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Calendar Events / Announcements '06 I / Re: Happy Birthday, Nancy!
« on: June 14, 2006, 04:35:13 PM »
Nancy darling, Happy Birthday!

cheers Steve

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Current Talk '06 I / Re: boys club vs. girls club
« on: June 14, 2006, 03:52:20 PM »
In my note on this thread, I inexplicably failed to mention the fabulous John Karlen.  It goes without saying that I adore him, and I think watching him do his thing with his various characters is a GAS!  My favorite is the original 1967 Willie Loomis.  His characterization of the much different Parallel Time counterpart, Will, was truly fascinating.

G.

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Current Talk '06 I / Re: The Slideshow For June 13th Episodes...
« on: June 13, 2006, 11:36:24 PM »
Just curious--as of June 27th, if memory serves, you'll be back to the starting point; are you planning on displaying all the slide shows again over the next coming year to continue the celebration?

I'm sure I'm not the only Board member who would enjoy the opportunity to see these again.

G.

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Current Talk '06 I / Re: boys club vs. girls club
« on: June 13, 2006, 04:01:30 PM »
It cuts across gender for me.  In general, I'm in the girls club, in that when Grayson, or Joan, or Clarice, or Nancy are on screen, they rivet my attention.  But the same goes for Thayer, Louis (I've become a HUGE fan of 1966 Roger), Humbert (especially Nicholas--I find Charles Dawson a crashing bore by and large), and, to a degree, Frid and Selby.  I tend to watch Briscoe, Crothers and any other male SYT onscreen more as a sex object but every once in awhile one of the boys will get some juicy bit of business (or take his shirt off--LOL!  I think DS must have been the very first soap that had its male ingenues shedding their shirts.  A pioneer in beefcake, too!)  I do wish Buzz had become a regular.  I can see Julia hiring Buzz to ferry her between Wyndcliffe, the Old House, and Points West.  "Oh, Buzz, Buzz, you mad, incorrigible boy, Buzz!" "Aw, Doc, shucks!  If ya feel it, SIT IT!"  I would crawl across broken glass...

And then, of course, in a class all his own comes Craig Slocum!! Isn't he divine?  *sigh*

Cheers, G.

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She has a few good moments in the show--notably at the beginning when she appears in a white lab coat!  By and large, though, it's a wasted opportunity.  Much, much better was her guest appearance on The Man from UNCLE.

She is actually on camera A LOT on The Girl from UNCLE, though, so it's a must for cultists of the Divine One.

Is The American Life Channel running both The Man and The Girl from UNCLE?  I wonder when, if ever, we will see a DVD release of those shows?

G.

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Claude, honey, you crack me up!

I didn't know that about Warners, but it seems fairly typical of the firm.

G.

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Everwood??? Good golly,what's up with THAT?

I utterly fail to understand the bizarre permutations of 21st century pop culture.

Too bad the people who wanted to request the release of the DS pilot weren't able to make their voices heard.

G.

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Current Talk '06 I / Re: DVD Volume 26
« on: June 06, 2006, 04:08:31 PM »
I'd buy it if Grayson's Playtex commercial were included among the extras. But of course, it won't be.

Just let you all know how demented I REALLY am where the Divine One is concerned...

G.

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Current Talk '06 I / Re: The June 5th Episodes
« on: June 06, 2006, 04:06:13 PM »
Those are both beautiful shots.  I adore Thayer's work as both our Professor Stokes and "mad scientist/occultist" Tim Stokes.

Thanks for sharing them!

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '06 I / Re: Happy Birthday to Sandor!
« on: June 05, 2006, 09:07:26 PM »
Hey Sandor, hope you enjoyed your birthday surprise of walking into the Master Bedroom (tee hee) to find Chris Jennings curled up with a big red satin bow tied in a very special place!

Happy Belated Birthday, my friend!

Steve

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Calendar Events / Announcements '06 I / Re: New DS Audio Dramas on CD
« on: June 05, 2006, 09:00:12 PM »
What fun!  Being the Board Grump when it comes to new product, nobody will be surprised to hear me complain that I wish they had gotten the rights to Bob Cobert's original score... now, THAT would have given it that DS feel!  Still, this sounds as if it will be a lot of fun.

Am I the only one mildly hysterical to see that episode four is written by a gentleman named Scott WOODARD!

Julia... remember somebody...

Vengeance draws near, indeed!

G.

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Current Talk '06 I / Re: Parallel Time
« on: June 02, 2006, 08:05:53 PM »
I thought that PT Angelique was a psychotic sociopath, full stop.  And, clumsy as Cass/Angelique often was in her spellcraft, PT Angelique's spells had all the finesse and control of a chainsaw on acid.

I didn't really get that PT Angelique was angrier; just completely out to lunch.  I wish [spoiler]they had done more with the storyline that hinted that Hoffman and Ang had been lovers at one time.  There were several hints about that during the first week of PT shows, but it was dropped when everybody came back from making the movie; probably because they realized they would never be able to get anything more explicit past the network's censors.

I thought it was interesting that in our time, Julia Hoffman fell in love with Barnabas and more or less helped him redeem his humanity.  The result of PT's Hoffman's love for Angelique went in the opposite direction--if anything, Hoffman encouraged Angelique to indulge her own monstrous ego and swollen vanity to excess.  There was one scene in the later part of the storyline where this is shown more or less explicitly, but I don't think you have gotten there yet, Buzz.[/spoiler]

G. 

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Hi Buzz, it was shown late Sunday afternoon, I think, in T'town.  I missed it because I needed to get home.  Actually, they might have only shown a clip from it in T'town.  Since I missed it (and my curiosity about the whole affair is at a rather low level), I'm not sure.  Perhaps someone who was there will chime in about it.

G.

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$65 for the Banquet made me raise my eyebrows.

You might want to eat on your own before that "meal" is served... just my two drachmae!

G.

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In Tarrytown, the pilot was shown on Sunday afternoon, which is the slot they seem to reserve for the "big draw" events.  However, if they're going to have a live on stage thing, the pilot may have to be bumped to a Sat. slot.  Who knows.

Just remember, no matter what it says on the printed schedule, it is ALL subject to change at the last minute.

G.

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