|An actual working pay phone in Philly.|
|Norman Reedus being awesome.|
Henry Winkler - yes, The Fonz! - is truly one of the nicest people on the planet. He was chatting with everyone, and was so polite, even helping one woman navigate around the barrier, and he seemed genuinely happy to be there. Of course, he is an actor, and I'm aware that he very well could have been acting. But still.
|Even Fonzie loves zombies/aliens.|
|Aaron (left) and Shawn (right) Ashmore. Lotta hotness right there.|
Dear William Shatner,
As much as I love you, I'm not going to pay $75 for your autograph.
I'm just not.
Aside from Lou Ferrigno, I saw/heard nothing but good things about the other attending celebs...except for Lauren Holly. Lauren Holly, as it turns out, is kind of a bitch. She was one of the only people all day who had no line. And I mean no line. Maybe nobody wanted to pay $40 for her autograph. Or maybe she should learn to be nicer to her fans. Here's what happened: because there was no line, and Josh liked her, he decided to go over and see her. He made a comment about the way her character was killed off on NCIS, because he disagreed with it. Do you know what her response was? An incredibly snotty "You put too much thought into it. It's just a character." No shit it's just a character, bitch. Do you think he didn't know that? Do the chicks dressed as Wonder Woman really think they're Wonder Woman? No. Who says that to a fan? Maybe that's why she had no line.
|See the Joker dude? He was the only other person in her line.|
P.S. I think she's only smiling here because someone just handed her a beer.
Her Q&A, which we had originally been planning to attend, was scheduled for 6pm, but after that interaction, when I asked Josh if he wanted to go, his response was "No, fuck her."
Shame on you, Lauren Holly. Shame on you.