All right, yes, date and shop and hang out and go to school and save the world from unspeakable demons. You know, I wanna do girlie stuff!

Buffy ,'Same Time, Same Place'


Spoilage Lite - The Return

[NAFDA] The place for casting and other vague spoilers, for those who merely want to wade, not drown, in the spoiler sea. Episode titles, writers, and preview speculation in black font. Exiting cast, TV Guide and other entertainment articles and their discussion white-fonted. Hard core spoilers are not allowed.


Thomash - Nov 07, 2004 9:43:42 am PST #8 of 3639
I have a plan.

Grifter maybe?


Vonnie K - Nov 07, 2004 9:49:44 am PST #9 of 3639
Kiss me, my girl, before I'm sick.

Well, he's cocky and sleazy enough, but I don't know whether he could be smooth enough to pull off a big game. He was probably a small-time crook.

Although, there seem to be some intimations that Sawyer is smarter than he appears, so who knows? I may be surprised.


DXMachina - Nov 07, 2004 11:00:01 am PST #10 of 3639
You always do this. We get tipsy, and you take advantage of my love of the scientific method.

Maybe he's actually a distinguished professor of English at an Ivy League school who just like pissing people off. I'll bet the accent's fake, too.


Matt the Bruins fan - Nov 07, 2004 11:16:01 am PST #11 of 3639
everyone's anti-godzilla until there's a 200,000 ton boat that can't be moved

From all the attitude New England is giving the South lately, his accent could be genuine and explain why he's so pissed off all the time. Can't be easy to be known as "Professor Hillbilly" at Harvard or MIT these days.


sumi - Nov 07, 2004 11:20:15 am PST #12 of 3639
Art Crawl!!!

Woo hoo!

I'm glad the thread is back. Even though I did not vote this time.

"Confidence Man"? Do we know who wrote it?


DCJensen - Nov 07, 2004 12:29:24 pm PST #13 of 3639
2020: We will speak of it no longer. Ptui!

"Confidence Man"? Do we know who wrote it?

Damon Lindelof, the co-creator of the show.


SailAweigh - Nov 07, 2004 12:55:38 pm PST #14 of 3639
Nana korobi, ya oki. (Fall down seven times, stand up eight.) ~Yuzuru Hanyu/Japanese proverb

I haven't really been paying attention to the writers, other than Fury. Have we had any repeat writers yet? Or have all the episodes been done by different pens so far?


Vonnie K - Nov 07, 2004 2:15:21 pm PST #15 of 3639
Kiss me, my girl, before I'm sick.

Have we had any repeat writers yet?

Damon Lindelof co-wrote the pilot with Abrams, as welll as writing the Kate-centric ep. No. 3, "Tabula Rasa".

And Fury wrote the episode after "Confidence Man", which is supposed to be Sayid-centric.

I have to say, the writing in the last episode felt noticeably weaker to me compared to what came before. I mean, the one before that at least had some excellent one-liners by Charlie.

Has the New Drew written anything yet? And Petrie must be available now that Tru Calling has been cancelled, right?


Wolfram - Nov 07, 2004 3:29:40 pm PST #16 of 3639
Visilurking

Warning: Content-free post.

Woohoo!!!!!

Of course I'm behind on all my tv so I'll see y'all when I catch up a bit.


Vonnie K - Nov 09, 2004 12:00:27 pm PST #17 of 3639
Kiss me, my girl, before I'm sick.

Chat transcript with Kristen Bell (from Veronica Mars) at E!Online: [link]

Some of the questions are typically inane, ("Kristen, you are a wonderful actress! You're another Jennifer Garner and Sarah Michelle Gellar, and I think that you deserve a Emmy nomination! How does that make you feel?" ::rolls eys::) but Bell sounds laid back and gracious. Vague hint-ish type things for future development within, and no outright plot spoilers that I can see.

Also, it says Alias is moving to 9 pm Wednesday, to follow the lead-in by Lost. I'm kinda sorta watching Jack and Bobby at that time, damnit. Annoyance.