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My NCIS: An Unofficial and Unauthorized Guide to NCIS - The TV Show
An Unofficial and Unauthorized Guide to NCIS containing some favourite episodes over 8 seasons, in celebration of the season 10 landmark. As well as the 10 year anniversary in 2013. Reminding us how the show began all the way back in 2003.
” He was the creator of the cold banana and Caesar’s Salad-but-not-Caesar-salad. He was the visionary behind the introduction of chilaquiles to Luke’s Diner. Caesar was the light-hearted counterpoint to Luke, pushing him to introduce change into a diner that has pretty much always been the same. I had the chance to talk with Aris Alvarado, who played Caesar on Gilmore Girls, about how he joined the show, what life was like at Luke’s Diner, and what it was like and to don his apron again for Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, coming out... Like so many others I’ve interviewed, Aris Alvarado didn’t originally audition for the part of Caesar:. “Originally I auditioned for the part of a foreign exchange student who came with a group that Doose was guiding,” shares Aris, “He was doing a guide for them. I think it was the episode when you go to the hockey game, ‘ Face Off, ’ and everybody was at the Inn and I was supposed to be with this group of foreigners and they left without me, so I go to Lorelai and say two lines in Spanish. I auditioned for this part and said two lines in Spanish. At the audition, everyone laughed, they had a great time and I ended up getting the part… a couple of months later, I watched the episode and I was cut out of it. ”. Although his scene was cut, Aris was told they would use him again in the future. True to their word, two months later Aris received another call for a role on Gilmore Girls , this time for Caesar, and he almost didn’t make it:. “I got a call and at the time I was in Vegas with a friend of mine,” shares Aris. “My agent called and said ‘Hey, Gilmore Girls called and they want to bring you in for a fitting tomorrow and they want to work you the following day,’ and I said ‘I’m in Vegas right now and I can’t make it. What can we do. ’”. Luckily for us, it... Aris simply skipped the fitting and went in to film his part the following day. The day we are introduced to Caesar, played by Aris, is the scene in ‘ Say Goodnight, Gracie ,’ when Jess is trying to pacify a customer not-so-patiently waiting for her ham. “They had called me the night before to give me my call time and I was like ‘I haven’t gotten my script yet, what are my lines. ’” shares Aris about his preparation for the role, “They said, ‘Don’t worry about it, your lines are ‘No ham, no ham, no ham. So, I went in the next day, my first scene as Caesar, and they kept bringing me back, which is kind of cool. This “no ham” scene was Aris’ first speaking role, helping him kick-start his career in acting. “I feel really special about Gilmore Girls because it was my first speaking role,” notes Aris. “Even though I got cut out of the first one, they brought me back for this one, just straight out. As many fans of Gilmore Girls will note, Aris was not the first actor to play Caesar on Gilmore Girls, with the role filled by Christopher Cho (credited as Christopher Grey) in another episode, although Aris doesn’t know anything about why the... Unlike the waiter in Gilmore Girls (played by Robert Lee) who never speaks, Caesar is quite an opinionated character in Luke’s Diner. Clearly proud of his “sunny demeanour” and passionate as a chef, Caesar is always trying to find ways to insert change to Luke’s. “He always wanted something extra in the diner, to make it better,” notes Aris, “Whereas Luke always wanted it the same – he never wanted it to change. Caesar’s always coming up with new ideas: frozen bananas , chilaquiles , Caesar’s salad. If Aris could add one thing to Luke’s menu now, he says it would be either a Starbucks-inspired frozen drink or a fruit smoothie. As would be in line with his character, Caesar would “invent” these items to be quite a bit like those at Starbucks (which neither of us could see ever being a part of Stars Hollow):. Maybe some Frappucino-kind of drinks, like Starbucks has a chocolate drink and no coffee in it. More of those, smoothies or something like that,” shares Aris. Believing that Starbucks would never be in Stars Hollow, Aris shares “that’s why I think Caesar would come up with his ‘idea’ like a Frappucino that already exists, just like he tried to invent the Caesar salad. Aris shares that Caesar’s drive, which we see behind his “desire to make the diner better,” may have led him to “start his own business one day,” an idea he floated to Amy Sherman-Palladino when he heard that Gilmore Girls would be coming back.
Creamy Peaches (cottage cheese, cream cheese, peach, splenda)
Beef Chowder (beef consomme, green pepper, cheddar cheese soup, ground beef, onions, pinto beans, water, water, corn)
Broccoli Cheese Soup (chicken broth, broccoli, cream cheese, flour, garlic salt, margarine, milk, onions, salt, velveeta cheese)
Community Spaghetti Sauce (green pepper, cream of mushroom soup, tomato, ground meat, onions, oregano, black pepper, salt, mushroom, sugar, tomato sauce, tomato soup, worcestershire sauce)
Aris Alvarado - IMDb
Aris Alvarado, Actor: God Bless America. Aris Alvarado is an actor and writer, known for God Bless America (2011), Kickin' It Old Skool (2007) and Gilmore Girls (2000).
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