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September 29 2005

Radio Discussion About Serenity, and TV vs. Movies, on The Movie Show. [ edited by SoddingNancyTribe on 2005-09-29 18:39 ]

There is a movie Critic named Mike Mayo who I bugged to watch FF. He finally did and was hooked. He cohosts " The Movie Show on Radio", a syndicated program. Mike sent me the following email yesterday:

"And, again, thanks so much for turning me on to Firefly. I really think it's one of the most enjoyable things I've seen recently. And because Serenity is opening this week, we're going to be talking about TV and movies. Which medium is really providing more entertainment these days; why some actors can work well on both while others can't... that sort of thing. Hope you can listen or post an opinion.


Having been in the DVD dept for a while at my previous job I loved listening to their radio show. They are down to earth and discuss movies how the everyday person sees them and take listener calls. You can also download the Podcasts later. I'm hoping some of us will be free to listen in Saturday or even call in!

In Boston it's on 96.9 on Saturday nights.

Could you put most of that description in the 'extended description' slot? It's a bit lengthy for frontpage, or maybe it's just me!
Please link your thread to the website you're pointing.
And what Rogue Slayer just said.

[ edited by Numfar PTB on 2005-09-29 18:25 ]
What Rogue Slayer said. It's a story worth posting but should be posted differently, methinks....
whedonite37, thanks for the info. However, you should read more closely the page on how to post a story. You need to include the URL, provide a summary, and use correct punctuation. Thanks.

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