Season 2, Episode 23, “Sons And Lovers”, music is “Long Long Way To Go” by Phil Collins & Sting.
Needs more Sneezer.
If Buffy the Vampire Slayer was pitched today, it would probably be called simply Slayer. For more on how Six of One became Friends, Lost almost became Nowhere and why choosing no title is better than choosing a bad title, go to The Hollywood Reporter.
Bill Murray, surely both America’s most and least approachable movie star, seems for almost everything yet unavailable for almost anything. Rarely granting interviews, limiting himself (mostly) to roles he actually cares about, and famously working without an agent, he tends to pop up in places you wouldn’t expect him to. Well, aside from Wes Anderson films, where he’s remained a consistent presence since 1998′s Rushmore — but remember how startling it felt to see the star of Groundhog Day turn up in such a relatively small-scale, low-concept, genreless production in the first place? More recently, his extended cameo in Ruben Fleischer’s Zombieland has become, in the fullness of time, that picture’s very raison d’être. Not long before that, he appeared in a selection at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival: it wasn’t the latest feature from a Wes Anderson or a Sofia Coppola or a Jim Jarmusch, and in fact not a feature at all, but Peter Karinen and Brian Sacca’s short FCU: Fact Checkers Unit.
Official selection of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.