(urth) Wolfe's Long Sun mentioned on Fox TV program this week

Daniel Petersen danielottojackpetersen at gmail.com
Wed May 2 10:41:26 PDT 2012

The girl liking sci fi bit was painfully geeky to me, but I think it was a
real name drop, a nod of respect, a wink to Wolfe nerds everywhere.

I did just find all the threads on this from a few weeks ago and, I must
say, I'm glad I brought it up again, so there, ha!  Ya'll got that one WAY
off track from the get go!  Discussion of LOST brought all the lurkers out
of the woodwork and no one even chatted about how cool this scene was.
 Someone brought it up again for a second and I like Mark Aramini's
comment:  ' that clip kind of cracked me up.  It's like they are saying, if
you read and enjoy Gene, cuneiform is no problem.'

Anway, all good fun.


On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 6:29 PM, Dan'l Danehy-Oakes <danldo at gmail.com> wrote:

> Antonin Scriabin wrote:
> Honestly, it's just as likely that they wanted to establish the
> character as a geek/nerd and went for the geekiest book they could
> think of...especially given the line about a "girl who likes Sci-Fi."
> --
> Dan'l Danehy-Oakes
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