Yes'm. Joss Whedon? Damned straight we're watching. And then Nathan Fillion has quite a fan base here in our home, too.Musical meets comic book. Damn! Brilliant--and just oozes Whedon.
Watching? Watching?!I'm dying for Act III.Tomorrow can't come soon enough.
There is a rumor that somewhere in Hollywood someone is planning a musical in which the hero is a UU minister, demonstrating prowess at sermonizing, fund-raising beyond the annual canvass, psychotherapy, community organization, family therapy, jumping over church boards at a single bound, diplomacy within the UUA, and grand ecumenization. The curtain goes down on an LA musical actress friend of mine (playing the minister as she once did Cunegonde in "Candide" for Bernstein) singing "Holy, holy, holy, . . . " while the audience joins in, because the theists have all the good lyrics and the non-theists have a fairly good sense of humor and are used to singing along, while the atheists (with more logic than organization on their side) presumably wait in the vestibule for their ride home.
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