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Sunday, August 17, 2008



Link spam, spam, spam, spam, wonderful linkspam!


New York Times: Is Jon Stewart the Most Trusted Man in America?

Photo from Half-Blood Prince: The Unbreakable Vow scene. Is it okay if I just paste photos of Lucy Saxon over Narcissa Malfoy's head in every frame of the movie? Because SO MUCH NO. I dig her coat, though. I want a coat like that.

And speaking of the Malfoy sisters, a fanart rec: Makani presents Bella meets Bella

This Just In: Cosplaying Makes You Undateable! Funny that I get hit on the most when I'm dressed as a fictional character. Clearly, eHarmony doesn't understand that cosplayers generally aren't interested in dating the kind of person that would pass up on a photo of us in cosplay gear.



I'd date me.

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Thursday, March 13, 2008




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Tuesday, February 12, 2008



It's official: WGA strike is over! 92.5% of guild vote in favor of strike's end. *does a groovy dance* I offer my heartfelt congratulations to the brave writers who stood their ground for fair treatment and fiscal compensation for themselves and for future generations of writers, despite knowing they would suffer financial losses in the process that will likely never be recouped. I thank the members of the SGA, show crews, and more, who stood in solidarity with the writers even though they themselves would see none of the benefits of the strike, risking their livelihoods in the process.

Check out this Variety article for the status of your favourite Network shows, but here are mine:

Pushing Daisies: Renewal called a "no-brainer," as it's one of ABC's top-rated scripted performers. Received a 13-episode pickup, as is standard practice among frosh skeins. Will wait until September before making a grand re-entrance, so ABC can give it a proper relaunch.

House: Fox plans to extend the regular TV season in order to take advantage of late-delivered episodes from shows including "House."

Heroes: With its elaborate serialized storyline, it is expected to take the summer to regroup. It will return in the fall.

Does anyone know of a good article that addresses cable and other pay channels? I'd like to know what to expect regarding Psych (season finale this Friday, WOE!), Burn Notice, and Dexter.


I'm currently watching what I imagine is the last episode of A Daily Show, assuming this means Jon's writers and the absent The will come back tomorrow. Yay for showing viewers how utterly crazypants Huckabee is. How the heck is he still in the race?

Of course, I can't stomach McCain either. MY REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS: YOU CANNOT HAVE THEM. Hands off my Roe v. Wade, you 71-year-old man! Shouldn't you be old enough to remember the outrageous death rate due to septic complications of pregnancy as a result of illegal, unsafe abortion? A problem that has been virtually eliminated today? Even if abortion is illegalized, abortions will still happen. Except the end result will be a dramatically increased number of women who suffer severe ramifications to their health, sometimes leading to infertility or death? Just read this doctor's truly heroic story.

And when did this entry stop being about the writers' strike and start being about me soapboxing for reproductive choice? Uh... Hey! Jon Stewart is hosting the Oscars again! Sweet!

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Monday, January 07, 2008



The Daily Show and The Colbert Report return tonight, sans writers! Let the madness begin! I'm imagining Stephen with an uproariously ridiculous fake Strike Beard, perhaps in the style of a different famous political leader each time they return from commercial break.

In the meantime, there is hope on the horizon! The WGA and United Artists have agreed to sign an interim deal, allowing striking feature writers to begin work for the studio -- and opening the door for other indies such as the Weinstein Co. and Lionsgate to follow suit.

This should put pressure on other studios to do the same, lest they fall behind. HECK YES.

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Friday, December 21, 2007




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