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The Dish / Re: On Her Majesty's Dish Digest
« Last post by InThe313 on Today at 12:44:03 am »
I'll admit I was skeptical at first about this given the less-than-reliable source that broke the story, but over the last month, the writing was on the wall that she was about to be charged.  And perhaps it's for the best.  If you read just the press release that the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York put out, what the women in this cult went through is horrible and, if Mack is truly guilty, she and Keith Raniere both deserve everything coming their way.  And speaking of, the charges are one count each of sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and conspiracy to commit forced labor against both Mack and Raniere.  Under federal sentencing guidelines, if convicted, they each face a sentence that ranges from a mandatory minimum of 15 years in prison to a maximum of life behind bars.
The Dish / Re: On Her Majesty's Dish Digest
« Last post by Sex Kitten on April 20, 2018, 07:00:47 pm »
^ Some interesting excerpts/details, about that...

According to people familiar with NXIVM, Mack joined the organization about a decade ago, around the same time several other young actresses were pulled into its ranks, including Nicki Clyne, Grace Park and Kristin Kreuk, who recruited Mack. Kreuk left NXIVM several years ago — before the slave-sex club was allegedly formed by Raniere — and has denounced the practices made public recently.


The women in the group, according to the federal complaint, were lured into the club by other female NXIVM members, including Mack, who considered Raniere her "grand master," and were required to provide "collateral" in order to join. If they tried to leave, they were threatened that their collateral —sometimes damaging information about family members or close-up photographs of their genitalia — would be released.

In the federal criminal complaint filed last month against Raniere, prosecutors said a Halfmoon residence known as the Library was where Raniere, 57, repeatedly had sex with an unidentified actress in her 30s.

That townhouse on Hale Drive, which was searched by the FBI on March 27, is where federal authorities say the unidentified actress, who is listed as "Jane Doe 1" in the criminal complaint, became a victim of sex trafficking and forced labor. The actress lived in Brooklyn during the time she was allegedly a victim of Raniere's — which is part of the reason the case is being pursued in Brooklyn.

During one of her trips to Halfmoon, the actress said Mack instructed her to meet Raniere in the middle of the night near his residence. He allegedly instructed the actress to remove her clothing, placed a blindfold over her eyes and drove her around. Once he stopped the vehicle, they walked through some woods to a shack where the actress said she was tied to a table and forced to engage in oral sex with an unidentified person who was in the room with Raniere. It's unclear if the unidentified person was male or female.

The Dish / Re: TV and Movie News: Dead Franchises Keep Telling Tales
« Last post by Vicki on April 20, 2018, 04:31:23 pm »
Another one I like gone.
The Dish / Re: TV and Movie News: Dead Franchises Keep Telling Tales
« Last post by voodoojoe on April 20, 2018, 03:26:52 pm »
Ash Vs. Evil Dead has been canceled by Starz, with the currently running season 3 being the end of it. :-X
The Dish / Re: On Her Majesty's Dish Digest
« Last post by voodoojoe on April 20, 2018, 03:07:55 pm »
Allison Mack has been arrested for her part in the whole sex cult thing.
The Dish / Re: Celebrity Passings 2018
« Last post by ikkitousen on April 20, 2018, 02:27:35 pm »
Swedish musician Tim Bergling, better known as Avicii, is dead at just 28  :(
The Dish / Re: Happy Birthday 2018!
« Last post by Vicki on April 20, 2018, 01:09:19 pm »
April 21: Actresses; Andie MacDowell 60, Becka Adams 31, Brianne Davis 36, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn 44, Kate Vernon 57, Leslie SIlva 50, Natasha Sparkes 31, Valerie TIan 29! Voice actress; Shayna Fox 34! Comedian and actress; Bridget Everett 46!

In Legends no longer with us: Anthony Quinn! Zorba to Zeus and lots of great performances!

Small but nice orgy! Bigger one tomorrow!
TSSA Requests / Power Rangers
« Last post by Monkey D Luffy on April 20, 2018, 02:59:54 am »
I am thinking a council of Pink Rangers, or maybe just original Kimberly, decide the Naomi/Kimberly isn't doing her job and decide to teach her a lesson! Or, possibly, sexually train her.

I love your idea

BUT first I love to see a story just about Naomi/Kimberly, then a Naomi/Kimberly-Becky G/Trini story and finally ur idea

The Dish / Re: TV and Movie News: Dead Franchises Keep Telling Tales
« Last post by InThe313 on April 19, 2018, 05:41:00 pm »
It's officially mid-April which means broadcast networks are evaluating which series are performing well and which are not to figure out what will be renewed or cancelled in May.  In response, fans are buying bubble wrap in bulk to cover their favorite as-yet-to-be-canceled shows in order to protect them from the cancellation axe.  On the bird sound site, fans of The CW's "iZombie", a low-rated but adored series in the middle of its fourth season on the young-skewing network, are rallying behind the #RenewiZombie hashtag and explaining why they believe the Rose McIver-led show should make it to a new season.  And if there's one series that deserves one last season to wrap things up, it's the little zombie show that could.

As anyone who's seen even a few episodes of "iZombie" knows, when the series premiered, it immediately separated itself from other zombie-themed shows -- namely the widely popular AMC hit "The Walking Dead" -- by offering a new spin on the genre.  By giving the show a sharp wit, great sense of humor, big heart and liberal dose of intelligence, co-creators Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero have crafted a complex, well-rounded series that's about the living and not only the living dead.

Despite the show's case-of-the-week format, there's an overarching narrative every season that it is smartly and painstakingly plotted, making it wiser and more ambitious than almost everything else on broadcast TV.  So even when it makes a rare mistake, or an episode falls short of its goals because of a mediocre brain or because it's just a stepping stone to something far grander, the good still outweighs the bad.

Case in point:  "iZombie" has suffered growing pains in the wake of expanding its world by making the existence of zombies common knowledge to all and then forcing the human and zombie populations of Seattle coexist within the walled city.  The show obviously became more blatantly political because of this next step in its evolution, comparing war-torn cities where citizens engage in battles for control, but the sheer ambition it shows as the series evolves beyond its initial plot is remarkable.  And to be completely honest, a willingness to change when a series is working is fine, especially when said series is a zombie show.

But creativity, ambition and a successful track record regarding twists aren't the sole reasons a series like "iZombie" deserves renewal; there is a myriad of reasons within its plot.  In addition to the fact that Liv and Major, played by Robert Buckley, have broken up again and there are still doubts about Blaine, played by David Anders -- is he ever going to be the series' Big Bad? -- Ravi, played by Rahul Kohli, has yet to replicate a permanent cure for the zombie virus.  It'd be rude to deny the show this proper conclusion -- assuming that a cure is still the end game -- especially when The CW has not cancelled a show unceremoniously since 2014, when it pulled the plug on "The Carrie Diaries" after two seasons.  Since the network has allowed several of its established series a chance to close their books with a proper ending, "iZombie" should get the same chance.

It's very obvious that "iZombie" is much closer to its finale than its premiere at this point and not giving it a chance to wrap things up the way the creators envisioned would be devastating for fans at this point.  But if you really want to know why "iZombie" should be granted at least one more season, it's because The CW screwed over Thomas once before and we all know what became of that.

"iZombie" airs on Mondays at 9/8c on The CW.
The Dish / Re: Celebrity Passings 2018
« Last post by Just Plain Tricky on April 19, 2018, 05:39:38 pm »
Not sure if I can post her, but she wasn't the political figure so if she's not allowed I will delete.

Former First Lady Barbara Bush has died at age 92 after a long illness! Known by some as America's Grandmother. RIP
You did it without political commentary so I think you're good.
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