Comes A Horseman is supposed to be on tonight. I understand Mark is only in for about five minutes - is his part right at the beginning or farther in?
I'm trying to figure out whether I need to start a new tape or whether I can just tack his scene onto the end of one I already have. I'm not really into Westerns, so I'll probably only watch his scene. (Wouldn't even check it out if he wasn't in it)
"You don't sound very optimistic. So all these people just die?"
im hoping this is the right place to post...but just saw Singled Out, here in Oz...and noticed that Abby used the phrase "gibblets" in the ep. Was that on the show previously...and thats what all you Gibbs fans are named after or did the writers steal that from someone on this board?? pretty cool if they did..it could be a little shout out to you all
...but just saw Singled Out, here in Oz...and noticed that Abby used the phrase "gibblets" in the ep. Was that on the show previously...and thats what all you Gibbs fans are named after or did the writers steal that from someone on this board?
We used that name since the beginning. We had the name "Tartlets" first because Lelu started the Board for Michael Weatherly and his character in April 2003.
Our Board became so popular that soon we had fans here of all the characters. We were using "Gibblets" before NCIS premiered September 23rd, 2003.
So - this means the writers got the idea from us.
Give us the details of you and Mark hanging out. That must have been very exciting.
What were you doing there? We you on vacation or what? Where in downtown L.A. were you? Details, details, please. ;D
Alright. Yes, it was the Wednesday after last year's fanfest and they were filming on location in downtown LA (obviously the end of Witch Hunt) where I kinda ran into them. Guess I was pretty fortunate
Mark was having a break and actually talking to Keane when I asked if he would mind me interrupting. I know, maybe not really polite to step into a conversation, but nothing ventured nothing gained And he gladly signed an autograph and also posed for this picture. He was very Gibbsish humored that day. Still cracks me up just thinking about it.
And to answer bbb's questions: Yes, I did wash that shirt and unfortunately I didn't even try to take dna-samples of his hair which surely was somewhere on that shirt. And my left hand? Well, probably hugging him
Well, like speaking in partial sentences expecting you to figure out the rest. Or when I asked for the picture, he was just giving me a grin asking: "You want us both to be on that picture?" Or when he asked if I had something to sign and something to sign with, I gave him the photo and my usual autograph pen, which he just inspected thouroughly darting his eyes between the pen and me before cracking a smiling: "You came prepared, Mel." Just things like that.
they were filming on location in downtown LA (obviously the end of Witch Hunt) where I kinda ran into them. Guess I was pretty fortunate
That was more than fortunate k!bbslover. That had to be Kismet or Karma, something more than just good luck.
I live in the area and have seen hundreds of celebrities over the years, mostly TV actors who I never recognize. Someone has to poke me in the ribs and say, "Did you see him, that's so-and-so." I've never seen one actor that interested me.
And there is k!bbslover, coming thousands of miles and passing Mark Harmon on the street. And this was after FanFest when Mark wasn't able to be there. You should have bought a lottery ticket while you were here, you lucky girl.