Der Antrag auf Genehmigung einer Lotterie oder Ausspielung muss folgende der Lotterie oder Ausspielung bzw. bei Beginn jeder Serie der Lotterie oder. Lotterie ist eine US-amerikanische Comedy-Serie, die erstmals ausgestrahlt wurde. US-Glücksserie von Rick Rosner (Lottery$; –). Der Bankangestellte Patrick Sean Flaherty (Ben Murphy) hat die schöne Aufgabe, die.
The Lottery Staffel 1 EpisodenguideLotterie (). Lottery! TV-Serie. Synchronfirma: Arena Synchron GmbH, Berlin. Dialogbuch: Peter Wesp. Eine Lotterie inspiriert Karte, die lautet. Ich liebe dich von ganzem Herzen.) El Corazén Detail: Strukturierte tiefrote Kartestock Karte: Pearlascent hellgrün dicke. US-Glücksserie von Rick Rosner (Lottery$; –). Der Bankangestellte Patrick Sean Flaherty (Ben Murphy) hat die schöne Aufgabe, die.
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Favorite TV Shows.. No Longer On TV. Share this Rating Title: Lottery! Flaherty worked for the "Intersweep Lottery. In the event of ownership disputes with the winning ticket, Flaherty would also act as an arbitrator responsible for determining the true recipient in what method used to settle the matter.
Rush was Flaherty's partner, an IRS agent who oversaw the accounting of the payouts and the arrangement of the winner's tax obligations.
Each episode also took place in a different city around the country. The opening titles for the show featured large banks of computers and tape drives.
Above what appeared to be a trading floor similar to what one would see at a stock exchange were large electronic toteboards showing the latest prizes, the winners's names, and the countries in which they lived.
At the end of every episode, the show displayed the following disclaimer: "The Intersweep Lottery is purely fictitious.
Except for states where they are legally authorized, lotteries in this country are illegal. The Intersweep Lottery itself was actually more akin to the Publishers Clearing House than any of the popular lottery games in the U.
Participants in this lottery purchased numbered tickets. Each ticket carried a unique serial number consisting of two letters followed by six numbers.
Vanessa announces to the public that they will be able to vote on the lottery winners. Steven A. As the mystery surrounding Dr.
Kessler's death and his connection to Darius deepens, Alison and James learn that Kessler had used an alias Relssek, his name spelled backwards to write his journals, which they see as valuable information.
James is later attacked, he warns Alison that they should stick to science, fearing that she too could be a target. Vanessa visits Connor's surviving partner Charlie to discuss what they will say to the press about his death and to determine whether Connor was actually involved in the terrorist threats.
Charlie, however, angrily believes that Vanessa and the government want to cover something up, suggesting that Connor knew about Darius' involvement in the hostage crisis.
Vanessa later confronts Darius on this information, but Darius lies and says he never met Connor. Hours later, Vanessa meets with an agent, George, who gives her information on an apartment in Crystal City that Connor visited hours before the crisis.
Vanessa observes while an agent goes to the apartment door, and sees a young woman greet him. Vanessa later returns to see Charlie, who has called the press to talk about Connor meeting Darius, but Vanessa convinces Charlie to lie to the press about Connor, saying it is for his and his daughter's own safety.
At the custody hearing for Elvis, the judge hears testimony from Kyle and his ex-wife involving their rights as parents.
Despite having a script that she was supposed to follow, the judge is about to favor Kyle but Darius threatens her.
The judge then strips Kyle of his parental rights also deeming his ex an unfit mother, and makes Elvis a ward of the state.
Kyle then gives Elvis a final hug goodbye, and heads to a bar to drink. Meanwhile, the lottery finalists arrive at the White House for a televised event to introduce them as potential mothers.
Among the women chosen are Perry and Angela, who discover that their room is filled with cameras. Henry Bronchtein. The first day of the lottery, Gabrielle and Alison inform the finalists what to expect and state that the public will be watching them on television before voting on the final The contestants are subject to strict rules, as witnessed by Angela and Perry, who must deal with nightly sleep deprivation tests.
Gabrielle starts seeing the outspoken Perry as an interesting candidate. She surmises that having him dig around will look a lot less suspicious than her trying to uncover the truth.
Later on, Randall, Vanessa, Darius and the president meet for a conversation in which Randall demands real answers about Nathan's death, suggesting that it was a cover-up.
Darius however, feeds him a fabricated story that Nathan died trying to save the other diplomats, and Randall believes him. Convinced that Vanessa is getting too close to the truth, Darius decides the only way to solve the problem is to remove one major obstacle, the president.
James suspects Kyle of selling them out to Darius, due to the beating he received which he finally reveals to Alison. Kyle finds himself being followed by Elliot, a member of the MayTwos.
Elliot tells Kyle that the custody case was a setup and that all young children will eventually become property of DOH. Hours later, Kyle decides to seek out the group.
The leader, Rojas, soon welcomes him into the fold. Meanwhile, Alison and James discover that a company called Heliogenics was funding Dr.
They discover that the plane crash was actually in Afghanistan, where infertility was first reported, not Greece, like Dr. They conclude that the plane was carrying the virus that created the crisis.
Alison and James later inform Vanessa that the doomed jet belonged to the U. Vanessa hears the evidence that Alison and James provide, and becomes convinced that Darius and the U.
The president gives instructions to the vice president, who is heading to a meeting with Darius and General Langdon, stating he does not want tanks or a noticeable military presence at the televised announcement of the lottery winners later that week.
The vice president meets with Darius and Langdon, and becomes outraged when the head of the president's Secret Service detail won't reveal details of an escape route.
Gabrielle reveals her interest in helping Perry, namely that she'd like to be the one to take care of the baby if Perry cannot.
She rigs a psychology exam so that Perry can do well, but upon seeing that Angela is stressed out over a TV interview she just gave, Perry lets Angela take her seat at the test.
Elsewhere, Kyle learns that the MayTwos have moles in the DOH building and can get Elvis out, but he also learns from Rojas that their help comes at a price.
Alison and James meet with Kessler's son again, who at first denies knowing anything about his father's last days, but later tells James that his father kept handwritten logs in the family beach house on St.
Michael's Island. Vanessa sees photographic evidence of the Vice President, Darius and Langdon meeting on their own, and warns Alison to tread carefully in her investigation of Kessler.
Soon after, Alison learns that Kessler's son was found dead after being abducted. She warns James, who is on his way to the beach house.
James goes anyway and discovers the logs. As he begins to take photos of the logs on his phone, he sees a black vehicle arrive with several men getting out of the vehicle.
He manages to send the photographed pages from his phone just before he is shot by one of the men. Norman Buckley. As James fights for his life, a concerned Alison tries to convince Vanessa that they have to get Darius for what he did.
Vanessa says they need definite proof, also telling Alison that if Darius and the DOH did this, she is also in danger.
Kessler was working on, it was initially a project to control overpopulation. The documents reveal Kessler had an enemy named Mr.
Torino, whom the two suspect is a pseudonym for Darius Hayes. The clue leads the ladies to a D. Kyle tells Rojas that he cannot get Alison's phone, but Rojas, aware that Kyle is sleeping with Alison, suggests that Kyle find a way.
Rojas reveals that the MayTwos are after the embryos. Vanessa learns from her private detective that Darius hired a sniper to kill the president, but he has no proof to go along with this claim.
With the finalists being publicly announced at a posh hotel, Vanessa recommends to Gabrielle that they move the event elsewhere, but it falls on deaf ears.
Gabrielle announces to the public that the finalists will be subjected to polygraph tests that will be televised live.
Perry makes it through her test with frankness and honesty. Angela is nervous about her test, revealing to Perry that she lied about being a virgin. When Angela makes a decision to quit the lottery, a concerned Perry asks Gabrielle for a favor to help Angela.
Perry later returns with sedatives to help Angela calm her nerves so she can pass the test. Angela ends up taking all the sedatives and later dies from an overdose.
Perry tells the paramedics about the sedatives, but when she tells Gabrielle about what happened, she tells Perry they cannot let anyone know who gave Angela the sedatives.
Darius prepares to put his plans to kill the president into action, getting briefed by the hired sniper who wants to know where he can get a clear shot.