Liz Erk (lizerk) wrote,
Liz Erk
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"Based on a True Story, It Could Happen to You..."



There's nothing like a lazy Saturday evening with pizza and Lifetime!

"Tess McCall (Patricia Kalember) better be careful or she might find what she's looking for when she starts spying on cheating husbands.

What starts out strictly as amateur sleuthing, quickly turns into a fulltime profession for this middle-aged mother of two. Using logic, intuition and numerous high-tech surveillance gadgets, Tess succeeds in helping jilted wives such as Sally Russell (Brenda Vaccaro) find the truth about their wandering husbands."



Ah, Patricia Kalember. I loved her on "Sisters." Especially when she went nuts.

Now THAT'S who should play me when Lifetime starts casting for "Solitude: The Liz Erk Story."

But in the meantime, I'll settle for this:

"Lying Eyes: Liz Erk's Untold Story"

"Liz Erk (Jennifer Garner) was young, beautiful and enamored with Tim. Tim (Eric Mabius) was older, handsome and addicted to her. It was a teenage girl's dream come true. From champagne dinners, to jewelry to weekends at the beach - Liz was lost in a whirlwind. She knew he was everything she ever wanted. What she didn't know was that he was married.

The romance comes to a halt when a diabolical string of events starts to unravel. Her locker is broken into. Her mother receives a disturbing package. Could it be Tim's wife?

Liz, scared and confused, entrusts only her friends Dana (Erin Daniels) and Alice (Leisha Hailey). She lets go of Tim, of his wife, of the situation. But someone won't let go of Liz. Not until she's dead.

As the stalker gets more aggressive, Liz's world begins to crumble. There are death threats, silent phone calls and figures in the shadows, but the police don't believe her. Liz knows she has to take action. Pretending that she wants Tim back, Liz arranges a beach house rendezvous that will bring her face to face with her attacker once and for all."
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