In the scene, a group of White House brass meet to discuss an impending terrorist threat.
Gervais, dressed like a presidential adviser, keeps whispering under his breath to give the mission to Jack Bauer – and then acts incredulous when someone else says it aloud and takes credit for the idea.
Cassar said he hopes Gervais agrees to let the scene he filmed be included as a DVD extra. "Ricky was just too recognizable to put in the show."
He's "too recognizable" for a show that cast Dennis Hopper and RoboCop.
The girl who plays the cheerleader on Heroes also played a cheerleader in Bring It On: All or Nothing, a direct-to-video sequel.
Moreover, she's friends with Paris Hilton and used to date Stephen Colletti of Laguna Beach.
Tell me again why she needed to be saved.
My favorite Wiki-tidbit: She currently lives in Palisades, New York but also resides in…Warren, Michigan.
The guy who plays the evil quarterback she crippled won the lead role in WarGames 2: The Dead Code.
Lanter plays computer hacker Will Farmer, whose world gets turned upside after playing an online terrorist-attack simulator game against a government super-computer designed to profile potential terrorists. All hell breaks loose when Homeland Security is convinced that he's a terrorist intent on disrupting the fabric of society.
Never mind that they're 30-year-olds writing songs about high school, just the fact that Bowling for Soup titled their latest album "The Great Burrito Extortion Case" makes me want to punch their faces. With an ax.
Warner Bros. is on a roll in Russia with a local version of its 1980s TV hit "Perfect Strangers," featuring two local actors playing reincarnated versions of the show's original central characters Larry and Balki but with the new monikers of Andrei and Ivan.
And this is just the beginning for Warner Bros. International Television as it heads east in a scripted format deal with the Russians that will see its popular sitcoms "Suddenly Susan," "Step by Step" and "Full House" go Cyrillic.
What? No Family Matters? But Urkel transcends cultures!
I can't wait until Ivan shows up on Russian Step by Step as a gay hairstylist.