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Date Posted: 02:44:43 10/10/05 Mon
Author: yacob
Subject: Re: Spoilers
In reply to: Athens 's message, "Spoilers" on 15:02:34 10/22/03 Wed

>TV Guide Description For Pilot
>Oct 19, 2003
>TV Guide has posted their description for the pilot
>Debut: This far-fetched, fast-paced supernatural
>series achieves dramatically what “Groundhog Day” did
>comically. In that film, Bill Murray's weatherman
>relived the same wintry 24 hours over and over. Here,
>a spunky premed student played by Eliza Dushku (Buffy
>the Vampire Slayer) relives a different day in each
>episode, enabling her to go back in time to alter
>destinies. In the opener, Tru seeks to reverse the
>dire fates facing her brother (Shawn Reaves), a
>compulsive gambler; and a troubled woman entangled in
>messy love affairs.
>Cast: A.J. Cook, Eliza Dushku, Jessica Collins, Shawn
>Reeves, Zach Galifianakis, Hudson Leick, Heath
>Freeman, Kavan Smith, Callum Keith Rennie, Vincent
>Larosca, Woody Jeffreys, John Haymes Newton
>The First 13 Minutes of Tru Calling Online!
>Oct 15, 2003
>The Official Site has the first 13 minutes of the Tru
>Calling pilot online. You need Flash 7 to view the
>clip. Very little has changed from the original,
>unaired pilot, except a new actor is playing Mark
>Evans. The clip goes up to the beginning of the repeat
>Fox Pilot Description
>Oct 15, 2003
>Ksbnet has posted on Fan Forum Fox's press release
>about the pilot along with promo pictures for the
>first four episodes. Here's what Fox says about the
>In the series premiere episode of TRU CALLING,
>"Pilot," we meet Tru Davies, who suddenly discovers
>she can save lives. She is a smart and sexy recent
>college graduate who lands a job on the midnight shift
>at the city morgue. On her first night, Tru questions
>reality when she hears a beautiful murder victim
>asking for her help. But the next morning, Tru wakes
>up to find that she is back at the beginning of that
>very same day – twelve hours before the woman's death
>that only Tru knows about.
>TRU CALLING will put a stylish new spin on the
>procedural crime format as Tru uses her newfound
>ability to go back in time so she can try to stop
>tragedies before they actually happen, while at the
>same time rescuing members of her own family from
>their dangerous and self-destructive lives. TRU
>CALLING makes its series premiere Thursday, Oct. 30
>(8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (TRU-101) (TV-PG V)
>Cast: Eliza Dushku as Tru Davies, Shawn Reaves as
>Harrison Davies, Jessica Collins as Meredith Davies,
>A.J. Cook as Lindsay, Zach Galifianakis as Davis.
>Guest Cast: Hudson Leick as Rebecca Morgan, Heath
>Freeman as Cameron, Kavan Smith as Mark Evans, Callum
>Keith Rennie as Elliot Winters, Vincent Laresca as
>Marco, Woody Jeffreys as Gary, John Haymes Newton as
>Aaron McCann, Ingrid Tesch as Carol Winters, Robert
>Wisden as Dr. Green.
>Episode 9 Spoilers
>Oct 14, 2003
>The summary of the casting sides for the ninth episode
>of Tru Calling, Murder In the Morgue, has been added.
>Tru Calling Promo Pictures
>Oct 11, 2003
>Ksbnet has posted some promo pictures for the pilot
>and Putting Out Fires on Fan Forum.
>Episode 7 Spoilers
>Sept 20, 2003
>The summary of the casting sides for the seventh
>episode of Tru Calling, Closure, has been added.
>Fox Opens Tru Calling Official Site!
>Sept 8, 2003
>Fox.com has finally launched the Tru Calling official
>New Tru Calling Clips Online
>Sept 8, 2003
>Duckshoot has put online some clips from the pilot
>reshoot and the second episode, Putting Out Fires.
>In the new version of the pilot, Tru calls Davis
>instead of Cam while looking for Harrison's playing
>cards. The dialogue is essentially the same.
>Episode 6 Spoilers
>Sept 8, 2003
>Casting sides have been released for Episode 6 called
>"Star Crossed". In this episode, Tru has to stop two
>teens from being killed in a car accident. Here's a
>Two 17 year old high school students, Adam Whitman and
>Jen die in a car crash. Tru finds out about it when
>she has to go pickup the bodies.
>During the repeat, Tru goes to the private high school
>they attend, saying her family is thinking of moving
>to the area so she's checking out the school for the
>day. She meets up with students there - one of the
>victims, Adam, and his girlfriend, Amy. Tru assumed
>that Jen was Adam's girlfriend.
>They head to the cafeteria where Adam questions Tru
>about where she's from. Tru spots the other victim,
>Jen, working the cash register. Jen and Adam avoid eye
>contact. Tru asks about Jen, and Adam explains she's
>one of the students on a scholarship that rich kids
>like him don't associate with.
>Tru goes out for a drink with Luc, but has to rush off
>to a spot where the high schoolers are racing cars.
>She finds one of Adam's friends and he points out
>where he last saw Jen.
>On an industrial tower, Tru spots Amy and Jen kissing.
>Those two are involved, not Jen and Adam. Adam also
>sees them, and questions what's going on. Tru tries to
>calm Adam down. Jen is worried everyone's now going to
>find out about them. Amy and Jen decide to leave town,
>and go to pack. Amy tells Jen she'll pick her up in a
>half hour. Tru tries to console Adam, telling her
>about when her boyfriend cheated on her, but Adam
>tells her this is different.
>Lindsay meets with a guy named Gregory and gives him a
>portfolio. It looks like Harrison gets her a job.
>At Jen's house, Jen is quickly packing. She gets a
>call from Amy who says she's on her way. Her brother,
>Derek, questions where she's going and who she said "I
>love you" too.
>Adam shows up at Jen's house to pick her up instead of
>Amy. He wants to talk to her.
>Tru drives to Jen's house is Harrison's car (that
>barely runs). She meets up with Jen's brother who's
>pissed off about Jen going off with Adam. Tru goes in
>Derek's car to go after Jen and Adam.
>Adam is a maniac driver. He interrogates Jen about her
>relationship with Amy, as he keeps going faster and
>faster. Adam ends up parking the car near where Tru
>picked up Adam and Jen's bodies. He realizes that Amy
>and Jen are happy together. Just then, Derek's car
>plows into Adam's car.
>New Cast Promo Picture
>Aug 31, 2003
>Ksbnet has posted on Fan Forum a new promo picture of
>the cast of Tru Calling.
>Episode 5 Spoilers
>Aug 27, 2003
>The casting sides for Episode 5, Haunted, have been
>released. There is a summary of them on the Episode 5
>Spoiler Summary page. The episode is about a group of
>medical student doing an "experiment" to put
>themselves in a near death state so they will remember
>things from their past. Crime scene photographer, Luc,
>also makes an appearance in this episode, but his role
>in the episode isn't clear from the sides.
>Episode 5 Information
>Aug 26, 2003
>TruCalling-Fans has learned that the title of the
>fifth episode is "Haunted". It will be co-written by
>Jon Feldman and Douglas Petrie. The victim is a
>medical student who is abusing drugs. For more
>information, go here.
>More Location Shoots
>Aug 26, 2003
>Location Scout posted again on the Hollywood North
>Forum about a location shoot today for Tru Calling in
>downtown Vancouver:
>400 Jervis Street (now from 9am to 6 pm)
>600 W Cordova (later on in the eve)
>Tru Calling Location Shoot Tomorrow
>Aug 24, 2003
>Location Scout posted on the Hollywood North Forum
>about a location shoot tomorrow in Yaletown:
>August 25th 2003
>1200 Hamilton Noon to 4pm (daytime scenes)
>RoundHouse Community Center@Pacific/Davie 4pm to 7pm
>1200 Hamilton 7pm to 10pm(nigttime scenes)
>Pilot Re-shot Last Week
>Aug 20, 2003
>The Sydney Morning Herald has an article about
>director Philip Noyce being honored at the screening
>of his new film, Newsfront, in Hollywood last night.
>It mentions him filming the Tru Calling pilot last
>Noyce has been busy in recent months, last week
>finishing a television pilot for Rupert Murdoch's US
>TV network Fox, and scheduled to be aired on
>Australia's Seven Network, called Tru Calling.
>Philip Noyce directed the unaired Tru Calling pilot
>back in February as well. He replaced Rob Cohen (who
>directed XXX and Fast & The Furious), who was
>originally scheduled to direct the pilot but left the
>production for unknown reasons before the pilot was
>Tru Possibly Bumped To Midseason?
>Aug 20, 2003
>Dark Horizons has a rather disturbing report that Tru
>Calling might be pushed back to midseason or spring
>while the show is retooled:
>Tru Calling (TV): 'Not Green or Texas' has some big
>rumours on a delay in store for the Eliza Dushku
>series - "It looks like the new Fox show 'Tru Calling'
>is being pushed back to midseason or spring for a
>third round of recasting and rewriting. The first few
>episodes and the pilot are going to be reshot. Fox has
>told the producers of their other new show 'Still
>Life' to hurry up and they're starting production two
>weeks earlier than originally schedule (they're
>starting filming on September 23). Seems that unless
>the producers of 'Tru Calling' can quickly retool
>their show to the satisfaction of the executives at
>Fox, 'Still Life' will replace 'Tru Calling' and will
>premiere on October 30th whilst 'Tru Calling' will
>premiere some time next year as a midseason
>Tru Calling Episode 4 Spoilers
>Aug 14, 2003
>The casting sides were released for the fourth episode
>of Tru Calling - "Past Tense". Here's a rundown of the
>Five bodies arrive at the morgue - all guys at a
>bachelor party at a hotel. They've been poisoned.
>At Meredith's office, one of her bosses comes in to
>tell her the law firm is instituting random drug
>testing. She's nervous, since she has been using.
>The day repeats.
>Tru starts investigating the 5 men. They were at a
>bachelor party at the Hotel Piermont for John
>Brockett, but she doesn't know their names. She
>doesn't even know if John was one of the victims or
>Tru warns Meredith about the drug testing and tells
>her to make sure she's staying clean.
>Tru tries to get John to cancel his bachelor's party
>at the hotel. He thinks his finance, Robin Wilson,
>sent Tru to ruin their fun. John tells Tru that his
>finance doesn't like John's friends, who are all his
>old college buddies.
>Tru tells him she's with the hotel and starts asking
>questions. John is suspicious. Tru tries to tell them
>the room they have reserved has water damage, but John
>is adamant about having his bachelor party at the
>Tru has to find another plan. At the morgue, she asks
>Davis about the drug Avocardyl, claiming she's
>studying for her med school entrance exams. The drug
>is a poison found in common chemical products, that
>water soluble and odorless. Tru asks if it can be
>detected if someone has been slipped this poison.
>Davis tells her it can, picking up on Tru accidentally
>saying "victim".
>As with all bachelor parties, there's a stripper. Tru
>tries to make sure the stripper who's supposed to be
>at John's party (Tara) is elsewhere and tries to hire
>her. But that doesn't work.
>Tru gets into the hotel suite, pretending to be
>bartender (but she has no clue how to mix drinks).
>She's gotten rid of the alcohol that was there and
>replaced it, in case it was poisoned. There's 6 guys
>at the party (5 of whom end up dead). The best man,
>Ethan, arrives late.
>Tru continues to serve drinks, as she observes all of
>the potential suspects/victims at the party,
>eavesdropping as they discuss their issues. One of the
>guys, Blake, starts getting suspicious of Tru being
>But then the stripper, Tara, comes in. There's an
>awkward exchange between Tara and Tru in the bathroom.
>Meanwhile, Harrison is investigating John's finance,
>Robin, who works at a clothing store. He flirts with
>another clerk and finds out where Robin has gone.
>Back at the party, Ethan doesn't look too good. Tru
>offers him a drink and finds out he's a recovering
>alcoholic. She knows that Ethan is one of the guys who
>dies. He didn't have any alcohol in his system, but
>did have the poison.
>Tru keeps track of the suspects on a napkin, crossing
>off their descriptions as she eliminates them. She
>starts to suspect maybe the club soda is poisoned,
>since Ethan only was drinking that. She calls Davis on
>her cellphone, asking him if the carbonation in the
>club soda might speed up the affect of the poison.
>Tru goes out on the balcony and chats up Ethan about
>John, trying to find out any of his "issues". They're
>interrupted by Blake, who wants Ethan to go back in
>for a lap dance.
>Meanwhile at Meredith's office, she's mildly surprised
>when Tru's warning comes true and she does have to
>undergo a random drug test.
>Tru intercepts Ethan at the bathroom and starts
>prodding as to why Blake interrupted them and what
>exactly is the big secret that happened to the guys in
>college. She gets him to crack and reveal that
>something happened to a girl.
>They're interrupted again, and Tru sees that Blake is
>missing from the party. She goes to look for him and
>he corners her in the hallway, pulling the napkin out
>of her pocket. Blake checked with the hotel and found
>out they hadn't sent a bartender. Tru claims she's a
>journalist working on a story, but then there's a
>scream from the room. The stripper, Tara, is
>completely freaked out and telling them to keep their
>hands off of her.
>Blake threatens to call security and Tru has to leave.
>Tru goes back to the morgue and gets yelled at by
>Davis. He knows she hasn't been studying for her med
>school acceptance tests and isn't be honest with him.
>Tru wants to explain what's going on, but there isn't
>Tru heads back to the hotel. She tells Blake she
>thinks one of the guys is willing to do anything to
>cover up what happened in college. Blake totally flips
>out, questioning her told her. Just then Harrison
>calls Tru and tells her that he's found Robin. There
>is no wedding. It was called off months before.
>She realizes the murderer isn't Blake. It has to be
>whoever planned the bachelor party. She theorizes that
>John killed the girl and is trying to cover it up. She
>gets Blake to help her stop John. Tru and John go into
>the hotel room and confront John and the others,
>telling them the wedding has been called off and that
>they need to deal with what happened.
>John goes off into another hotel room, Tru follows and
>continues to confront him about what's happened. She
>notices his drink doesn't have ice in it and realizes
>the poison was in the ice. She tells him she put
>crushed ice in all the drinks, so if he did poison it,
>he'll need the antidote. John goes pale.
>The police are called and John is lead out of the
>hotel in handcuffs.
>Blake explains that he wrote to John several weeks ago
>and said he was going to go to the police because of
>the guilt (but didn't sign the letter). She tells Tru
>about what happened to the girl (she split her head
>open on glass coffee table while John was attempting
>to assault her).
>Tru goes back to the morgue and talks to Gardez.
>There's still no sign of Luc (who was cast earlier
>this month. He's played by Matthew Bomer, from the
>soap Guiding Light). It's possible that Bomer still
>has to complete filming for Guilding Light before he
>can work on Tru Calling.
>Putting Out Fires Screencaptures
>Aug 13, 2003
>TruHeroine has posted 44 screencaptures from the
>second Tru Calling episode, "Putting Out Fires".
>Brother's Keeper Summary
>Aug 9, 2003
>TruHeroine has posted a full summary for the episode
>"Brother's Keeper" provided by spoiler guru, Tragic
>Brother's Keeper Spoilers
>August 3, 2003
>The spoiler episode summary for Brother's Keeper has
>been updated with more information.
>Benitez Joins Cast
>August 3, 2003
>Hollywood Reporter reports that Benjamin Benitez has
>joined the cast of Tru Calling. His credits include
>(according to Hollywood Reporter): "Frida," "Pinero"
>and "Before Night Falls" and he played a vampire in
>the Angel episode, Provider. He's playing Gardez, the
>another forensic attendant who works at the morgue.
>New Spoilers
>July 29, 2003
>Casting sides have been released for an upcoming
>episode of Tru Calling (probably Episode 3, but when
>do they bring Luc into it?). The episode is called
>"Brother's Keeper". Tensai has posted a good summary
>of the episode on Spoiler Slayer..
>Here's a rundown on the more specific details:
>- The case this week involves Andrew Webb, who's wife
>is involved with Tru's brother, Harrison. Andrew and
>Sarah are separated and both have drastically
>different stories about their marriage.
>- While trying to prevent Andrew's death, Tru cons her
>way onto Andrew Webb's boat, saying she's working on a
>- Andrew mentions he's separated from his wife, but
>that they aren't divorced and he says he really wants
>to reconcile
>- Tru then goes to Sarah and confronts her that she
>and Andrew aren't divorced and asks why Sarah lied to
>Harrison about being divorced.
>- Sarah tells her she's divorced in her mind and
>Andrew just wants what he can't have.
>- Tru asks Sarah if there's anyone who would want to
>hurt Andrew. Sarah tells about how abusive Andrew is.
>- Tru and Lindsay had plans, but Tru is late. She
>calls Lindsay on her cell phone.
>- Tru talks to Davis, trying to figure out how Andrew
>died. He can't give her any answers, but tells her you
>can learn how some died by either cutting them open or
>studying their lives.
>- Tru sneaks into Andrew's boat and snoops around.
>Andrew catches her and accuses Sarah of paying Tru to
>dig up dirt to use against him in the divorce.
>- Andrew tells Tru that he can't divorce Sarah since
>she'll get half of his fortune. He says he never hit
>her and she married him for his money.
>- Tru doesn't know who to believe.
>- At Sarah's house, Sarah is all upset, telling
>Harrison that Andrew threatened her because of him.
>Harrison suggests she gets a gun to protect herself
>and volunteers to help her get one.
>Putting Out Fires Summary
>July 28, 2003
>TruHeroine has posted a full summary for the episode
>"Putting Out Fires" provided by spoiler guru, Tragic
>Luc Cast
>July 26, 2003
>TVGuide reports that soap actor Matthew Bomer (from
>Guiding Light) will play Luc:
>The young actor ... has been cast in several episodes
>of the new series Tru Calling, TV Guide Online has
>learned. Bomer is slated to play a crime scene
>photographer and love interest for leading lady Eliza
>You can find out more about Matthew and see a picture
>of him here
>Fox Sets Tru Calling Premiere Date
>July 24, 2003
>The Futon Critic reports that Fox has set the Tru
>Calling premiere date for October 30.
>New Spoilers
>July 23, 2003
>Casting sides have been released for an episode of Tru
>Calling titled "Putting Out Fires". It's either the
>2'nd or 3'rd episode. Here's a summary of the details:
>- Tru has to stop a tragic fire at a building at 5 pm.
>- She thinks the cause of the fire is a gas leak, and
>gets a fireman named Nick to fix it.
>- Nick and Tru meet up later in the day at 2pm in a
>park for coffee. It's sort of a date.
>- Tru asks Nick about how dangerous being a fireman is.
>- He tells her that he like to help people and some
>times your job chooses you.
>- Tru finds out that the gas leak was nothing serious
>and couldn't have caused the fire.
>- About a half an hour before the fire should happen,
>Tru goes to warn a family to get out of the building.
>- With about 20 minutes to go, Tru is at Nick's
>apartment and they're discussing the situation. Tru
>thinks the building's super might have set the fire to
>collect insurance money because she found suspicious
>things in his office.
>- Nick questions how Tru knows the fire is going to
>- Nick and Tru are getting very close. They're about
>to kiss, but Tru can't. She tells him that he's about
>to die.
>Please keep in mind, since Tru Calling is constantly
>changing, there's a good chance that this script will
>undergo major changes.
>Comic Con Report
>July 20, 2003
>At the San Diego Comic Con today there was a special
>screening of the Tru Calling pilot along with a Q&A
>with producer Jon Feldman and cast members Eliza
>Dushku, Shawn Reeves, Zach Galifianakis, and Jessica
>Collins. The major news from the convention was that
>Tru Calling will premiere in October or November after
>baseball. According to Jon Feldman, no date has been
>set yet because it depends on how many games the World
>Series goes for. He also said to expect plenty of ads
>for Tru Calling during the World Series.
>The original pilot was screened, without any changes
>having been made. None of the changes being rumored
>were discussed. However, the first question asked was
>"When is Tru going to get a car?". Jon laughed and
>said that there were going to be changing that, and it
>was only done to show how fast past the show would be.
>He added that if they kept it up, Tru would be dead in
>three episodes from exhaustion.
>The second question asked was to Eliza, asking if Tru
>Calling is canceled, will she do a Faith spinoff.
>Eliza replied that she's trying to remain optimistic
>about Tru Calling and wanted to take a risk doing
>something new, but didn't address whether or not she's
>written off the idea of a doing a Faith series in the
>Another Tru Calling question asked was whether there
>would be an ongoing story arc, or just stand-alone
>episodes where Tru saves people. Jon answered that
>there will be ongoing storylines involving Tru, her
>mother, ect and then every episode a person she saves
>or doesn't save. He emphasized that she won't save
>Jon Feldman concluded the Q&A by telling the audience
>that whatever happens with the show, he was grateful
>for the support the audience was showing.
>Also, Fox screened the first 6 minutes of the Fox
>mid-season show, Wonderfalls (executive produced by
>Angel's Tim Minear), and it looks absolutely brillant.
>It's so funny and incredibly well-done. Marti Noxon
>also was there to briefly talk about her new Fox show,
>Still Life.
>Mark Evans Being Recast
>July 10, 2003
>Casting sides have been released for Mark Evans again,
>indicating that the role is being recast. It's being
>reported that it's for episode 2 of Tru Calling,
>however the scenes being used to audition the new
>Evans are from the original pilot episode script - the
>scene where Tru first wakes up at Evan's apartment,
>and a brief scene after Tru gets off the phone with
>Harrison where Evans gives her a key to his apartment,
>wanting her to move in with him and go public with
>their relationship.
>It's not clear yet how the casting of a new potential
>love interest, Luc, affects the situation with Mark
>There has also been an unconfirmed report that the
>role of Gardez, the other morgue attendant, is being
>Tru Calling Screening at San Diego Comic Con
>July 9, 2003
>There will be a special screening of the Tru Calling
>pilot at the San Diego Comic Con on July 20'th. Cast
>members Eliza Dushku, Shawn Reaves, Jessica Collins,
>AJ Cook and Zach Galifianakis will be there for a Q&A
>afterwards, along with producers Jon Feldman and Dawn
>Parouse. For more information, check out the Comic
>Con's official site.
>Episode 2 Spoilers
>June 27, 2003
>A casting side for the 2'nd episode of Tru Calling has
>been released. It looks like this new character, Luc,
>could be a reoccuring character. Here's a rundown of
>the details:
>- Tru goes for the first time to a crime scene to pick
>up a body.
>- There she meets a crime scene photographer, Luc
>(described as handsome, 26 and with a haunted past).
>- Two teens have committed suicide hanging themselves
>off of a large bridge.
>- Luc and Tru discuss what happened. It looks like
>some sort of love pack with the two teens (a boy and
>girl, both 16 years old)
>- Luc and Tru start dating.
>- He comes to morgue in a later episode, and Tru tells
>him her estranged father is coming for dinner this
>- They discuss keeping secrets.
>Production Listing
>June 23, 2003
>I.A.T.S.E. Local 669 (the Vancouver photographers
>union) has updated their Vancouver tv & film
>production listing, and it lists the start date for
>filming Tru Calling. Here's the listing:
>Tru Calling
>20th Century Fox Television
>July 29/03 - Dec 17/03
>Cast: Eliza Dushku, Shawn Reaves
>Exec Jon Feldman, Bob Goodwin
>Dir Various
>L Prod Kathy Gilroy-Sereda
>PM Kathy Gilroy-Sereda
>PC Clarke Candy, Roberta Cenedese
>DOP David Moxness
>No More Cameron
>June 23, 2003
>EDTv has confirmed rumors that changes are being made
>to the show and the role of Cameron (played by Heath
>Freeman) is being edited out. The scenes including
>Cameron will be re-written and re-shot.
>Pilot Episode Reviews
>June 19, 2003
>AICN has posted several reviews of the pilot episode
>of Tru Calling
>Tru Opening Clip Online
>June 15, 2003
>TCOnline has posted the opening for the pilot episode
>of Tru (yup, the logo on this clip says "Tru", but
>it's dated 4/28/03, so Fox may or may not have changed
>the title).
>Doug Petrie Staff Writer for Tru Calling
>June 7, 2003
>AICN is reporting that Buffy writer/director Douglas
>Petrie will be a staff writer for Tru Calling.
>New Promo Pictures & Stills
>June 3, 2003
>Fox TV Distribution has launched a Tru Calling page,
>with some new promo pictures and stills.

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