Saturday, November 18, 2006

Save the cheerleader, save the world... save my soul...

Cindylover1969 (hereafter called "Me"): I can't do websearches for Hayden any more. :(
KMB2476 (hereafter called "'76") : why not?
Me: Because I don't want to get any more Heroes spoilers. It starts here in February, and...
'76: ahhhh
Me: So until then, she's offlimits. (Except in picture forums, natch.)
'76: an excellebnt point. i just hope shes not offlimits in stories
Me: Oh no, that's another matter.
'76: i wouldnt want you not to read her debut in Harem. i promise no spoilers - save for an occasional teasing remark about "save the cheerleader, save the world"
'76: which I dont even know what it means ;)
Me: That's a great tagline. I love it.
'76: at least not yet...Monday is supposed to change all that :) NBC works it into EVERYTHING
Me: I saw it at the base of a print ad for Man of the Year. (That's corporate synergy for you.) Best TV tagline in years. Even if NBC Universal's logo sucks.
'76: that it does. its a great tagline. its actually a line of dialogue, one you know is killer the second its spoken. all ill say is this; i cant ever think of a show ive looked more forward to each week and i dont even read comic books
Me: Neither do I.

And with the ninth Doctor Who on board now, the chances of it getting the terrestrial berth denied it in the UK thus far in favour of surer things like, er, Vanished, Kidnapped, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, Six Degrees, 3 Lbs and Runaway must have increased. Surely? (Note to the BBC - it would make up for Robin Hood.)


The Archivist said...

That picture... as far as I can tell, the word is: Mecoming?

That said, I'm sure we'll all be coming when Heroes goes to DVD.

Cindylover1969 said...

Homecoming. Perv. :) (And it does seem worth watching for more than Hayden. This isn't The War At Home, you know.)

All Hail King Butcher! said...

Heroes is actually the only new show I watch. It's very good, and surprisingly funny sometimes.