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12 December 2014 @ 21:20
The finish of The Amazing Race will be the lighthouse compound from "Harder Than It Looks"

CBS Friday at 8PM eastern
20 December 2013 @ 19:13
Hi. Anybody wanting a little fun viewing might want to check out this series of videos on YouTube, put together by writer and stunt-anthologist Jon Auty. He makes documentaries on the stunt profession for his YouTube channel, and recently added this series of mixes. Each video is roughly three minutes of vehicular stunts, involving things going very fast, exploding, flying through the air, and performing somersaults - sometimes all at once! As fans of the show, you'll know what to expect.

01 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BcPko1RYv0
02 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPhJfqGwV1k
03 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7FGAQqHHP8
04 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ra9cDI7NynM
05 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwjM0IXp1JQ
06 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kl2CgImiwgE
07 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxU35GHkDY4

So settle back and watch various members of the team blow stuff up with improbable weaponry. As everybody knows, explosions make perfect Christmas viewing. :)

And three cheers for the stunt team, obviously!
08 August 2013 @ 07:35
Hello out there....

John Oliver discusses reforming the tax code and references The A-Team.

Watch Don't Mess with Taxes on TheDailyShow.com:

16 February 2012 @ 01:26
Hi everyone,

I recently made a vid and thought I'd share it here as well. Hope you'll enjoy.

title: 20th century boys
fandom: the a-team (tv)
music: 20th century boy by t. rex
characters: ensemble
summary: "an average day for the a-team" or "20th century boys with an extra big helping of Face"
here at my journal
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11 January 2012 @ 01:00

Hello everyone how are you doing today or night?

my rp idea is very neat and cool. so here it goes..

the idea is that’s back when Hannibal was very young about he meet a girl back then that he fell in love with. the girl got pregnant but she lied to Hannibal about it because she didnt want to ruin his dream of getting in the Rangers. Over the years the Girl took care of the baby and the baby grew into a beautiful young woman who is very smart. Graduate highschool a went to a military Collage and after she Graduated she took the Ranger Test and passed with Flying colors  she took a position in the motor pool because she loved cars and or helped out were every she was need. Then her mother thought it was time to find Hannibal sent she lost all info on him. So when my OC find out she is 24 years old and work right beside him 2 years. but the idea is for my Oc to Fall in Love none other the Templeton "Face" Peck...its starts at the begin of the movie to the end. Once we get to the end we can make up everything after that.... that’s what is about doing role play you get to make up what you want.

[i Roleplay on msn or yahoo messenger and im also 24 years old]

20 November 2011 @ 23:27
There is a trend in fanfiction, which began many years ago. I noticed it in occasional stories back in the nineties, so I know it's been going at least that long - but lately it's become damn near ubiquitous. It has Face refusing to admit that he's been hurt, usually to the frustration of Hannibal and/or Maggie. Now we all know that Face likes to complain, and we also all know that he's tough enough really; so is it a logical extrapolation from this that when there really is something to complain about, he keeps his mouth shut? Or was there ever something in the series that did actually confirm this? I ask because, having been doing a fair bit of prevaricating lately, I've taken to hanging out at fanfiction.net, and this particular trend in fiction is starting to drive me nuts. Practically every story about Face has him hiding some major injury, to sighs of exasperation all round. That or Hannibal being too hard on him because of his silence, leading to angst. I don't want to sound like I'm getting at any particular writer, because everybody is entitled to write whatever they want, but this is starting to fascinate me. Where did this notion come from?! It's been a couple of years since I watched the show, so I may have forgotten something relevant. It's not like serious injuries were very common in the show, though. I certainly don't remember many episodes where Face needs to be forced into bed, suffering from a high fever, whilst everybody sighs about his well known hatred for admitting that there's something wrong. It's something I'm pretty sure I'd have noticed...

So where did this start? I'd really like to know. Mostly so I can seek out whoever's responsible, and shoot them. ;)

PS: And whilst I'm at it, what's with the obsession with Dougie Kyle?!
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26 October 2011 @ 20:11
Besides Ed Sherin's British "The A-Team" song, which, so far as I know, has nothing to do with the show (anyone actually heard it to comment?)....

here's the Eurozone crisis described in A-Team terms:

When a plan comes together...
26 September 2011 @ 13:04
The A-Team Secret Santa fic exchange is now taking sign-ups for 2011. Click the banner to join the fun!