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Ringer Episode 4 “It’s Gonna Kill Me, But I’ll Do It”
IT’S MY PARTY AND I’LL CRY IF I WANT TO…
Still posing as Siobhan, Bridget (Sarah Michelle Gellar), and Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) head to the Hamptons with Gemma (Tara Summers) and Henry (Kristoffer Polaha) to celebrate her birthday.
Despite the close quarters, Henry is dead-set on rekindling his affair with Siobhan.
Gemma learns some unsettling news, while FBI agent Victor Machado (Nestor Carbonell) closes in on some new information, which forces Bridget to reveal some of her past in order to protect her secrets.
Mike Colter and Zoey Deutch also star.
What secrets do you think ‘Siobhan’ will have to reveal? Thoughts?
It’s Gonna Kill Me, But I’ll Do It: Ringer Episode 4 Pictures
^feeling ko si Shiv yung nasa last picture.
Ringer Episode 5 “A Whole New Kind Of B!TCH”
Gemma (Tara Summers) asks Bridget (Sarah Michelle Gellar), who is still posing as Siobhan, to do her a favor that could cost Bridget everything.
Henry (Kristoffer Polaha) is given some crushing news about his writing career.
Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) has to deal with his tumultuous relationship with his teenage daughter Juliet (Zoey Deutch).
Bridget meets a potential new sponsor named Charlie (guest star Billy Miller) at a local Narcotics Anonymous meeting, while Malcolm (Mike Colter) must face his demons when he is put in a position that could jeopardize his sobriety.
Nestor Carbonell also stars.
A Whole New Kind Of B!TCH: Episode 5 Pcitures
Nicole Gale Anderson who is best known for her Disney projects like the Jonas Brothers TV series and was last seen in the TV series Make It or Break it landed a role on Ringer. She shared on Twitter:
So excited to let all of you know that I'll be playing Monica on the CW's new show Ringer! More updates soon. : ) Love yall. Xx.
There is no details about her role but you can assume it has something to do with Andrew’s daughter Juliet, played by Zoey Deutch, like the character played by Gage Golightly.
Make It or Break It actress Nicole Gale Anderson is set to appear in the Nov. 1 episode of The CW’s Ringer, and only TVLine has exclusive details on the role. The actress will play Monica, an uppity, upper-east side friend of Siobhan’s step-daughter Juliet who gets into trouble at a party.
Jason Dorhing’s return to primetime TV struck quite a nerve for many of you, so at a Wednesday night event touting The CW’s new wares, we sought out some details on the high school teacher the Veronica Mars alum will be playing.
Well, future Ringer fans, we've got good news and possibly bad news.
The good news is we have more spoiler scoop on the teacher role Jason Dohring (Logan of Veronica Mars fame) will take on this season. The unfortunate news is: It looks like he may be gearing up for a fling with Siobhan's (Sarah Michelle Gellar) teenage stepdaughter Juliet (Zoey Deutch), which is kind of icky, unless you're into that sort of thing (à la Pretty Little Liars).
Juliet "has been tossed around from school to school, so she hasn’t found anyone who’s believed in her and taken the time to inspire her," Ringer executive producer Nicole Snyder told TV Line. "That’s the character Jason plays — someone who sees thing in her and invests some time in her."
Sounds fishy, right? Thankfully, Nicole sheds a ray of light in this dark and statutory tunnel, offering, "We promise the audience this: Although it seems like we’re going down a familiar path, we are going to take it in a new direction."
Are we the only ones predicting that Jason will hook up with Juliet and her stepmom? Because that's the whole premise of the show, right? That Sarah Michelle Gellar gets to smooch every single male character because she's playing 28 roles?
another teacher/student affair. hmm..
You will learn to love Polaha’s “other man,” Henry.
“He is redeemed in Episode 6,” the Life Unexpected alum promises. “When I signed on for this series, I knew it was going to be a slow burn — especially for Henry. Moving forward you get these glimpses of Henry and you wonder who he is and what he’s about, and then it starts to unfold and you realize just how significant he is in Siobhan’s life.”
“They have very smartly gone down every road for these characters,” Polaha adds enthusiastically. “There are a lot of flashbacks, and it’s juicy and good.”
One more scooplet: Did you happen to notice the birthdate when they showed a close-up of Siobhan’s driver’s license? That was no slap-dash prop. A big day is approaching for someone — or make that two someones. And series EP Eric Charmelo assures us that Siobhan’s birthday will be the focus of a fall episode.
I've just seen the pilot. Very promising show indeed. Now onto ep 2.
Oh Sarah Michelle Gellar
So far, interesting ang RINGER.
And the pattern so far, "the real Siobhan" got her airtime at the end of every episode. I don't know if that's the style / treatment of the writer / producer
S01E02 had us in such large doses of suspense. I love the way how the storyline is moving and evolving. It gets complicated but never in a way that the storyline feels contrived or force.
By the way, ako lang ba ang nakakanotice na ang ganda ng mga songs na pinipili nilang i-play. The scoring is great and Sarah Michelle Gellar is doing a splendid job in this series.
Ioan Griffudd...from playing Mr Fantastic & King Arthur to this?
Then again, he also played the "wetworks specialist" in Horrible Bosses (love the scene he had with the three hapless protagonists in the seedy motel room)
this show needs more "Cruel Intentions" in it
Love that Sarah Michelle Gellar is back on my TV. This show is very intriguing.
I was on board because of Sarah Michelle Gellar. But I was disappointed in the show, more because it wasn't what I expected at all. It was too much of a soap opera (not just the story, even the shots, angles, etc.). Gave it another go with the second episode and I was able to confirm that nope, this isn't for me.
Lots of mystery indeed, just isn't my thing, I guess...