"On Friday, August 3, 2007, Season One of the most viewed and most talked about ongoing interactive drama on the internet, Lonelygirl15, will present a first of its kind Season Finale Event. The show’s creators –the former plastic surgeon turned producer/writer/director Miles Beckett, and entertainment attorney turned producer/writer Greg Goodfried and filmmaker turned writer/producer/director Mesh Flinders -- have announced plans to upload 12 episodes, one per hour, over the course of 12 consecutive hours. A comprehensive catch-up video will be available online two days prior to the Season Finale Event."
So grab your popcorn, tell five of your friends, and join us for this day long event! Oh yeah, Season 2 starts the following Monday.
Miles, Mesh, Greg, Amanda, Kevin, Jan, Ross, Jessica, Yousef, Jackson, Becki, Alexandra, Maxwell, P. Monkey, and Owen
ETA: it's being reported that this will start at 8am pacific (east cost US = 11am)
Last Edit: Jul 13, 2007 20:31:28 GMT -5 by milowent
Post by Alissa Brooke on Jul 14, 2007 0:33:27 GMT -5
As for the season finale, i wonder how many fans are still going to be around to watch it, the fans are falling fast.
As much as I violently hate the whole fucking thing now, I'll probably STILL watch it, because I'm a fuckhead. BUT, I'll do it on my own terms, on my own time, as I'm working on Friday-- but if one episode even brings a hint of vomit to my mouth, I am seriously out, hahaha.
When Bree's Daddy said "Jump!" Bree said "HOW HIGH SIR!!!" ((sigh))
I’m actually quite excited about the idea of ending the season, but I don’t think season is the right word. It seems unlikely season 2 is going to be 250+ episodes spread over 14 months. They should follow Heroes example and label them Volumes.
Anyways, I think a chance to finally have some conclusions might really help the show, plus it is a logically place where they can clean the slate. Just cut all the dangling plot threads and say don’t worry about them, they were last season. It is obviously an artificial way to accomplish this, but I think it is the only real way to do it. I just hope that this time they have all of the 2nd season plotted out ahead of time and make the show a little more cohesive.
As to the conclusion of this season I really hope it is character driven to some degree. This season they have established Daniel as a wreckless on and off again alcoholic who is willing to break and enter at the slightest whim. He is emotionally needy and easily thrown into a jealous fit. Then there is Jonas, an over privileged, selfish egoist with serious anger problems. Both Sarah and Taylor and pretty undeveloped at this point, but I get the sense they both have serious identity and self esteem issues. It would be great if it is the faults in the characters that leads to the season ending tragedy.
Oh and I want the first season to have a tragic ending, and I’m talking hardcore, Whedonesque, overly melodramatic, kind of tragedy. Like a take on the classic Buffy season 2 ending with them only being able to save Bree after it is too late and she dies in Daniel’s arms. Or perhaps they capture a Hymn of One minion and are pumping him for information, but before he reveals where Bree is he says he is the one that killed Jonas’ parents causing Jonas to go into one of his classic fits of rage and beat the guy to death and because of this they can’t find Bree in time.
I am so excited that I don’t even care about total lack of logic behind of the characters uploading a new video every hour.
LG15 Season 2: Now with 100% more shirtless Jonas action
Post by curiousgeorge on Jul 14, 2007 6:20:19 GMT -5
oh boy. bree dies 8 - 3 - 07?
The more tragic the better. Seriously.
We were treated to this senseless murder of her father (or were we?) that was just meaningless because it had no relation to us or the plot. It was just so random and ill-conceived, thrown in for pure shock value without any context. This is the ONLY possible conclusion to this that will justify the alleged fear and dread of the Order and allow the rest of the cast to move forward with a new plot.
Bree is not ever going back to her bedroom. P. Monkey is MIA. JR and her management are moving forward in her career. Bury the plot holes for good. Do we really want to keep dragging this thing out?
It better be good.
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