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01 February 2008 @ 08:41 pm
Doris Egan Q&A

I want to thank everyone that responded and sent in questions for Ms. Egan. We had over seventy questions, sooo there's some bulit in suspense now. What will she answer?! She only said that she's "talkative" so she might take longer than planned. But, once she sends them back, we will post them immediately.

Want to Help?

Tuesday's the day. The day the strike finally hits home. No more House episodes.

Right now, I'm looking for folks who are interested in helping out with House-related strike efforts. There's currently a media-blackout on new information regarding negotiations. Both sides are trying to settle this. Until then, please do not get your hopes up. Do not believe the article quoting John Wells saying "the strike will end in two weeks, or by this weekend." It's just not true. We all want the strike to end tomorrow; however, no one should get their hopes crushed. We need to prepared like we'd prepare for summer hiatus.

During the blackout, I think we should turn out attention on ourselves, and how we can keep ourselves busy during the long break, and let the strike fresh on our minds. We're looking for fan artists and writers that would be interested in getting some PSAs out to the fans. If you're interested please drop a comment, or e-mail us at fansforwga@gmail.com or you can contact me via AIM (pwnsgod). Thank you!

AND, this isn't strike related, but it is a great cause: please check out rsl_bday_drive. Leonard fans are raising money all month for the Actors' Fund Boardway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS in honor of his birthday.

FYI: Last Two Episodes

Liz Friedman wrote "Frozen", and Leonard Dick and Doris Egan wrote "Don't Ever Change".

Thank you!
Enjoy the last two episodes, and of course the Super Bowl. (Go Pats!)
lilapaddylilapaddy on February 3rd, 2008 12:39 am (UTC)
I think that, like other fandoms, we at FFWGA_House should boycott all products from advertisers who choose to purchase time in-between segments of the new "House" episodes. I know there was one fandom that gave out numbers and information for corporations that sponsored the show (was it CSI? I have no idea) and told fans to call the provided telephone numbers or email the provided email addresses explaining why there was a fan boycott going on.