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September 07 2010

"No Ordinary Family" poster. Check out the poster for ABC's new superhero-y TV series "No Ordinary Family," co-starring our favorite blonde bombshell of a vampire.

I was like, what, I can't see Spike. Is that Julie Benz?
"co-starring our favourite [natural] blonde bombshell of a vampire"

:p
The daughter (on the right of the poster) is played by Kay Panabaker who some may remember as the Creepy Girl from the White Room ("Angel" Season 3).

And the Dad appears to be Michael Chiklis who played Vik Mackey from "The Shield." After seeing the actor play such a despicable character so well for so long, I'm going to find it difficult if the character he now portrays in this new show is supposed to be a nice guy.
I've been seeing these posters around where I live. :) I really enjoyed the pilot episode, and I'm keen on seeing more of the show.
"The daughter (on the right of the poster) is played by Kay Panabaker who some may remember as the Creepy Girl from the White Room ("Angel" Season 3). "

Thank You!! It was driving me nuts trying to figure where I'd seen her before.
Whisper, Kay Panabaker is also the sister of Danielle Panabaker, who was the daughter of Mr Stark in Shark. They look eerily similar.
Dalton Yes, that is indeed the Commish, Michael Chiklis. AKA Ben "The Ever-lovin' Thing" Grimm.

I love him. I think he's a wonderful actor, and I'm glad he's got a new show. Kinda wish it wasn't something so...ah...well, I'll reserve judgment until I've seen the pilot. But the concept makes me cringe.

As for Ms. Benz, well...I only know her work from Season One of "Buffy" - I haven't seen more than the first season of "Angel."

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