Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Here you can post comments about the new Criminal Minds episode "The Apprenticeship" written by Virgil Williams.
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by Sandra Gonzalez
Bones isn’t the only one putting the spotlight on veterans this November.
On next week’s episode of Criminal Minds, Joe Mantegna’s Rossi is going to take centerstage in an episode that will find Rossi reconnecting with someone from his military past and will flash back to his days in Vietnam. “[We tell] the origin story of Rossi — not as an FBI profiler — but as the man we know today,” says executive producer Erica Messer of the episode. “It’s a special episode for Joe. He’s been asking us to do a story on homeless veterans, and we’ve never had the real estate to do it [until now].”
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Monday, November 5, 2012
by Sandra Gonzalez
Michelle Trachtenberg is scary good at playing unhinged people (Georgina Sparks, anyone?) and Criminal Minds has taken notice! The show, currently in its eighth season, has booked Trachtenberg for an upcoming guest spot in which she plays a stalker who goes haywire after being denied a job. Bonus scoop: I’m told this episode will prominently feature Reid’s new love interest. (And no, it’s not Trachtenberg!)
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Picture Janine Sherman Barrois
ACT Today! (Autism Care and Treatment Today!) announces actor Joe Mantegna ("Criminal Minds") and TV executive Steve Mauldin will receive the 2012 ACTivist awards at the 7th Annual Denim & Diamonds for Autism fundraiser on November 3, 2012 at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, California.
ACT Today! (Autism Care and Treatment Today!), a national non-profit organization whose mission is to provide access to care and treatment to children with autism, announces it will honor "Criminal Minds" star Joe Mantegna and KCBS 2 and KCAL 9's President and General Manager Steve Mauldin at its 7th Annual Denim & Diamonds for Autism fundraiser on Saturday, November 3, 2012 at the Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, California. Over 500 guests are expected to attend the red carpet fundraiser, including corporate leaders, celebrities, dignitaries and other autism supporters. "Honoring Joe Mantegna was an easy decision. He hosted our ACT Today! for Military Families public service announcement and has hosted ACT Today!'s charity golf tournament for the last three years," says ACT Today!'s Executive Director Nancy Alspaugh-Jackson. "He and his wife Arlene have two daughters. The elder, Mia is 18 and had autism."
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