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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Bliss
Also known as: Sweetheart
Race: Human
Home Planet: Earth
Home Era: Early 21st century
Appearances: DW: Love & Monsters
Actor: Kathryn Drysdale
This article is about the individual. For the article concerning the drug see mood drug.

Bliss was a Human female born sometime in the late 20th century in England. In early 2007, she joined LINDA, only to be absorbed by the Abzorbaloff when he first arrived in March that year, the Abzorbaloff (disguised as a "Victor Kennedy") claiming that she had left to get married. When the rest found her absorbed, her place was the Abzorbaloff's backside. When the Abzorbaloff was defeated by Elton Pope, she died too. (DW: Love & Monsters)

Bliss after being absorbed. (DW: Love & Monsters)

Even though Bliss died in the Doctor's name, she was not shown in the flashback of people who have died when Davros asks him.


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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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EPISODE
Bliss
Attribution
Series: Voyager
Story by: Bill Prady
Teleplay by: Robert J. Doherty
Directed by: Cliff Bole
Production information
Episode no.: 5x14
Production no.: 209
First aired: 11 November 1998
Chronology
Date: 52542.3 (2375)

An immense spaceborne life form convinces the crew of Voyager that they are on the verge of returning home, and only Seven of Nine and a grizzled, vengeance-ridden hunter named Qatai offer hope of salvation.

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Summary

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Characters

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published order
Previous episode:
The Fight
Voyager episode produced Next episode:
The Disease
Previous episode:
Gravity
Voyager episode aired Next episode:
Dark Frontier
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges
Pocket Next Adventure:
Gift of the Mourners
Previous Adventure:
Gravity
The Voyages of the
USS Voyager
Next Adventure:
Gift of the Mourners

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Nicole Callahan (Earth-50) article)

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Nicole Callahan

Real Name
Nicole Callahan
Identity

Affiliation

Relatives
Stephen Callahan (father, deceased), Rachel Callahan (mother, deceased), Sarah Rainmaker (half-sister), Matthew Callahan (Threshold, brother)

Universe

Characteristics
Gender

Height
5' 9"

Weight
128 lbs (58 kg)

Eyes

Hair

Unusual Features
Hair is dyed Black

Status
Citizenship

Marital Status

Occupation
Adventurer

Education
Unknown

Origin
Origin
Bliss was born gen active due to her fathers genetic alterations

Place of Birth
Unknown


First appearance

Gen 13 #1

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History

Nicole Callahan is the daughter of Stephen Callahan, a former member of Team 7. Team 7's superiors, the intelligence agency International Operations exposed the team to the Gen-Factor, a substance that endowed the team with superhuman powers. The survivors from this experiment were codenamed Gen 12. I.O. hoped to use them as weapons, but Team 7 turned out to have a will of their own. A couple of years later, I.O. decided that Team 7's children could have inherited their fathers' powers and if they could raise them from childhood, they could ensure their obedience. Most Team 7 members went into hiding with their children. Stephen and his family tried to escape as well, but I.O.'s troops caught up with them in Ohio and shot and killed Rachel; Stephen's wife. They then shot Stephen and took Nicole and her brother Threshold with them. Years later Stephen turned up alive, saying that the bullet grazed him and I.O. imprisoned him for years.

Witness to her parents death at the hands of the Black Razors (a group of highly skilled I.O. soldiers), at a very young age definitely changed Nicole Callahan's life. Subsequently, I.O. took in Nicole and her brother, Matthew, to be brainwashed and trained as agents for the organization, but Nicole was always more interested in her own pleasure than obeying orders. Seeing their parents die had damaged both their minds though; Matthew had become a psychopath and Nicole was obsessed with controlling people. During her time with I.O., she was also sexually abused by a Project: Genesis guard named Menlove, further damaging Nicole.

Nicole and Matthew were assigned to Project: Genesis under Ivana Baiul to act as operatives, but Nicole, now calling herself Bliss, was more interested in fooling around with guards and prisoners. When Gen 13 escaped the project, she tried to seduce Gen 13-member Burnout rather than fight him. This allowed Gen 13 member Rainmaker to take her hostage and use her against Matthew, now calling himself Threshold. Project: Genesis was aborted and Baiul fled with Matthew, Nicole and several subjects of the project. Baiul made Cabalitto Island their new base, a place that Nicole hated, because there were no shops or any social activities. She left the island and visited Burnout and Gen 13 in Rome, much to the displeasure of Rainmaker. Nicole flirted with Burnout and assisted Gen 13 in a fight with the Vatican's superpowered humans. She left the group on friendly (if not fully trusted) terms.

Returning to Cabalitto Island, Ivana had trained the Project: Genesis subjects she had taken as DV8. Ivana forced an implanted tracking device on her, using member Copycat to do so, but in the process a reptilian intelligence, one of the Kindred, that had been possessing Copycat entered Nicole's mind. Bliss caused Copycat's mind to fragment without anybody knowing. Nicole became a member of DV8 and due to her experience, she had some authority over the other members, acting as field leader whenever Threshold was unavailable. On one of these missions, she met Menlove again and killed him. Nicole tries to control the male members of her team with her powers and sex. Her brother is under her control by careful use of Bliss' purely telepathic applications of pleasureable feelings. One night stands of Bliss' tend to end up dead, a subject most her DV8 team members did not find argument with in the least.

When Ivana took control over I.O., she wanted Bliss to run DV8 for her. Bliss didn't agree; she didn't want a desk job, but enjoyed field work. Soon Threshold turned on the team and wounded Ivana, DV8 fought Threshold off and he disappeared. Now I.O. agent Frank Colby took responsibility for the team and Bliss managed to remain a field agent as she wished.

Over the next few months, Bliss started to manipulate DV8 member Evo, pretending to be the only one who cared about him. During this time ex-DV8-members Frostbite and Sublime had joined up with Stephen Callahan, who had come out of hiding. During one dinner, Stephen revealed to them that Nicole had more potential than Threshold, being able to read and speak at 3 months old. Around the same time Copycat remembered what Bliss did to her and she informed her teammate Freestyle, but Bliss imprisoned them both. Sublime, Frostbite and Callahan entered I.O. and freed Copycat and Freestyle. They then fought Bliss, who now displayed telepathy on a level that even Threshold never had and Stephen managed to free his daughter from the possessing entity. Callahan and DV8 then fought I.O. and escaped.

Bliss left with Evo. They went to New York City where Bliss started to built her own crime syndicate, using Evo, who had become infatuated with her, as her enforcer. Eventually she sacrificed Evo as a scapegoat. Evo was arrested for the murder of an NYPD police officer and sent to the Purgatory Max prison for super beings in Antarctica, leaving Bliss alone, but with her powers she began to build herself a powerbase in New York.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Trans-Empathy: ability to manipulate emotions or feelings of others. She also has the ability to stimulate a person's neural system to an incredible state of ecstasy or agony, even to the point of cardiac arrest.

Telepathy: possesses advanced telepathic skills, used rarely.

Minor Telekinesis: used rarely

Abilities

Natural Seductress

See Also

Links and References

  • None.

Footnotes


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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

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Bliss was a planet mentioned in a lecture by Professor Ellen Anders at Rishard University, on the possibility that Bliss, Cote d'Azure and Onyx had "large-scale engineered features", suggesting a possible presence of Forerunner structures on the planet.[1]

Sources

  1. Halo Wars: Genesis

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Melissa Bickerton article)

From Lostpedia

Melissa Bickerton

Melissa Bickerton
Character(s) Joyce Malkin
 
Date of Birth Unknown
 
Origin Australia
 
IMDb profile


Melissa Bickerton plays the role of Joyce Malkin in "?."

Background

  • Her nickname is "Bliss". [1]
  • For her performance as Judy in the musical production of Seven Little Australians, was nominated for Australia's three major theatrical awards; The Greenroom, The Mo and The Sydney Theatre Critics Award for Best Female Performance in a Musical.

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Bliss disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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