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so, how was it?

(What is "it"?)

A W E S O M E!

Apart from the stress of getting to the theater at 6:30pm for a 7pm show and being greeted by a whole mass of people who, like us, had to pick up tickets from the Box Office. ... We finally made it in and I wanted to go straight up to our seats, bypassing the drinks and merchandise, figuring no need to fill up the bladder and we'd check out the merchandise after the show. ... And were then subject to the inane conversation of three teenagers sitting right behind us who were just talking out of their asses, soooo frikkin irritating,,, but they shut up once the show actually started (or was it me who totally drowned them out with my shrieks of laughter?)

Seth Green is sooo cute in person :-)

And it's amazing to see/hear Peter, Brian, Quagmire *and* Stewie all emerging from the same man: Seth MacFarlane.

So they did a "table reading" of the episode "Whistle while your wife works" which was intertwined with a sub-plot from an as-yet unaired new season episode. And last night this episode was on tv, and wow it was even funnier than ever because we now had the "double vision" of them on stage reading to complement the already silly plot on the screen.

Ah yes, I proudly embrace the label of "freak!" :-)

Oh, and the sneak peek at that Star Wars episode to be aired next week? Certainly had cute moments, hopefully they've managed to up the quality of their writing? Consistently? We'll just have to see, eh?

Anyways, so at the end Kosh was surprised I wasn't rushing down to get Oz's autograph,,, the thing is, HE was kinda wanting it too, LoL! :-) Yes, we are two of a kind :-)

I felt like a member of a herd of cows as we slowly made our way downstairs, ugh so many people! We were almost herded right out of the theater before we realised it, managed to make our way to the merchandise booth and got ourselves a t-shirt, exclusive one you know!!! :p We got an XL because the Robot Chicken one I got for Kosh online is just that touch too tight... but this one, omg, it goes to my mid-thigh! Anyone wanna help shorten a t-shirt for me?? :p

Overall, it was a great show, and if ever they perform something like this where you are, do go see it (warning, don't bring small kids, k? The language is very "adult"!), it's certainly an unusual and fun experience.

And for those in Chicagoland who didn't go? I say to you "nya nya nya nya nyaaaa nya" :D

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  1. hmm..got some more star wars ka...

    hehe..can become nightees la like tht heheee. aya go the nearest tailor and alter le..hihi

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