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I like that episode for the reasons stated, but I've always wondered what kind of direction you actors were given for it. "Pretend like you're about to have an orgasm" is what it seems to have been -- but it's interesting/amusing that you two younger actors didn't end up being filmed doing that kind of emoting. Incidentally, now that TNG is on Netflix, I've been getting my 9-year-olds hooked on it, and your character is one they really like. And they were thrilled when I pulled out my Technical Manuals for this and TOS. It's fun raising geeklings.
Toggle Commented Aug 17, 2011 on I am easily amused at WWdN: In Exile
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Although the vitiligo made him look odd, Wil was still accepted by his tribe.
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Although the vitiligo made him look odd, Wil was still accepted by his tribe.
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Wil, thanks to your entries about the cast & outlook, I am now a BBT fan. My mother and my sister got me to watch one episode about two years ago, and I thought "this show is making fun of me and my friends, and not in a nice way." But over the past year (?) as you've blogged about your experiences with them, I decided to give it another chance, and I've been enjoying the shows a lot, working through them from the beginning. I do still have moments where I talk to the TV: "Why are you laughing at that? It's a completely reasonable thing to do!" The disk from Netflix with at least one of your episodes on it will be here this week, and I'm looking forward to it. Thank you.
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You're right -- I enjoyed it without context first, then followed your link, watched that, and then enjoyed it again with context. Twice the fun (although I hear a little Scarecrow voice in my head piping "some people go both ways!")
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2010 on "as his kilt rises..." at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, I received my copy of Memories of the Future yesterday from Lulu, and I finished it this morning. It has only one flaw: there's not enough of it. I'm looking forward to your continuation of this delightful beginning.
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