Mike Boisvert (aka Doctor Bee — not to be confused with the previous post of Doctor Horrible) obviously is a man of many talents. I have a feeling, that camping and wilderness training is not one of them. But obviously, after curing Alzheimers, he’s now a fugitive from the law.
He (and his brother in law) are going to be tracked through remote wilderness by a guy on a horse. Are they qualified for such a trek? Will they survive in the rugged climate of Northern Barrie?
As anyone has seen the wildly entertaining Doctor Horrible’s Sing Along Blog, there is a particular scene where Neil Patrick Harris* is reading a letter. Rather than having NPH read it aloud, or have a stupid ‘mind-over’ three characters show up in the background and begin to sing the letter.
*(how did he go from complete laughing stock to suddenly cool? I think he went to the William Shatner school of ‘use your own caricature’ to further your career).
Dr Horrible had become a huge hit (rightfully so). At conventions, crews are ‘Bad-Horse Sniping’ where they mimic the scene from the blog. They hand people a letter and upon reading, they sing the bad-horse theme in the background. A truly geek-thing to do, but pretty funny. Below, Felicia Day is bad-horsed…
Finally, some good news. The New Kid (savagely rejected recently with Doorways magazine after they had it for FIVE MONTHS) was just short listed for the John Kenneth Galbraith Literary Award. There are twelve finalists for the award, so there’s still a long ways to go yet. In fact, odds are not in my favor (more on that below). Read more…