This episode has been in the archive since 2000, via a zone 105 stream recording. We now have the 100% complete show with the missing 5 minutes restored and a huge audio upgrade. Jenny is making her only appearance on CLL.
From IMDb: Jenny McShane was born Jennifer Anne Miller. The eldest child of Alvin Miller Jr. and Donna McShane/ Miller. Jenny came to Los Angeles after modeling and acting in Chicago, Illinois. Her father was a Bluegrass fiddle player in addition to being a farmer which inspired her to be an actress while performing in her family band.
Jenny McShane attended the College of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota majoring in Pre Law before deciding to follow her passion of acting.
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This episode has been circulating for over a decade, previously only 50 minutes had been recovered, the missing 45 minutes are now restored and the show is 100% complete with a huge audio upgrade. Gena is making her only known appearance on CLL and proves to be a fun and involved guest.
From Wiki: Gena Lee Nolin (born November 29, 1971) is an American actress and model. She is best known for her television appearances on The Price Is Right and Baywatch in the 1990s and during the early 2000s, she played the lead role in Sheena.
A member of the Tagi Alliance, she was in a great spot to make it to the end, but with her morals conflicting with the nature of the game, she defected. Her betrayal was met by her peers as pandering to garner more jury votes, and she was thus forced to resort to winning challenges to save herself. She won the last four Immunity Challenges which is the most Immunity Challenge wins won by a female in a single season, and she is the first female to accomplish this feat. Her challenge wins allowed her to make it to the Final Tribal Council where she was the target of Susan Hawk‘s infamously impassioned “Snakes and Rats” speech and ultimately lost to Richard Hatch in a 4-3 vote.
Kelly returned to Survivor fifteen years later and played a subdued, “old school” strategy, proving she was worth keeping through her loyalty, strong challenge performance, and not making enemies. However, the latter proved to be her undoing as she became recognized as a jury threat and was voted out soon after the merge.
This is an episode we’ve had for almost 19 years, now 100% complete with the missing 15 minutes restored and a huge audio upgrade. Brittany is making her only appearance on CLL.
From Wiki: Brittany Petros (born September 9, 1974) is an American actress, producer, and television personality. She first rose to fame as a cast member on the first season of the reality-television competition Big Brother (2000), and has since gone on to appear as an actress in various roles. She has also done extensive work in production and casting roles.
This episode was first shared in 2000, from an old Zone 105 stream recording, we now have a huge audio upgrade and the episode is 100% complete. Elisa is making her only known appearance on LoveLine though it’s likely she has a lost visit or possibly two.
From Wiki: Elisa Donovan (born Lisa Adaline Donovan; February 3, 1971) is an American actress, writer, and producer. She is most recognized as the character Amber from the 1995 film Clueless, in which she starred opposite Alicia Silverstone. She would reprise the role for the 1996-99 TV series of the same name, with Rachel Blanchard taking over Silverstone’s role. She also starred in six films in the acclaimed “The Dog Who Saved” saga.