Pan Am will be back on screens December 4!! Also Starring Ashley Greene!

Dang, wont be seeing Pan Am not till December 4!! Here is info on the episode plus video preview!

“Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”

– Once in London, Ted enlists Laura’s help to try to make an old flame – Amanda Mason (Ashley Greene) — jealous, but things don’t go the way he expects. Meanwhile, Kate attempts to regain her freedom from her courier duties by agreeing to one last mission for her British contact, but the dangerous assignment not only puts her life in jeopardy but Anderson’s as well; Maggie butts heads with a hawkish congressman who disagrees with her political views, but things really heat up when she tries to change his mind about his beliefs and ends up sparking an attraction with him; and back at home, Dean takes Colette to meet his parents and the two discover feelings that have been brewing for a long time, on “Pan Am,” SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.

“Pan Am” stars Christina Ricci as Maggie, Margot Robbie as Laura, Michael Mosley as Ted, Mike Vogel as Dean, Karine Vanasse as Colette and Kelli Garner as Kate.

Guest starring are Ashley Greene(“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1,” “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse,” “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” and “Twilight”) as Amanda Mason, David Harbour as Anderson, Chris Beetem as Chris Rawlings, John Bedford Lloyd as Captain Dennis, Damian Young as Mr. Bolger, Jim Coope as Bill Lowrey and Ann Dowd as Marjorie Lowrey.

“Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” was written by Moira Walley-Beckett & Lydia Woodward and directed by John Fortenberry.

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Pan Am: Ratings & Preview for next episode

Sorry I havent put any caps up, I usually get them from but they have yet to post anymore. I dont really get much time to do some myself plus get the eps in HD. But anyway, Pan Am is going steady! Also here is a preview for the next episode! I have some pictures coming soon, sorry its taken me awhile to post!

Pan Am (5.6 mil/1.9) gained 6 percent in the demo. –

Romance Languages – Preview:

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Margot Robbie Would Like to Move in to the Esquire Apartment

A walking, piano-playing, clothes-stealing tour of our new pad in Brooklyn, courtesy of the lovely star of ABC’s Pan Am, who’s welcome back anytime

Perhaps you don’t have an apartment like ours. Perhaps it doesn’t have a view, from the top three floors of a clock-tower building, of all of Manhattan and Brooklyn, views of commuting cars crossing the Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Williamsburg Bridges from a box of glass. And perhaps the absurdly beautiful actress Margot Robbie, from Pan Am, isn’t exploring this apartment with you in a sequined dress with genuine wide-eyed enthusiasm that’s only elevated by eyes so immense they envelope everything around her. That doesn’t mean you don’t know what we’re saying when we say that’s it’s not half bad. It’s fantastic, actually.

This year’s Esquire Apartment, in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood, is, as with the seven before it, host to the world’s best designers and a number of parties for philanthropic causes — the Fresh Air Fund, the International Medical Corps, City of Hope. But for the purposes of an introduction, it was host the other day to Margot Robbie. Robbie playing the piano in the Great Room. Robbie trying on our jackets in the Master Bedroom. Robbie playing our Angus Young SG Signature Gibson guitar. Robbie tweeting our projected “5th Clock” in the Digital Loft, a projected compendium of everything social media. Whatever that is. Robbie projected as a hologram on the walls (not picture above, but, yeah: really). If you ever happen to find yourself owning an apartment like this (we’re just leasing it for the fall), you should hope that it comes with such bells and whistles. Even if it’s just a hologram.


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Margot in Ten’s new station ID

Margot plays apart of Channel Tens new Station ID, cheak it out below. Article below about outrage with the contents of its new ID.

MENTAL health advocates have lashed out at Channel 10’s new station promotion, which features network stars mimicking patients in a support group, “suffering” from their celebrity status.

High-profile presenters including Natalie Bassingthwaighte, Paul McDermott and Shaun Micallef parody those in crisis, appearing dishevelled, catatonic and highly emotional.

Bassingthwaighte cries hysterically, comic Mikey Robbins rocks in his chair, mumbling, while Neighbours starlet Margot Robbie mindlessly strums the show’s theme song on a toy guitar.

Talkin Bout My Generation’s Amanda Keller sums up the stars’ complaints, telling the group they are feeling “the pressure of making 2010 even better than last year.”

However, counsellors have attacked the station I.D as “insensitive” and “distasteful.”

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