Leverage’s Aldis Hodge Previews John Schneider’s Guest Appearance
by Aldis Hodge
This week’s episode of Leverage is nothing but a fun ride, guest-starring “Mr. Dukes of Hazzard” himself, John Schneider. He comes in to play a mean, greasy record company CEO stealing people’s dreams, when in real life he couldn’t be farther from that. He was such a great guy to have on the set and off, as he ran around the city of Portland with the lot of us. He came with such professionalism and spirit.
It’s going to be a great episode for the fans. We all got back into our western side for this one. Tim is in a stetson, Gina is in leather, Beth is the cutest cow-girl you ever did see, Kane has a guitar and a microphone (you know what that means) and me? Well all I can say is “tight Levi’s,” ladies.
Have fun with this one yall. Can’t wait!
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Aldis Hodge will be on The VRO for an interview at 9pm ET/6pm PT TOMORROW NIGHT – July 21. This is the interview that had to be rescheduled from a few weeks ago. All fans are encouraged to listen live and participate in chat at www.blogtalkradio.com/vampradio.
Leverage‘s Aldis Hodge Previews “The Double Blind Job”
by Aldis Hodge
Hey, TV Guide. Leverage is back with another heater for you guys.
In this week’s episode, “The Double Blind Job”, the Leverage team works against a crooked pharmaceutical company on the verge of releasing a lethal concoction in the form of a new wonder drug all for the pursuit of money.
This mission was brought to our table by a girl (Katie Lowes) whose sister was a victim of the drug. We take her case and, unbeknownst to him, Hardison takes her heart which puts Parker in a very odd position – it’s the first time she realizes that she may actually have feelings for Hardison. Wonder what this means for the two of them…
We had a great time filming this episode. Katie Lowes was a great guest star and her character got up close and personal with the team – we’ve never let a client get this involved. This will be a very fun episode for you guys.
Catch you later.
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