Posted by: mitch pileggi online

I’ve Mitch’s last episode of DALLAS for you. Things are really heating up on the show. Loved with a capital L-O-V-E-D this episode. The interaction between all the cast members was really good. The standout though had to be Judith Light (Judith Ryland). Over the past thirty plus years I’ve been watching Judith perform on my screen, I’ve never failed to be in awe of what she brings to her roles. Whether that has been as Karen Wolek on the defunct soap opera One Life To Live or as Angela Bower on Who’s The Boss, as Elizabeth Donnelly on LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT, or as Jeanne White in The Ryan White Story, she has been one of those rarities that just keeps you held spellbound as she does her thang! Mitch as usual was more than good. Though I’m getting the feeling that Harris is not really on the up-and-up. There’s something that I saw when screencapping that makes me believe there’s more to him than meets the eye. Don’t ask me why, I just have that feeling. Here’s to the season finale on Monday night. Two hours, don’t forget.

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Posted by: mitch pileggi online

WOW! Is all I can say about the performance from Judith Light as Harris’ mother Judith. I remember watching Judith on the soap opera One Life To Live as the hooker with a heart Karen Wolek, then on the show LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT as EADA/Judge Elizabeth Donnelly, ironically not in the two episodes Mitch appeared as DEA Special Agent Jack Hammond. I knew Judith was amazing, she’s won several Emmys for her work, but her hospital scenes with the unconscious Mitch were just stellar. There’s the air of a Greek tragedy with a hint of Odyssia and Alexander The Great Oedipal fixation with Mama Ryland. I’m hoping for more scenes between Mitch and Judith as time goes on. Unfortunately Judith is only signed for eight episodes. Please powers the be give us more before Judith leaves. The way is being left open for Judith to return, but come on, Harris needs his mama. All I can think of is THE X-FILES ninth season episode 4D where AD Skinner said to Lukesh, “Say hi to mama.” That’s what I’d love to do with Judith Ryland. So glad they didn’t pull out Harris’ coma long. That would have been excruciating, though Mitch does look good in hospital wear. Don’t like the respirator covering up that beautiful face though.

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Posted by: mitch pileggi online

I’d like to introduce my new site for the actor Christopher Meloni, the lead actor in the series LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT where Mitch played the part in two episodes as DEA Special Agent Jack Hammond. Please feel free to click on the banner below to access the site. Thanks in advance for any interest you take in it.

Unabridged Christopher Meloni Online

Posted by: mitch pileggi online

I’ve finally gotten around to clipping up Mitch’s episodes from his two outings as DEA Agent Jack Hammond from the NBC procedural LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT. I’m trying to get as much diversity as I can into the media site as I can so as to show the broad range of Mitch’s work. I have such a backlog of stuff that it’s difficult to figure out what to do first. I really wanted to get these done, so here they are. Enjoy.

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