Quick reference writers/directors

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  1. thebigtree95

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    Quick reference writers/directors

    Written by:

    Alfred Gough & Miles Millar
    Pilot, Metamorphosis, Zero, Crush, Tempest (teleplay), Vortex, Lineage, Rosetta, Exodus, Exile, Memoria(Millar directed), Covenant (teleplay), Crusade

    Brian Peterson & Kelly Souders
    Nocturne, Skinwalkers teleplay, Suspect, Prodigal, Accelerate (teleplay), Phoenix, Relic, Delete, Crisis, Forsaken, Gone, Scare, Sacred, Forever, Hidden, Exposed, Reckoning, Vessel, Arrow, Hydro, Crimson, Promise, Noir, Bizarro, Wrath, Siren, Veritas, Odyssey (Story), Prey, Eternal, Doomsday, Savior

    Todd Slavkin & Darren Swimmer
    Duplicity, Visage, Rush, Accelerate (story), Extinction, Asylum, Velocity, Resurrection, Covenant (story), Transference, Recruit, Commencement, Arrival, Aqua, Solitude, Hypnotic, Fragile, Sneeze, Rage, Freak, Phantom, Kara, Blue, Odyssey (teleplay), Identity, Power, Savior

    Caroline Dries
    Cyborg, Oracle (teleplay), Subterranean, Nemesis, Action, Gemini, Fracture, Sleeper, Toxic, Bloodline, Infamous, Stiletto

    Al Septien & Turi Meyer
    Vengeance, Fade, Labyrinth, Combat, Cure, Apocalypse, Instinct, Bride, Turbulence, Injustice, Kandor, Conspiracy

    Geoff Johns
    Legion, Absolute Justice aka Society and Legends

    Bryan Q. Miller
    Committed, Bulletproof, Hex, Echo, Warrior

    Don Whitehead and Holly Henderson
    Lara, Persona, Traveler, Descent, Arctic, Plastique, Abyss, Requiem, Metallo, Crossfire

    Andrew Landis & Julia Swift
    Pandora

    Jordan Hawley
    Rabid, Disciple

    Anne Cofell Saunders
    Idol, Persuasion

    Genevieve Sparling
    Progeny, Beast, Roulette, Escape

    Aaron Helbing & Todd Helbing
    Hero

    Steven S. DeKnight
    Run, Spell, Unsafe, Onyx, Ageless, Mortal, Thirst, Splinter, Lockdown, Tomb, Mercy, Zod, Reunion, Justice, Prototype

    James Morris & Shintaro Shimosawa
    Static

    Holly Harold
    Magnetic, Obsession, Facade, Pariah, Lexmas, Void, Fallout, Fierce, Quest

    Tracy Bellomo
    Wither, Trespass

    Wendy Mericle
    Fanatic

    Jeph Loeb
    Red, Insurgence, Legacy, Unsafe

    Luke Schelhaas
    Devoted, Bound, Krypto, Spirit

    Kenneth Biller
    Lineage (teleplay), Insurgence, Calling, Shattered(also directed), Crisis(directed), Talisman

    Mark Verheiden
    X-ray, Rogue, Shimmer, Zero teleplay, Obscura, Heat, Dichotic, Witness, Perry, Hereafter

    Neil Sadhu & Dan Sulzberg
    Lucy, Oracle (story)

    Mark Warshaw
    Skinwalkers story, Jinx

    Philip Levens
    Kinetic, Stray, Drone, Crush, Tempest, Vortex (teleplay), Ryan, Visitor

    Michael Green
    Cool, Craving, Shimmer, Nicodemus (teleplay), Drone, Obscura

    Drew Greenberg
    Slumber, Truth

    Ken Horton
    Whisper

    Clint Carpenter
    Precipice

    Matthew Okumura
    Fever

    Greg Walker
    Hothead, Nicodemus

    Cherie Bennett & Jeff Gottesfeld
    Jitters

    Doris Egan
    Hourglass, Hug

    Tim Schlattmann
    Leech

    Cameron Litvack
    Reaper

    Russel Friend & Garrett Lerner
    Redux

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    Directed by:

    James Marshall
    Nicodemus, Crush, Heat, Insurgence, Rosetta, Accelerate, Phoenix, Obsession, Truth, Gone, Transference, Krypto, Forever, Arrival, Mercy, Vessel, Zod, Rage, Combat, Phantom, Fracture, Veritas, Eternal, Doomsday

    Michael Rohl
    Fanatic, Hypnotic, Arrow, Trespass, Bizarro, Hero, Prey, Bloodline, Requiem, Beast, Rabid, Crossfire

    Whitney Ransick
    Spirit, Hidden, Tomb, Oracle, Wither, Labyrinth, Fierce, Gemini, Sleeper

    Thomas J. Welling
    Fragile, Hydro, Apocalypse, Injustice, Absolute Justice Part 2 aka Legends

    Kevin Fair
    Siren, Odyssey, Abyss, Turbulence, Stiletto, Savior, Roulette, Escape

    Glen Winter
    Cyborg, Fallout, Crimson, Blue, Traveler, Committed, Legion, Infamous, Idol, Absolute Justice Part 1 aka Society

    James Conway
    Static, Kara, Lara, Instinct

    Mairzee Almas
    Nemesis, Action, Toxic, Identity, Hex, Metallo, Disciple

    Rick Rosenthal
    Rush, Visitor, Lexmas, Subterranean, Promise, Cure, Plastique

    Morgan Beggs
    Bulletproof, Pandora

    Michael Rosenbaum
    Freak

    Allison Mack
    Power, Warrior

    Wayne Rose
    Echo

    Christopher Petry
    Persuasion

    Greg Beeman
    Hothead, Leech, Tempest, Vortex, Lineage, Suspect, Prodigal, Exodus, Exile, Asylum, Hereafter, Legacy, Covenant, Crusade, Unsafe, Commencement, Splinter, Reckoning

    Turi Meyer
    Conspiracy

    Kenneth Biller
    Quest

    Ken Horton
    Descent

    Todd Slavkin
    Persona, Arctic

    Terrence O'Hara
    Reaper, Obscura, Ryan, Calling, Slumber, Resurrection, Forsaken, Bound, Onyx, Mortal, Fade, Progeny

    Steven S. DeKnight
    Ageless, Justice

    Charles Beeson
    Wrath

    Mat Beck
    Prototype

    Jeannot Szwarc
    Perry, Velocity, Spell, Recruit, Thirst, Vengeance, Void, Reunion, Noir, Bride, Kandor

    Paul Shapiro
    Stray, Jinx, Pariah, Solitude, Sneeze

    Peter Ellis
    Lockdown

    Bradford May
    Aqua, Exposed

    Brad Turner
    Sacred

    David Barrett
    Run, Lucy

    David Carson
    Rogue, Scare

    David Carlson
    Devoted, Fade

    Thomas J. Wright
    Precipice, Whisper

    David Nutter
    Pilot

    John Schneider
    Talisman

    Pat Williams
    Delete

    Jeff Woolnough
    Red

    Michael Katleman
    Zero, Drone, Extinction

    Rick Wallace
    Nocturne, Witness

    Marita Grabiak
    Skinwalkers, Relic

    Michael Watkins
    Metamorphosis, Jitters

    Philip Sgriccia
    Metamorphosis, Craving

    James Frawley
    X-ray

    Jim Contner
    Cool

    Chris Long
    Hourglass, Hug, Redux

    D.J. Caruso
    Shimmer

    Robert Singer
    Kinetic

    Steve Miner
    Duplicity

    Craig Zisk
    Dichotic

    Bill Gereghity
    Visage, Fever

    David Jackson
    Magnetic
     
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    It looked like Glen Winter was DP for Fragile and Void.
     
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    James Marshall directed Splinter as well.
     
  4. triplet

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    Yeah, he was... I think they were filmed out of order.

    They had a guest DP for Hypnotic, Les something... Never heard of him before.
     
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    According to the episode, yes.
    According to the website, it was Beeman.

    The episode is probably right, but I'll wait to get further clarification to be sure.
     
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    Is that right? I think you have to go with what they put on screen. Websites can make mistakes.
     
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    It's whatever is on the episode itself. As we've all seen the "official" descriptions can often be very wrong.
     
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    Brian and Kelly wrote Hidden and Reckoning, so they've got to be at the top of my favorite writers list.
     
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    Greg Beeman didn't direct Splinter, but you should add Rosetta to his list because he said on the commentary that he shot the scene with Welling and Reeve.

    I can't believe the only episode Beeman directed this year was Reckoning. He needs to do more next year!!!! His episodes are always awesome!
     
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    Thanks for jumping on a train that's already had enough cars tell me that.
     
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    bumpity bump bump bah-bump, bumpity bumpity bah-bah-bah-bah-bump
     
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    LOL! But why? :confused:
     
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    They're also responsible for Delete and Crisis.... :down:

    They've penned some stinkers too.
     
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    Crisis is one of my favourites. :up:
     
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    *triplet shudders*

    Two words:

    Ian Somerhalder

    *triplet shudders again*
     
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    That was the episode where he died. You should have been celebrating.

    All four friends, Pete, Chloe, Lana and Clark were being good friends without any angst. Clark was using his smarts and was shown to be the real hero of the story. I always like that. :)

    Its amazing how short Lana's memory is when you look back on past episodes.

    I also liked the sci-fi element to it. Some of my favourite Star Trek episodes are the one's with time travel.

    I'm a bit of a time travelling geek. :eek:
     
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    I liked Crisis too. Ian is an ass in RL, but he did a decent job on SV.

    I'm taking that one to the Relationships thread..
    Later.. Mortal is back on. :D
     
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    Ouch! Do I need to put my helmet and gloves on? :D
     
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    I'm going to chime in here too. I'm a huge time-travelling geek (probably helps to say that I was raised on Quatum Leap) and I adored Crisis. It was one of my favorite episodes from Season 3. Getting to see Ian's demise, plus the dose of Back-to-the-Future action made the episode prime stuff. I'd have to watch it again to make any more comments--I only watched Seasons 2-4 once, back-to-back, last September.
     
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    Hee, hee. I have all the Quantum Leap's available to date on DVD. :up:

    I like time loop episodes too. Stargate SG1 did a great one.
     
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    You know, I still haven't seen the SG1 time-loop episode, even though my brother raves about it once a month or so. I'm going to make him download it for me this weekend.

    My love for Reckoning is beyond measure because of the time-travel, not in spite of it.
     
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    I loved Quantum Leap, I was a huge QL fan.

    It was my big fandom prior to Smallville. I was even on some bulletin boards back then on AOL and Prodigy at the beginnings of the internet... I laugh now at what was available back then, like 15 years ago.

    Good times.

    :D :up:



    But I still Loathe Crisis.
     
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    It was really funny and really well done. Make sure you see it.

    I loved Reckoning and I'll love the time travel aspect of it even more once Lana learns the secret and gets to keep it. :D

    You're allowed to not like it, but why didnt you like it?
     
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    From moi? Never. You know I'm a big ole pussycat. :D

    Actually, I'll probably be the one needing the fire-******ant undies.

    Back after "So you think you can Dance." I actually know some of the people on this. LOL!
     

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