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25 October 2010 @ 09:08 pm
Zombie Invasion...and Program Your DVRs!  
Or, for you lucky people who have the far more superior Tivo...Program Your Tivos!

Tomorrow night, 8pm on FOX, "Glee" is doing a Rocky Horror Picture Show episode. I'm going to go out on a limb here and say it will be awesome and even if you don't watch the TV show "Glee,"...you should watch this episode. Because...ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW! I mean, come on.

Saturday, the 30th, beginning at 12 noon - tune in to Comedy Central for a LIVE Broadcast of THE RALLY TO RESTORE SANITY and/or FEAR!! Brought to you from The National Mall in Washington DC, by The Daily Show With Jon Stewart and that guy Stephen something. No, no, I love you too, Colbert.

Go to the Rally! Or watch the Rally live on TV! Or program the Rally on your DVRs! Or, if you are terribly busy that day, just support the Rally by donating to The National Mall, cuz they are gonna fuck that shit up. Rally news, bus organizations and car pool info, and a link on how to donate to The National Mall, can all be found at the official site.

Or, if you are more into Keeping Fear Alive - join Stephen Colbert and The March To Keep Fear Alive!

And on Sunday, since I am shocked to find there are still people out there who don't know about this..."The Walking Dead" premieres. Yes, it's based on the comics. Yes, it's very "28 Days Later". (What's up with that, who knows? Did 28 Days Later totally steal that whole opening scene from The Walking Dead comics or what?) And it is absolutely the Zombie Apocalypse! Plus, LENNIE JAMES...that man has a sexy voice. Hi, Hawkins, hi! Oh, yes, on AMC, Sunday at 10pm. (It's in the "Mad Men" slot, which cracks me up because it conjures to my cracked out brain the image of Don Draper as a zombie. Bet he could still get laid though.)

And check out how they plan to promote "The Walking Dead" by staging ZOMBIE INVASIONS in major cities around the world - um, looks like tomorrow, the 26th. At subways and the like...and for anyone in America, the zombies are coming to LA, NY, DC, Boston, San Francisco & Chicago! The Zombies Are Coming!

On a final note, we have finished the Buffy Season Three extras and have moved on to Angel Season One. We just did the pilot commentary and omg...Joss Whedon and David Greenwalt are so Bestest Best Friends that it squishes my insides! And when Cordelia looks around that guy's office and notices the dark curtains and the no mirrors and is all, "You're a vampire!" - heehee. I think the quote is, "I'm from Sunnydale, mister. We have a Hellmouth!" Oh, Cordy.

Also, as soon as Christian Kane made his first appearance on the screen, my sister just starts giggling uncontrollably. Christian has that effect on women. Plus, I noticed how curly his hair was, even when it was so short. Also, Angel's spiky ridiculous hair is so ridiculous. I bet Christian mocked David for it endlessly.

That is all.

Edited To Say: My sister doesn't giggle over Shirtless!Christian Kane - (as he is known around here, regardless of whether he is wearing a shirt or not) - because she is so madly in love with him...but rather because he had his 5XEverything hairstyle. Remember when he was in that boy band with Jensen, which is totally trufax?

Also, the credits tell me Josh Holloway was in the pilot as "Good Looking Guy", but I didn't see him. Someone point out the scene to me so I won't have to go looking, cuz I'm lazy. Thanks.

Now, that is all.
Ironlily - Making My Marquevikingprincess on October 26th, 2010 01:21 am (UTC)
My love for Doyle will never, ever die. *sniffle*
dodger_sister: alexis-mummy_daydreamdodger_sister on October 28th, 2010 10:38 am (UTC)
I only watched "Angel" in re-runs. So I started watching when they wrapped back around to the pilot and I was immediately in love with Doyle. Like, immediately. And after three eps, I mentioned it to a friend, who didn't know that I hadn't seen all of "Angel" when it was originally on. So she says, "Oh, it's so sad when he dies..." and I was so upset. I refused to watch anymore. I switched over to the station re-running "Buffy" and watched that instead.

And then when I finally did watch "Angel", it took me forever to warm up to Wesley - (who I adore and love and want to totally sex up now) - because my heart was so broken over Doyle. Of course, later on, Wesley breaks my heart to infinite, so...

Doyle's tragedy makes it all the worse for what happened with the actor.

That is my Doyle story. I will love him forever. /sigh/
Ironlily - Making My Marquevikingprincess on October 28th, 2010 11:14 am (UTC)
Ooh, ouch, that spoiler would have mad me stop, too. Fortunately, I was not spoiled even though I started watching Angel on DVD with a friend partway through the series.