The Star Who Died Twice?

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The Star Who Died Twice?

Post by So-Called Loon » Sep 25th 2004, 3:57 pm

Am i nuts or delirius or something? :shock:

I thought i made a rather lengthy posting about this a few days ago. :o

Posed some questions.

Wondered why there was no response. Just did a pack of searches for different things that were in the post and it doesn't seem to exist on the site.
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Re: The Star Who Died Twice?

Post by Sascha (sab) » Sep 25th 2004, 4:08 pm

So-Called Loon wrote:Wondered why there was no response. Just did a pack of searches for different things that were in the post and it doesn't seem to exist on the site.
Hm, maybe our database ate it. But I don't know how that could happen. Did anybody else see this topic?

BTW, you can easily search for all your postings by using this link: http://www.mscl.com/forum/search.php?se ... alled+Loon
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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Sep 25th 2004, 5:34 pm

SCL - I am not accusing you of being crazy, but I know how you feel because sometimes I intend to post something and then two days later (heck, even a few weeks later), I start looking for the particular post/thread and it isn't there. In my case, it's usually because I meant to post it but never got around to it and I feel like :hammer1:
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Post by Nostradamus » Sep 26th 2004, 3:29 am

Yeah, I've had that problem both here and in real life; I'll be telling a joke or story and space that I've told that same thing to the same person the day before.

:oops:

I did notice that my "new post" flags vanished the other day shortly after I logged in, but that was during my transition from IE to Firefox, so it could have been on my end.

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Post by So-Called Loon » Sep 26th 2004, 9:11 am

Ah nurtz!! :hammer1:

It was a huge ole thing. I probably shut down the browser or the system or something crashed before i posted it. :roll:

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Here's the new Abridged Version

Post by So-Called Loon » Sep 27th 2004, 7:33 am

If i recollect correctly, i think i asked the questions:

1 - Does anybody remember Michael Hayes?
2 - Does anybody remember Cracker?
3 - If so, what did you think of them?


As for the Actor Who Died Twice:

As i wrote this lost post in which i wanted to ask about those two shows, i couldn't remember the title "Cracker". I remembered the star, but i couldn't remember his name. So i did an IMDb search for "Murphy Brown". That led me to Robert Pastorelli.

But, while reading Pastorelli's info at IMDb, i came across the weirdest coincidence.

Rewind to '98: |<<
After Cracker aired, i recall hearing that it was on hiatus i.e. probably dead but might be brought back as a mid-season replacement.

Couple months later i heard on the news that it's star, Robert Pastorelli had died. A family member had heard likewise and we wondered how, but never bothered to find out.

Fast-forward to 2003: >>|

I was watching a "Hack" episode and Surprise; up pops none other than Robert Pastorelli as a guest star! Risen from the dead apparently. Happened to be watching with the same family member who had also thought he was dead. Blew us away!

Fast-forward to the recent present, once again: >>|
I've just barely looked up Robert Pastorelli to find out the name of the '97 series he was in, and thinking about how i thought he was dead until last fall. I recognize the title "Cracker" right away, and then my gaze flits across the top of the page and i see this:

Date of death (details)
8 March 2004
Hollywood Hills, California, USA.
-- (accidental heroin overdose)

So now he's dead again!

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So, anyway, his next role is in the film Be Cool, due for release in 2005"
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Post by emmie » Sep 27th 2004, 1:01 pm

ooh, that's creepy so-called loon! so then you have to ask the question....is he really dead this time? :?

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