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I hear the funding for Venetian Heat fell through, and now we won't see James in what would undoubtedly have been a very interesting project.

I innocently browse through my friends' journals and get spoiled...and the spoiler in question causes me to nearly jump out of my skin and go fuckfuckfuckfuckityfuck in my mind, before pepperlandgirl4 manages to calm me down somewhat. Hope springs eternal, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that she's right in this - I so want Spike to continue to be someone we can all be proud of. I don't think I've ever felt as strongly for any other fictional character; what I read before Pepper defused the situation had me seeing red and wanting to tear the production team apart with my bare hands! I am sooooo sad...

Finally got around to reading lordshiva's Nicolette Says Jump last night, which made me laugh out loud in parts, and chuckle in all the rest. God, some people are so talented!


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Oct. 3rd, 2003 09:39 am (UTC)
I'm not to bothered about VH, but I feel sorry for JM though. I hope something good comes his way soon.

Nicolette says Jump is fantastic, but then everything she writes is fab. I'm insanely jealous.

Not commenting on the spoilers, the little ones like this usually turn out OK. It's just the big ones you need to worry about.
Oct. 3rd, 2003 11:54 am (UTC)
Yes, I am also disappointed that VH fell through, because it would have been a fabulous showcase for James' talent, but something else better will come along for him, I'm sure of it. And *wink wink* as you've said, G, this may mean a better chance of him coming to our con next June!

As far as the spoilers, I refuse to believe anything bad about Spike - the damn writers are NUTS if they try to malign him. And now I refuse to read any more spoilers. I think Bogwitch is right - this will prove to be something totally insignificant.
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