Pith & Mash Weekly – Sept. 29-Oct. 5

Pith & Mash is a weekly recap where I take the pith of all the Whedonopolis posts during the week and mash them down into one short and sweet post so that you don’t miss a thing. I pith, and then I mash. So without any further ado…

 
 

9/29— As always, we started the week off right by sitting beside Libya’s TV Campfire. Then I posted my review of the season premiere of Once Upon a Time.

9/30— Tim reviewed the season six premiere of Castle.

ABC/Bob D'Amico/Getty Images/Anne Strickland
ABC/Bob D’Amico/Getty Images/Anne Strickland

10/1— Jeremy caught news about Half-Life 3 in his Cosmic Flypaper.

10/2— Libya interviewed the cast of Castle at the Paley Center. Juliet Landau is screening her movie at Monsterpalooza. The Kickstarter for Mighty No. 9 made $4 million. The Half-Life 3 development roster was leaked. PaleyFest in New York will feature the first annual Made in NY. David Mello reviewed the second episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The CW released a fancy graphic for the premiere of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals. And then David compared the family dynamic found in Joss Whedon’s shows.

Jared Padalecki CREDITS: Nino Muñoz/The CW
Jared Padalecki
CREDITS: Nino Muñoz/The CW
10/3— Libya shared the finer points of Person of Interest. Marlaine made a new feature called Picture This! The first one features photos from Supernatural and The Tomorrow People. And FOX has already given the green light to a second season of Sleepy Hollow.

10/4— Jeremy found out that Nathan Fillion and Jonathan Banks (Breaking Bad) are set to appear on Community. Isis Nocturne reviewed the second episode of The Crazy Ones.

10/5— We got the latest edition from the Comic Book Slayer. And Timothy reviewed the second half of the Castle season premiere.

What was your favorite story of the week? Are you attending any of the events? Are you hoping the CW releases more sexy pictures? Let me know in the comments!

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