V’s second episode was good:
Looks like ‘V: The New Series‘ is pulling out all the stops for episode 2.03.
Rekha Sharma is one positive subject of the title (pictorial proof) but perhaps other aspects of other people and /or V’s will be exposed.
So. What do you think of the whole skinning thing on ‘V?” Want to keep seeing the reptile underskin of the ‘V”s?
I’m of the small doses opinion –a little ‘screams of unspeakable pain’ goes a long way.
Regardless, V’s second episode was good which is miles ahead of where I left off with the show last season. More action, more violence, more suggestiveness like tonight with Liz Mitchell and the new guy/mercenary played by Charles Mesure getting just a bit closer–several times. Elizabeth Mitchell’s got a long way to go however before she’s in Gia (NSFW) territory however.
UPDATE 1.14.11: Dang! Better enjoy while you can: This confirmation of V-fan fears seems to all but guarantee that barring a miracle, the current 10-episode run is all there will be for V.
Q: I’m afraid for my favorite show V because it’s tanking in the ratings. If it is canceled, will this season be left on a giant cliffhanger that we’ll hate to end on?
If you believe the tease from star Elizabeth Mitchell, it’s most likely a giant cliffhanger. “I wouldn’t say that episode 10 is a series-ender by any stretch of the imagination. It definitely lends itself towards the next season,” she tells us. “It leaves you really ramping up for a big fight. It’s not a wrap-up, for sure. I’ve always been a big fan of the 24 mentality, where at the end of every episode something great happens, and then they’re onto something else.” Short answer: Get this renewed or hate yourself forever for not trying harder.
ABC’s expanded official description for the third episode of V Season 2 (2.03): ‘Laid Bare’
ERICA FIGHTS FOR HER LIFE AFTER SHE DISCOVERS HER PARTNER IS A VISITOR,
ANNA ORDERS RYAN TO FIND MALIK, WHO HAS GONE MISSING,
AND LISA’S BODY BEGINS TO CHANGE, ON ABC’S “V”
“Laid Bare” – Erica learns her partner, Malik, is a Visitor and must fight for her life – literally – to stop Anna from finding out she’s Fifth Column. Meanwhile, Anna learns that Malik is missing and orders Ryan to find her, while Lisa realizes her body is beginning to change, causing her to become more and more like her mother, on “V,” TUESDAY, JANUARY 18 (9:00-10:00pm ET) on ABC.
“V” stars Elizabeth Mitchell as Erica Evans, Morris Chestnut as Ryan Nichols, Joel Gretsch as Father Jack, Charles Mesure as Kyle Hobbes, Logan Huffman as Tyler Evans, Laura Vandervoort as Lisa, with Morena Baccarin as Anna and Scott Wolf as Chad Decker.
Guest stars include Jane Badler as Diana, Bret Harrison as Dr. Sidney Miller, Roark Critchlow as A.D. Paul Kendrick, Rekha Sharma as Agent Malik, Mark Hildreth as Joshua, Christopher Shyer as Marcus.
Q & A Spoiler: Will Lisa turn against the Visitors this season on V?
A: Yes, and Diana (Jane Badler) will be instrumental in that process when she forms an alliance with her granddaughter. This will force Anna to expedite her plans for the human race. “She figures out it’s got to be now or never for her plans,” Morena Baccarin tells us. “The hybrid baby is an option, but there’s [another] option.” Person, place or thing? “Kind of all of the above,” Baccarin says with a laugh.
Source: TV Guide
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V Alien Hibernaton Revealed
So how have the V’s survived/traveled for millions of years?
A hint was provided.
“…… if you look close enough and study it, you can sort of figure out what the Visitors have been doing throughout the course of history in the universe. Answers to that are revealed literally in (their) physical nature.”
Those of you who studied the picture but still could not determined the answer . . .
Here it is.
The V Alien can retract it’s body into it’s pod.