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I liked the show also . Ray and Andy are a talented , likeable duo , lots of joking between them . I recognized Sue Beatrice from Halloween Wars , the other team member is new to me .
Yes. Just the Cthulhu idea did not work out at all, thanks to the humidity turning the carved pieces of it to mush in record time, so they had to come up with another centerpiece.Did the pickling work?
Really? I thought that this pilot episode was really good and was looking forward to their continuing adventures. I would think that it should be a guaranteed series, hopefully, but people are so fickle that nothing is certain, I guess.It's a different show next Tuesday, My Big Fat GEEK Wedding. It's SyFys month of firsts. There are 3 new shows debuting on the Tuesday ten o'clock slot. You can go to the SyFy website and give it a thumbs up or thumbs down. From what I understand, the voting and ratings will determine what show will actually get picked up.
I do not know about the others, but I thought that it was a one-off originally, then I saw 'Pilot', which led me to believe that it was the first in a series.The show was billed as a "Special" so I was surprised so many thought it was a new series.
I concur. If they want to do something truly original, why not go with extremely nontraditional weddings, such as medieval, steampunk, and Gothic?My Big Fat Geek Wedding is just another wedding show to me. There's enough of those already even without the "geek" twist.
Bah, you gotta do Twitter to vote.
The third special is Foxy. It follows ex Face/Off alumni led by Eric Fox who are trying to start their own studio.The show was billed as a "Special" so I was surprised so many thought it was a new series. I think the third special is the Jim Henson workshop one.