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March 14 2008

Matt Roush moderating Paley Buffy Reunion Panel. He also invites even more questions.

Personally I'd love to read in depth interviews with the participants after the panel, with time for all the best questions :)

That is just perfect. Matt has been, and continues to be, among the biggest fans and advocates of all things Buffy. We lurve him!
I'm soooo jealous of him. As a Buffy fan, he will do a great job.
Matt is definitely a great pick.

ETA: Though of course, the greatest pick would be me.

*patiently waits for the Paley Center to call*

[ edited by UnpluggedCrazy on 2008-03-14 18:20 ]
YES! I LOVE matt's column. I hope I see Ausiello there too. I think this was a perfect choice for the moderator :)
I'm so glad it's Matt Roush doing this. With his love for Buffy and how long he's been reporting on it, he's the perfect choice.
Perfect choice. Well done Paley.
Will Matt moderate anyone else, like maybe "Mad Men", which features Christina Hendricks, Vincent Kartheiser, and the guy who sleeps on a bed of money? I sure hope so!
Though of course, the greatest pick would be me.

*patiently waits for the Paley Center to call*


Hi, you'll need to take a number. The line starts back over there. No, keep going... out the door... yep, down the block there...
Think about it, Unplugged and Sunfire. Matt Roush is beloved by Buffy fans, for now. But he's got 13 panelists, most with their own personal rabid fans, and one hour to dole out to all. I can't think of anyone better to do it, but he may not be so enviable.
I'm really glad that there's someone moderating this who is an actual fan. And who is taking the time to catch up on the latest developments in the story, too.

I certainly don't envy him the task- I mean, the applause and crazy snapshot frenzy alone when the cast all appear together will probably take up half of the hour!
Yeah, but, but...dreamlogic...I'd get to meet Joss! And like half of my heroes! Efficency be damned!

And Sunfire, are you sure the line is outside? I mean, seriously, just tell me where to stand, but it being outside just seems a little...but hey, who am I to judge, right? Hey, I need to ask you another...wait, why is the door locked now?
I went to the "Pushing Daisies" panel @ The Paley Festival tonight. The President of the Center said that all the panels would be available on their website for viewing in their entirety. She also said that the Buffy panel would be streamed LIVE.

I apologize if this is not news. I haven't seen it if it's here somewhere.

[ edited by kdavid323 on 2008-03-16 08:03 ]
kdavid, I was there as well and I definitely think it is new info that the Buffy panel will be streamed live.
Streaming?

Fucking awesome.
Live streaming = dreams come true.

Think about it, Unplugged and Sunfire. Matt Roush is beloved by Buffy fans, for now. But he's got 13 panelists, most with their own personal rabid fans, and one hour to dole out to all. I can't think of anyone better to do it, but he may not be so enviable.

Hm. I just meant "shyeah, who doesn't want to ask this panel questions about Buffy?" I never thought about potential antagonism. Do you really think people will be annoyed with him? That kind of boggles my mind, actually.

Not enough to give UPC back his place in the imaginary line, though. No siree. Plus, I am not beloved by the fandom, so I figure I start ahead in this. I ain't got nuthin to lose. ;)
Wait, now I don't even have a place in the imaginary outside line?!

*weeps openly*
You do! It's just not as close as it was the first time. You're totally in the line.
Oh, okay. Glad we've got this all sorted out. ;-)
I think that Roush guy won already, though. But we get to watch it on the interweb!

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