Comic-Con 2012: Tim, Price, and Jen Discuss Day 2 (AUDIO)


Guys, Day 2 was so jam-packed it took us a full-half hour just to break it down for you! But suffice it to say, Tim, Jen, and I spent most of Friday racing around the San Diego Convention Center and its outlying venues, attending panels and interviewing many of our TV heroes. The shows we covered included: Community, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Teen Wolf, The Legend of Korra, The Big Bang Theory, Arrow, 666 Park Avenue, Firefly, and Childrens Hospital. That is so many good shows for one day! If we're being honest, the entire day felt slightly insane and completely surreal for all three of us, but, you know, in a good way. Press PLAY below to hear the end-of-day wrap-up of our experiences!


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You should do this on a regular basis! Great job!
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In the beginning I hadn't realized how professional you guys are, with so many websites and independent blogs covering television. But these audio discussions show you guys have potential to do much more. Sidereel.com, for instance, has video comments of all sorts, and they are not as professional as tv.com, it seems. You really should do a podcast then.
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You guys. Now I'm getting that itch to go to the Comic Con in future years. Problem is I'm from Portugal! Keep up the good work, i'm definitely voting for more podcasts in the future! Wasn't there a day 1 comic-convo?
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Great job on this guys!
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Ok, I am now completely convinced that you guys need to have a regular podcast! It's so cool to finally hear what you guys sound like, and you were all really funny.
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Thank you! It is something we've been talking about doing and will continue to talk about doing and maybe one of these days stop talking about it and just talk and record it and post it.
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Maybe instead of wtf/ftw you guys could make a weekly podcast to sum up the week?
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I agree. Though, I don't see it happening. TV.com staff has the same kinds of brains as TV executives who cancel good shows. They don't know good posts/ideas when they see one. TV.com is run by a company who thinks "Procedurals are amazing" and has shows that appeal to a bunch of balloon heads....so really....I don't see that happening. There might be hope..might....but it won't likely happen. Also, they run an old system of counting viewers. The system they use always counts a visit as a viewer....but never a unique viewer. Sorry to get your hopes up..but these are facts. jk
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So glad you had that 'jk' at the end, or else I'd be seriously judging you right now. Haha
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Zawhaaaaa?
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Calling Avatar a kid show ha! Genciode and blood bending, it's almost the opposite of a kids show!



A good thing to remember is that Avatar started all the way back in 2006. Most "adults" you saw there were kids when the show first started.



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Tim, noooooooooo!! That little Summer Glau joke 3min in is going to get this page infested with Errol Flynn and his stalkerish comments.
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Shhhh! Be vewy qwiet...
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