TY to Andrea for sending this in.
You’ve heard of “football widows”, well add the band Shallow Day to the “Twilight Widowers Club”. Poor guys, football season is only a few months, but Twilight…think of it as payback for years of football. Anyway check out the band’s YouTube video of their woes, and see their main site at www.shallowday.com.TY to Stephanie for giving us the heads up.
Thanks to Terri and Emily for pointing this out to us.
According to the Onion (well known for its biting sarcasm, satire, and humor):
“Acknowledging years of marital dissatisfaction and a noticeable increase in her vampire husband’s weight, 43-year-old Sara Pastor told reporters Thursday that she often seeks solace by losing herself in the escapist fantasy of the Twilight novels.The Pastors settle in for what has become a typical Friday night together.
The New Orleans resident said it’s been ages since her husband, 834-year-old Andrei Pastor, bought her flowers, took her dancing, or appeared at her second-story window and charmed her into allowing him inside. According to Sara, she purchased the first book in Stephenie Meyer’s young-adult vampire romance series 14 months ago, while waiting for her husband to pick her up from the airport, and has taken refuge in the novels ever since….”
The Argyle Sweater comic spoofed New Moon yesterday.
TY to Shel . You can find their regular comic strip here.
The wait is over. The masters of parody, the Hillywood Show, have come out with their New Moon parody. They wrote in to tell us that:
“This production will have you howling! NEW MOON PARODY by THE HILLYWOOD SHOW™ soars to a whole new level! Whether you’re Team Edward or Team Jacob this production (actually filmed in LA PUSH & FORKS, WA) takes you through a ride of exciting, different moods without the help of Jasper! See for yourself why NEW MOON PARODY by THE HILLYWOOD SHOW™ has been the most anticipated parody in all things TWILIGHT.
NOTE: Bella’s truck in this production is the OFFICIAL screen-used truck seen in SUMMIT ENTERTAINMENT’S: TWILIGHT! Special thanks to Sterling Beigert!”
It’s been a heck of a year. Hope you all enjoy our tongue-in-cheek retrospective on the 12 themes that came up most frequently in new stories, emails, blog comments, and Google alerts this year.
Stephen Lunsford (Private Practice) and Elizabeth McLaughlin (The Clique) reprise their roles from last year’s Twilight spoof as Edward and Bella. Brennan Mejia (iCarly) makes his debut as Jacob. TY to poisonivygerman on Twitter for the heads up.