Last night I managed to sneak Jib Janeen onto CNN. What a fun way to cap off such a wonderfully fannish 2013! (Hats tipped to Mildly Bitter for spotting it first and Corduroy Zebra for capturing the moment for posterity.)
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The Thrilling Adventure Hour closed their show on Friday, October 11, 2013 at The Bell House in Brooklyn with what is now a tradition (they’ve done it two shows in a row), by singing a song written in 1898 about the Gowanus Canal. The arrangement is by Paul & Storm. You can see the original song lyrics at Pardon Me For Asking.
The Thrilling Adventure Hour Workjuice Players:
Mark Evan Jackson, Paul F Tompkins, Mark Gagliardi, Paget Brewster, Annie Savage, Hal Lublin, Craig Cackowski, John Hodgman (WJ East)
Jonathan Coulton, Paul & Storm, Ira Glass, Scott Aukerman, Maria Thayer, Cecil Baldwin, Mara Wilson, Scott Adsit, Terry Kinney, Jackson Publick
I was thrilled to have experienced Comicon for the very first time with my dear chums fromThe Thrilling Adventure Hour. This panel was so much fun to do, and we raised money for a good cause to boot. Thanks to Zachary Levi’s Nerd Machine for having us. - Paul
"CONVERSATIONS FOR A CAUSE" 2013
FROM NERD HQ: THE THRILLING ADVENTURE HOUR
* Program starts at 0:15:50
Conversation with the Cast & Creators - Nerd HQ (2013) HD - Annie Savage, Autumn Reeser, Mark Gagliardi, Hal Lublin, Ben Acker, Craig Cackowski, Paul F. Tompkins, Marc Evan Jackson, Andy Paley, Ben Blacker and Paul Sabourin. Moderated by Nathan Fillion.
This panel was presented live on the web by the very popular philanthropic panel series, “Conversations for a Cause.” 2012’s panels raised $140,000 for Operation Smile and consisted of some of the most talked about films, television shows and video games.
Autumn Reeser’s dog joined us for Thrilling Adventure Hour rehearsal yesterday. He was difficult to work with, to the point where he claimed not being able to read the script was the result of eating some “bad sushi.” I would not expect to see him in the show this weekend.