There’s no rule you can’t have more than one guy as the MOC Monday, right? Besides, this is my website; I can do what I want, right?
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I, like a lot of people, came to know Nicholas Gonzalez from his role on Sleepy Hollow. Of course, I was sad to see his character Luke get removed from the story.
Adam Beach has always been one of my favorites, and not just because of Smoke Signals.
Because this is the week of Chappie, this week’s MOC Monday honor goes to Dev Patel!
I haven’t featured Michael Ealy yet on my site, and it’s only out of restraint, because at the time (many months ago), the whole post would consist of “I’VE TALKED TO MICHAEL EALY! *FLAIL* *FLAIL*”
Now though, I can say calmly that I have spoken to Michael Ealy, and it was great. But I’ve also got more to say than just repeating the fact that I’ve interviewed him.
Orlando Jones has the honored position of being the MOC Monday man of the day! The accolade couldn’t come at a better time, since it would seem that Jones’ Sleepy Hollow character, Frank Irving, is back from the dead and will (hopefully) be back on Team Witness! In any event, we can see Jones use his dramatic skills in full force once again.
I think it’s only fitting that David Oyelowo get the coveted MOC Monday spot, since he did such a fantastic job as Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma. If you haven’t seen that film, then I suggest you rectify that and go see it pronto.
Let’s give props to the guy who has entertained us as Harold in the Harold and Kumar series, Sulu in the Star Trek reboot series, the scary/tragic character Andy Brooks in Sleepy Hollow and the stuffy Henry Higgins on Selfie. Say hello to John Cho.
Are there any fans of the original Iron Chef here?