Thanks to Samantha for this :)
These are all the Roswell mentions from TV Gal’s column from http://www.zap2it.com/
by Amy Amatangelo
Next week, all the networks announce their Fall 2001 line-ups. In the midst of many Save Our Show campaigns (Go “Roswell.” Go “Once and Again.”), let’s talk about the once great shows that should retire into TV heaven.
Where Have I Seen Them Before?
Ted Rooney plays Alex’s dad on “Roswell.” He also plays Morey Dell, Sally Struthers’ husband on “Gilmore Girls.”
Highlights of the Week Ahead
All times listed are Eastern Standard Time for the week of May 7 to 13.
The randy teens on the WB are facing some serious consequences to having sex. First Joey’s belabored (pun fully intended) pregnancy scare and now Max and Tess have one night of passion and boom they’re expecting a little alien on “Roswell” (Monday, WB, 9 p.m.). Let me tell you, I could deal with them sleeping together a lot better than I could take Max massaging Tess’ feet. Bleech! I’m hearing that Tess is not really pregnant but lying to Max and that she may know more than she’s telling about Alex’s death. Do you know that several “Roswell” fans call Tess “Trash?” Tess is so loathed, I’m still surprised that Emilie de Ravin hasn’t had to enter a Witness Protection Program. Remember there are a couple of Tess’s roaming around and something strange did happen to Tess when she and Max were in New York.
There’s a campaign to get UPN to pick up “Roswell,” in case the WB cancels it. Send Tabasco Sauce with the phrase “Spice Up Your Line Up!” to Dean Valentine, President & CEO, United Paramount Network, 11800 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90025.