Few pictures Allan has tweeted!
Every fandom ever
This gets better the longer you watch
Barney is the fan who insists on complete silence and purity in the fandom. Feels should not get in the way.
Ted is the fan who is too emotionally invested in his ship and screams whenever they are on-screen.
Lily is the fan who cries about everything that happens— even when it’s not the least bit emotional.
And Marshall is the hate-watcher who is horrified with the whole fandom but can’t stop watching.
S4 E10: GIMME SHELTER
CBC Synopsis: An old friend of Mal’s gets into trouble with some dangerous people, and it’s up to Mal and Rose to keep him safe and find out what kind of business he’s really into; After going over the hood of a car, Jake is laid up with a bad injury and the medication Des gives him causes some strange dreams….
MauzyDay ~ In One Word: SOUP
Yes, soup…chicken soup…Leslie makes Jake chicken soup. If that’s not true love, I don’t know what is…next week, nuts….then….
I really liked this episode … lots of twists and turns…all the nightmare scenes…all the bungling with the file changing hands.
Leslie sitting in the chair, waiting for Jake to wake up.
L: I didn’t think you were ever going to wake up.
J: Oh, you…are a sight ..for .. you know, sore ribs.
L: Chicken soup is more of a cold/flu food but I made you some anyway.
J: That was really sweet of you. Could you kiss me again…I’ve been having really weird dreams lately…I just want to make sure you’re…you know…real.
L: How’s this for real?
J: I’m convinced.
Loved that picture of Becker in Leslie’s file! Bad hair day??!!!!
Des scaring off the bat wielding guy…kicking him in the shins. Then heading for Jake…
Des plumping up the pillow for Jake on the couch and taking care of him….Jake taking so many pills. Then Des taking some…they were just too funny throughout being so groggy.
Great shot by Malachy when he aims for the steam pipe to create a jet of steam at the bad guy (Dante Peterson).
Ok, the first nightmare scene … why was Leslie standing there in uniform? Hmmmm….
Jake dreaming about Maurice Becker trying to kill him.
Loved the rewind to the billiard hall … zipties as handcuffs!
The nightmare scenes with Nikki and the defibrillator and then both her and Allison, and then Allison in his bed.
Malachy visiting Becker at the pen…
Underground Mah Jong game !!!??? Bwa ha ha….(I would love to get my hands on an old Mah Jong game with ivory/bamboo tiles…should have done it years ago…darn.) I just loved the scene with Rose at the game, Des as the “light and power” repairman, and how he manages to get the key off Eileen— “What’s the matter with you, this isn’t the 7th grade dance. Get off of me.”
Indignant Rose is always fun to watch…accusing the players of cheating…Phonse throwing himself against Eileen’s car to get the alarm going.
Jake finally waking up with Leslie watching him.
The billiard hall scene where Malachy and Phonse stage a “fake” fight with each other to get Eileen and Dante. Very clever…except Phonse doesn’t get the gun…doh!
And the final scene with Jake and Becker…and the undercover RNC “guard”, taping the conversation…Becker’s threat to get Jake killed….
Becker to Jake: Never anger a man who has nothing to lose…Nothing to lose, Doyle! Remember that.
Oh, what will the finale bring?
Phonse: Jake, the last time we were in the same room, you were in short pants.
J: I have no idea what short pants are.
Malachy questioning Phonse about Eileen:
M: You still got yourself $300K in deep with her?
P: From Mah Jong, I was about to get the Three Lesser Scholars…it’s a hand in Mah Jong…
Rose to Malachy: Leslie is mad at both you Doyle men..so you’re going to have to do some damage control later
M: Eh..I’m practically her father-in-law…she’ll live…it’s good practice.
Malachy to Phonse: Another gun..what are you, an armory?
Des to Jake: Time for your meds now…If I’m going to nurse you back to health…(pause) I can’t remember what I was going to say.
J: Go away (Jake pushes him away with the broken pool cue).
Rose to Des: Des, how many of these pills have you taken?
D: More than 10, less than 5….I FEEL GREAT!
Rose telling Des he was supposed to wait for her to be in position at the Billiard Hall:
D: I’m sorry, I’m sorry Rose…I think it’s these back pills…they’ve heightened my sense of warrior!
Becker to Malachy while smoking his cigar:
B: Hope you don’t mind the fine aroma of a Cuban…cigar, I mean, not the people…that would be a bit crude.
M: ….. the cigar smells better than the stench of you.
Malachy to Rose asking how Phonse is:
He’s alive and incompetent…he misplaced the report.
Malachy giving instructions to Des:
Des: Copy that Night Eagle…Dark Green Charlie…ready and waiting.
M: Are you still messed up on those pills?
Malachy telling Dante Peterson where the file is:
Dante: And why would I believe you?
M: Because you’re…pointing a gun at my face?!
Des arriving at the bar with the police:
I would have been here quicker but I had to breathe into a paper bag for a minute, before I could talk.
Allan Hawco chats about Republic of Doyle’s Season 4 Finale, GTO’s, Theatre and More!
Published on April 15th, 2013 | by Adnan M.
Allan Hawco sits down with The Arts Scene for an in-depth conversation, chatting about the season 4 finale of Republic of Doyle, the making of The Company Theatre, his love for cars (especially GTO’s!) and much more!
Republic of Doyle is a Canadian television series that made its debut on CBC Television back in 2010. The show – created by Allan Hawco, Malcolm MacRury, Perry Chafe – follows Malachy Doyle (Seán McGinley) and Jake Doyle (Allan Hawco), a father and son team of private investigators in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, putting themselves in rather difficult situations. Hawco is the co-creator, as mentioned before, executive producer, lead actor, writer and showrunner of the show.
Allan Hawco began his journey in the arts when he joined the National Theatre School of Canada, one of 13 candidates chosen by the school from a pool of thousands of applications. After graduating in 2000, Hawco joined various theatre companies and their productions before starting The Company Theatre with Philip Riccio. A Whistle in the Dark was the company’s inaugural production, putting both the company and both artistic directors on the map. 2009′s Feston won him three Dora Awards, including Outstanding Production of a Play. Their recent production, Speaking in Tongues, was directed by Philip Riccio and received great positive reception.
Hawco has starred in numerous television shows and films prior toRepublic of Doyle, including 2007′s Closing the Ring opposite Christopher Plummer, Shirley MacLaine, Neve Campbell and the late Pete Postlethwaite. His performance as Michael in 2009′s Love & Savagery won him an ACTRA Award nomination for Outstanding Male Performance. Other accolades he has received over the years include the presitgious Gascon-Thomas Award by the National Theatre School of Canada and the Outstanding Achievement Award by The Canadian Film and Television Hall of Fame, presented to him by Gordon Pinsent. Both awards were presented in 2011.
noooo. she can’t leave, they just got together, i don’t wannnnntttt
i love ROD