Tuesday, June 15, 2010

King of the Lab - Trivia

Describe as many instances as you can (episode/scene) where Angela’s abilities as a sketch artist are used, and she draws something different than a typical sketch.

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12 comments:

Lyndsey said...

Im thinkin maybe tht one where the maid was accidently killed by another worker for having that affair with the son. When Ang draws the bedpost thing? my mind is blank o.O

Lyndsey said...

in the one where cams ex-fiance is found dead ang draws a typical sketch but it was from a description which came out of a hypnotic state. also in the one where hodgens goes scuba diving to find buried treasure, ang draws the victim as a pirate at the end.

meglyman said...

Santa in the Slush, when she draws the "Coca-Cola", Christmas card Santa, complete with eye twinkle.

Lyndsey said...

100th episode: the flasback to Angela drawing characatures in the park. I am reeeeeeallllly trying lol!

Mindy said...

You're doing great!

So far, we have:
the pirate (Lyndsey)
Santa Claus (meglyman)
caricature in the park (Lyndsey)

There are possibly a couple more that I'm thinking of...and maybe some I haven't remembered. Keep trying!

Elsie said...

Adding mine while the picking's fresh: Man in the Bear (tattoo), Man in the Fallout Shelter (Zack's family), Superhero in the Alley (finishing Warren's comic), Woman in the Tunnel (the blond woman), Boneless Bride in the River (wedding picture of the dead couple), Widow's Son in the Windshield (attempted sketches of Birimbau).

More coming!

Stephanie said...

Also in the 100th - Angela drew that flip book for Caroline to visually explain what happened during the murder.

Not sure if these count, since they're technically sketches but weren't for criminal investigations, but Angela drew Hodgins as a pirate at the end of "The Man in the Bone" and Zack's family as a Christmas gift to him in "The Man in the Fallout Shelter."

Alternate Universe Angela sketched a layout of Bren's office on a napkin in "The End in the Beginning." Not sure if that counts, either.

She drew a wedding picture of the victims in "The Boneless Bride in the River" in Season Two.

I think that's all I've got for now. I thought I remembered a scene where we saw her painting, but I think I'm thinking of the flames she put on Parker's face with face paint from "Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood."

Lyndsey said...

hahahahahaha, you guys put me to shame! Good ones though!

Barbara said...

Angela drew the face when Russ described the man he saw when he was a kid in "The Woman in Limbo".
She also drew the "portrait" face from the description the homeless, underground tunnel dweller gave her in "The Woman in the Tunnel".
Don't forget she created a 3D hologram for the girl in the "Graft in the Girl"- but that's not a drawing...

Elsie said...

These examples are typical for a police sketch artist (drawing criminals) but not so much for Angela (normally, putting features back on decomposed victims): Woman in Limbo (McVicar), Blond in the Game (different versions of Epps).

Alright, I'm out. Anyone else?

Tracy said...

How about when she creates the Louvre and the painting of flowers on the hospital wall for Cullen's daughter.

Anonymous said...

Angela recreated the design/hieroglyphics from the mummy's chest cavity -- in Night at the Museum

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