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V = Diana

Airlockalpha is reporting: Jane Badler, who gave evil a new (and beautiful) face, is rejoining the franchise, becoming a recurring character in ABC’s reimagined “V.” That character? Diana. Of course.
Showrunner Scott Rosenbaum revealed at San Diego Comic-Con last month that Anna’s mother would be making an appearance in the second season, adding more even more layers of dimension to Morena Baccarin’s character. When Rosenbaum admitted that mother’s name is Diana, the entire universe was unanimous on who that should be: Badler. Of course.
Although Rosenbaum couldn’t say who he had in mind for the role, TV Guide learned Friday that Badler would indeed be making several appearances on the ABC show this fall. According to the magazine, Diana is being kept in a part of the mother ship that is set up to look like the V’s home planet.
Badler introduced Diana to the world in the 1983 “V” telemovie, and revived her in a miniseries a year later, as well as a full-fledged television series that lasted 19 episodes on NBC, and was cancelled without much warning.

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    The RALFS say super suit Laura!!!!

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    the RALFS read this in the Planet….


    Laura Vandervoort will meet fans on Saturday, August 21, 2010 as special guest of Chicago Comic Con.

    “It’s incredible to bring Laura Vandervoort to our Chicago Comic Con. Our fans love Smallville, and having Supergirl here is just amazing!” said Gareb Shamus, Wizard World CEO.

    Laura is currently starring in the TV series, “V,” as Lisa.



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    From Cylon to Freedom Fighter on V

    The TV Guide reports that BATTLESTAR GALACTICA’s Michael Trucco is going from Cylon to lizard alien on ABC’s V, taking on the role of the mysterious resistance leader named John May. “John May Lives” has been a battle cry of sorts against the Visitors in the series so far, but we’ve seen neither hide nor hair (nor alien reptilian skin) of May so far.
    According to the four episodes we saw of V last fall, May is the founder and leader of the Fifth Column, the group of Vs who are against their peoples’ plans for Earth and the human race. Ryan (Morris Chestnut), a sleeper V who has been on Earth since before the Visitors arrived, once was involved in the resistance. Now he and Earthlings Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Father Jack (Joel Gretsch) are attempting to resurrect the Fifth Column.
    V will return to ABC’s schedule on March 30 with eight new episodes. So far, Trucco is set to appear as John May for only one episode, on April 13.

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