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October 18 2005

(SPOILER) Adam Baldwin Q &A at Dallas Comic Con. 7 1/2 minutes of video clips of Adam Baldwin's Q & A at 16 October 2005's Dallas Comic Con. MAJOR Serenity SPOILER ON PAGE and in video.

While it was previously reported that only Joss would be doing a DVD commentary, Adam says that he is, and implies that other cast members will be, working on a DVD commentary track "soon."

OMG - he has a convention wardrobe. I think he wore the same shirt at the Booster Bash and in Toronto.
Maybe he has many identical shirts! When he was in Toronto, he had come straight from Edinburgh, so I'm sure we could find pictures of the shirt there. But what I appreciate is that he is always wearing Firefly/Serenity Tshirts - generally that fans had given him.
Maybe someone should donate a stylist to James and Adam, so they can tell them it's okay to vary their wardrobe! :~P Or maybe just a live in 'woman' to go, "You're wearing *that*....*again*??" (We could send them to the Fab Five, but then the net would explode with the gravity of slash!)

It's a time-honored tradition among girlfriends and wives to say, "Look, sweetie, I know that's your favorite, but...." Not that I've had to do that...no...no way...not my hubby...*ahem*.
It's actually quite typical of convention guest to have a weekend bag packed with the same clothes, they wear to each convention. It's just funny cause normally it takes longer for some convention guest to figure that out. I was just surprised that Adam had grabbed onto the idea so quickly. As for the t-shirts that fans gave him, that comes as no surprise a lot of guest wear items the fans have given them, especially to conventions. It's kind of like a person wearing something a family member has given them when they are around.
It's kind of like a person wearing something a family member has given them when they are around.

Ah, or like putting out family photos whenever they're around...not that I've ever done that!

It's actually quite typical of convention guest to have a weekend bag packed with the same clothes, they wear to each convention.

I wonder why. Just makes it look like they can't afford clothes! I'd imagine it's probably less prevalent with the women, but I haven't a clue since I've been to all of one real 'verse convention. I just assume women, particularly actresses, are more concerned about their looks and clothes. I can totally see the men just sniffing something before shoving it in a bag!
I can totally see the men just sniffing something before shoving it in a bag!


Hey! We know how to use a washing machine! ;)

But, indeed, as far as I am concern I choose my clothes taking the first one that comes on the shelf (the one where I put my clean stuff!).
Hey! We know how to use a washing machine!

Speak for yourself, I know plenty of men that have turned white things pink because they think they can just chuck it all in together! :~P But if you can do your own wash, you are truly a remarkable man!
RS, getting Adam on Queer Eye would be great publicity for Serenity. Someone get on that!

[ edited by electricspacegirl on 2005-10-18 19:18 ]
Further evidence that I'm just not a girl. I sometimes wear the same thing two days in a row, especially if I go places where people didn't see what I wore the day before. I've pretty much always been casual about my appearance. I don't wear makeup (that's actually not uncommon in Portland, OR - we're Slacker Central) and I have wash-n-go hair. I like it that way. I need to be low maintance because having to take too long in the bathroom annoys the crap out of me.

Back to the topic at hand. I loved these clips. I especially love [MAJOR SERENITY SPOILER] That was hi-larious.
ESG, you don't sound non-girly, just practical.
Well, I took a psych test (forgot what it's called) and it did say I'm very feminine. Probably because I'm sensitive and write poetry and stuff. But I've always thought I had a bit of a tomboy in me.

Speak for yourself, I know plenty of men that have turned white things pink because they think they can just chuck it all in together!


What? 'Cos you can't chuck all your clothes together in the washing machine?? ;)

More seriously, the secret is to have only "casual" clothes, the one strong enough to last 5-10 years and not loose their color.

:~P But if you can do your own wash, you are truly a remarkable man!


Never had any doubt about it. :P


Further evidence that I'm just not a girl. I sometimes wear the same thing two days in a row, especially if I go places where people didn't see what I wore the day before.


Isn't that common? Don't everybody do the same? ;)


I've pretty much always been casual about my appearance. I don't wear makeup (that's actually not uncommon in Portland, OR - we're Slacker Central)


OK, and then, for more serious stuff: I was talking about a (female) friend a few months ago, and although she seemed quite casual this day, she told me that she nevertheless had some "base makeup" (I don't know the english word for "fond de tein") and that no woman, whatever she might say, would show herself after waking up without having put at least this in the bathroom.

I am quite pleased, ESG, that you prove her wrong, 'cos that was bothering me to think that no woman could live without at least a little bit of makeup!

And now, is anyone else quite a little bit disturbed that a topic starting with Adam Baldwin (quite masculine), a man who played Jayne (even more masculine!), ends up talking about washing delicate clothes in a machine and using makeup in the morning?
Well, then let me toss this picture into the mix. Adam and a Baby at Dallas Comic Con

[ edited by Lioness on 2005-10-18 23:48 ]
Le Comite, I learned a long time ago that when you start wearing make up, people get used to that, so when they see you without it you look sick or tired. I just never started wearing it. And if I tried, I didn't know how to. Better no makeup than bad makeup, I always said.

Also, many people have said I don't need it. Born with long eyelashes and I have good skin because I'm always drinking water.

Lioness, cute picture! Adams so sweet. Now all this discussion makes me want to see Jayne have to dress in drag in order to pull off some kinda crazy heist. Hey, Mal did it...twice!
Didn't Joss say Adam wanted to wear a kilt next?

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