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I had this idea....I wanted more Sport's Night, I wanted more Studio 60...and last night...I had an idea to appease both of my cravings...

This is a short prelude which would be before the credits...

cross·over (-ō′vər)
  1. the act, means, or place of crossing over from one part or side, to another
  2. Term used when a character or characters from one established universe appears in the universe of another. Used mainly in comic books and television shows.

06 October 2009 @ 05:04 pm
[12 icons] Roger Federer
[14 icons] Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip (Matt&Harriet)
[7 icons] Ac Milan
[6 icons] Glee


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11 April 2009 @ 05:02 am
I am sure that most of you know about this already, but I just found it today and wanted you all to know about it as well. Aaron is working on a new movie about Facebook, so he created a group. It's him and he is answering questions. I was skeptical at first, but it is actually him. Joshua Malina and Kim Webster also get into the mix as well as well. I took it as a great opportunity to tell him how much he has meant to my life. He is commenting on tons of posts. 

Here is the link if anyone has facebook. It's name is Aaron Sorkin & The Facebook Movie


29 March 2009 @ 08:48 pm

The Multifandom friending meme

This is something I planned on doing for a long time. And now that I moved to Berlin, I can finally do it :D
This friending meme is for all the crazy tv show fans out there living in Berlin.
Maybe we can all get together sooner or later and watch some shows or movies, go to premiere events and talk about crazy fangirl/boy stuff xD
(sharing your love for tv shows...)
09 November 2008 @ 03:27 pm
I'm on the hunt for a round Studio 60 bumper sticker. Any suggestions for places to look? I've checked out CafePress but don't really like what I see there.
03 November 2008 @ 05:49 pm
Has anyone seen this show?  I saw the second episode...and it just made me want to cry for missing Studio 60.  The beginning was just as if he was behind the Studio 60 news desk. 

I never have been a DL fan and I thought most of the show was pretty lame, but I might keep watching.  It was like seeing an episode where they cut most of the sketches shown; though I did like one where the CNN fact checker broke into a Bin Laden sketch.

More reminders of Studio 60:  there was also a whole focus group bit and at one point he even said something about not knowing how long this show would be on the air.
31 October 2008 @ 01:14 pm
An interesting blog on the fate of Saturday Night Live in the wake of losing Tina Fey and Amy Poehler...thought I'd share since it's a "sister" show of the fictitious Studio 60.

20 October 2008 @ 06:49 pm
Title: Casablanca
Genre: Studio 60
Rating: Um...G? I guess?
Note: Nothing belongs to me - and I always loved the feeling that Danny and Harriet were good friends outside of the show...especially those last episodes. They just spoke to my belief in their deep friendship.
Cross-posted at itsproductivity

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16 October 2008 @ 04:11 pm
Sooo I just met D.L. Hughley.

Sarah Palin held a rally at my school (Elon University in NC) and before going in, a friend of mine came up to me and said, "There's a famous guy over there...black comedian...I can't remember his name." So I stalked him and realized that it was none other than D.L.!

Turns out he was doing interviews for his new comic-news show that's going to be on CNN. He was asking people if they could help him find Joe Sixpack and Joe the Plumber. He actually interviewed a friend of mine. I stalked him a little bit more once he made it into the rally and he had signs that said PALIN-HUGHLEY 2012. At one point he was just standing around with no one around him, so I went up to him and send, "Could I just get a picture with you?" He said, "Absolutely, babygirl!" Took the pic, and then I told him how much I loved Studio 60, etc.

Here are a few pics for your enjoyment! :) Thanks for letting me gush!

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current mood: excitedexcited
23 September 2008 @ 01:53 pm
This may be a bit off topic, but I don't care.

Has anyone out there seen the Canadian TV show Slings & Arrows? I mention it not only because it is, in my opinion, the greatest television show ever, but because I am absolutely positive that it at least partially inspired or influenced Studio 60.

Slings & Arrows is about the behind the scenes goings on of a major Shakespeare Theatre Festival, based on the real life Stratford Festival. Parallels between S&A include: a director's turbulent relationship with a lead actress, the ongoing struggle between art and commerce, issues of mental health, and dealing with talentless people in high places. And Mark McKinney! (McKinney was one of the creators of S&A)