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December 25, 2009
Posted by Sam   /   Filed Under : Beautiful Life, Gallery

Screencaptures from TBL’s third episode ‘The Beautiful Lie’ have been uploaded. I’ll upload caps from episodes 4 and 5 as soon as I can.

September 18, 2009
Posted by Sam   /   Filed Under : Beautiful Life, Video

Similar to the promo below, this one just has a few more scenes in it:

September 17, 2009
Posted by Sam   /   Filed Under : News

“The Beautiful Lie” (CONTENT RATING TBD) (HDTV) – September 30th, 9/8c only on The CW

SABASTIAN ROCHE (“GENERAL HOSPITAL”) GUEST STARS Sonja (Mischa Barton) is being hounded by the press about a risqu? photo which forces her to consider quitting the modeling business. Aware of the chemistry between Raina (Sara Paxton) and Cole (Nico Tortorella), Claudia (Ell Macpherson) secures a campaign for a major clothing line for the two. Raina struggles with the public image she must maintain with Cole, while her true feelings are for Chris (Ben Hollingsworth). Raina’s family drama finds its way back into her life and she finally faces her father (guest star Sebastian Roche, “General Hospital”). Isaac’s (Corbin Bleu) relationship with Vivienne (guest star Jamie Murray, “Dexter”) is strained when he is surprisingly replaced, by Chris during a photo shoot. Raina’s brother, Alex (guest star Billy Magnussen, “As the World Turns”), lands himself in a bit of trouble with the Russian mob, but Marissa (Ashley Madekwe) comes to his rescue. Sanford Bookstaver directed the episode written by Dailyn Rodriguez (#102).

Via The Futon Critic