Teen Wolf - STEREK AU - truth serum
Different kinds of wolfsbane affect werewolves in various ways. So when Derek’s poisoned with it this time, things take an unexpected turn.“Are you shitting me? Oh my god, this is awesome.”
“Shut up, Stiles.”
“No, I won’t. So you can’t lie?”
“And if I ask you something, you feel… compelled to answer truthfully?”
“Circumcised or not?”
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The X-Files (1993-2002)
“Rich and layered, deep and alternatively light and tragic, it’s the show that changed, well, everything really, about how television drama was executed. It lives on even today, as we see how the protagonists of Fox Mulder the Believer and Dana Scully the Skeptic continue to influence how characters are shaped, and the way the mythology of the show allowed for primetime television to explore new roads of storytelling. It was beautiful and asked the most human of questions regarding our existence and our beliefs, but more than anything, it was a love story in every possible regard— the love for life, the love for truth, and of course, the love for each other.”
- “Starz’s new drama ‘Incursion’ will revolve around a formidable sci-fi heroine. ‘Spartacus’ creator Steven DeKnight, who is developing ‘Incursion’ for Starz, cites James Cameron’s ‘Aliens’ as a major influence on the project. “I definitely wanted to avoid [another military show about a male protagonist],” DeKnight said. “I wanted to go down a different path.”
- “Men and women serve in the same platoon,” DeKnight said. “It’s an R-rated, military show set in the future [and they’re] fighting aliens on different planets.” As it stands now, each season of the show will take place on a different world.
- “I’m taking the same approach to what I did with ‘Spartacus,’ in that same-sex relationships are completely accepted,” DeKnight said. “It doesn’t matter if you’re gay or straight or bi or anything — in the future, that makes no difference whatsoever.” In fact, DeKnight said he hasn’t figured out a way to do so yet, but he’s hoping to depict polyamorous relationships, “where you can have a husband, a wife and a husband, or any combination thereof … I find [that] deeply fascinating.”
- DeKnight said the focus of “Incursion” would be on the human side of every battle, in part because showing lots of computer-generated aliens is expensive. But the show’s aliens, when we do see them, will not look human at all. “This is no offense to anyone that does this — I know exactly why you do — but [our aliens] are not a human with a prosthetic on their head. No bumpy foreheads,” DeKnight said. He explained that aesthetic goal of the show is to give viewers a gritty, boots-on-the-ground perspective on war.