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Who shot Jack on ‘Virgin River’? We finally have an answer



The Season Two finale of “Virgin River” had an event that no one saw coming, especially Jack Sheridan (Martin Henderson). In the final moments, he was shot by a stranger in his bar.

For the next two seasons, audiences and the population of Virgin River wondered: Who shot Jack? Who would dare harm our beloved Marine vet-turned-bar owner, who finally got a shot at happiness with Mel Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge)?

A lingering question throughout Season Three, Season Four finally gave us an answer, revealing the identity of Jack’s attempted murderer and showing all the wrong turns taken along the way in the investigation.

Here’s what we know.

Brady was innocent all along

In the Season Three finale, Jack’s friend Brady (Benjamin Hollingsworth) from the Marines was arrested for attempted murder.

Things didn’t look good for Brady. For one, he was found with a gun in his car. He also associated himself with Calvin (David Cubitt), Virgin River’s local drug lord, whose business Jack tried to take down.

Despite claiming his innocence, Brady is arrested. While in jail, Brady survives an attempted murder of his own. The cousin of Jimmy (Ian Tracey), Calvin’s right-hand man, stabs him.

When Jack’s memory returns following a breakthrough, he confirms that Brady was not his assailant. This is good news for Jack’s sister, Brie (Zibby Allen), who has started a romance with Brady. Ah, “Virgin River!”

In fact, the attempted murder had nothing to do with Calvin

Yes, you read that right.

Calvin and his associates were always the top suspects for the attempted murder — at least for Virgin River law enforcement. In Season Three, Jimmy gets arrested, then is released thanks to an an alibi. Brady is not so lucky, and briefly winds up in prison.

Ultimately, though, the drug kingpin and his associates were not involved in Jack’s attempted murder (but they have to do with the cover-up).

Wes shot Jack while looking for his twin brother, Vince

As Jack has been involved in his own drama — ranging from paternity questions to helicopter accidents — his buddy Preacher (Colin Lawrence) has had his own.

Last season, Preacher helped Paige (Lexa Doig), a single mom on the run from her abusive ex-husband. When Vince (Steve Basic) tracks Paige and their son Christopher (Chase Petriw) down, Paige accidentally pushes him down the stairs. Preacher helps cover up the murder and takes care of Christopher so Paige can leave town.

Vince’s twin brother, Wes, arrives in Virgin River looking for answers, and eventually kidnaps Christopher.

Thanks to seeing security footage, Jack has a breakthrough and remembers Vince going into the bar, asking for Preacher and looking suspicious. Jack, entering into warrior mode, stabs Vince — who retaliates by shooting him from the floor.

Vince’s gun was found with DNA evidence from the scene of the crime. As for whether Vince will see justice served? The finale ends with Preacher smashing Vince over the head with a piece of wood during a violent confrontation, in which he pointed a gun at Paige.

Colin Lawrence as John Preacher Middleton in “Virgin River.”Netflix

Brady was framed, however

Back to Brady, who was right all along on two counts: He was innocent, and he was framed.

Mike (Marco Grazzini), a former Marine, is in Virgin River investigating Calvin at Jack’s behest. Turns out Mike made some breakthroughs.

As part of a plea deal, Deputy Howard (Greg Delmage) admitted to helping Calvin launder money and planted Vince’s gun in Brady’s truck to frame him.

And there’s a new drug lord in town: Melissa

The crimes never stop in Virgin River. Calvin is seemingly killed in a boating explosion. The end of the season reveals his successor: Melissa Montgomery. It’s implied that Melissa was behind Calvin’s death.

Turns out Melissa is the sister of Nick, who is investing in Jack’s new glamping business. She joins Jack, Mel, Nick and Jo Ellen for a dinner celebrating their new venture, setting up next season’s potential conflict.

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11 Polynesian Content Creators You Need To Be Following If You Aren’t Already



Creatives are building their own opportunities through social media — without the cumbersome guidance of yesteryear’s screen practitioners.

Creators like Regan Roell leveraging his online following into a career on mainstream radio, to Māori Facebook star Nix Adams turning her digital skits into prime-time television.

The screen work of legends like Merata Mita, Sima Urale, Oscar Kightley and Waititi cannot be disregarded, but the governing structures in Pacific strongholds like Australia and New Zealand still remain the same. Waititi’s words “We are the original storytellers” ring true — we just needed to find original ways to tell our stories. Social media has become that place.

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Michael Bublé shares adorable pics of himself as a kid: The ‘80s ‘were the best!’



Michael Bublé is taking a stand on the best decade debate, and posted some adorable childhood photos to prove his case.

“The 80’s were the best! Change my mind,” Bublé said in the caption of his Feb. 1 Instagram post, which included four photos of the singer as a child.

The first showed Bublé on top of a playground with his arm raised, and another showed the singer in a black-and-yellow jacket in front of a Christmas tree and a fireplace decked out with stockings.

Younger Bublé poses for the camera with holiday decorations in the background.@michaelbuble via Instagram

The last two pictures featured a smile and a pout, and many fans in the comments agreed about the best decade.

“Won’t even try to…” one commenter wrote about trying to change Bublé’s mind.

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Michael Bublé shared a photo of his younger self looking as cute as can be.@michaelbuble via Instagram

“Maybe some 80’s music covers on the way?” another fan asked.

“That first photo could be an album cover,” one person wrote in a comment.

Bublé gives a pout as he lounges in an all-white outfit.
Bublé gives a pout as he lounges in an all-white outfit. @michaelbuble via Instagram

Bublé shares four children with Argentinian actor Luisana Lopilato: Noah, 9, Elias, 7, Vida, 4, and 5-month-old Cielo.

Lopilato shared a photo of Cielo’s tiny foot when she announced her birth in August.

“From love comes life, light and her… our baby Cielo Yoli Rose Bublé. You finally arrived to our lives with your 3,8 kg!!! Thanks God for this infinite blessing, we love you!! Noah, Elias, Vida and your mom and dad,” she wrote in the caption of an Instagram photo.

Cielo means “sky” in both Spanish and Italian, and Bublé shared in December he got his daughter’s name tattooed on his arm, rounding out the names of all of his children.

Bublé, 47, revealed during an episode of “That Gaby Roslin Podcast” in September that he has thought about leaving music behind to focus on his family, but admitted it is a “tricky” situation.

“I think I’m not loving it as much. I think I’m getting close to thinking maybe I can just go and be a dad,” he shared.

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Pamela Anderson Reveals When She Realized Kid Rock Was Not the One — and Where She Stands With Ex Tommy Lee



Pamela Anderson knew right away that things weren’t going to work out with Kid Rock. Ahead of the release of her memoir, the 55-year-old actress appeared on SiriusXM’s The Howard Stern Show and revealed how she knew her marriage to the 52-year-old singer wouldn’t last.

Kid Rock was Anderson’s second husband. She was first wed to Tommy Lee, with whom she shares two sons, Dylan, 25, and Brandon, 26. After Lee and Anderson called it quits in 1998, she married Kid Rock in 2006. The pair split the next year. Anderson noted that she knew things wouldn’t work out with Kid Rock “right when I got married.”

“Tommy and I… had this incredible connection. But then you jump into something and it’s like, ‘Oh, it’s not this incredible connection, it’s just something else,'” Anderson said. “Then I slowly try to find my way out.”

As for why she decided to go ahead with the marriage anyway, Anderson explained, “I was putting people in my life to kind of numb some of the pain and be with someone.”

“I don’t think I ever gave myself a chance to have another relationship after that that was of any value,” she said of life after her divorce from Lee. “It was more trying to put a family unit back together, but I wasn’t really in love. I just was going through the motions and then realizing… there’s just nothing like I had with Tommy.”

When it comes to what she had with Lee, Anderson described it as “really a heightened kind of romantic beginning.”

“That’s every girl’s fantasy — to be worshipped like that,” she said. “I always felt like romantic love might not be sustainable, so if you want to have that kind of love affair, it’s just going to have a season. It’s not going to last forever.”

Though their marriage didn’t work out, Anderson said her relationship with Lee had “more good times than bad.”

“I wouldn’t do it any other way,” she said. “It was just this wild, wild ride and I made it home in one piece.”

Today, Lee is married to Brittany Furlan, with whom he tied the knot in 2019.

“He’s married and happy and she’s good to him and I totally support that and think that’s great,” Anderson said. “I respect their relationship and [am] just glad he’s happy and he has somebody in his life.”

As for her romantic life, Anderson has been married to five men, most recently to Dan Hayhurst.

“This last year I’ve been alone, and it’s been a really incredible year for me. Just kind of going through, looking back, and reflecting on everything… it’s been good,” she said. “… You have to be able to be alone too before you can be with somebody else, so I feel like I’m just kind of growing up right now. It’s taken a long time.”

All of that and more will be explored in Anderson’s memoir, Love, Pamela, and her Netflix documentary, Pamela, a love story, both of which are due out Jan. 31. Watch the video below for more on Anderson.


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