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I resurrected Catherine Parker because I'm a pretender.

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I haven't watched an episode of Alias in over twenty-four hours. I'm going through withdrawal.

Ramblings of an obsession-riddled mind. )
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Day 07 - Least favorite episode of your favorite t.v show
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Day 06 - Favorite episode of your favorite t.v show
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Day 04 - Your favorite show ever
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1. Do you remember your first ever thing you were fannish about as a wee one?
2. What fandom was your first (fan fic) reading fandom?
3. Are you very monofannish or a fickle fannish butterfly?
4. Did you ever feel really fannish and obsessed about a tv show/movie/book, etc. but without having the desire to write/read fan fic?
5. Did you ever have a fandom that was totally ruined for you by canon and/or fandom politics?
6. Where were you fannishly in 2003?
7. Where were you fannishly in 2005?

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Apr. 19th, 2009 10:15 pm
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from [livejournal.com profile] fandomsecrets post #835

This is funny for two reasons:

1) I didn't make it.
2) My picspam from last night was done in comic form before I saw this and I thought it worked out OK.

And, really, the thought almost appeals to me more than a novel, despite my complete inability to read graphic novels/comic books and pay attention to the artwork at the same time. My Pretender fanship has always been a very visual thing for me, even within fanfic (I always looked forward to the cast pages in the Virtual Series). In fact, whenever I cap/icon an episode, it always occurs to me just how pretty the show was. I'd like to think there'd be some darned epic artwork in a Pretender graphic novel. I... almost want to learn how to draw comic artwork, just to try and put something together. Some visuals (because I've got them handy):


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...I'm gonna post some things that have helped cheer me up a bit.

First, this photo gallery. It's Television Without Pity's Brilliant But Cancelled: Sci Fi and Supernatural Shows That Were Axed Too Soon. It has The Pretender! I've been conditioned to expect people to write off Pretender as an X Files rip off or some such. Or, of course, my personal favorite 'The Pretender? Never heard of it.' So, over the years, I've clicked on lists like the one above, without ever really expecting tP to get a mention. It's more than a little awesome that it has this time, and on such a snark-filled website as TWoP.

Second, this. Oh. My. Gosh. Thisthisthis. I preordered it on Amazon the second I found out (from this lovely blog).

Mr Brown? Book signing? Boston? Please?


Um, yeah.

Apr. 6th, 2009 08:56 pm
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Several weeks ago, I decided to swear off spoilers for House. I started toying with the idea right around Joy, but it took me a while to build up the willpower needed not to click on the lj cut links. Well, I'm... sort of starting to question whether swearing off spoilers is a good idea. I've got so used to spoilers kind of, I don't know... softening the blow certain plot lines may cause. I mean, really used to it. I've been reading spoilers since The Pretender was on the air. It's just part of the TV experience for me.

Spoilery only in the implication of plot twists. )
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[Error: unknown template qotd]Gosh... You've Got Mail? No, it makes me think of fall more than Christmas. Um, I couldn't get away with Die Hard could I? OK, maybe Love Actually or A Muppet Christmas Carol. Or The Poseidon Adventure for New Years. I think I have more favorite holiday-themed TV episodes, if by favorite I mean they make me feel like it's Christmas. Like Not Even a Mouse for Pretender or Fountain for So Weird. I watch those and it is Christmas. My ultimate holiday-themed thing right now is She Loves Me. What I would give to be able to see last summer's production of that again. I'm really missing it.


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