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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Kevdog, Dec 20, 2005.
Bummer. I guess this answers the question of whether it will eventually return as a series.
Subscriber only link, so I can't read the article. But from what I gather, this contradicts Joss' comments about waiting for the DVD and European sales before a final decision is made. So I don't believe a reporter over Joss' direct statements.
What a good reason to NOT buy the DVD! To admit it won't make a difference.
All the article says is:
''In the end, it was what it was: a tough sell,'' says Whedon, adding that it appears the Firefly saga has reached its conclusion. He has no regrets and he's moving on.
Joss has responded to the rumors and the article over on Whedonesqe.com:
So when he says he has a bunion on his toe, that means.... ?
That he's secretly in love with Adam Baldwin. Duh.
That means he needs Wonder Woman to give him a foot massage.
Which is one reason why we won't be seeing any Firefly in the near future...
so what dose that post mean?
It means you need to read the Onion more.
Don't you mean Buffy the Bunion Slayer?
Good catch; now off to post to the other half-dozen forums/blogs/etc. I've seen that have run this EW story today...
I wonder how many people have even seen the whole article?? I certainly haven't, given the paid registration requirement (who actually subscribes to EW? Online EW!?). I was expecting the obligatory posting of the whole article in the Slashdot thread at least, but no such luck. Nice to know people are freaking out over a fragment of story in a random industry rag
Don't you mean The Bunion?
Who could blame him? He is "The Hero of Canton."
And he does have that cunning hat of his.
Not to mention "The Man They Call.....Me!"
(if anyone has the DVDs and hasn't seen that Easter Egg, it's hi-larious)
Here's the complete text (see, an AOL account *is* good for something):
All good things must come to an end.
Joss needs to move Fray from a comic book to an animated series. Keep the slayer 'verse alive. I, for one, have no interest in Wonder Woman (unless there's rampant nudity).