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Learn a little bit about the personalities behind TJ-Hooker.com. Send us email. We might just write you back, and then some.



4Adam30 - Webmaster / Designer / Writer
4Adam30 began TJ-Hooker.com as a solo venture in the fall of 1999. A casual Shatner fan for most of his life, he rediscovered his love for T.J. Hooker when he found that the show was being rerun on a local channel every day of the week in mid-1999. After searching the Internet for sites about the show and finding relatively little solid online information, he took it upon himself to create a small site. "It was only 8 pages back then," he says, "and I was able to do it all myself pretty easily." When he discovered that others in the world shared his desire for new T.J. Hooker information, he began to take his task more seriously, bringing several other staff members aboard and making TJ-Hooker.com the vast resource it is now.

(contact 4Adam30 at 4adam30@tj-hooker.com)

Johnny Durell - Writer / Editor / Content Provider
With a passion for 80's television, law enforcement, and powdered doughnuts, Johnny Durrell's involvement with TJ-Hooker.com, a service of NewhallNet, wasn't a question of if, but rather, when. "I've admired TJ-Hooker.com from afar for quite some time," Durrell reflects, "so to become an active particpant in the site is a tremendous thrill for me." Like the character this site chronicles, Durrell brings a no-nonsense, hard-boiled approach to content development. He sees his duty as 'contextualizing' T.J. Hooker: tracing the show's indelible contributions to the popular culture.

(contact Johnny at johnny@tj-hooker.com)

Johnny Durell - Writer / Editor / Content Provider
With a selfless generosity akin to that of the "real" Stacy Sheridan, our own Stacy has been a Hooker fan since the show's inception, and one of the staunchest supporters of TJ-Hooker.com through thick and thin. Stacy has provided us with a wealth of information above and beyond the detailed photos and descriptions of her extensive Hooker memorabilia collection.

(contact Stacy at stacy@tj-hooker.com)


Jim Corrigan - Writer / Editor
Jim Corrigan--a longtime associate of 4Adam30--joined the "Hooker Project" in 1999, taping locally-aired episodes on a daily basis. Somewhere during the course of taping and watching these episodes, Corrigan went from assistant to hardcore fan (the precise instant the intensity of his loyalties changed can be traced to the exact moment he first discovered the "refrigerator scene"--[A Child is Missing: Ep. 3.34]). He now devotes a significant portion of his free time to the composition and promotion of episode reviews. "I used to just watch the show," he states. "Now I absorb it."

(contact Corrigan at corrigan@tj-hooker.com)


Paul McGuire - Interactive Game Designer
Paul joined the TJ-Hooker.com staff under the pretenses of designing a series of interactive Flash-based online games. Instead, he ended up becoming the face of the TJ-Hooker.com store. Every little bit helps.

(contact Paul at paulmcguire@tj-hooker.com)

Detective Pete O'Brien - Java & Javascript Development
An expert in all programming languages named after the beverage derived from the cacao bean, O'Brien brings a technical savvy heretofore unseen in any TJ-Hooker.com staff member. "Does this have to be done right away?" O'Brien often asks when approached by 4Adam30 with yet another project. Of course, the honor of being named a TJ-Hooker.com Staff member has reinvigorated O'Brien's commitment to the project, and plans are underway for more exciting Java-based projects to come.

(contact O'Brien at obrien@tj-hooker.com)












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