A show of darkness with a lot of heart, plenty of chuckles made both of metaphors and bad puns. As Dark Shadows lifted story lines from a zillion old books of the Gothic variety, what would it be like if they shared time with the current classics? And what if these newer characters could help them lift all the curses? (Contains intros delving into the writing process as well as information and commentary about the various programs and key players.)
Essentially a condensed Re-write from a particular point, to tie up loose ends and pair up everyone. Positive feedback, including laughter, can be sent to xoiscythe (at) hotmail.com (Send a message for the info to which episodes apply to the different characters if you only want those specific bits. It has gotten rather wildly Multi-fandom. Just leave a comment to the email address listed asking for which you'd like.)
So far the fandoms are: Dark Shadows, The Kids in The Hall, Clue (Wadsworth), The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, The Addams Family, Bewitched, The Munsters, Psycho, and cameos with Slimer, Norman Bates, Dr. "Hawkeye" Pierce, and hopefully in the future a large role with Doctor Who.
Delving into bloopers from past and future episodes.
Just a heads up The "you guys suck for not tell me this was funny!" outburst: the recording was done before any of the podcasts were posted anywhere so it was with thoughts of the large audience of silent readers. ;) And the fact that I'm laughing through it gives it a sad beauty.
I very sarcastically adore when anyone proposes I am scolding my audience during this blooper reel. I'm actually laughing at the ridiculous laziness of how complacent everyone online has gotten to just download freebies so thanklessly. I really think that comes from some strange form of modern programming in this day and age to wander obliviously along with a feeling of entitlement when humanity has come so far to give us conveniences we take for granted that many people who are poor do not have.
As for any guilt anyone feels from this or any of my intros I must go back to Brent Spiner's interest when fans of Lt. Commander Data put emotions on his blank face. One must ask oneself, "Well I didn't provide that emotion with my performance, so where did that feeling come from?"