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Snagged from drusplace!
You Are a Christmas Sweater!

Over the top, colorful, and totally flashy.
You're not afraid to be a little tacky.
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Snagged from drusplace!!!
You Are Vixen

Sexy and sultry, you're the one all the other reindeer dream about.

Why You're Naughty: That fur pulling spat you got into with Dancer over Santa.

Why You're Nice: Because even when you're nice, you're still delightfully naughty!
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Upcoming Events
The UK release of "Cool Money" on DVD has been announced for December 12. No word yet on a US release.
Source: http://www.jamesmarsters.com
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ENJOY 2006 WITH JAMES MARSTERS ON DVD
Source: http://www.jamesmarsters.com

The eagerly-awaited DVD of Words & Music will be officially released on January 17 and features around two hours of James in performance on the London stage.

The DVD special includes James performing his own haunting adaptation of Shakespeare's famous tragedy, Macbeth, with American actress Cheryl Puente followed by an acoustic concert with James performing several songs which have yet to be recorded.

Advance orders for the DVD are now being taken at
https://commerce16.pair.com/timem2/order/jmmerc/merc.html

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James Marsters
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JMLive has presents for you... not only has the website
(http://www.jamesmarsterslive.com) been completely revamped and given a brand
new look for winter, but there are lots of goodies you've been waiting patiently
for.

The website now includes new photographs from the recent London concerts and the
only available shots capturing the highly acclaimed Words & Music performances.

You're also invited backstage to see an exclusive video clip of James rehearsing
in his dressing room at the Carling Academy in Islington.

For those who missed the Words & Music performance specials - or who want to
relive the experience - we can also finally announce the arrival of the much
anticipated Words & Music DVD, capturing all the excitement of the live event.

The DVD is being officially released on January 17 but you can pre-order your
copy now. The DVD comprises around two hours of footage featuring James
performing his own haunting adaptation of Macbeth with American actress Cheryl
Puente followed by an acoustic concert including several of James's songs not
previously available on CD or DVD.

Details of how to order are available on our website. If you are planning to
order the Words & Music DVD as a Christmas gift for a friend, you can also
download a special gift certificate that lets them know their present will be
arriving shortly after its official release in January.

Please note that all DVDs from JMLive are multi-region PAL-enabled. If you live
in the USA, please check that your DVD player is PAL enabled before ordering.

Source: http://www.jamesmarsterslive.com

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A NTSC version DVD (made to play on U.S. DVD players) of
“Words and Music” willbe made available shortly –
details to follow in the next few days!
A European version DVD is available at www.jamesmarsterslive.com –
along with some extra web site bonuses!

Source: http://www.jamesmarsters.com
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James Marsters
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From Ew.com - By Webmaster - 2005-11-27







Thursday

Who is faster than Seth Cohen? More powerful than Sydney Bristow and about to leap Chris Rock in a single bound? That would be Thursday’s newest and unlikeliest superhero, Smallville (pictured), which against all odds (high school graduation is green kryptonite to TV shows) and prognostications (this is a fifth-year show in its third time slot), has emerged unbloodied on TV’s most competitive night. Credit the creative team, which ditched the freak-of-the-week fest, added cult favorites Brainiac (the peerless James Marsters) and Aquaman (the peerlessly chiseled Alan Ritchson), and refocused on retelling the legend we all know. ’’This is the year that the boy becomes a man,’’ says WB Entertainment’s Janollari. That’s figuratively as well as literally, with a slew of seminal adult moments for our hero: clashes with Lex, sex with Lana, creation of the Fortress of Solitude, and - spoiler alert! - the death of a major character for the 100th episode in February. ’’We came into the season knowing we were going to be able to turn over some big cards,’’ says executive producer Gough. ’’Everything you’ve been waiting to see is now going to happen.’’

Viewers - and competitors - are taking notice: Smallville (No. 83) has increased the year-to-year time-slot performance by 88 percent and boosted its audience (now at 5.8 million) by 1.5 million over last season’s average. Unexpectedly, it’s right on the tail of other networks’ big guns: Fox’s The O.C. (No. 76), UPN’s buzzy Everybody Hates Chris (No. 78), and even NBC’s Joey (No. 66). ’’Thursday’s a much more difficult night because you’ve got The WB in there now,’’ admits Fox’s Beckman.

Gough and fellow executive producer Miles Millar have been rewarded for their efforts with a possible spin-off for Aquaman, whose appearance brought in the show’s highest ratings in two years. ’’Smallville is puberty with superpowers. This will be about adulthood - you have this power, so what are you going to do with your life?’’ says Gough of his yet-to-be-cast pilot. Would Thursday night be big enough to hold two superheroes? The big guy himself thinks his series is reinvigorated for the long haul. ’’As long as we stick to what the show was about originally - the mythology of these characters and where we all know they’re going to be in the future,’’ says Superman Tom Welling, ’’there’s no way of knowing how far it can go.’’

OTHER THURSDAY WINNERS CBS’ CSI (No. 1) and Without a Trace (No. 3) are so dominant they’ve made Thursday a battle for their leftovers.

THURSDAY LOSERS ABC’s Night Stalker (No. 89). The network nixed the ’70s horror remake after a lavish promotional campaign failed.
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Will he return to "Smallville" after shooting "Shadow Puppets"? Mike Ausiello has the info!

Question: You are a television addict's smack. I humbly bow and give thanks for your awesome Lost gift last week. Now, any scoop on James Marsters' deal with Smallville? — Teri

Ausiello: I've never been called a smack before. Hack, yes, but not smack. Regarding Mr. Marsters, as I reported in Entertainment News on Monday, he landed a starring role in Shadow Puppets, a direct-to-DVD spooker that sounds an awful lot like Saw. It's about four people who wake up in an abandoned asylum without any prior memories or knowledge of their whereabouts. They soon discover that they were subjects of an experiment — an experiment gone haywire. Tony Todd (Candyman) and Jolene Blalock (Enterprise) costar. The shoot is expected to last five weeks, after which Jimmy is expected to do a few more Smallville episodes.

Source: http://www.slayerverse.org/tanet/net_buffy_us/index.php?navi=news.php&id=27815
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My friend Nikki emailed me this funny joke, hope you get a laugh out of it.

When a woman says:
"This place is a mess! C'mon!
You and I need to clean up!
Your stuff is lying on the floor
and you'll have no clothes to wear if we
don't "do laundry right now!

What a man hears:
blah, blah, blah, blah, C'MON
blah, blah, blah, blah, YOU AND I
blah, blah, blah, blah, ON THE FLOOR
blah, blah, blah, blah, NO CLOTHES
blah, blah, blah, blah, RIGHT NOW
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