SCORPION, inspired by a true story, is a high-octane drama about eccentric genius Walter O’Brien and his team of brilliant misfits who comprise the last line of defense against complex, high-tech threats of the modern age. As Homeland Security’s new think tank, O’Brien’s “Scorpion” team includes Toby Curtis, an expert behaviorist who can read anyone; Happy Quinn, a mechanical prodigy; and Sylvester Dodd, a statistics guru. Pooling their extensive technological knowledge to solve mind-boggling predicaments amazes federal agent Cabe Gallo, who shares a harrowing history with O’Brien. However, while this socially awkward group is comfortable with each other’s humor and quirks, life outside their circle confounds them, so they rely on Paige Dineen, who has a young, gifted son, to translate the world for them. At last, these nerdy masterminds have found the perfect job: a place where they can apply their exceptional brainpower to solve the nation’s crises, while also helping each other learn how to fit in.
But sometimes even geniuses need a little help…
So in episode six of Scorpion’s first season “True Colors” Hetty chimes in to help the eccentric bunch in her beloved matter-of-factly manner.
We even get to learn something new about Hetty…
Everyone gets a snarky comment…
But then again…
And Hetty wouldn’t be Hetty if she didn’t have some words of wisdom for Walter…
So, what do you think of Hetty’s appearance on Scorpion ??
Would you like other team members to appear in other shows as well ?? Who in which show ??
Feel free to chat about “Scorpion” in general as well if you like…
Last but not least… the Scorpion guys accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge from NCISLA 🙂
With four more Sundays until Christmas we’re going to provide you with some early Christmas Gifts – namely different NCIS Los Angeles Themed Wallpapers – every Sunday. Today we start with some “Granger Danger” and some “Ninja Hetty” wallpapers… Enjoy !!
Those wallpapers were kindly provided by @KevianaElliot.
TEAM SCORPION MUST PASS A MANDATED PSYCH EVALUATION OR FACE BEING DISBANDED AFTER THEY’RE ACCUSED OF DETROYING A PRICELESS WORK OF ART, ON “SCORPION,” MONDAY, OCT. 27
“NCIS: LOS ANGELES” Star Linda Hunt Guest Stars as Hetty Lange
“True Colors” – Team Scorpion must pass a mandated psych evaluation or face being disbanded after they’re accused of destroying a priceless work of art in an attempt to protect an art exhibit. Meanwhile, Paige enlists the help of the team when Ralph is reluctant to go to his school’s Halloween party, on SCORPION, Monday, Oct. 27 (9:00-9:59 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. NCIS: LOS ANGELES star Linda Hunt guest stars Hetty Lange, who assists Team Scorpion with their mission.
CHEAT TWEET: #CROSSOVER! #LindaHunt from @NCISLA_CBS helps @KatharineMcPhee & @ElyesGabel solve a case! 10/27 9pm @ScorpionCBS http://bit.ly/1saZ238
Elyes Gabel (Walter O’Brien)
Robert Patrick (Agent Cabe Gallo)
Katharine McPhee (Paige Dineen)
Eddie Kaye Thomas (Toby Curtis)
Jadyn Wong (Happy Quinn)
Ari Stidham (Sylvester Dodd)
Riley B. Smith (Ralph)
David Fabrizio (Director Merrick)
Linda Hunt (Hetty Lange)
Shohreh Aghdashloo (Dr. Cassandra Davis)
Raphael Sbarge (Curator Paulson)
Amber Friendly (Special Agent Elise Carey)
Lissa Pallo (Museum Guard)
Josh Keaton (Phil Daniels)
Daniel Phai (Mansion Guard)
Mike Powers (Jacques Labeaux)
Gisela Kovach (Mrs. Mueller)
WRITTEN BY: Rob Pearlstein
DIRECTED BY: Jeff Hunt
In a historic Hollywood neighborhood filled with modest side-by-side period revival homes, the 1919 bungalow of Linda Hunt and Karen Klein stands out for its refreshing mix of old and new.
From the street, the one-story home looks like a traditional Craftsman, but step inside and colorful interiors offer a profoundly modern greeting. It is a jewel-box home filled with carefully considered details and custom finishes ranging from antique door pulls to lavender-colored walls and graphic wallcoverings in surprising hues of purple and green.
“This house has whimsy and a special kind of elegance,” said Hunt, an Oscar-winning actress. “It’s welcoming.”
The couple appreciates the home’s bright and sun-filled interiors, which set it apart from other Craftsman homes in the neighborhood.
“We lasted six months in a dark Craftsman down the street,” Klein, a retired therapist, said with a laugh.
They bought their current two-bedroom home with a plan to make better use of the cramped floor plan. They wanted a home that made sense, with free-flowing movement from room to room that would be suitable for them, their houseguests and dogs.
“We wanted to make better use of the space,” Hunt said. “We wanted to use the house in a different way.”
Read the whole article on latimes.com.