This is the best of the internet series, HANDS DOWN.
They're getting it so right, why aren't they getting the buzz they deserve?
Stephanie, we will miss the hell out of you in season two.
It's all lessons learned. The next lesson we must teach you is to be infatuated with yourself. Give away that portion you feel you must, but give yourself a portion for every drop you give them. They find you beautiful; who are you to suggest that they have bad taste?
Post by Tempestarii on Dec 15, 2006 19:49:52 GMT -5
This is terrible, awful! I cannot believe...
Haha, I have only seen 3 and I know I will have to come back here to look at spoilers. I am my own worst enemy.
Clouds of insects danced and buzzed in the golden autumn light, and the air was full of the piping of the song-birds. Long, glinting dragonflies shot across the path, or hung tremulous with gauzy wings and gleaming bodies.
Post by Imparfaite on Dec 18, 2006 16:01:14 GMT -5
I watched the whole series, 80 episodes, in one day. Not that huge of a feat, really. But still, I was that riveted by it. Hadn't gotten much of a chance to watch it before. Not to mention you know, that whole 'I'll start watching soon' and then 3 months later you never did.
-Spoilerish- I can't wait for season 2. I bet the one left alive is Sam's killer.
Post by Imparfaite on Dec 19, 2006 22:59:12 GMT -5
Errr... I thought sometime in February?
It seemed to follow a typical American fall season sort of thing... so, it would make sense that, like on TV (at least in America) the new episodes come around the Spring...
Just my guess... not entirely sure... my impression was around Feb. or March though...
I hope I'm right too.... any longer and I might perish... not to mention, any longer and they might lose the few viewers they have. (Which is unfortunate, because this one was the best I've ever seen... including LG15.)
"Premiering today, the last episode of Sam Has 7 Friends has been extended to twice its formatted length and is far more violent than prior episodes. In this final episode, Sam is killed by one of her seven friends but - to the dismay of some viewers – the killer is never revealed. Leaving room for a second season (which currently awaits financing), some Sam fans may be disappointed by the lack of closure. But if the series has succeeded, they'll be hungry for more."
Last Edit: Dec 20, 2006 11:48:10 GMT -5 by milowent