ready to direct?’” says Gubler, who’s helmed short films and videos and shadowed exec producer Ed Bernero on a pilot. “My main concern will be creating suspense,” he says. As for his fellow actors, “I’d like them to let something new out.” If they don’t? Jokes Gubler, “I’m gonna fire a few and get rid of the deadweight.” But before he does, check out the February 3 installment, which guest stars Sex and the City’s David Eigenberg, and the February 10 episode, in which a serial killer terrorizes a small town. “It builds to a spectacular ending,” says exec producer Simon Mirren.
source via ohnotheydidnt
20 January 2010 @ 02:02 pm