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Got Questions for Pushing Daisies, Chuck, Friday Night Lights or Buffy?

March 11, 2008 by  


On Friday I’m heading out to LA for week full of TV fun at Paley Fest ’08. I’ll be attending some sure to be incredible panels. It’s a TV lovers dream as I’ll be front and center with the casts of Pushing Daisies, Chuck, and Friday Night Lights. Sadly, it turns out that I don’t have a ticket to the Buffy Reunion, but it’s ok – Ducky gets to go and Buffy is his favorite show. I’m bummed because I was really looking forward to it, but thems are the breaks. But if you know anyone with an extra ticket….

Check out the list below to see a full list of attendees. Pretty incredible, no?

Paley Fest 08 Panels

This is when I turn it over to YOU. I’m hoping that my little GMMRers can come up with some kick ass questions for me to ask during the Q&A session of the panels*. And if things work out I might just get some special time with some of these casts outside of Paley too so I want to make sure I get your questions answered.

So if you have any questions for the casts or creators of PUSHING DAISIES, CHUCK, FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS or BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, let ’em fly in the comments.

*One quick thing…the questions should be directed to the people on the panel about the show they are representing. I just felt the need to throw that out there. So no, I won’t be asking Moderator Damon Lindelof any questions about Lost during the Chuck panel, no questions to Adam Baldwin about Serenity/Firefly, and I refuse to ask Kristin Chenoweth about Wicked. Other than that, I think it’s fair game.


11 Responses to “Got Questions for Pushing Daisies, Chuck, Friday Night Lights or Buffy?”

  1. Got Questions for Pushing Daisies, Chuck, Friday Night Lights or Buffy? — All This Nonsense on March 11th, 2008 8:24 am

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  2. anne on March 11th, 2008 11:21 am

    Question for Chi McBride of Pushing Daisies – did he actually learn to knit for the show? Did he already know how, or does someone else do the knitting?

  3. sara on March 11th, 2008 11:36 am

    Question for Bryan Fuller from Pushing Daisies: do you plan on having anyone from the Wonderfalls cast on your show?

  4. Kristi on March 11th, 2008 12:24 pm

    Good questions above me!

    I can’t think of anything to ask.. I love all these shows so much so just to hear anything back about them would be great!

  5. RC on March 11th, 2008 5:54 pm

    I’m curious to know how Scott Porter approaches his portrayal of a handicapped character (not sure what the politically correct term is these days). He’s such a great actor and so convincing. I’m just wondering what kind of research he did and if those in the “quad” community have had any reaction to it.

  6. Just Jody on March 11th, 2008 8:24 pm

    For any/all of the Buffy panel members – What do they miss most about working on Buffy?

    They’ve all gone on to do other projects so I’m interested in highlights from the Buffy experience that maybe they haven’t found in their other ventures. You know… things that made it special.

    And can I just say how awesome it is that you guys are going to this? I can’t wait to hear all about it!

  7. Jenn on March 11th, 2008 9:11 pm

    I have a question about Buffy but it might give something away from season 5… have you finished that yet GMMR?? I don’t want to post it and spoil you on it.

  8. Give Me My Remote on March 11th, 2008 9:18 pm

    You’re good to go. I’m on to Season 6.

  9. Jenn on March 11th, 2008 9:52 pm

    Sweet! Glad I checked 🙂

    For the Buffy cast – on Buffy’s tombstone it read “She saved the world a lot.” If they had one line to put on their characters tombstone what would it be? Would SMG/Joss/ any one change what Buffy’s said after developing the character more with the final seasons and the comic?

    Hope your cold gets better before California, I’m currently battling my 2nd awesome gland myself… true story .

  10. Starsky on March 12th, 2008 10:10 am

    Question for Bryan Fuller: do you still plan to produce the musical Pushing Daisies you originally planned for season one? Thanks.

  11. Lynzee on March 12th, 2008 11:37 am

    If you could ask Zach Levi if he would marry me that would be much appreciated! Ü