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PostSubject: Kiefer is in the new tv guide mag   Sat May 03, 2008 7:39 pm

He is in this weeks TV guide. He just has a small page with TV sexiest stars. The page number he is on is 40.

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PostSubject: Re: Kiefer is in the new tv guide mag   Sat Nov 15, 2008 10:02 pm

Talking about TV GUIDE, Kiefer is on the cover this week! Beautiful photo! He will be on The Tonight Show on Monday night! Oh Boy! Lots of Kiefer and 24 will be back on TV very soon. Look for the 2 hour show "24 Redemption" on November 23rd.
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PostSubject: Re: Kiefer is in the new tv guide mag   Sun Nov 16, 2008 9:18 am

If anybody whant to take a look at this weeks tv guide go here 24 chat :: Spoilers.
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PostSubject: Re: Kiefer is in the new tv guide mag   Sun Nov 16, 2008 1:20 pm

Here is anther story in the TV Guide about 24 and other TV show

Cick here to see who wrote the stroy.
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Keifer Sutherland

All is right again in the TV world, because our favorite Jacks are back on the case: Law & Order's crafty DA Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston), who's running for reelection; and 24's tireless Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), who's running from retribution when not saving civilization. Both have been known to bend the rules to win.

And both shows have been sorely missed: 24 postponed a year because of the writers' strike, and a rejuvenated Order inexplicably left off the fall lineup but suddenly restored this month to prop up NBC's ailing schedule.

With relative rookies Jeremy Sisto and Anthony Anderson solving the crimes and scrappy Linus Roache leading the prosecution (with Alana de la Garza) and butting heads with his boss, Law & Order rarely feels like a show entering its 19th season.

The series hits its stride this week, as Roache's Michael Cutter risks his career to confront a senile judge (a heartbreaking Ned Beatty). Next week's disturbing episode features Jena Malone as a runaway child bride from a polygamist cult. Law & Order is TV comfort food at its most nutritious.

Whereas 24: Redemption (Sunday, Nov. 23 at 8 pm/ET, Fox), a riveting two-hour prequel to January's seventh season is a shot of pure adrenaline and deluxe action filmmaking. Jack, ducking a federal subpoena, once again plays reluctant hero, the last hope to help evacuate schoolchildren from a violent African coup with no help from smarmy diplomats or a cartoonishly sniveling U.N. weasel.

Back home, a female president (Cherry Jones, warm yet steely) is sworn in amid the usual helter-skelter of rich villains (Jon Voight) and sinister moles. Once Jack comes back to clean up this mess, wonder if he could rescue our economy? I'd give him an extra day for that.


He's a Fool for Yuletide Merriment
Decked out in cardigan sweater and red turtleneck, channeling Andy Williams by way of early Dan Aykroyd, late-night satirist Stephen Colbert is a bundle of retro irony as he hosts his winking, wacky homage to classic holiday specials.

The applause is canned in A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All! (Sunday, Nov. 23 at 10 pm/ET, Comedy Central), but the laughter at home is likely to be genuine as Colbert welcomes special guests to join him in clever original songs: Elvis Costello, Willie Nelson (as the fourth wise man, warbling "Let not mankind bogart love"), gun-toting Toby Keith taking on "the enemies of Christmas," John Legend as a forest ranger, the angelic Feist and Jon Stewart making a wry appeal for Hanukkah.

Next to my annual appointments with Charlie Brown and the Grinch, I can't think of a better start to holiday season.
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