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November 02 2007

The Guild: Episode 4. Felicia Day's (Vi, on BtVS) webshow "The Guild" has its 4th episode up on YouTube.

Make no mistake about it..."The Guild" rocks. Seriously.
It does indeed. Hilarious stuff.
This is really shaping up to be a hilarious series. One of the best on YouTube right now. The comedic chemistry between these guys is fascinating. I wish they could do segments that were longer than just a few minutes. Ifn I were god, this show would be an hour long comedy series on a high fallootin cable network, and there'd be enough budget to show them in the virtual world too - lotsa hilarity in the idea of combining virtual experience with face to face interraction.
It is rather fab, isn't it? Very funny with great timing from all the actors but too short!
Too long between episodes!
This is such great stuff! Clever dialogue, wonderful comedic actors. I hope this gives Felicia Day's career a big boost.

I'm not sure if it was linked to before, but their NSFW Guild Gag Reel is also up at YouTube.
The reason there's such a long time in between episodes is because there was never enough money to produce each new episode for a while. But they have enough for the next two eps, so that shouldn't take as long. ANd this info is straight from the source, btw. Felicia.

Ifn I were god, this show would be an hour long comedy series on a high fallootin cable network, and there'd be enough budget to show them in the virtual world too - lotsa hilarity in the idea of combining virtual experience with face to face interraction.
ZachsMind | November 02, 23:28 CET


If I were god writers would be paid more and there wouldn't be a strike.

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