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Not'm.

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I always think of it as "nah-TAWM", but I'm not picky.
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Not'm.

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I thought it was "North America Has Too Many M&Ms."
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I pronounce it "ih-jud gaff".
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NOTE: I have received Zeke's script. We're in production, now targeting a May/June release. Whoo! Thanks to all who participated, although I'm not sure its kosher in English to use "all" to refer to only two people.
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Looking forward to the final product!
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So... We missed our May/June production date.

However, we're out now!

www.starshipexcelsior.com
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I don't remember much of what I wrote, so this will be pretty interesting.




Great interpretation of the statement of purpose.


Great job, Zeke. I really liked how you played with the format. And moth-eaten armor -- ha!

Superb job with the episodes I covered. The Christopher Columbus scene, the end of the first episode, and the "We're from Starfleet, trust us" scenes were especially hilariously executed. And Adow's "Woo-hoo!" line is absolutely dead-on. I was afraid this wouldn't live up to all my anticipation, but it totally did.
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# of times Katy Jane totally cracked up: 13!
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You were counting!?
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It really did come out well. It's incredible how much of the basic fiver format still works in the different medium.

Thanks again to both of you for all your help on it.

...I may pop back sometime for a round 2, if (hopefully) anyone's interested. Especially if we keep falling behind schedule and don't get our planned 2013 AFD joke done on time.
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I would definitely be interested.
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I was surprised there was no news article on this, so for anyone who wasn't aware - http://www.starshipexcelsior.com/episodes/

Obviously there's a lot to listen to if one were to try and go through the whole first season, so that there is a five-minute version of each one is very useful to me as a modern, busy go-ahead man-about-town.

(Though if you've got the time the rest of the series is quite good too!)

(Also there's a thread in Talk and I now feel foolish. Well, more so than usual.)

[ED: Jedi posted this in News. I moved it here. - Z]
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This I approve of.
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