Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween!

From your friends at LTA. :-) Anyone know where I can get a red wig a la Truth Be Told??
-SRG

9 comments:

Page48 said...

Hmmm, red wig...I think you could find one in a garbage pail in the janitor's room in the basement at the ABC building, next to a stack of unused Season 6 plot outlines...unless it got thrown out!

How's that for depressing?

SRG said...

ouch, cheer up page, go get some candy. :-P

uncle111 said...

I don't know where you can get a red wig, but Syd's Alice costume sold on eBay a few weeks ago.

Robetron said...

Looking at the picture...

Is it too redundant to say Jen made a beautiful Alice?

Page48 said...

Go ask Alice, when she's 10 feet tall!

uncle111 said...

Recent Sydney wardrobe item on eBay:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140278165404&ssPageName=ADME:B:WNA:US:1123

Page48 said...

Dang, it's a slow week for TV, with everything on hiatus for the coronation.

I watched the first instalment of a BBC thriller mini-series called "The Last Enemy" last night. It's been running on PBS for a while, but I never remember to tune in, so I'm relying on downloads to watch it.

Episode 1 was very entertaining, lots of state of the art technology as well as a very "Alias"-worthy storyline involving disease, dead drops, surveillance, disappearing people, conspiracy, assassinations, secret agendas, and the always popular people-chasing-people-chasing-people.

The Brits, when they're on their game, are very good at the espionage/conspiracy type of drama, and I hope the rest of this mini-series is as enjoyable as the first episode.

Page48 said...

Well, "Fringe" has yet to live up to its thriller billing, so the next show I have to look forward to test-driving is "Dollhouse", due in January.

One thing I like about Joss Whedon, aside from the delightful "Firefly", is the fact that, when a TV series is cancelled or just runs out of steam, he just carries on the series using another medium, namely comics.

"Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 8" and "Serenity: Better Days" are Whedon's way of saying "it ain't over till I say it's over", and I really admire his passion for continuing to tell the stories he wants to tell, whether network TV cares to participate or not.

That being said, comic books are no substitute for 22 episodes of brilliant TV.

Bonkers for Bristow said...

Since it's a slow week, why don't we do a meet-n-greet. I think I know who some of you are and where you come from, but it would be interesting to see how wrong I am.

I'll start. I'm a 37 year old female living in a western suburb of Chicago. I work as an Executive Assistant and have been at my job for 8 years. I'm married without two legged kids, but have four cats whom I consider part of my family.

Did I surprise any of you or is that what you figured from my posts?