After devouring several humans, Sam (Christopher Heyerdahl) and Felix (Bzhaun Rhoden) are relaxing together in the woods, when that dark female figure (now in the credits as The Oracle) appears to Sam and tells him to kill the one he loves. Sam thinks she means Felix, and so he does that. Then The Oracle tells him that Felix was not the one he loves, and Sam knows he has to go after Mohamed.
Meanwhile, Mohamed (Trezzo Mahoro), still trapped in the bunker, hallucinates Cara (Emily Haine), whom he killed in “Be True” to prevent her from becoming a vampire. (Strangely, Cara has blood on her chin.) She gives him advice on how to escape from his underground prison. Either Sam’s variety of mental illness is communicable, or the Elders are setting up a grudge match between Sam and Mohamed to see if Sam is worthy of joining their number. Continue reading →
Marci T. House as Gertrude in a 2010 Honest Fishmongers production of HAMLET at the Havana Theatre in Vancouver
Marci T House (Major Stoker in “Seen You“) will be Aunt Cindy in Episode 13 of LIFE SENTENCE, a comedy about Stella (Lucy Hale), who for a while thought she was about to die but is unexpectedly cured of her illness. Stella must face the consequences of the decisions she made when she believed her days were numbered. The first episode of LIFE SENTENCE will air on The CW on Wednesday, 7 March at 9pm, immediately following RIVERDALE. Jennifer Spence (Karen in “Help Me“) will be Agent Stern in the show’s second episode. A trailer is available on YouTube.
Catherine Lough Haggquist (Beth in “Stay Away“) is Dr. Greene and Marci T. House is a forensic officer in FIFTY SHADES FREED, the third and final film in the franchise, in which Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey return to Seattle, and Anastasia tries to adjust to married life. (Dr. Green appears in all three of the books, but only in the third film.) FIFTY SHADES FREED had its world premiere in France on 6 February, and is now playing in theatres worldwide. Continue reading →