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December 14 2002

More immediate assistance. To help persuade UPN to pick up Firefly, consider sending them a postcard.

This message was posted by Kristen of fireflysupport.com at Bronzebeta.

"Firefly: Immediate Assistance Campaign Update

As you may have heard, FOX will not be ordering new episodes of "Firefly." But we're not giving up that easily!

Joss & Co. are hoping to persuade UPN to buy the show -- and we want to help.

What we need are postcards by the truckload going to Les Moonves and Dawn Tarnofsky-Ostroff. You can send any kind of postcards you'd like to but we thought it would be a nice touch if the cards had a certain uniformity.

There is now a PDF up. (If you have trouble with that file, please try this jpeg.) It's an 8.5 x 11 sheet of postcards that feature the Variety Ad. You can print the document onto cardstock, cut them into fours and, voila, four handy postcards.

Postcards should be mailed to:

Les Moonves
CBS
7800 Beverly Blvd.
3rd floor
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Dawn Tarnofsky-Ostroff
President, Entertainment (CEO)
United Paramount Network
11800 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90025

On the back, let them know how much you enjoyed the show while it was on FOX, and how eager you are for it to find a home with UPN. Keep things upbeat and positive, so they'll know what classy fans Joss and his crew will be bringing to the network! Some ideas for things to mention: your favorite episode, why the show moves you, why you think the show has potential, etc.

Our two catchwords now are: VOLUME and SPEED. We need a lot of postcards on their desks really damn fast.
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