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WHEN WALTER IS ACCIDENTALLY LAUNCHED INTO SPACE IN A ROCKET, HE HALLUCINATES ABOUT PAIGE AS HIS OXYGEN RUNS LOW, AND TEAM SCORPION WORKS FEVERISHLY TO FIND A WAY TO BRING HIM HOME, ON “SCORPION,” MONDAY, OCT. 10
Series Debuts in Its New 10:00 PM ET/PT Time Period
“It Isn’t the Fall That Kills You” – When Walter is accidentally launched into space in a rocket, he hallucinates about Paige as his oxygen runs low, and Team Scorpion works feverishly to find a way to bring him home before he suffocates, on SCORPION, Monday, Oct. 10 (10:00-11:00, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.
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CBS’ Scorpion opens Season 3 tonight at 9/8c, with a double-episode premiere. But rest assured, show has a cool trick up its sleeve for next Monday, Oct. 10, when it settles into its new 10 pm home — and TVLine has your exclusive first look.
In the episode “It Isn’t the Fall That Kills You,” Walter (played by Elyes Gabel) is accidentally launched into space in a rocket. There, as his oxygen supply runs low, he hallucinates about Paige (Katharine McPhee), while Team Scorpion works feverishly to get him home before he suffocates.
In the photos above and below, you get your first look at the extra-fancy nature of Walter’s hallucinations, which surely will have fans of the Walter/Paige romance “over the moon” (so to speak).
Once again, Scorpion returns tonight at 9 pm, while this special star trek airs next Monday at 10.
TEAM SCORPION MUST PUT ASIDE THEIR PERSONAL PREDICAMENTS WHEN HACKERS TAKE CONTROL OF U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT AND WARSHIPS AND POINT THE WEAPONS AT AMERICAN CITIES, ON THE SPECIAL TWO-HOUR THIRD SEASON PREMIERE OF “SCORPION,” MONDAY, OCT. 3
“Civil War” – Team Scorpion must put aside their personal and romantic predicaments when anonymous hackers with unknown motives take control of U.S. military aircraft and warships and point weapons at American cities, on the special two-hour third season premiere of SCORPION, Monday, Oct. 3 (9:00-10:00, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.
“More Civil War” – Just as Team Scorpion makes headway against the hackers controlling U.S. naval destroyers, they learn that a U.S. nuclear submarine also has been hacked and has a missile about to launch, on a special two-hour third season premiere of SCORPION, Monday, Oct. 3 (10:00-11:00, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.
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Credits for “Civil War”:
CBS revealed what would be happening in the upcoming Fall season heres what they said about SCORPIONS return
Scorpion puts romance on hold when anonymous hackers target the U.S.
In the season premiere, Team Scorpion must put aside their personal and romantic troubles when anonymous hackers with unknown motives take control of targeted U.S. military aircraft and war ships and point America’s weaponry at its own cities.
See what happens during the season premiere airing Monday, Oct. 3 at 9/8c.
Katherine, Ari, Eddie and Jaydn went to comic last weekend to talk about the new season of Scorpion. Here is the interviews that the cast did.
SCORPION YOUTUBE Clips where Ari and Katherine answer facebook questions and another of Eddie and Jaydn answering facebook questions.
The cast at their Panel
TV LINE interview
Eddie Kaye Thomas became a household name after he appeared as the precocious Paul Finch in “American Pie” and its three sequels. He has also done plenty of other comedies, from cheesy ones like “Freddy Got Fingered” to surprise hits like “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle.”
Now, while it’s easy to associate an actor with the over-the-top roles he’s best known for, Thomas has much more in common with the more “serious” classically-trained artists, as he earned his acting spurs on theater. That, and his current on-screen home is the popular tech-thriller “Scorpion,” where he plays a not-so-typical (for him, at least) genius.
Judging by how our conversation went, “genius” definitely fits him better—whether it’s as an actor or as a storyteller with a knack for providing witty exposition on showbiz.
DA MAN: Hi Eddie! Glad to have you with us. Since we’re already halfway through the year, how do you feel has 2016 treated you so far?
Eddie Kaye Thomas: 2016 has been great. “Scorpion” is the most labor-intensive job I have ever had, and so far this year we’ve been grinding away very hard. The episodes airing this year are bigger and crazier than the ones from first season, so we’ve all been giving it all we’ve got.
DA MAN: Are there any other film projects that you’re currently working on?
Eddie Kaye Thomas: I’m still voicing Barry on “American Dad.” Being on a cartoon was always a dream of mine, and I lucked out getting on “American Dad.” It’s one of the few shows that have gotten better and funnier each year. Those writers are very impressive.
DA MAN: With “Scorpion” entering its third season, what’s in store for fans of the show?
Eddie Kaye Thomas: With television getting more and more competitive, every show has been forced to up their game. “Scorpion” is a unique blend of action, comedy and character development. It somehow manages to be an action comedy that is for the whole family. I’ve been so surprised at how many young kids as well as older viewers are big fans of the show. Since the show is so different than other procedurals, I think it took us our full first season to find our voice. The second season has been fun because we were all in a groove, knew what our jobs were and what the show was. Third season, I think, will get heavier into the relationships among the group, the difficulty of love for the mentally enabled, and we’ll continue to blow a lot of crap up.
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Tell us about your audition process for Scorpion?
I was called in on a Saturday to audition for the pilot, which is unusual. There were maybe 20 kids there. Then they called me back that Monday at 10am and needed me to come in for the callback, but I had to be there at 12:30. So I was kinda in a rush to get there. I saw only two other kids when I went back. Then that night they called me and offered me the role and we started the pilot the very next day.
The garage seems like a cool set! What’s your favorite part?
I love all our cool props. Especially, Proton Arnold. I also liked when they made the brain costume for Halloween for Ralph.
Some of the things they have Ralph say can sound like another language to me. Can it be hard to memorize your lines?
(Laughs). It isn’t too hard, it just sounds like a lot when it comes from a kid!
Ralph doesn’t show a lot of emotion. Is it difficult to stay in character all the time?
It can be difficult when someone on set decides they want to goof off and try and make me laugh.
Do you ever wish you were involved more in the action?
I do wish there was more action. I love all the Mission Impossible movies. Although, I am not a huge fan of heights…
I’ve been a fan of Katherine McPhee for a while; does she ever sing for you on set?
She sings all the time, Elyes sings all the time, Ari sings all the time!
What is your favorite part about Scorpion?
I like the friendships that you get to form when you are on a TV show for a long time. I enjoy that I get to do what I love and go to school.
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