S4-14 Up In The Air
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Dud Gramley and Vickie discuss Season 4, Episode 14 – Up In The Air
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Links to guest stars and other items discussed in this episode:
Darren Dolynski as Dr. Boyle:
Felony Convictions and Employment:
Prohibited Professions: Convicted felons are prohibited from working in certain industries on either the federal and/or state level. Commonly prohibited industries are banking, insurance, health care and real estate. Lawyers, teachers, psychologists and other professions that require a license are also off limits if you were convicted of a felony. Convictions on the federal and state level can be pardoned by the president or governor, respectively. Pardons can negate the conviction, prison term and/or consequences stemming from the conviction, such as limited employment opportunities.
Can Felons Vote? It depends on the State:
It is up to states — not the federal government — to say whether convicted felons can vote, and which ones, and when. So the rules for convicted criminals can change, sometimes drastically, from one state to the next
WIL WHEATON DOT NET – EUREKA: UP IN THE AIR
Last night’s episode of Eureka, Up In The Air, has my favorite moment of the entire season in it. I don’t think it played as clearly in the edit as it read in the script, but it’s when Carter gets so incredibly excited for a traditional bank robbery investigation, and then finds out from Andy that the bank was, literally, robbed. As in: it isn’t there any more. When I read that in the script, I laughed so hard, I peed a little. In fact, I just had to go ahead and put on an adult diaper for the rest of the episode, because Colin’s physical comedy was so perfect.
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