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February 13 2009

Joss answers NY Times readers' questions. Eight quick audio responses to the fan questions they let us submit a few days ago.

#1. "On his preference for strong female characters..."

lol
He mentioned costume dramas again!
#1. "On his preference for strong female characters..."

*thud*
I like that he points out that Dr. Horrible sing-alongs can have two in one, if you also sing along to Commentary! The Musical. I like that because I've been blabbing about hoping people do that ever since Commentary! came out.
You and me both, Bix. I remember throwing that in here semi-seriously when 'Commentary!' was first announced :).
#1. "On his preference for strong female characters..."

But where's the iPod question?!
You and me both, Bix. I remember throwing that in here semi-seriously when 'Commentary!' was first announced :).

I just want to see a theater full of Joss' fans singing "Heart, Broken", because, you know, weird.
Yeah. And funny.
His pronunciation of "worser" was just... sweet. And you gotta love "I gotta a lot of pulp in this blood." 'Cause, ya know, funny and nutritious.
I love how that supposed photo with "Felicia Day far right, on Buffy the Vampire Slayer"...isnt even her...way to go NYtimes.
Yeah I laughed at that as well..

I was a little disappointed about the way they did the question/answer thing. I get that a lot of people posted questions and there's a time issue but it seemed far too general and not specific enough. I wish it was more “Q/A Scott Allie Slayalive Style” :(
Yeah, those clearly were not really specific questions. It's the same kind of stuff he would have said in any interview.
aus-mitch, yeah I sent them feedback with that correction. :P
I figured they just asked a bunch of questions and took bites from the interview grouped by subject; sometimes there seems to be a cut in the soundbites, as if there was some other text spoken in between. Did somebody else also notice the noise in the background? It almost seemed as if the interview was held in a corner of a large room filled with other people.

Finally I must add that I loved the photo accompanying the last question.
Well, the feedback must have worked, cause that's Felicia now. Scene where Kennedy called Chloe a maggot.
Love to hear Joss talk. That was fun fun fun til my daddy took the T-Bird away.
His pronunciation of "worser" was just... sweet. And you gotta love "I gotta a lot of pulp in this blood." 'Cause, ya know, funny and nutritious.

Lol, QuoterGal. ;)

Love to hear Joss talk.

You and me both, TonyaJ.

I actually liked this. But...

I'm sorry. I can't concentrate.

DOLLHOUSE IS HERE!!! YAY!

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