Wednesday, November 28, 2007

aimee teegarden

Aimee Teegarden
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Aimee Teegarden (born October 10, 1989 in Downey, California) is an American actress. She currently stars in the NBC series Friday Night Lights. On August 24, 2007, she acted as the questioner to Miss Teen South Carolina 2007, Lauren Caitlin Upton.

[edit] Filmography
Friday Night Lights .... Julie Taylor
Hannah Montana .... Melissa (1 episode)
Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide .... Pretty Girl #1 (1 episode) with a weird laugh
Sailing for Madagascar (2005) .... Bette Warren
Cold Case .... Tina Bayes 1990 (1 episode)

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Aimee Teegarden at the Internet Movie Database
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RFridays might be TV's best night of the week. Observations from four hours on the couch:

"Men in Trees" (8 p.m., KGTV/Channel 10). After a languid start, the Alaska-set ensemble led by Anne Heche has, in its new season, become comfortable and cozy. There's a celibate priest tempted by love, and a young couple (fizzy Emily Bergl, insecure Derek Richardson) trying against all odds to tie the knot. Take a trip to Elmo and stop for a toddy at The Chieftain. You'll feel warm all over.

"Friday Night Lights" (9 p.m. KNSD/Channel 39). College football recruiters have swarmed the small Texas town of Dillon. Coach (Kyle Chandler) heads them off with support from his wife, school counselor Connie Britton (how fabulous is she?). Terrific find: Aimee Teegarden, the coach's daughter, dealing with an ex-boyfriend and a young high school journalism teacher (Austin Nichols from "John From Cincinnati") on whom she has a crush. Troubling: He might have a crush on her. "Friday Night Lights" is a spotlight of class on Friday nights.

"Brotherhood" (10 p.m. Showtime). Jason Issacs and Jason Clarke are superb as brothers in the multilayered drama set in the political and organized crime world of Rhode Island. Then there's the fine Annabeth Gish as the politician's troubled wife. Her moment at the end of a recent episode realizing the woman standing next to her husband at an elevator was his lover � shattering.

"nip/tuck" (11 p.m. FX). The move of Miami plastic surgeons Christian Troy (Julian McMahon) and Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) to Los Angeles has re-energized an already explosive show. For one thing, Sean's ex-wife (Joely Richardson) is now in a gay relationship with a character played by Portia De Rossi (the real-life mate of Ellen DeGeneres). Sean, meanwhile, has ascended to celebrity as a cast member of an "ER"-like program called "Hearts 'n Scalpels." "nip/tuck" is cutting.




"Go, young man, and get married for all of us who can't,"
� gay Mario Cantone, imported to Elmo, Alaska, as a hairdresser to a seemingly jinxed couple on their wedding day, ABC's "Men in Trees."

"Al Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize and in a stunning reversal the Supreme Court awarded it to George Bush,"

� "Weekend Update" anchor Amy Poehler, NBC's "Saturday Night Live."


San Diego is a mixed martial arts hotbed � there's, for instance, Brandon "The Truth" Vera's Alliance Training Center in Chula Vista. "The Ultimate Fighter 6" season finale, featuring a championship bout between Roger "El Matador" Huerta and Clay "The Carpenter" Guida, will be aired live on Spike TV at 9 p.m. Dec. 7 from the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas. Want to be there? Tickets are $353, $253 and $153. "The


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