Top Gun Episode 1
Some of Parnell's first credits include one-episode appearances on CBS' Hack in 2003 and NBC's Law & Order in 2004. He continued to work in live action over the years, but most fans probably know him best for voice-over roles he took in 2004 on Adult Swim's The Venture Bros. He played Jefferson Twilight, Mister 1 and Mandalay.
Top Gun Episode 1
If you're not much of an animation fan, you probably recognize Parnell from a role he took the following year, playing Derek Frye on All My Children. He appeared in a total of 79 episodes of the soap opera from 2005 to 2008. Other one-off TV appearances during this time included Without a Trace, CSI: Miami, Crash, Bones, 90210, Lie to Me, NCIS, The Forgotten and Fringe.
The next day, at the Krusty Krab, SpongeBob serves Harold a milkshake, which he replies is the best he has ever had. Everyone now wants to buy SpongeBob's milkshakes. Captain Frostymug comes in, requesting a milkshake and gives SpongeBob his new milkshake license to which SpongeBob replies, "If only it were this easy to get a boating license" and ends the episode laughing.
Jay Ellis cuts a dashing figure as Lieutenant Reuben "Payback" Fitch in "Top Gun: Maverick." Yet Ellis is best known for playing the considerably less slick Lawrence, protagonist Issa's on-again-off-again boyfriend on HBO's "Insecure." He also starred as Jason Walker in the 2019 thriller "Escape Room," which grossed an impressive $155 million at the international box office. Furthermore, Ellis appeared as Bryce "Blue" Westbrook on 48 episodes of "The Game," a long-running "Girlfriends" spin-off which aired on both The CW and BET.
Up-and-coming star Danny Ramirez plays Lieutenant Mickey "Fanboy" Garcia, who shares a cockpit with Jay Ellis' "Payback" Fitch. Ramirez made his onscreen debut in an episode of Showtime's "The Affair," and quickly boosted his profile with roles in movies like the 2018 black comedy thriller "Assassination Nation" and several episodes of the short-lived X-Men TV show "The Gifted." He followed these roles up nicely by playing Mario Martinez on Netflix's teen dramedy "On My Block."
The region at the top of the globe was always considered too cold, too far and too dangerous. But not anymore. The Arctic is now warming faster than any place on earth. The sea ice that was once an obstacle is now melting away, and as a result, this emerging frontier is bustling with activity. And not all of it is positive. This episode of DIA Connections examines the developing issues and complexities as a result of a warmer climate, and the implications it is having on our national security.
Series 2, Episode 1SeasonEpisodeOverall2111Air date11th May, 2003Viewers3.15 millionStar(s)Vinnie JonesEpisode codeGFGA107LEpisode length58:58Episode guidePreviousNextSeries 1, Episode 10Series 2, Episode 2The first episode of the second series of Top Gear aired on the 11th of May, 2003. It is most noted for featuring the first appearance of James May since his brief showing back in 1999 for the original incarnation of the show. Vinnie Jones was the guest star. Former English motorsport commentator Murray Walker OBE presented the week's "Greatest Car" segment, later omitted from future broadcasts. It was the 11th episode overall.
This alternative intro was used for later airings of the episode, which omitted the "Greatest Car Ever" segment. The footage was changed to the Bentley T2 review, though some audio from the Greatest Car Ever segment was still left.
Jeremy introduces the new segment. For 9 episodes of the series, 6 guest stars as well as the 3 presenters would advocate for a car that they imagine is the "Greatest Ever". The viewers would then call a number to vote for one of these cars. For the first week, Murray Walker advocates the McLaren F1 is The Greatest Car Ever.
Series 2, Episode 1 originally aired on the 11th of May, 2003, on BBC 2. It was aired nationally in all regions, unlike its predecessor, which did not air in the East Midlands. It was then regularly reshown on channels such as BBC Prime and UKTV People throughout the mid '00s, along with the rest of Series 2, before indefinitely ending up as a permanent fixture on Dave from the channel's 2007 debut onwards, albeit in a cut 45-minute version. It would have its Australian premiere in August 2008, and later appear on streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime as the earliest available episode of the show. Full version ultimately added to iPlayer in 2021. 041b061a72