So the third episode is done… and even a little bit shorter. We got off to a rough (or rougher than normal) start because of technical problems and had to rerecord the opening, which prompted me to suffer from my first case of podcast fright. For some reason, knowing what I had to say made it impossible to say it. I think I come from the school of the less prepared I am, the less I can worry.
Or maybe it’s that there are like four people who might end up listening? For them, I propose a new game: How many things did I get wrong this week? Factually, I mean. I’m sure there are Jennifer Love Hewitt fans who aren’t on board with my opinion of her. But I’m known to misidentify people, get titles backward, etc. And there’s definitely at least one false statement I made this episode. Find it and win?
So anyways. Enjoy as we ramble on about how Christopher took his cues from the NBC/Heroes narrator and decided to tell us not only what he was thinking, but why and how and where and to what extent. And if you’re interested, this is The New York Times article about Gilmore Girls we mentioned.