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I honestly think Burn Notice should start using “Evan” in more episodes. Evan, played by Brando Eaton of Dexter, is the son of Sam Axe’s girlfriend Elsa. A rich kid, cut off, and with a chip on his shoulder, he built up some very specific street skills and has tangled with the wrong crowds. However, by episode’s end, we see Sam attempting to reconcile him with his mother. With the recent death of Nate, Burn Notice could do with a younger cast member who can inject humor and catch up with Michael Westen and the gang. Put this in as a vote for more episodes for Evan.
Interesting wardrobe choice here for Teen Wolf 210. Did you notice how in The Amazing Spider-man, Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker wore long-sleeves, three-fourths sleeves or baggy clothes, then in the final scene -BOOM biceps! Looks like the Teen Wolf wardrobe dept had a similar idea, Stephen Lunsford portrayed his character as “unassuming” and supposedly added 15 lbs to look less attention-getty. This was coupled with a wardrobe that consisted of baggy or very cover-uppish clothing. Then in the Matt-centric episode “Fury”, note the new short, tight, sleeves and wider collar. Also, no shirtless scenes, but just enough skin to take away from the basic Matt character that’s been established so far and note the layers that are being revealed to viewers. Lunsford’s acting and look have been widely praised this episode and he made the Matt character certainly unforgettable.
No contact photos. Two of the hottest Fratmen. Jayden and Micky