Episode 2 of Brent Spiner’s “Fresh Hell” where we meet Dakota, the Actress Next Door.
This is some funny shit! Love it!
This is great and I am now a fan of Dakota. Off to watch the next ep.
Ok, I’m a George Burns and Gracie Allen fan. I can’t help but get the parallel. Mr. Spiner playing the “Staight Man” (give him a monologue and a cigar) opposite Ms. Steel’s “Dumb Dora” (I think Gracy Allen would approve). Great chemistry between you. I love the energy that Ms. Steel brings to Dakota.
as the Green Goblin once said “the only thing people love to see more than a Hero, is to see a Hero fall.” maybe that’s why i like this idea. and really i hope we never find out what this “Noodle incident” was, not knowing is half the fun.
keep up the good work Brent.
So…if you have an “incident” you get to star in porn? :O
Now where’s that hollywood application form mmmh
Twas a nice twist you got there
HA! i love this! glad mike interviewed you. otherwise i would have never know about your show!
lol Brent should have received his dues from Dakota
Ok. It is a good development. But if your carrier and social life so bad you can always move to a new town where no one heard about the incident. >.> that way you wont have to answer with a baseball bat. :p
Yes very good work here. Thank yo. I also found out about this from Mikes interview from Cinnamassacure!
I did not even know we where supposed to hate him. I must have missed something, because I always loved his work, and Data on Star Trek is my favorite character.
Hey Brent if you’re reading this I love this show you’re definitely on to something. However I never heard of it until Marina Sirtis mentioned it at comic con and a lot of the other fans weren’t aware of it either. I think all it needs is a little more exposure.
Glad Mike from Cinemassacre interviewed you or i’d never have found this!
I have never seen Cinemassacre and I don’t follow twitter but I did attend the first ever Comic-con in Ottawa Canada and got to see Brent for the first time. It was there that he mentioned the show and many of the audience had seen it so I knew I had to check it out.
This is great stuff.
It’s true sometimes, no amount of money is worth it.
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