Thank you, Victoria--we're off to a good start, now. Since this is the TJ website, perhaps we should focus on his scenes, and what wonderful work he does in them. I agree that he has some great moments in "The Man in the Morgue," especially during the scene you mentioned. TJ does a fine job of conveying just the slightest hesitancy before turning to speak to Michaela. Although his character is only trying to console her character, it's apparent that TJ's Hodgins feels much more for Angela than he's letting on at this moment. These early scenes between them were filled with so much subtext, and it's amazing to watch TJ act the part of a man trying to tenetively reach out emotionally to this woman who, much to his own surprise, he has found himself in love with.Y Ddraig Coch wrote:Have boxed myself into a corner here as I have to choose a scene when that is virtually impossible!I am assuming we are talking J/A scenes or would you prefer a more general overview? Well I shall opt for "The Man in the Morgue" when Jack gives Angela the "big life"speech with the gorgeous baby blues trained on her face(lucky lucky girl).
Give the rest of you a chance to comment now,hope this is what you hoped for Rebecca.Be kind
...and I thought I was the only one that thought that little snippet of a scene was soooo hot! So no, it doesn't sound stupid to me at all...saburcat wrote:But the way he points at Zach when he complains about having to take a decontamination shower with him is so cute! I know that sounds stupid.
Oh yes, how can we forget that bathtub scene? The looks that are exchanged between our favourite couple are gorgeous, and make my heart swell with joy.ThyneAlone wrote:Hello, all - Vic I was not even vaguely contemplating just going for one scene! There are so many! Another great moment for me is the bathtub one in 'Truth In The Lye'. I love the way they look at each other as they stumble about on the dangerous ground of relationship discussion - and the sudden seriousness and shock on Angela's face when Jack says: 'the woman I know and love'. There's a connection there. And even fully dressed, TJ looks wonderful in a bathtub....
Hmmm... somehow I doubt that the acting in that scene was much of a stretch for TJ...KimberHodgela wrote:Also - just for fun, can we throw in the "Cleopatra's Bed" scene from "The Priest in the Churchyard"? Just because ...
Yes, I'd like to know the answer to ALL of those questions as well!! They both seemed really, really natural in that scene, if that means anything ... But alas, both parties there are fine, so I doubt the acting was a stretch for either!begolden wrote:Hmmm... somehow I doubt that the acting in that scene was much of a stretch for TJ...KimberHodgela wrote:Also - just for fun, can we throw in the "Cleopatra's Bed" scene from "The Priest in the Churchyard"? Just because ...
What I do wonder is, (A) What was he wearing under the sheets? (B) How many takes were there? (C) Did TJ sabotage any of those takes to get more mileage out of the scene? And last but not least, (D) Was kissing TJ's chest scripted, or did Michaela improvise?
What! Is that a fact?? *is intriguid*Y Ddraig Coch wrote:If TJ messed up the blocking on the swing scene I am sure he was tempted to repeat on the Cleo's bed the little tinker
Well she definitely described the experience in positive terms, I do remember that much! She was either referring to the Cleopatra bed scene, or, horror of all horrors, one of the scenes that will end up being cut from "Player Under Pressure" when it finally airs. Besides the proposal scene, I wonder what other Jack and Angela moments we'll most likely never get to see from that episode... (said with much bitterness)KimberHodgela wrote: However, there was an interview posted this year with the "Squints", I believe it might have been with Kristen (From E!Online), and Michaela spoke about the Cleopatra's Bed scene. At least, we think it was about that scene, since she mentioned they were in the boudoir. She sounded really impressed with the scene, and not nervous at all! (And hey, can you blame her? I'd have been excited!).