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1999-12-01 00:00:00 - Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (Jean-Pierre <NOSPAMjpj@casema.net>)


An interesting Starlog intvw with Megan Gallagher, as discovered by Anthony D. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here's part of an article about Meghan Galleger that I stumbled upon...I cut out the non-NwM related parts. The Other Side Of Darkness By: Spelling, Ian., Starlog, Jan97, Vol. 16 Issue 234, p56, 4p, 6c ......Gallagher, however, has no interest whatsoever in a Millennium/Nowhere Man cross-over--even if one were possible. Bruce Greenwood starred in Nowhere Man as photojournalist Thomas Veil, a man who struggled to recover his identity once it was stolen from him after he snapped a particularly incriminating picture of a war atrocity. Gallagher played the recurring character of Veil's wife, who, like everyone in his life, suddenly seemed as if she knew nothing of him. Despite a nifty To be (Poltergeist) Hooper-directed pilot, rave reviews and much hype early on, as well as a rather tiny but avid fan base, Nowhere Man went nowhere in the all-important ratings and quickly got the ax last season. Few would argue the assessment that Nowhere Man simply got too complicated for its own good. It was the kind of show that, if someone missed even a single episode, there was no catching up. Even the most devoted of Nowhere Man fans, who watched and perhaps even taped every episode, often didn't know what was happening. Greenwood himself admitted in an interview in SF EXPLORER #11 that creator Larry Hertzog often kept him in the dark as to what drove Veil and the show's conspiracy angle. Gallagher, too, didn't know what was unfolding, a situation compounded by the fact that she only appeared in a few episodes. "I don't think there was a master plan. I don't think that there was a bible," she observes. "Excuse me, Larry, but I got frustrated with the show. I loved the pilot and Tobe did a great job with it. I loved Bruce Greenwood. He's a wonderful actor. "The pilot was really intriguing and compelling. It was all about paranoia. Talk about the ultimate existential crisis. The guy's life was just taken away from him. They had that great, sort of North by Northwest shot at the end of the pilot, with Bruce sitting at the crossroads in the middle of nowhere. It was a great place for Nowhere Man to start, but it just got too confusing for me and, I guess, for many people." OK, but let's get to the major question as far a s Gallagher and Nowhere Man were concerned: Was she or was she not actually Veil's wife? Gallagher laughs. "I know, I know," she says. "My scenes became gigantically frustrating to play. It was like, `What? How does this make any sense?' and `How did they do that?' My idea was that I was Bruce's wife, that I did, in fact, love him, but that I was forced to do everything I did. But there was stupid stuff, like singing a card and leaving it for him at the end of the Christmas episode. We're together. We have this wonderful Christmas. I bring his mother back. Suddenly, she's there in the flesh, even though she had been near death the last time he saw her. He's still a little leery of me, because I once sold him out and had him taken away. Finally, he trusts me and we make love. Then, he wakes up the next morning, the house is ransacked and I've left him this note saying, `How did you figure it out?' Because he had hidden the negatives from me. Why would I do that? If I'm one of the bad guys, why not just disappear? That would be mysterious enough. The note was just dump."

1999-12-01 00:00:00 - Re: Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (scorpio4@mindspring.com)


"Jean-Pierre" <NOSPAMjpj@casema.net> wrote: >An interesting Starlog intvw with Megan Gallagher, as discovered by Anthony >D. > >--------------------------------------------------------------------------- >Here's part of an article about Meghan Galleger that I stumbled upon...I cut >out the non-NwM related parts. Megan sounds like one of those typical snotty So. Cal type of women. I'm disappointed. Maureen

1999-12-01 00:00:00 - Re: LARRY, Question... - (Larry Hertzog <lhertzog@concentricns.net>)


In article <3845B740.5E5C2DDE@home.com>, scottspm@home.com says... > Jean-Pierre wrote: > << I was forced to do everything I did. But there was > stupid stuff, like singing a card and leaving it for him at the end of > the > Christmas episode. We're together. We have this wonderful Christmas. I > bring > his mother back. Suddenly, she's there in the flesh, even though she had > been near death the last time he saw her. He's still a little leery of > me, > because I once sold him out and had him taken away. Finally, he trusts > me > and we make love. Then, he wakes up the next morning, the house is > ransacked > and I've left him this note saying, `How did you figure it out?' Because > he > had hidden the negatives from me. > Why would I do that? If I'm one of the bad guys, why not just > disappear? That would be mysterious > enough. The note was just dumb.">> > > Hey Larry...any feedback on that? You know, as erie as that made me > feel, I always wondered why to. Sheesh, if Megan had disappeared, there'd be nothing to wonder about. And we wouldn't be talking about it. I gotta call her and find out what she's wearing. -- Larry

1999-12-02 00:00:00 - LARRY, Question... - (ScottSPM <scottspm@home.com>)


Jean-Pierre wrote: << I was forced to do everything I did. But there was stupid stuff, like singing a card and leaving it for him at the end of the Christmas episode. We're together. We have this wonderful Christmas. I bring his mother back. Suddenly, she's there in the flesh, even though she had been near death the last time he saw her. He's still a little leery of me, because I once sold him out and had him taken away. Finally, he trusts me and we make love. Then, he wakes up the next morning, the house is ransacked and I've left him this note saying, `How did you figure it out?' Because he had hidden the negatives from me. Why would I do that? If I'm one of the bad guys, why not just disappear? That would be mysterious enough. The note was just dumb.">> Hey Larry...any feedback on that? You know, as erie as that made me feel, I always wondered why to. --

1999-12-02 00:00:00 - Re: Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (Jean-Pierre <NOSPAMjpj@casema.net>)


Ah yes, but look at those legs ;-) > > Megan sounds like one of those typical snotty So. Cal type of women. > I'm disappointed. > > Maureen

1999-12-02 00:00:00 - Re: Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (YankeeMan <bachstarSPAM@blazenet.net>)


Jean-Pierre wrote: > Ah yes, but look at those legs ;-) > > > > > Megan sounds like one of those typical snotty So. Cal type of women. > > I'm disappointed. > > > > Maureen Except she's from Reading, PA, birthplace of the outlet store

1999-12-02 00:00:00 - Re: LARRY, Question... - (ScottSPM <scottspm@home.com>)


Larry Hertzog wrote: > Sheesh, if Megan had disappeared, there'd be nothing to wonder about. > And we wouldn't be talking about it. > I gotta call her and find out what she's wearing. Cool. See if you can post a pic of what she's wearing to the board. :-) Hee Hee --

1999-12-02 00:00:00 - Re: Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (YankeeMan <bachstarSPAM@blazenet.net>)


Jean-Pierre wrote: > Ah yes, but look at those legs ;-) > > > > > Megan sounds like one of those typical snotty So. Cal type of women. > > I'm disappointed. > > > > Maureen Except she's from Reading, PA, birthplace of the outlet store

1999-12-02 00:00:00 - Re: Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (YankeeMan <bachstarSPAM@blazenet.net>)


Jean-Pierre wrote: > Ah yes, but look at those legs ;-) > > > > > Megan sounds like one of those typical snotty So. Cal type of women. > > I'm disappointed. > > > > Maureen Except she's from Reading, PA, birthplace of the outlet store

1999-12-02 00:00:00 - Re: Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (CIELO1@webtv.net)


Maureen writes about "...one of those typical snotty So. Cal type of women". That's a bit unfair. When I lived in SoCal I did not find all women there snotty. In fact, the women who had moved in from somewhere else were almost tolerable! Note: All female Southern California NowhereManiacs are hereby excluded from any of the above implied criticism. Interest in Nowhere Man demonstrates an intelligence and depth of character not normally seen in such environs.

1999-12-03 00:00:00 - Re: Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (scorpio4@mindspring.com)


YankeeMan <bachstarSPAM@blazenet.net> wrote: > > >Jean-Pierre wrote: > >> Ah yes, but look at those legs ;-) >> >> > >> > Megan sounds like one of those typical snotty So. Cal type of women. >> > I'm disappointed. >> > >> > Maureen > >Except she's from Reading, PA, birthplace of the outlet store Ugh! That's even worse. Those darn Easterners have ruined SoCal with their bad driving habits! ;-) Maureen

1999-12-03 00:00:00 - Re: Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (scorpio4@mindspring.com)


CIELO1@webtv.net (D CILLO) wrote: >Maureen writes about "...one of those typical snotty So. Cal type of >women". > >That's a bit unfair. When I lived in SoCal I did not find all women >there snotty. There is something about this place ... the money, the excessive, intense emphasis on trendiness and it being about what you own and what you drive and not who you are as a person that just seems to engender a snotty attitude on the part of at least half of the people who live here. I guess, also, it just goes to show that money does not buy happiness. The people who live here are clearly not a happy bunch. Instead, they have the personality of the Pod People in "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" or like that of angry robots. >In fact, the women who had moved in from somewhere else were almost >tolerable! LOL. You mean when you dated them they didn't ask you how much money you made a year? >Note: All female Southern California NowhereManiacs are hereby excluded >from any >of the above implied criticism. Interest in Nowhere Man demonstrates an >intelligence and depth of character not normally seen in such environs. It depends why they watched it. I mean, if they watched it so they could root for Them, well that wouldn't be too good...;-) Maureen

1999-12-04 00:00:00 - Re: Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (CIELO1@webtv.net)


Maureen asks "You mean when you dated them they didn't ask you how much money you made a year?" Absolutely not. But since I gave them a copy of my prior years 1040 tax form and a copy of my DMV car title before I hooked up with them, that might be the reason.

1999-12-05 00:00:00 - Re: Starlog intervw with Megan G - Megan tells all. - (dcdink@aol.com)


>Interest in Nowhere Man demonstrates an >intelligence and depth of character not normally seen in such environs AH ha - truer words were never spoken!! Jamb

1999-12-05 00:00:00 - Re: LARRY, Question... - (dcdink@aol.com)


Just wanted to congratulate the writer of NW and tell him how fun it is to be able to forum with him online. Megan was vastly UNDERUSED in NW, as she was in Millinium. I thought the romantic tension twn Tom and Alyson was gorgeous!! Maybe I am slightly prejudiced about the Christmas ep cuz he did take off his shirt. (BW female fans are smiling forever....!). Jamb Jamb