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I love what you said about leaving the show. I was upset that you did leave. You were a "friend" that left me while I was a geeky teen. You were a part of me that go to be on the Enterprise and I was envious of Wesley. I think your words at the Con were completely perfect and thank you for them. And thank you to the rest of the cast who still look with so much love. Thank you for sharing that moment for those who could not be there. Wish you could be at the con in Cherry Hill this weekend and .... GO FLYERS!!!
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OMG I wasn't going to comment until you wrote about "don't blink, the Angels have the phone box". You rock at level 11 of Geekyness!!!! The Ep was wonderful and I can't wait to see more of you and Felicia on Eureka. Love that show and I'm glad you are on it!!!!!
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2011 on EUREKA: Glimpse at WWdN: In Exile
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Thanks for the laughs. Just what I needed on a dreary day with no one else in the office.
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LOVE IT! Sending the link to my Geek Hubby in Iraq! Thanks.
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2010 on #GAMEON! at WWdN: In Exile
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But who's Guild House is behind you two?
Toggle Commented Jul 27, 2010 on "as his kilt rises..." at WWdN: In Exile
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I totally loved the "true stories..." on Nick and wish YCDTOT was still on the air. I have to tell my kids of the "good ol' days" from where the green slime came from when they watch it on "Brain Surge"... the only show that features green slime besides the Kid's Choice Awards. Trust me, if you were to come to the East Coast, I'm sure I could find MANY fan girls to remind you how much you are still with us. Thanks for the nostalgia and LOVE the new work. Can't wait to see more.
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Great episode. My 13 year old son and I have gotten into the habit of watching it together. Hope to see more of you in Eureka in the near future.... in either of the realities.
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My 13 year old boy can't wait to read it. Sounds like fun summer reading for him on the beach.
Toggle Commented Jul 22, 2010 on A Little Summer Reading at WWdN: In Exile
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Nice job. Totally didn't see "the end" being that way but quite poetic. Good job seeing you as a "baddie".
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OMG that was just way too funny. Your best role yet!!!! If it was a bit more PG I'd let my 8 year old daughter watch.... but then she would be singing that theme song for all of eternity. Hope Mushy Shorts makes a come back or his own spin off series!
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I'm in and would love to have toddler and Kiddie sizes too. (Gotta start them off right.)
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I totally understand the desire to want to give your brain some R&R but I have found that is a very slippery slope. My first book is being released in Oct of this year (EEK!)and I have found that sticking to the schedule is the only way this is going to happen. (My next one is scheduled for release in Feb 09.) I wish I could be a full time writer, but for right now that is not possible. Take advance of the time you have! Can't wait to see what you have coming!!!
Toggle Commented Jan 17, 2008 on where is my motivation? at WWdN: In Exile
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Dr Who has been with me probably my whole life (Tom Baker IS my Doctor) and I am proud to say that I have converted my son into a fan (third generation Whovian - David Tennant is his Doctor). The new stuff is amazing especally because of the special effects they can now do. (And just wait to see what they have coming - the Christmas Ep was really good this year!) Once you are caught up on the "New Who" you have got to also check out Toarchwood. Its a nice crossover but for more of an adult audience. I love that I can share Dr Who with my children the same way my Dad did with me. Even better, we spend time discussing the episodes and my oldest is only 10 years old!
Toggle Commented Dec 30, 2007 on genesis of the daleks at WWdN: In Exile
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If I could get the time away from my kids I would jump into the fray in a second. Although I would probably scar you too much when my 14 year old self emerges and turns into a "fan-girl". Hope they raise a TON of money!!!!!
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Two words... Writer's Rock. Nuf said.
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Oh yeah, read that this morning and it made my day!
Toggle Commented Oct 10, 2007 on little bobby tables at WWdN: In Exile
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Sounds like you are going to have a terrific weekend! I'm sure you'll have a terrific time and the audience will love it. (Wish I was going) (Glad Anne's doing ok. I know what it's like - tons of not fun)
Toggle Commented Aug 23, 2007 on my PAX schedule at WWdN: In Exile
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I can't wait to order my copy! BTW - My ten year old son wants to build a life size Dalek.
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Happy Birtday Nolan!!!
Toggle Commented Aug 19, 2007 on happy birthday, nolan! at WWdN: In Exile
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Happy Birthday Anne. Sounds like you have a great pair of sons and a husband that worships the ground you walk on. Rock on Girl!
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2007 on happy birthday, mrs. wheaton! at WWdN: In Exile
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Hope your day gets better. You've got a few more hours than I do to go, but there is always tomorrow. (Thanks for the link to DailyLit - Can't wait for it to start showing up in my inbox.)
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Hope your day gets better. You've got a few more hours than I do to go, but there is always tomorrow. (Thanks for the link to DailyLit - Can't wait for it to start showing up in my inbox.)
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Hope your day gets better. You've got a few more hours than I do to go, but there is always tomorrow. (Thanks for the link to DailyLit - Can't wait for it to start showing up in my inbox.)
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I am so going to buy this book for my seven year old daughter who is bombarded with the "dumb girl" images. She is currently working on her summer math packet and I didn't tell her to do it at all. She decided to do it by herself!
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