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Big Jim falls for Pauline (after first getting a bit cold), the egg falls into the pit (successfully), and Phil falls into the pit (unsuccessfully). And Rebecca observes that winter is coming…to Chester’s Mill.
Listen in as Karen and Doug discuss this week’s episode, “The Fall”. If you, like Phil, would like to get something off your chest, let us know at the Chester’s Mill Gazette Letters to the Editor section, cleverly disguised as the Golden Spiral Media feedback page.
Seems to have been a lot of red doors in Zenith. Hunter seems to have found quite a few. But only Barbie knows the right one.
The White Smoke Monster seems to be lurking in subterranean tunnels, guarding the entrance back into the dome. To allow passage, you must pass his test of being subjected to past memories or premonitions. Not bad, for the price of admission.
And Aktaion Energy seems to be more than “just” an energy company. They even have their own mercenaries. Sounds like the Hounds of Diana are onto something.
Lyle awakes from his mumblings only to realize that, no, the Rapture hasn’t happened. Barbie wakes up a bit to how much his dad really knows about the dome. And Julia (and Big Jim) awaken to realize that you really can get out of the dome. (But we’re not sure if that’s a good thing at this point.)
In this issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette, we discuss the techie “magic” employed, a new character who is something of a hacker with a white hat, and who might have a vendetta against Big Jim. (This might take a while.) All this and your feedback, including two folks who remind us where Joe was hanging out after his house came a-tumblin’ down.
With Lyle, Sam and Barbie falling in lines to the town of Zenith, and Joe’s drone discovering that the pit is a portal, “Going Home” gave us a glimpse of life out from under the dome, and hope for a way out. Barbie’s past catches up to him, Sam reunites with his sister Pauline, and Lyle seems, well, fixated.
Meanwhile, Big Jim is ready to pronounce Barbie dead, holding a candlelight memorial for him. Gee, I wonder who he thinks would make a great replacement sheriff?
Thanks for reading this issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette; just like the New York Times, but on a shoestring budget!
CMG 08-Chester’s Mill Gazette Episode 08-Interview with Mackenzie Lintz, “Norrie Calvert-Hill” on “Under the Dome”
In this extra edition of the Chester’s Mill Gazette, we talk to Mackenzie Lintz, who plays Norrie Calvert-Hill on “Under the Dome”. As Norrie on the show, her character has gone through quite a few changes. As Mackenzie in real life, she’s had a very interesting career. Did you catch her in “The Hunger Games”, for instance? How has being famous changed her friendships? How did a tiring day at school perhaps land her the role of Norrie? Romantic comedy or dramedy? These and other questions will be asked, and answered, in this issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette; like People Magazine, only, well, a newspaper.
Extra, extra, read all about it! San Diego ComicCon finished up recently, and 6 cast members, plus the executive producer, hosted a panel where they showed a teaser trailer for the rest of the second season of Under the Dome, and took questions from the audience. Our correspondents were on hand to report on it, so here’s your copy.
Our next issue will come out at the regular time. But for now, enjoy this extra.
Junior, Barbie and Sam venture out “In the Dark” to explore the caves below the school. The town is left in the dark, first from a dust storm, then by Big Jim who is, again, casting doubt on the motives and competency of Julia as potential town leader.
But also, on the contrary, so much more of the story comes to light! Sam comes clean to Barbie, just before he falls into the dark, Julia and Rebecca gain a mutual trust after talking about the choices they’ve made, and the Four Hands(tm) get those pink stars falling in lines to confirm that Melanie is indeed the Hand Replacement, and that the obelisk in Zenith really does mean something, though what, nobody knows. So then, we’re still in the dark.
All this and your letters to the editor in this week’s issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette! If you dare venture out into the dust storm, it’s on newsstands now!
In “Reconciliation”, Julia and Big Jim make up (maybe), Julie and Barbie really make up (really), and Joe and Norrie … don’t. Meanwhile, Sam and Junior become drinking buddies (sort of), and the answer to where Melanie Cross’ school books kept disappearing to is discovered.
It must be another issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette. Get your issue now at the old fire station before it blows up again.
A plan to cull town residents thwarted by Julia And Sam (and a guilty conscience). The search for the identity of the Mystery Girl gets answered (we think). And Pauline’s prophetic picture postcards … sounds like a great art website. These and other discussions, along with the Barbie of the Week, and your feedback, in this issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette. On newsstands right now. (Spoilers optional.)
With red rain falling in lines, dome-penetrating wifi, and some rather obvious Microsoft tablet product placement, the episode “Force Majeure” breaks things wide open. James finds out his Mom is alive, Rebecca cements her position as Big Jim’s #2, and acid rain falls from the sky, giving our heroes (and villains) a moral quandary to consider or dismiss. But is the dome forcing then to come to grips with these issues to see what they’re made of? The barber certainly thinks so, and he’s got all the answers.
The Hounds of Diana website, where you can find Pauline’s video to James, and Joe’s vlog: http://www.houndsofdiana.com
This is a link to an interview of some of the actors regarding what advice they would have given their characters before the dome came down. Some spoilery info here, so click at your own risk.