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Published:October 19th, 2007 11:50 EST
Go Now - Episode 8

Go Now - Episode 8

By Garrett Godwin

It is time to Go Now

What’s up? 

Garrett Godwin here with Go Now, bringing the latest on the addictive world that we all know and love so much as the world of entertainment

Cameron and Chase will no longer play House – this time, for real

Just weeks before the season premiere of House, co-stars Jesse Spencer and Jennifer Morrison– aka Drs. Chase and Cameron– have ended their eight-month engagement.

In a joint statement, the pair made the decision not to get married, but stated that they’re still very close, and are looking forward to working together on House, which begins its fourth season September 25th on FOX. 

And speaking of House

Season three is now available on DVD, featuring all 24 episodes with Emmy-nominated Hugh Laurie as the anti-social maverick anti-hero who, with his medical team, solves the most difficult cases.

The series’ last season finds the cranky doc in trouble with the law.  Fellow Emmy nominee David Morse joined the series in a recurring role as the one victim who gives House a taste of his own medicine.

Loaded with extras, it also features guest stars such as Emmy winner Charles S. Dutton and musician Dave Matthews.

To prepare for season four, see why Hugh Laurie is electrifying with House: Season Three, now available on DVD. 

More DVD Releases

See what the buzz was all about last season, when Heroes: Season One comes to DVD.

Entitled “Genesis," Volume One features all 23 chapters, including the complete, unaired, 73-minute first chapter, as Heroes follows the journey of ordinary people are blessed– and cursed– with extraordinary powers, as the fate of the world lies within their hands.

So, get involved in the phenomenon before the new season starts on September 25, with Heroes: Season One, now out on DVD.

Save the cheerleader, save the world

She’s harder to resist, but easier to kill by the network

She can heal herself, but she can’t heal the ratings, as the SCIFI Channel cancels Painkiller Jane after one season.

Based on the comic book, Kristanna Loken became the title character, who works for a secret government agency that tracks down others with abilities called “Neuros," but also discovers that she has the ability to heal herself.

Painkiller Jane debuted as an original movie from SCIFI in 2005, and its success led to the development of being a weekly series.  However, ratings for PK Jane have been declining, leading SCIFI’s decision to not bring back the series for a second season.

Painkiller Jane will air its final episodes Friday nights at 10pm on SCIFI.

Well, that is the time we have here today.  Thanks for joining me, and if you like what you hear, then check out more at The Student Operated Press at  But don’t forget to check out the lovely, beautiful and talented Judyth Piazza on The American Perspective as well as Del Marbrook’s Hot Copy segments, also at

I’m Garrett Godwin, and I have to Go Now, so take care of yourself. 


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