It's Hard Out Here for a BrownCoat
Sunday, June 10, 2007

We need to make that song, maybe we'll win an Oscar. Um, anyway, I was thinking that I need to make something new to put up for my Blue Sun stuff. But I'm going to China at the end of the month, I'm designing a website (http://www.tailiinlala.com), and I'm trying to brush up on the language. That got me to thinking about what a heavy load we Browncoats have to take up. Just being a true fan requires you to post on at least three different message boards everyday. And if not everyday, at least every other day. This website, the one over at scifi, and the one at Universal. Not to mention the new one for that HD channel. Next, you've got any fan videos you've got, shindigs, Can't Stop the Serenity viewings, other random cons where stuff is going down, and keeping up with your life in general. Then following that, you've got to watch Serenity every couple of weeks, and random episodes in between, you know, just to keep it fresh. And I could watch Objects in Space 100 times and keep finding new stuff. So, basically, what you're dealing with is a complete dedication to the craft. Don't get me wrong, I love being a Browncoat, and while I took a short hiatus, I'm definitely dedicated to the cause. Speaking of which, it's another whole kettle of fish because our show is currently off the air, we have to keep it alive through our willpower alone. There are no new episodes for us to talk about, no new happenings. Then our souls are crushed mercilessly by execs who simply will not heed our cries for A)Mercy or B)The sweet, sweet release of death. Okay, that last part was a little overboard. But I guess the point that I'm trying to make is, it's hard out here for a Browncoat.


Sunday, June 10, 2007 12:03 PM


Amen to that, Terri...but the payoff when you get another person hooked or we're given even the tiniest of reprieves from our withdrawal symptoms? All kinds of shiny;D



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