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Photos from set of Glee

Hollywood Reporter has a monster article on Glee this week and they also posted a bunch of photos from the set. You can find them here. The episode Eric is directing is called “Blame It on the Alcohol.” No air date yet.

Off the Map set pics

There are a few new photos of Eric on the set of Off the Map at Getty Images.

Another interview (The Guardian)

There is a new interview with Eric at

What’s your favourite piece of technology, and how has it improved your life?
TV-B-Gone. It’s a wonderful little device that has one button – which, when pressed, will turn off any television within 15 metres. It’s ideal when you’re sitting in an empty pub and a television is blaring adverts too loudly. A simple device that brings peace.

When was the last time you used it, and what for?
Last week. To turn off a TV.

What additional features would you add if you could?
It would be nice if the company expanded their repertoire a bit. “People-who-speak-on-cellphones-in-shops-B-Gone” would be swell. Not to mention “Taxes-B-Gone”.

Do you think it will be obsolete in 10 years’ time?

What always frustrates you about technology in general?
All that damned convenience. — Keep reading




Off the Map 1.04 On the Mean Streets of San Miguel – press release

We finally have the title and the air date. From ABC:

OFF THE MAP – “On the Mean Streets of San Miguel” – Mina struggles with her own moral code after learning the true identity of her patient, while Lily learns more about Ben’s past and is tested on her first trip into the city, on “Off the Map,” WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/MARIO LOPEZ) ED BEGLEY JR., JASON GEORGE, MAMIE GUMMER

There are some photos from the episode at Spoiler TV.

Private Practice teaser

The episode airs tonight at 10 pm on ABC. Here is the teaser:

New interview with Eric (Den of Geek)

Den of Geek has a new interview with Eric. He mostly talks about Caprica. You can read it here.

It’s a shame to do it, but I suspect it works better to go from back to front here. Where were you when you heard about the Caprica cancellation? Did you fear it was coming?

I have no idea where I was – that was months ago. But yes, the fear of cancellation was always hanging over us like the sword of Damocles. We’d gotten used to it. In a way it sort of fueled us on.

What have you thought of the reaction to the show getting cancelled? Do you fear for the future of such intricate drama?

I’m blissfully unaware of any reaction at all, but I’m always a little afraid for the future of anything out of the ordinary.

How far ahead did you know your character’s arc? And of the narrative of the show itself?

Well, it was just finding its legs, so in the beginning we were finding out what worked and what didn’t on a day by day basis. Then, for the second half of the season, we had a longer lead, and by the time we ended we had a pitch for the entire second season, which was pretty interesting.

Dr Graystone was going to invent a magic time-travelling DeLorean, and go back in time to when I was playing Marty McFly… and curiously, in that alternate universe, Michael Fox was playing Dr. Graystone – and Caprica was a big fat hit! — Keep reading




Caprica marathon tomorrow

For those who don’t have the DVD yet, the last five episodes of Caprica (Blowback, The Dirteaters, The Heavens Will Rise, Here Be Dragons, Apotheosis) will air tomorrow (Tuesday, Jan. 4) from 6 pm to 11 pm on Syfy. If you are going to DVR the episodes, make sure they are not showing up as repeats.