Using the power of the internet, I searched for marine biologist Collin Drake.The search results only included references and descriptions for the Discovery Channel show I was watching.
"But I'd say if Mark picks up the phone and calls and says, ' You wanna do something?The first original program to run during Discovery Channel’s 2013 showing of Shark Week was an over-dramatized show looking at the possibility of the existence of Megalodon, a giant shark at one point believed to be an ancestor of the White shark.The show starts with a dramatic video that looks to be shot by an amateur with friends on a fishing trip."So, I think there are other time periods, there are other music movements and cultural movements that have yet to be explored in the television medium." "I grew up with Nirvana and Pearl Jam and stuff, so I think exploring something like the grunge scene would be kind of interesting," he pitched.WATCH: Jennifer Garner and Victor Garber Had an ' Alias' Reunion at an Oscars After Party While we all anxiously await a possible return to Tree Hill, you can see Lafferty in , out March 15, where he plays a disillusioned Wall Street financier who gets fired and decides to work at a 24-hour diner -- and Lafferty says his character isn't the only one who learned life lessons from co-star Danny Glover.
"Coming from doing television for so long, sometimes you have to stay on book and the words are very important," he explained.