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Moving on, Saturday was the day of the Heroes panel, which should have been in the cavernous Hall H, but NBC was apparently afraid that if there were any empty seats they’d look bad, so it was in the way too small Ballroom 20. Which meant that people were lining up at 7:00 a.m. to get in, and since we started the day at Pushing Daisies, we did not get in for Heroes. Which was bad mostly because Ballroom 20 was where all the rest of the good panels were on Saturday, and after waiting in line for a few hours we started to get worried that we weren’t going to be able to get in for any of them.

To illustrate, here’s a five-minute video of someone walking along the entire length of the line. Yes, it’s exactly that exciting. (And I suspect we’re probably in there somewhere, although I watched it through once and didn’t manage to spot us.)

Battlestar Galactica )

Futurama )

Spotlight on Joss Whedon )

Buffy sing-a-long )

A surprisingly good panel )

Cartoon voices )

The Jericho panel I didn’t go to )

Booze cruise! )
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First things first... while I was away last week I missed the birthday of [livejournal.com profile] carmen_sandiego and [livejournal.com profile] snowdrifted. I hope ya'll had a lovely day filled with cupcakes and knitting and no thesis/job search/moving stress. *hugs*

Before I get into my Comic-con report, please enjoy this picture of Kaylee, who is just as nifty as her namesake...

Prius! )

Okay, so, we got into San Diego on Tuesday afternoon, met up with [livejournal.com profile] mikijean at the airport and spent a lovely, lazy evening in the Gaslamp District before the crowds hit town. Wednesday we took the munchkin to Sea World, which was tons of fun, until Mr. Sus lost his glasses on the Shipwreck Rapids and had to catch a cab back to the hotel and go in search of a one-hour optician. But the munchkin had a blast.

So long, and thanks for all the fish )

Later that evening we headed over to Preview Night. The exhibition hall was insanely crowded and there was less cool swag than previous years. Overall, not my favorite part of the con. Little did we know, the crowds were only going to get worse. Much worse. But there were a few cool booths...

The Golden Compass and more )

Battlestar Galactica Forum )

Rosario Dawson )

Torchwood )
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For those who care, tonight's episode of Battlestar Galactica was written by the fabulous Jane Espenson, which has me very excited. Maybe I'll finally be able to get into this season. Yes, I know, I'm probably one of only three people in the world who didn't love last week's episode, but there it is.

Also, in all the news about Flanvention, I almost missed this: Firefly Reborn as Online Universe. A Firefly MMORPG? Someone out there loves me.
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Dang, I keep meaning to update, and I start composing entries in my head, and then when I actually have time to write them down I can't remember what I was going to say anymore.



Well, I guess it's a given that the season finale of BSG blew my mind. It's amazing that I have cognitive function at all, the number of times that show's blown my mind. Lay Down Your Burdens )

Sunday's Grey's Anatomy was good. Band-Aid Covers the Bullet Hole )

As for West Wing... The Cold )

The really exciting news, however, is that there is a new Bones tonight AND a new Veronica Mars and THEY'RE NOT ON AT THE SAME TIME so I can actually TiVo both. Can I get a hallelujah, people? And as if that wasn't good enough, Adam Baldwin's guesting on Bones!
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Today is the last day to sign up for the Mal/Inara Ficathon at [livejournal.com profile] truthsome_fic. And yes, I finally gave in and signed up, even though I don't even ship Mal/Inara (see, I don't even have an icon of them). So if you haven't signed up yet, go do it. Now. Or I will find you. I know where you live. Okay, I don't really know where you live, but I know where you hang out a lot.

Oh, and in all the BSG mind-blowedness the other night, I totally forgot to mention that Sharon has our bookcase. Guess there's a Storehouse on Caprica, too.
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Ya'll, Friday's Battlestar Galactica BLEW MY MIND. That mushy pile in the corner there? That used to be my brain. Best. Episode. Ever. So good, I can't even talk about it.

As for last night's Grey's Anatomy... What Have I Done to Deserve This? )

Peace out

Feb. 10th, 2006 10:49 pm
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Tonight's BSG... oh man. *is ded from crying*

As if I wasn't already feeling sad and teary from the last Arrested Development. "And on the epilogue..." *sob*
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So, um, last night's BSG... GUH! Spoiler-free comments inside )

MIL's in town, which is why I haven't been posting much this week. I've got fics floating around in my head and recs taunting me from my flist and not enough computer time to play with any of it. Wah. And I never got a chance to post about Wednesday's Veronica Mars (which was LOVE, btw).

Tonight we're going to see Richard play his first gig at the Velvet Melvin (no, [livejournal.com profile] austin360, I still don't know what time) and then tomorrow we're having my dad over for Steak and Guinness pie and an evening of NOT watching the Superbowl. And in the meantime I'm occupying myself by knitting a red and purple eyelash scarf for the MIL to wear to her Red Hat Society meetings.
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I am back from Sundance and, man, am I tired. I had an amazing time, though. Props to Mikijean for her awesome hospitality and for shuttling us around SLC. We crammed ten feature-length films and nine (I think) short films into three days. We are so hardcore, ya'll. By the end my eyeballs were beginning to bug out of my head.

Not many celeb sightings, as we didn't even go into Park City once. We were considering driving up there yesterday to wander around, but in the end decided it was way too much trouble for the dubious pleasure of a chance at spotting Paris Hilton. There were Q&A's after many of the films we saw, but mostly not with particularly famous people.

I'll post about our awesome adventures and reviews of the films we saw later, when I'm better able to form a coherent sentence. I did manage to catch up on most of my flist this morning over coffee, though. *waves to flist*

Didn't hear about West Wing until I got back last night. I find myself unable to care much. I am vaguely curious to see what they do with the Josh/Donna stuff and how they leave it, though. Otherwise, meh.

Oh, and M and I made D watch Friday's BSG with us yesterday morning and EEEEEEEE!!!! *loves*


Warner Brothers and CBS Corp. announced plans Tuesday for the creation of a new broadcast television network, called CW, that would replace the WB and UPN networks in the fall of this year.

... The new network will broadcast such UPN shows as "America's Next Top Model," "Veronica Mars" and "Everybody Hates Chris," as well as WB programs "Beauty and the Geek," "Smallville" and "Gilmore Girls."

Verrrrrry interesting.
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So, I'm currently toying with a couple of fic ideas and I have a couple of random questions I need help with...

1. Was there or was there not a BSG ep where Apollo was in the shower? If so, which one? Also, any other scenes that take place in the Galactica bathrooms/locker rooms would be helpful. (Can ya'll guess what this is for? *whistles innocently*)

2. I'm desperately in need of examples of famous love triangles in literature. Preferably two guys competing over a girl, a la Pretty in Pink, but, you know, older and in a book (or play).

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