The E! online link isn't working for me. I just get a link to the videos. :(
Cleo embedded the interview video in this post
, if that helps. (EDIT: Which she got from ONTD
, which they got from the source, I think.)Edited at 2008-11-26 08:52 pm (UTC)
I have to tell you that I about fell off of my chair when you quoted the lyric from Avenue Q.
It has special meaning to us, ever since Dayna's husband and I glared meaningfully at her when that track came on the CD player.
Also because I don't leave the apartment.
Re: Chain of Memories is a cop-out, but then again so was the original game. Basically, the writers went through the script of Kingdom Hearts I and replaced every instance of the word "heart" with the word "memory." The only reason to play it is the cool battle system (which can be cheated very easily if you are don't mind cheap shots and have patience) and the 15% script that is new featuring Organization XIII.
I'll still buy it because it is cheap (relatively speaking) and because I want to hear Larxene's voice actress.
Actually, I'm more upset that Square-Enix didn't release the entire "Final Mix II" package in North America. S-E has a habit in the KH series of putting out a game, then putting out a remake about a year later which has new plot points and is offical KH canon. That's annoying, but the thing that pushes it over the ledge to total fail is the fact that the remakes are not released outside of Japan. The only way to know what is and isn't canon in the games is to read wikis which aren't the most reliable things in the world.
The first 40 minutes of Twilight ranting was great. I especially enjoyed the "Before you know it... you're shooting up sparklez in the back of the theatre" part. Thanks for the laughs.
Glad you enjoyed it! We probably had the most fun we've ever had recording an episode.
IT'S FOR MY GLAUCOMA I SWEAR
Robert Pattinson is definately on my list of top ten coolest actors, now. And he's absolutely correct. I lump Meyer in with Hamilton in making their main female characters victims of their awkward sex fantasies.
Who else is on that list, by the way? Now I'm curious.
I put Talia Gryphon on the list with her "Key" series. The most recent book had her being a sex therapist to the Phantom of the Opera and taking his problem assaulting women in hand.
This was really funny. "He's not the terror that sparkles in the night." Loved that line.
[Thus proceeds an entire opening sequence wherin Edward Cullen slaps on a cape, trenchcoat and fedora combo, jumps in a motorcycle with fangs at the front of it, and screechrides down the cables of a suspension bridge.]
lol I totally went there too. I feel less alone.
Ok, I had to wait until I saw the movie to reply.
I laughed my ASS off in the movie. I went to a 1:20 Sunday matinee yesterday, and it was a really empty show. But there were a number of target audience members sitting a few rows behind me, and I bet they didn't apprecaite me at *all*.
I laughed all the way through the movie. I laughed when the eyebrows of DOOM showed up for the first time. Laughed at the angelic owl wings of prettiness. All the way through. Angsty flouncing of angstfulness!
But I totally though it was 50 times better than the book, and it was entertaining. Completely unrealistic and facepalm-y, but entertaining.
And then, I laughed all the way through the podcast. Thank you for a fun episode. You two click nicely with Cleo - or at least you laugh harmoniously. :)
This podcast had made my day. The first part when you all were discussing Twlight made me laugh more than I have in ages! Please never stop :)
Dayna, I agree with your thoughts about edward's high school masochism fetish.
I agree SO HARD I've only just recovered from your awesome presence enough to comment.
I didn't comment till now because I wanted to wait until I saw the film, but everything I've heard has convinced me that I can hold off a few months longer for it to hit the $2 plaza down the street.
I did read the book, though. It was neither stunningly fantastic, nor shockingly horrid, just average teen lit. I've certainly read better, but I've also read much, much worse. It was entertaining enough that I'll check out the second book at some point.
Hello! I can't seem to find the podcasts from episode 1 to 16. Have they been taken offline?
The way the feed interacts with the iTunes store, it only keeps track of the last twenty or so posts. Every single episode is still online, and if you click the links in the episodes (most of them will say "Download direct as an mp3") it will grab them.