Monthly Archives: January 2015

H50 5.13 – Steve´s boo-boos and trust issues

This was an exciting epi in a long time. That wrecking ball gave a good big-bang start for this action packed story. Very well timed too 🙂

But they should have had Steve jump in the water to spice up our wet daydreams 😉

 

Just a curious note, Alex is wearing a skin coloured bandage on his arm since the car wreck. I didn´t notice it till today, but it is on his right arm all the time till they get him the white one for Steve. What do you think, did Alex get hurt for real? I would understand if it was just for that car wreck scene, but it is still on when he is on the bike and comes to the van. We will be looking for some scar in the next episode 🙂

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Why we are proud fans …….. #AlexOloughlin

It is great to be a fan of this man…… many people who meet and work with him, say such wonderful heartwarming things about him! 😀

Alex and Braddoc DeCaires

Braddoc on Facebook: Alex O’Loughlin and me. He’s a really cool guy and stopped to take a pic with me. P.S. I love his real accent.

Braddoc played a small role on last night’s Hawaii Five-0: Episode 3:13.

(Thank you to Hawaii Five-0 Australia  for posting the link to Braddoc’s FB page)

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513 promo – Biker McGarrett

We finally get to see a bit of biker Al  🙂 And there´s a blurry peekage of his backtatt, and a bonus “view” 😉

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Alex O’Loughlin; rocking the Buzz Cut over the years……

We thought it might be a good idea to do a few posts on subjects that we saw people are searching for on the internet, in regards to Alex. So these posts will be a more intensely researched and concentrated extension of our funny ‘searches’ posts, which we have done in the past….

Search:

  • alex oloughlin buzz cut

  • alex o’loughlin hairstyle

2002

Barman

Alex 2002

His hair was a little bit longer on the top here, but we thought it would be fun to include it as well. This was taken in 2002 for a magazine article in “Blue”, about “Sydney’s Sexiest Barmen”. Alex worked as a barman at that time, to support himself while studying at NIDA.

Search:

  • alex o’loughlin movie shaved head & tattoos

2005

The Invisible

Alex O'Loughlin - 2005

2011

Hiatus Buzz

2012

 The Mohawk and after…

Search:

  • what happened to alex o loughlins hair in season 3

  • alex o’loughlin hair piece 2014

  • does alex o’loughlin wear a toupee

2013-2014

Steve got a cut

For Episode 3:20 of Hawaii Five-0, they gave Alex a buzz cut to film the scenes of Steve from the past, when he was doing his Navy SEAL, BUD’s training in 2000. For the rest of that episode and for the next episode (3:21) they gave him an ugly red wig to wear. Fortunately they threw that away and for the rest of Season 3 and the most part of Season 4, his hair was just short. 😦

My Thoughts

Alex can rock the buzz cut at any time, as you can see above. I think he proved that he looks great, no matter how his hair is cut, on many occasions. The buzz cut, for his role of Marcus in the movie ‘The Invisible, worked very well and he looked gorgeous.  Having said that, I still prefer him with longer hair like in ‘The Back-up Plan and Season 1 of Hawaii Five-0′. I feel it makes him look younger – not that I mind him looking older at all. 😛

I guess what I am trying to say is that on the odd occasion he looks great with the buzz cut, but I prefer it not being that short for long periods of time. 🙂

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PopWatch Duel: ‘Moonlight”s Alex O’Loughlin vs. Jason Dohring – 2008

PopWatch Duel:

‘Moonlight”s Alex O’Loughlin vs. Jason Dohring

by Mandi Bierly

25 April 2008

COMIC CON

You remember how the PopWatch Duel works: We ask two costars for their picks on a certain topic. You decide whose list is better by casting a vote in the comments section. They try to tell themselves that they don’t care who wins.

In honor of Moonlight’s return tonight with the first of four new episodes we sat down with Alex O’Loughlin (left) and Jason Dohring (right) at New York Comic Con and asked them to each name five things that should live forever in pop culture. (They play vampires on the show. Get it?) Dohring’s worried that O’Loughlin sealed the win with his first choice, but we think we’ve got ourselves a fair fight. Their responses…

COMIC CON

Five things that should live forever in pop culture:

Alex O’Loughlin

1. Velcro. I think we all know why Velcro is as great as it is. It’s just terrific. You can stick an entire dining set to the roof. Very versatile: Shoes, nappies… sex toys. Whatever you need.

2. Monkey (aka Monkey Magic). The greatest thing that ever happened to television. It’s a Japanese show [dubbed in English] about these characters Monkey, Pigsy, Sandy, and Tripitaka, and they fight wars against demons. Monkey was born in an egg on a mountain top, and he rides a cloud, and he has a staff that he keeps behind his ear and grows to full size. It’s the best show ever. I thought I was Monkey when I was a kid. He wears this gold crown, and I’d wear one and stake vampires.

3. The Adidas shell toe triple stripe classic. Great sneaker. Get a pair. In any color you want. I prefer the black stripe on the white shoe. I’m shootin’ for an endorsement deal. Go Adidas. Did I say “Go Adidas? Adidas. Adidas. Adidas. Go Adidas.”

4. The iPhone. It’s revolutionized the way we live. It’s a great Internet tool in your pocket. It’s a global tool. I take my iPhone everywhere.

5. The mullet. I grew up in a mullet kind of world, a mullet-y school with mullet-y friends. I had several mullets over the years, so I have a longstanding personal relationship with the mullet and I’m ready to mullet anytime. I can mullet right now. RIGHT NOW.

Jason Dohring

1. Designer shoes. Look at these f’in shoes. [Points to his sneakers.] Gucci shoes. I got into designer clothes, dude, and once you get into it, you can’t go back. I started kinda working out, and you wear a designer shirt, and you’re like Dude, this feels like it wants to fit to your body. So, like, I don’t have to work out as much, but it still looks good. It’s great…. Alex is gonna take me shopping me later today, and I’m really excited about that. Apparently, he has a pair of Paul Smith flower shoes that he just bought, and he can actually pull them off ’cause he’s Australian, you know, and they kinda do things that we don’t do here in the States. I’m trying to get some fashion tips.

Warner Brothers Presents the World Premiere of "Speed Racer" - Arrivals

I guess this was the Paul Smith flower shoes Jason talked about. The picture of Alex’s shoes, was taken on the red carpet at the ‘Speed Racer‘ Premiere.

2. Love and morals. I was just thinking that I’d put a couple of things on here that I thought were real. If those go out, our society’s gone, dude. You wouldn’t have families. It sucks to see so many people break up. It doesn’t set a great example for people…. Love, even as friends — how enjoyable is a great conversation with a friend? There’s nothing better, dude. You can buy all the whatever you want, but sitting around with a cigar and chattin’ with my boy, here, is a really good time. We film till really late, so we’ll sit around on the WB lot at 2 in the morning, when nobody’s there, and just look up at the WB sign and go, “What the f— are we doing here?” It’s beautiful.

3. Scratch ‘n Sniff stickers. That was from when I was a kid. The grape ones, man, I was really into those. I think those are dead, so let’s bring ’em back, boys. And you had all the blond jokes about them, as well. “How do you a kill a blond? You put a Scratch ‘n Sniff sticker at the bottom of a pool.” [Silence] That was kinda lame.

4. The banjo. No, I don’t play, but if you’ve ever seen a guy play the banjo or a fiddle really well, man, it’s cool stuff. You wouldn’t have Deliverance without the banjo. [Hums]

5. Veronica Mars. Unfortunately, it didn’t last forever, but it seems when you walk around a place like Comic Con that it does. Art’s the kinda thing that stays with people. You emotionally invest people and you emotionally invest yourself in something, and then it lasts. That’s pretty amazing, actually, isn’t it?

Okay, who wins the Duel? Alex O’Loughlin or Jason Dohring?

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