I went in and did a scene for the producers, the kitchen scene from the pilot ...
I got the script and I liked it-it was clever and witty and very, very funny, and a nice, fresh take on an old story.
After all, these poor little guys can't look after themselves right now!
See more » In Chinatown, on the day of his birthday, Mark Chao (John Chao) is killed by the chief of a gang, Tony Wong (Joe Hoe), without any apparent motive.
His body is burned in an alley, and the police wrongly identify the corpse as being the mobster Tony.
The Rachael Ray Foundation donated a whopping $1 million on Tuesday to organizations looking after animals affected by the flooding.
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In Chinatown, on the day of his birthday, Mark Chao is killed by the chief of a gang, Tony Wong, without any apparent motive. The spirit of Mark contacts Piper and Phoebe asking for help because if he is not buried in a short time, Yama, the gatekeeper of the gates of hell would collect his soul.
Piper attempts to help Mark and the two develop feelings.
Prue meets Andy having lunch with his ex-wife and she feels betrayed.
When Prue, Piper, and Phoebe are in the kitchen discussing Mark being a ghost, Phoebe asks "How do we know he doesn't really belong in hell? He's one of the innocents we're supposed to protect." But in later shows, they can see evil ghosts.
So what could have been a cock-up turned out to be quite profitable.
According to Toofab.com, Ray J still earns k every three months in royalties for the video.
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