Title: Deck of Cards
Fandom: Jossverse RPF
Pairings: Miracle&Summer&Felicia&Joss, Miracle/Summer, Joss-->Summer
Summary: After "Epitaph Two," Miracle Laurie wonders if she's going to have to wake up from the dream now.
( Deck of Cards )
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When Cameron returns, it's in the truck, with John and there's a large mass in the back covered by a canvas which Riley assumes is the remains of the T-101, to be destroyed later.
Cameron pulls off Riley's shirt and examines the bullet wound, a couple inches to the right of Riley's navel.[Poll #1342612]
Summer Glau's interview on the John DeBella show
Back from vacation. 'Twas great, especially the spending time with family part and the lazy mornings part, but spending five days out of six at the beach strikes me as more than a little excessive. Also, my skin is this strange color that isn't alabaster white, and I'm not a fan--if Nature wanted my skin that color, it wouldn't have needed to use the sun to do it.
I don't like the sun.
Anyway, here's some links, mostly from Elizabeth or Ari because I've been reading my flist on a pretty extreme filter to catch up on the week I missed (I plan to go back and re-read it on the normal journals-only filter, but I can't make any promises about how much I'll manage to catch up, so if I missed something really interesting feel free to drop me a link) and pretty much all about Joss and/or Summer (because, well, have you read this journal?):
Joss Whedon announces Summer Glau ballet at Comic-Con. “I'm composing the score for a short film, a ballet starring Summer Glau.” The film is called “The Serving Girl,” and Whedon is reportedly in talks with a “great choreographer.” Plus (more reliably?) info on Ripper and on the comics.
New Joss Whedon comic, with original characters, available for free on Myspace. It's titled Sugarshock and seems to be about an all-girl (well, one of them's a robot) rock band who suddenly fall into science fictional circumstances.
Sarah Connor Cast Q&A and Censorship Worries. Summer's quote:
Well, I was just so excited to play this kind of character, because in a way she's much like River in that she's isolated and she's different from the other characters in how she relates and how she communicates. But she's very strong, and she can't genuinely feel emotion. River—that's what she was all about. She was just a jumble of emotions. So I was really, really excited that Josh gave me the opportunity to try this role, and that's something that is going to be the most challenging part about her, I think, is that I want people to be able to relate to her and in some way see themselves in her, just like I try with all my characters.Story revamped after Virginia Tech shootings. Goes into more detail as to how the pilot will be altered in response to the Virginia Tech shootings (echoes of "Earshot" and "Graduation Day," anyone?). Less about Summer (as in, she's not mentioned at all).