Hosts: Ash and Scott - We are excited to welcome Jewel Staite to the show to talk about the the comedy, "How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town", coming to theaters and VOD on May 13th! Plus origin stories…
Tonight, The Science Channel presents an all new documentary titled Firefly: Bowncoats Unite that features all new interviews and footage from this summer’s Comic-Con. Use this documentary as exhibit-A when the new Firefly inevitably launches … one of these days.
This is a short list of five things we’d love to see from Joss Whedon’s newly announced S.H.I.E.L.D. television series for ABC.
Nerd HQ strikes again! When Chuck’s Zachary Levi asked us all on Twitter a few weeks ago who we’d like to see at the Nerd-HQ, I quickly replied “Firefly!”. I figured since Zach was good friends with co-star Adam Baldwin..it could happen.. and wouldn’t you know it? It did!
Relive one of our favoirte shows of all time for dirt cheap! That’s right, for one day only you can own the entire season of Firefly for 23 bucks! That’s crazy cheap. Oh yeah, did you ever check out our exclusive interview with Jewel Staite? If not, please do!
Thank you all for making March our most active month yet. Things continue to slowly build here at Nerd Appropriate, and we have you, our faithful “nerdlings” to thank for it! Have a look at some of the great stuff that went down during “Mayhem March”
I love independent film. A long time ago, in the time of dragons, I used to want to make movies myself. So when I see something special, I feel like it’s my job as a film nerd to plug the hell out of it. I’m elated excited to bring you an interview with Mr. Nicholas McCarthy who just recently returned from Sundance 2011 in support of his moody thriller “The Pact”. Growing up on horror films it takes a lot to make the hair on my arms stand up and having recently watched The Pact, I can say with total sincerity that Mr. McCarthy has the directing chops to scare the crap out of you.
For members of the sci-fi community the name Jewel Staite is instantly recognizable. From starship mechanics, to inter-dimensional doctors, Jewel brings a likability and quirky charm to whatever role she inhabits. I’ve been a fan of Jewel for a long time, but like most of you out there she first caught my eye as the unrefined starship mechanic Kaylee on Joss Whendon’s spectacular, yet short lived series Firefly. After Firefly’s tragic and unwarrented execution, Jewel went on to join the cast of Star-Gate: Atlantis, as Dr. Jennifer Keller.
Jewel Staite! What in the hell is behind that door?