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Member No.: 12
Joined: 6-December 07
Creada por: Jason Katims
Productora: 20th Century Fox Television
Productores: John Heath, Carol Dunn Trussell, Jonathan Frakes, Lisa J. Olin, Kevin Kelly Brown
Año de Inicio: 1999
Sinopsis: Roswell trata sobre un grupo de adolescentes entre los que se encuentran varios híbridos, mitad humanos mitad alienígenas, que viven en Roswell, Nuevo Mexico. Todos tendrán que convivir y descubrir el porqué están aquí en la Tierra.
La historia comienza cuando Liz es disparada en el restaurante donde trabaja y Max, en contra de lo que sus amigos quieren, la salva y expone sus poderes. A partir de este momento los dos adolescentes se irán acercando cada vez más, así como sus amigos hasta formar un pequeño grupo. Entre todos afrontarán las dificultades que aparezcan en sus caminos
Guía d episodios:
1 Pilot 10/6/1999
2 The Morning After 10/13/1999
3 Monsters 10/20/1999
4 Leaving Normal 10/27/1999
5 Missing 11/3/1999
6 285 South (1) 11/10/1999
7 River Dog (2) 11/17/1999
8 Blood Brother 11/24/1999
9 Heat Wave 12/1/1999
10 The Balance 12/15/1999
11 Toy House 1/19/2000
12 Into the Woods 1/26/2000
13 The Convention 2/2/2000
14 Blind Date 2/9/2000
15 Independence Day 2/16/2000
16 Sexual Healing 3/1/2000
17 Crazy 4/10/2000
18 Tess, Lies and Videotape 4/17/2000
19 Four Square 4/24/2000
20 Max to the Max 5/1/2000
21 The White Room (1) 5/8/2000
22 Destiny (2)
23 Skin and Bones 10/2/2000
24 Ask Not 10/9/2000
25 Surprise 10/16/2000
26 Summer of '47 10/23/2000
27 The End of the World 10/30/2000
28 Harvest 11/6/2000
29 Wipeout! 11/13/2000
30 Meet the Dupes (1) 11/20/2000
31 Max in the City (2) 11/27/2000
32 A Roswell Christmas Carol 12/18/2000
33 To Serve and Protect 1/22/2001
34 We Are Family 1/29/2001
35 Disturbing Behavior (1) 2/5/2001
36 How the Other Half Lives (2) 2/19/2001
37 Viva Las Vegas 2/26/2001
38 Heart of Mine 4/16/2001
39 Cry Your Name 4/23/2001
40 It's Too Late and It's Too Bad 4/30/2001
41 Baby, It's You 5/7/2001
42 Off the Menu 5/14/2001
43 The Departure
44 Busted 10/9/2001
45 Michael, The Guys and The Great Snapple Caper 10/16/2001
46 Significant Others 10/23/2001
47 Secrets and Lies (1) 10/30/2001
48 Control (2) 11/6/2001
49 To Have and To Hold 11/13/2001
50 Interruptus 11/20/2001
51 Behind the Music 11/27/2001
52 Samuel Rising 12/18/2001
53 A Tale of Two Parties 1/1/2002
54 I Married An Alien 1/29/2002
55 Ch-Ch-Changes 2/5/2002
56 Panacea 2/12/2002
57 Chant Down Babylon 2/26/2002
58 Who Died and Made You King? 4/23/2002
59 Crash 4/30/2002
60 Four Aliens and A Baby 5/7/2002
61 Graduation 5/14/2002
(Posted Image) Nick Wechsler
Role: Kyle Valenti
The fifth of eight sons, Nick graduated from Highland High Scool (1996). In high school, he tried out for school plays and loved acting. He tried out for Roswell and auditioned for four different parts before winning the role of Kyle Valenti. He stands tall at 5'7".
(Posted Image) William Sadler
Role: Sheriff Jim Valenti
William began his acting career in New York theaters, appearing in more then 75 productions in just 12 years. His final role was Sgt. Toomey in the Tony winning show "Biloxi Blues." He is best remembered for his roles in "Die Hard 2" and "The Shawshank Redemption."
(Posted Image) Adam Rodriguez
Role: Jesse Esteban Ramirez (Season 3)
Born In Yonkers, NY on April 2, 1975 of Puerto Rican and Cuban Descent Adam Rodriguez dreamt of becoming a professional baseball player but sadly his dream came to a end when in high school a sports injury to his spine sidelined him so he turned to acting.
(Posted Image)Emilie de Ravin
Role: Tess Harding
Emilie was born and raised in Mount Eliza, Australia. When she was a teenager, she studied ballet, only to give it up for acting a short time later. In 1999, Emilie got her first big break with a role on the alien-drama Roswell playing the alien people loved to hate and hated to love, Tess
(Posted Image)Colin Hanks
Role: Alex Charles Whitman (Season 1-2)
Colin is the son of A-list actor Tom Hanks and Samantha Lewes (who passed away from cancer). He has two half brothers, Chester and Truman, and a sister, Elizabeth. Colin attended Chapman University in Orange County, where his father filmed "That Thing you Do."
(Posted Image) Brendan Fehr
Role: Michael Guerin
Brendan Fehr was raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He and his two sisters were raised by his mother, a case manager at the Stony Mountain Correctional Insitute. While in Vancouver for a wedding in 1997, he dropped by Look Talent Management to inquire about quick-cash modelling assignments....
(Posted Image)Shiri Appleby
Role: 'Liz' Elizabeth Parker Evans
Shiri was born in California in December of 1978. She was born to a telecommunications executive and a school teacher. Shiri had a passion for acting at a very young age. When she was only 4, she starting acting in national commercials. In 1999, Shiri got her big break when she was casted for...
(Posted Image)Katherine Heigl
Role: Isabel Amanda Evans Ramirez
Katherine got her start modeling for Sears catalogs. She then did commercials, moving onto That Night and King of the Hill . In 1994, Katherine had a main role in My Father, the Hero playing Gerald Depardieu's daughter, she followed that with a role in Under Seige 2: Dark Territory playing...
(Posted Image)Majandra Delfino
Role: Maria DeLuca
Majandra Delfino -- actress, singer, musician. She was born on February 20, 1981 in Caracas, Venezuela. She is most recognized as Maria on Roswell.
(Posted Image)Jason Behr
Role: 'Max' Maxwell Evans
Jason was raised by his mother. He has three brothers and a half sister. His first role in acting came at age five when he was in a play at his school. At the age of six he landed a role playing many characters in the movie "Seasons Greetings." Jason has filmed many commercials and modeling jobs....
Member No.: 12
Joined: 6-December 07
| Música de Roswell d la 1ra y 2da temporadas:
Episode 1.1 Pilot
Starfly - "Crash & Burn" (TV song is Eagle Eye Cherry - "Save Tonight")
Scene: Show opens in Crashdown Cafe before Liz gets shot.
Sarah McLachlan - "Fear" (TV song is the same)
Scene: At Crashdown as Max heals Liz and later when Max reverses connection with Liz.
Eleventeen - "Let's Go for a Ride" (TV song is Hole - "Boys on the Radio")
Scene: Isabel listens to CD using her powers.
Living In Question - "My Mother Was a Sun Worshipper" (TV song is Filter - "Hey Man, Nice Shot")
Scene: Maria runs screaming out of Crashdown after Liz tells her Max is an alien; Max, Isabel and Michael race by in Jeep; Liz and Maria corner them in alley with Jetta.
The Hippos - "Shake It Up" (TV song is unidentified)
Scene: At Crash Fest, Maria and Isabel encounter Alex who remarks “Nice cones”.
Hexx - "Hallucination Generation" (TV song is the same)
Scene: At Crash Fest, Kyle takes off his mask and Valenti notices silver paint on his fingers.
Dave Matthews Band - "Crash Into Me" (TV song is the same)
Scene: At Crash Fest as Max and Liz talk at end of epi.
Episode 1.2 The Morning After
James William Hindle - "Doubt" (TV song is Smashing Pumpkins - "Blank Page")
Scene: Max and Liz stake out Topolsky's office from eraser room.
Electrostatic - "Shine" (TV song is Gus Gus - "Ladyshave")
Scene: At Crashdown, scenes leading up to Liz and Maria giving Alex "cramps" excuse.
Loni Rose - "I Never Thought That You Would Come" (TV song is the same)
Scene: Max and Liz walk and make plans for a “lunch”.
Episode 1.3 Monsters
Christina Aguilera - "Genie in a Bottle" (TV song is the same)
Scene: Maria drives and sings along then sees Isabel with broken down jeep.
Aeon Spoke – "I've Seen Those Eyes" (TV song: Tin Star – "Head")
Scene: Isabel fixes the radio in Maria's Jetta.
The 88 - "All the Same" (TV song is Other Star People - "Drip")
Scene: At Crashdown, Maria waits on "Queen Amidala"
Also plays in Baby, It's You, in the school hallway as Max and Michael look at yearbook picture Isabel changed to an alien.
The 88 - "Hate Me" (TV song is Folk Implosion - "My Ritual")
Scene: At Crashdown, Valenti orders Heavenly Hash special from Maria.
Kevin Bowe - "Ordinary Life" (TV song is Semisonic - "Made to Last")
Scene: Maria and Isabel return to school and everyone walks off at end of epi.
Episode 1.4 Leaving Normal
Black Toast Music - "Where It's At" (TV song is Smashmouth - "Then The Morning Comes")
Scene: At school, Michael gives the jock an itch.
James William Hindle - "Leaving Trains" (TV song is The Band - "The Weight")
Scene: Liz’s grandmother arrives at Crashdown.
(Portion of scene when Liz’s dad sings along is omitted on the DVD).
Alastor - "Monopoly" (TV song is Save Ferris - "Mistaken")
Scene: At Crashdown, Agnes goes on another break and Maria flips out.
Episode 1.5 Missing
The Waking Hours - "Almost Nearly There" (TV song is Filter - "Take a Picture")
Scene: At Crashdown, Kyle enters and tells Max he’s "on" to him.
Goldo - "Feedin' On The Pain" (TV song is Beck - "Novacane")
Scene: In classroom, Michael paints his vision while wearing headphones.
Glen Phillips - "Darkest Hour" (TV song is Counting Crows - "Colorblind")
Scene: Liz finishes writing in journal and hides it in wall.
Episode 1.6 285 South
Euphoria - "Wait For You" (TV song is the same)
Scene: At Lift Off gas station, Michael starts to drive off in Jetta and Maria blocks him.
Skycopter 9 - "Cosmic Explosion" (TV song is the same)
Scene: "Abducted" Maria secretly calls Liz on her cell phone.
Keith Kohn - "Black Vanilla" (TV song is the same)
Scene: Liz, Max, and Isabel drive in jeep and Kyle calls Liz on her cell phone.
Julie Wood - "Imaginary Girl" (TV song is Laurie Webb - "Any Given Day")
Scene: At roadblock, Max and Liz talk in Jeep and Max mends rip.
Episode 1.7 River Dog
Rip Tide Music - "Sinking Ship" (TV song is Bachelor Girl - "Blown Away")
Scene: Maria and Michael talk in car on way back from Atherton's.
Dispatch - "Time Served" (TV song is Finger Eleven - "Quicksand")
Scene: At Crashdown, Eddie talks to Liz about meeting River Dog.
Morphic Field (Keith Kohn) - "Loves Deadly Touch" (TV song is Crash Test Dummies – "Get You in the Morning")
Scene: Michael, Maria, and Isabel wait at Crashdown to hear from Liz and Max.
Episode 1.8 Blood Brothers
Communique - "Cross Your Heart" (TV song is Foo Fighters - "Learn To Fly")
Scene: Max and Liz leave school and song plays on car radio.
Bleach - "Broke In The Head" (TV song is unidentified)
Scene: Alex tries to recruit guys for his band and Maria comes to take him to hospital.
weaklazyliar - "The Story of My Life" (TV song is Ginny Owens - "If You Want Me To")
Scene: Topolsky leaves, Alex demands Liz explain about Max and the FBI, Liz tells him she can’t, and Alex walks away.
Episode 1.9 Heat Wave
Morphic Field - "I Won't Lie to You" (TV song is Santana, featuring Everlast - "Put Your Lights On")
Scene: At Crashdown, Maria and Michael make out.
James William Hindle - "Come Down Slowly" (TV song is The Flys - "Got You (Where I Want You)")
Scene: Liz walks through school halls noticing how everyone is pairing up.
Dive Index - "Middle Man" (TV song is Urban Species feat. Imogen Heap - "Blanket")
Scene: Max & Michael/Liz & Maria talk in their school restrooms; Michael and Maria make out.
Save Ferris - "Let Me In" (TV song is the same)
Scene: Alex and Isabel dance in Alex's dream.
Extreme Music - "Club Asia" (TV song is Yaz - "Situation 99 Remix")
(Extreme Music is a film/TV/radio music production company)
Scene: Beginning of party at Old Soap Factory and into scene when Alex find Isabel.
Heiruspecs -"Meters" (TV song is Warren G feat. Mac 10 - "I Want It All")
Scene: At party at Old Soap Factory, Liz and Max walk and laugh.
Steve Reynolds - "Satellite" (TV song is Gomez - "We Haven't Turned Around")
Scene: On Liz's balcony, Max and Liz kiss for first time.
Episode 1.10 The Balance
Mustard Seeds - "Coming Up Roses" (TV song is Fountains of Wayne - "Troubled Times")
Scene: Max and Michael enter Crashdown; Max and Liz share a look.
Jackpot - "Hide In The Frequency" (TV song unidentified)
Scene: At Crashdown, Alex and Maria talk about how he's dealing with things knowing about the aliens; Maria warns against getting romantically involved.
Chris Heifner/Hefshil - "Yesterday" (TV song is Radford - "Fly")
Scene: At Crashdown, Isabel shows Alex the cave symbols drawing, then tells Alex to stop staring at her.
Dan Mackenzie - "Don’t Even Start" (TV song is Third Eye Blind - "Deep Inside of You")
Scene: Max and Liz play pool, read fortunes, and dance on date at Señor Chow’s.
Gigolo Aunts - "Only You" (TV song is Gigolo Aunts - "Everyone Can Fly")
Scene: Liz and Maria have ice cream gab fest over Max and Michael.
weaklazyliar - "Again" (TV song is Jewel - "Absence of Fear")
Scene: Max tells Liz he needs to take a step back.
Episode 1.11 The Toy House
Hutch - "Turn It Around" (TV song is Three Dog Night - "Shambala")
Scene: Mrs. Evans and Max talk just before grease fire breaks out.
Counting Crows - “Amy Hit the Atmosphere” (TV song is the same)
Scene: Max and Isabel talk in his room; later at rock quarry as Isabel and Max talk and hug.
RubberSideDown - "Hot Wheels a Go Go" (TV song is Third Eye Blind - “Never Let You Go”)
Scene: Gang watches basketball game.
Alexi Murdoch - "Song For You" (TV song: G. Love & Special Sauce - "Rodeo Clowns")
Scene: At Crashdown, Liz tells Max she feels responsible for Kyle getting injured.
Joya - "Sumthin Ain't Right" (TV song is Amel Larrieux - “Get Up”)
Scene: Isabel changes lipstick shades before her mom enters and asks her what she remembers.
Communique - "Annabelle" (TV song: Buckcherry - "For The Movies")
Scene: Kyles comes into Crashdown and apologizes to Liz; Max sees Liz talking to Kyle through window of Crashdown and leaves without going in.
Episode 1.12 Into The Woods
Allergic - "Slippin'" (TV Song: Edwin - "Theories")
Scene: Liz and Maria talk at Crashdown; Liz and her dad talk about campout.
Athenaeum - "Banana" (TV song is Vertical Horizon - “Everything You Want”)
Scene: At Crashdown, Alex freaks out about Isabel; Maria tells Liz that Max has been staring at her.
Communique - "Evening In The City" (TV song is Mattew Sweet - "Faith In You")
Scene: Crashdown - Michael tells Max and Isabel that he thinks River Dog is their father.
Thomas Anderson - "You Surprize Me" (TV song is Van Morrison - "Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child")
Scene: Sheriff Valenti visits his dad at nursing home.
Episode 1.13 The Convention
Manplanet - "I, Robot" (TV song is The Toyes - "Waiting for the Aliens")
Scene: In front of UFO Center, Max dressed as alien watches Liz wait tables outside Crashdown.
Raging Honkies - "Alien" (TV song: Brian Setzer - Flyin' Saucer Rock 'N' Roll)
Scene: At UFO Center, Michael and Isabel talk and Max comes in and takes off his alien costume head.
Astronaut Wife - "Flying Saucer" (TV song is Klaatu - "Calling All Occupants of Interplanetary Craft")
Scene: At UFO Convention, Liz tells Max about Jennifer and Larry being at Crashdown; Amy Deluca bumps into Valenti; Alex finds Isabel.
Bree Sharp – "Galaxy Song" (TV song is unidentified)
Scene: Mr. Frakes puts his hands in cement.
Hypnogaja - "The Spaceman" (TV song is Ultra-V "Can I Crash Here Tonite")
Scene: Jennifer is in booth at Crashdown reading "Men Are From Mars" and crying as Liz tries to console her.
Sherstin - "Lucky" (TV song is Sheryl Crow - "My Favorite Mistake")
Scene: At Crashdown, Larry proposes to Jennifer.
Episode 1.14 Blind Date
Bleach - "Heartbeat" (TV song is Our Lady Peace - "Is Anybody Home?")
Scene: At school, Maria and Liz talk about radio contest.
The Belles - "Never Said Anything" (TV song is Joe 90 - "Truth")
Scene: At Crashdown, Michael, Max and Isabel discuss 4th alien; Liz is interviewed by KROZ about her ideal man.
Elusive - "How Long I Waited" (TV song is the same)
Scene: At Crashdown, Liz looks through door of back room and complains to Maria.
Relient K - "Falling Out" (TV song is Blink 182 - "Adam's Song")
Scene: Song plays on radio as Michael comes through Isabel's window to ask her to come search for 4th alien.
Buva/Sandstrom Thomas - "The Things That You Do" (TV song is Lenny Kravitz - "Stand By My Woman")
Scene: Liz and blind date Doug dine at restaurant and through scene when Kyle gets Max to take drink from flask.
Thomas Anderson - "Holiday" (TV song is unidentified)
Scene: Liz and Doug sneak into Crashdown on run from KROZ crew.
Majandra Delfino - "In The Air Tonight" (originally by Phil Collins) (TV song is the same)
Scene: Maria sings at concert; Max and Liz talk.
Episode 1.15 Independence Day
Highwater Rising - "Life in Three Parts" (TV song is Collective Soul - "Run")
Scene: Michael arrives at Maria's in the rain.
The Get Set - "Big Nothing" (TV song: Radford - "Closer To Myself")
Scene: At Crashdown, Isabel, Liz and Maria talk about Michael; Max comes and tells them Valenti's got him.
Neva Dinova - "Did You Disappoint Your God?" (TV song is Bush - "40 Miles From The Sun")
Scene: Michael hitchhikes.
Also plays in Max in the City, as Max is tested by the emissary. It also plays in Chant Down Babylon, as Maria tells Liz that Max is dead and at the end of Chant Down Babylon, as Maria, Max, and Liz walk away together.
Episode 1.16 Sexual Healing
Last Days of April - "All Will Break” (TV song is Marcy Playground - "Sex and Candy")
Scene: At Crashdown, Liz spills strawberries then Max and Liz kiss in the kitchen.
Rebecca Lord - "After All This Time" (TV song is unidentified)
Scene: Maria and Liz discuss what Liz and Max were doing at Michael's apartment before Maria interrupted them.
Evan Olson - "Ticking Away" (TV song is Sarah McLachlan - "Fumbling Towards Ecstasy")
Scene: Max and Liz talk before going into Crashdown.
Episode 1.17 Crazy
Erin McKeown - "Slung-Lo" (TV song: Angela Via - "Picture Perfect")
Scene: Beginning of the episode, Max comes into Crashdown and kisses Liz.
Renee Stahl - "Above Beside Below" (TV song: Everything But The Girl - "Low Tide Of The Night")
Scene: Liz and Max make out in jeep before Topolsky pounds on window.
Lori Denae - "Kinda Wanna" (TV song: Lori Carson - "Take Your Time")
Scene: Michael and Maria make out on couch in his apartment.
Treble Charger - "What You Want" (TV song: 7th House - "Gypsy Queen")
Scene: Alex and Isabel talk at lunch and Isabel makes "sucking face" comment before Tess asks to join them.
Athenaeum - "On Her Way" (TV song is Radford – "Don't Stop")
Scene: Delivery man brings flowers which Maria grabs to give to Liz.
Also plays in Max to the Max, as Michael comes out of the kitchen with a glass of milk for Isabel; Max enters and tells Isabel she's not pregnant; Maria says Liz left with Max; they all realize Liz has been kidnapped
Wayne Wesley Johnson - "Rumba Azul" (TV song is the same)
Scene: Liz unwittingly meets Topolsky at Señor Chow's.
Julie Wood - "Open My Eyes" (TV song is unidentified)
Scene: Tess walks up to Alex and Isabel's table at Crashdown.
Episode 1.18 Tess, Lies, and Videotape
Bloom - "Love Minus Zero" (TV song is Sneaker Pimps - "Six Underground")
Scene: Max has vision of kissing Tess passionately during school lab.
Allergic - "The End Of Days" (TV song is Godsmack - "Voodoo")
Scene: At Crashdown, Michael refers to Tess as Max's "new girlfriend".
The Tories - "Greatest Foe" (TV song is Lit - "Zip-lock")
Scene: At Crashdown, Max, Michael and Isabel discuss camera they found.
Episode 1.19 Four Square
RubberSideDown - "Some Other Place" (TV song is Folk Implosion - "No Need to Worry")
Scene: Max, Liz, and Maria talk about Tess; Maria says Max needs constant supervision.
Bullets of Orange - "Girl" (TV song is Collapsis - "Automatic")
Scene: At Crashdown, before and during Liz telling Kyle he should stay away from Tess.
Episode 1.20 Max to the Max
The Get Set - "I Feel Free" (TV song is 8 Stops 7 - "Question Everything")
Scene: In Crashdown kitchen, Maria overhears Michael and Isabel talking about baby.
Jettared - "A Conversation With The Past" (formerly titled "Unsaid") (TV song is Guano Apes - "Open Your Eyes")
Scene: Nasedo-Max takes Liz out of Crashdown for a drive.
Athenaeum - "On Her Way" (TV song is Chris Cornell - "Wave Goodbye")
Scene: At Crashdown, Michael comes out of kitchen with a glass of milk for Isabel; real Max comes in and they realize Liz has been kidnapped.
Also plays in Crazy, as delivery man brings flowers for Liz, which Maria grabs to give to Liz.
Luna Halo - "Aliens" (TV song is Tam! - "Aliens")
Scene: Liz and Nasedo-Max arrive at carnival.
Curtis Skelton (singer), Jim Latham (composer) - "Master of Ceremonies" (TV song is Filter - "Welcome to the Fold")
Scene: Liz runs from Nasedo-Max into Mirror Maze and through scene when Max follows Sheriff into Maze.
Episode 1.21 The White Room
Hypnogaja - "Nothing Box" (TV song is Remy Zero - "Yellow Light")
Scene: At Crashdown, Valenti talks to Liz, Maria, and Alex and continues as Max is tortured.
Episode 1.22 Destiny
Dido - "Here with Me" (TV song is the same)
Scene: Liz walks away from Max, Michael, Isabel, and Tess. Song is also theme song of Roswell.
Episode 2.1 Skin and Bones
Mackabella – "The Way You Are" (TV song is Bif Naked – "Lucky")
Scene: Crashdown – Alex, Tess, Michael, Maria, Max before school year begins pizza party.
Also plays in Heart of Mine, at the end of the episode
Buva – "I Fall Asleep" (TV song is Richard Ashcroft – "Brave New World")
Scene: Crashdown – Max and Liz talk outside, and he touches her arm.
Big Stone City - "Drive Away" (TV song: 3 Doors Down - "Kryptonite")
Scene: Nasedo/Pierce walks into the Crashdown
Episode 2.2 Ask Not
The Collective – "Up In It" (TV song is Tarsha Vega – "Be Ya Self")
Scene: Crashdown – Isabel, Maria, Tess, then Liz dance; the scene is inter-cut with scenes of Max running, with no music, as he runs.
The Pattern – "Nothing Of Value" (TV song: The Dandy Warhols – "Bohemian Like You")
Scene: As Kyle gets off the bus and waits for his dad to pick him up.
Rebecca Lord – "Angels Fall" (TV song is Amanda Ghost – "Idol")
Scene: Maria and Liz drive past Max and Tess walking together at night.
Agent 51 – "American Rock N Roll" (TV song is Crease – "867-5309 (Jenny)")
Scene: Kyle's room, as his alarm goes off, he rolls out of bed, and does push ups.
Melodine – "Over My Head" (TV song is Trinket – "Superhuman")
Scene: At the Crashdown, Max and Isabel tell Tess and Alex about their encounter with Brody, Kyle arrives and tells Tess he is letting her have his room while she stays with them, Courtney talks to Michael about piercings. The song continues after Max finishes his "I'm coming for you" speech to Liz before sitting back down at the table.
Episode 2.3 Surprise (TV song is Trinket – "Boom")
Sprung Monkey – "What's That You Say"
Scene: At the beginning of Isabel's birthday party right after she walks into the darkened Crashdown.
Blueberry - "Remember Heaven" (TV song is same)
Scene: Michael tells Isabel she can't see Grant anymore.
Black Toast Music - "A Walk On Cloud Nine" (TV song is Avenue A featuring Holly Golightly – "Run Cold")
Scene: Isabel tells Max & Michael about her visions of Tess.
Episode 2.04 Summer of '47
Relient K – "Pressing On" (TV song: Mest – "Drawing Board")
Scene: When the gang get to school in the morning.
Nero - "This Isn't Time" (TV song: Vast – "Free")
Scene: In the Crashdown, Maria waits on Michael and Hal and into scene when Maria and Michael argue about Courtney in the storeroom before Maria lends Michael her car.
Rebecca Kyler Downs – "Love Me Like Candy" (TV song is the same)
Scene: bar, as Richie pretends to be drunk to Hal.
Pat Tuzzolino - "Until It Happens To You" (wma here) (TV Song: Frank Sinatra - "Fly Me To The Moon")
Scene: At the bar as Hal and Richie discuss what they should do. Betty Osorio is at the counter.
Joel Evans Orchestra feat. Patrick Tuzzolino - "Maybe It's You" (TV song: Frank Sinatra - "There Will Never Be Another You")
Scene: In the bar, when Hal meets Betty, who introduces him to Yvonne.
Episode 2.5 The End of the World
Vaughan Penn – "The Deeper I Fall" (TV song is The Pierces – "Save Me")
Scene: Liz, Alex, Maria driving to psychic. The song also plays later in the episode in Liz’s room, as Kyle and Liz talk.
Olivia Tremor Control – "Love Athena" (TV song is the same)
Scene: Crashdown kitchen – Maria asks Michael not to be a jerk; Courtney slaps Michael’s butt; Michael and Maria discuss Courtney.
Loni Rose – "Let Me Go Back" (TV song: Holly Palmer - "Switched")
Scene: Liz and Maria talk in the Crashdown storeroom and Liz realizes what she needs to do to make Max fall out of love with her.
Sheryl Crow – "I Shall Believe" (TV song is the same)
Scene: Liz's rooftop and park bench – end of episode, Liz and Future-Max dance; Max and Tess talk; Future-Max disappears.
Episode 2.6 Harvest
Angela Johnson - "Rescue Me" (TV song is Cleopatra – "U Got It")
Scene: Liz and Maria walk to their lockers and Maria makes the comment about getting her heart stomped on.
Episode 2.7 Wipeout!
Melodine – "Over My Head" (TV song is Good Charlotte – "Complicated")
Scene: Max and Isabel are eating their mother's breakfast frittata before she disappears at the beginning of the episode.
Elvis Costello – "Still" (TV song is Elvis Costello – "Alison")
Scene: Liz's room – Liz tells Max that her mom likes listening to Elvis Costello on laundry day.
The Waking Hours – "Everything's Alright Forever" (TV song is Foo Fighters – "Next Year")
Scene: near the end, as everyone hugs after things return to normal.
Episode 2.8 Meet the Dupes
Wurkt – "Foreskin" (TV song is Linkin Park – "With You")
Scene: New York City – the Dupes steal produce and money, take basketball, and talk as they walk; also as Zan chases basketball, near end of episode.
Zeromind – "Sick Inside" (TV song is Coal Chamber – "El Cu Cuy")
Scene: New York, Rath, Lonnie, and Ava steal the TransAm.
Ken Huddleston - "Hard Luck, Hard Liquor, Hard Women" (TV song: Glen Campbell - "Rhinestone Cowboy")
Scene: Played on the car radio as the dupes drive to Roswell.
Beth Thornley – "I Will Lie" (TV song is Imani Coppola – "You Stole My Fun")
Scene: Crashdown – Maria at serving window telling Michael to be sure to include pepperjack on Brody's sub.
Hypnogaja – "Need to Believe" (TV song is F.O.S. – "Lovely")
Scene: As the Dupes enter Roswell, the Sheriff stops their car.
Apples in Stereo – "Shine A Light" (TV song is the same)
Scene: Crashdown – Maria and Brody have breakfast.
James William Hindle – "The Great Woodland Summer" (TV song: Belle & Sebastian – "Don't Leave The Light On Baby")
Scene: During Max & Liz's awkward conversation in the Crashdown.
Episode 2.9 Max in the City
Neva Dinova – "Did You Disappoint Your God?” (TV song: Radiohead – "How to Disappear Completely")
Scene: Max is tested.
Also plays in Independence Day, as Michael hitchhikes; and in Chant Down Babylon, as Maria tells Liz that Max is dead and later, as Maria, Max, and Liz walk away together.
Sanctus Real – "Hey Wait" (TV song is Lifehouse – "Everything")
Scene: NY vacant building, Evans kitchen, Liz's room—Max and Tess, Max and Isabel, Liz and Ava hug, Brody and Maria talk, Max and Liz through ending.
Episode 2.10 A Roswell Christmas Carol
Swingtips – "Santa Swings" (TV song is the same)
Scene: opening scene, Max and Michael examine Christmas trees.
The Toms - "Fake Christmas" (TV song is Tennessee Brown & The Silvertones - "Jingle Bells")
Scene: Isabel stops at Michael's apartment and he shows her his Jetta bumper gift for Maria.
The Mighty Turbans – "The First Noel" (TV song is the same)
Scene: At grocery store when Valenti, Kyle and Tess run into Amy Deluca.
Brooke Ramel - "Jingle Bells" (TV song: Luscious Jackson - "Let It Snow")
Scene: Hardware store - Michael looks for a Christmas gift for Maria as Isabel gives him some advice.
Alfie Alessandra – "It's Just Not Christmas Without You" (TV song is Burl Ives – "Have A Holly Jolly Christmas")
Scene: At the Valenti home, during Tess' "I am here, Hello!" speech.
Cliff Hillis – "On A Day Like Christmas" (TV song: Eels – "Everything's Gonna Be Cool This Christmas")
Scene: Valenti Christmas dinner.
Black Toast Music - "Hey Mr. Kringle" (TV song is the same)
Scene: When Michael gives Maria her Christmas present.
Jane Silberry – "Calling All Angels" (TV song is the same)
Scene: hospital, as Max heals the children.
Episode 2.11 To Serve and Protect
Electrostatic – "Eliminate Me" (TV song is Delerium featuring Jenifer McLaren – "Fallen Icons")
Scene: Liz's dream
Episode 2.12 We Are Family
Lucky Jim - "Endless Night" (TV song: Vertical Horizon - "Best I Ever Had (Grey Sky Morning)")
Scene: Isabel, Liz, Maria and Alex are on Liz's roof celebrating Alex's return home; Liz encounters Sean stealing food in the Crashdown storeroom.
Athenaeum - "Young Again" (TV song: Travis - "Turn")
Scene: While Liz and Alex are on her rooftop looking at his slides.
The Stratford 4 - "Where the Ocean Meets the Eye" (TV song: Gomez - "Bring Your Lovin' Back Here")
Scene: During Liz and Sean's "mustard scene" at the Crashdown.
Darran Falcone - "Hermosa Avenue" (TV song: James Taylor - "Her Town Too")
Scene: When Amy and Jim kiss.
Episode 2.13 Disturbing Behavior
Audio Adrenaline – "Ocean Floor" (TV song is Lifehouse – "Quasimodo")
Scene: Crashdown – Sean interrupts Liz, Alex and Isabel's conversation, asking where Maria is.
Bleach – "Knocked Out" (TV song is Palo Alto – "Throw the Brick")
Scene: Isabel and Grant have their "starting over" conversation in the Crashdown.
Luna Halo - "Forgiveness" (TV song is Nine Days - "Sometimes")
Scene: Michael and Maria spy on the police station with binoculars from the roof across the street.
Episode 2.14 How the Other Half Lives
Matt Beckler – "Fools At The Table" (TV song is Stereophonics – "Lying In The Sun")
Scene: Laurie Dupree and Michael talk in her room.
Lucky Jim – "You're Lovely to Me" (TV song is Jill Phillips – "Everything")
Scene: Dupree home and Michael’s apartment – end of episode – Michael and Maria talk about Laurie.
Episode 2.15 Viva Las Vegas
Julie Wood - "It's Only Love" (TV song: Morcheeba - "Be Yourself")
Scene: Michael hands out the cash and creates fake IDs in the hotel suite.
The Pattern - "Thunder Us" (TV song: Dead Kennedys - "Viva Las Vegas")
Scene: Liz and Tess' conversation at the pinball machine.
Episode 2.16 Heart of Mine
Never Heard Of It - "It's Not Possible" (TV song: Vibrolush - "Touch and Go")
Scene: At school, Max and Michael talk about Max's newly recalled memories.
Neva Dinova "The Tin Man" (TV song: Coldplay - "Don't Panic")
Scene: Sean gives Liz a ride to school.
The Sonnets – "How It Feels" (TV song is Doves – "Catch the Sun")
Scene: Liz and Sean on a date in a restaurant. They talk and kiss in his car.
Josh Rouse – "100m Backstroke" (TV song is the same)
Scene: bowling alley, as Liz bowls with Sean
Juliana Theory – "We're at the Top of the World (To the Simple, Two)" (TV song is Josh Joplin Group – "Camera One")
Scene: Crashdown – pre-prom gathering.
Zan Passante – "Good Good Times" (TV song is Robbie Williams – "Rock DJ")
Scene: Plays as everyone makes their entrances to the Prom.
Real Lulu - "Pushed" (TV song: L7 - "Slide")
Scene: as Liz dances with Maria at the prom.
Vaughan Penn – "If You Could See You" (TV song is Ivy – "Worry about You")
Scene: Prom – Max and Liz dance.
Black Toast Music - "Laughing in the Rain" (TV song: Nelly Furtado - "I'm Like A Bird")
Scene: Michael arrives at the prom and into the scene when Max tells Tess it's over with Liz.
Mackabella – "The Way You Are" (TV song is Ivy – "Undertow")
Scene: Prom – Max and Tess kiss, Liz’s sees. Liz's voiceover, as Michael and Maria dance, then Liz lane dances at bowling alley with Sean.
Also plays in Skin and Bones, at the Crashdown pizza party, before school year begins.
Episode 2.17 Cry Your Name
Communique – "Cross Your Heart" (TV song Meat Puppets - "I Quit")
Scene: Max and Michael discuss movies as the gang hangs out at the Crashdown right before Valenti comes with the news of Alex's death.
Frost – "Damian" (TV song Emer Kenny - "Light Of You")
Scene: Isabel's first dream after Alex's death.
Frost – "Half Whole" (TV song Emer Kenny - "Heaven")
Scene: Liz sees Alex's locker the morning after the accident.
Renee Stahl - "Home" (TV song: Fisher - "Human")
Scene: Football field memorial.
David Rice – "So Long My Brother" (TV song Peter Searcy – "Nothing")
Scene: Isabel's 2nd dream – Isabel and Alex at the Crashdown - Alex says "Goodbye Isabel" and "I think we both know I loved you too."
Poloroid – "Silence" (TV song is Beth Orton – "She Cries Your Name")
Scene: Crashdown, end of episode, as Liz looks at pictures of Alex, thinks about him, and cries.
[NOTE: Dan Rowe wrote and sang; unreleased on CD]
Episode 2.18 It's Too Late and It's Too Bad
Wake – "Mind Is Yours" (TV song is Pancho's Lament – "Perfect Place")
Scene: school grounds, Michael tells Isabel that she cannot go to college in San Francisco.
Evan Olson – "I Can't Forget" (TV song is Jim White – "Handcuffed To A Fence In Mississippi")
Scene: Maria explains her ideas for Alex's memorial collage at the yearbook meeting.
Vaughan Penn – "I Can't Help Myself" (TV song is Shawn Colvin – "Bonefields")
Scene: DeLuca kitchen – Michael and Amy talk; Michael uses powers to fix garbage disposal.
Audio Adrenaline – "Dirty" (TV song is Paddy Casey – "Whatever Gets You True")
Scene: Liz questions Derek, the computer geek, about binary code and Max walks up.
Sherri Youngward – "Where This Love Goes" (TV song is Fisher – "I Will Love You")
Scenes: end of episode – Max and Tess make love at the observatory; Liz at the airport learns Alex didn’t go to Sweden.
Episode 2.19 Baby, It's You
Psapp – "Always In My Head" (TV song is Mazzy Star – "Fade Into You")
Scene: Max and Tess wake up in observatory, then arrive at Valenti home. Kyle sees them kiss.
The 88 – "All the Same" (TV song is The Soft Boys – "I Wanna Destroy You")
Scene: school hallway – Michael and Max look at yearbook picture Isabel changed to an alien, as Isabel and Kyle watch.
Also plays in Monsters, as Maria waits on "Queen Amidala"
Evan Olson – "Don't Run Away" (TV song is Badly Drawn Boy – "Another Pearl")
Scene: school hallway – Max and Tess talk and come upon Michael, Isabel, and Kyle; scene changes to stadium, as Isabel and Kyle talk.
Athenauem - "One Day At A Time" (TV song: Lifehouse - Only One)
Scene: Crashdown - Isabel tells Kyle she won't play any more tricks on Max or dreamwalk girls with him again.
Tina Dico - "Break of Day" (TV song is Emiliana Torrini – "Wednesday's Child")
Scene: Outside Evans' home, as Max knocks over the trash
Landing Gear – "Atmosphere" (TV song is the same)
Scene: night, outdoors by stream, end of episode, as Michael gives Max and Isabel the translation and crystal.
Episode 2.20 Off The Menu
Evan Olson – "Shoebox Blues" (TV song is Uncle Kracker – "Follow Me")
Scene: Maria and Brody talk at the Crashdown, Maria returns the picture of his daughter, and Brody says he thinks he remembers Maria helping him during his "abduction".
Episode 2.21 The Departure
Sex and Reverb – "Here She Comes Now" (TV song is Doves – "Here It Comes")
Scene: Outside Crashdown, beginning of the episode, as Max and Michael come to talk to Liz and Maria who are sitting with Sean and Kyle and Kyle drums his fingers on the table.
Patrick Conway – "Brave Goodbye" (TV song is Remy Zero – "Perfect Memory")
Scene: Night, Alex's grave – Isabel and Alex talk and dance
David Gray – "My Oh My" (TV song is the same)
Scene: outside Crashdown, as Max gives Liz the pendant necklace, before leaving.
Cactus Groove – "Shoulder" (TV song: Doves – "Blackbird")
Scene: in bed together, Michael tells Maria he must leave Earth in an hour.
The Sonnets – "City, Spark, Fire" (TV song is Coldplay – "Trouble")
Scene: Night, desert - Michael sends the jeep over the edge in flames; they say goodbye to Valenti.
U2 – "Walk On" (TV song is the same)
Scene: end of episode, Michael, Maria, Liz, Max, Isabel, and Kyle by rock formation.
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