oh damnit! you surely know things way before they hapend!
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That's awesome news! I can't wait. That would be really cool if we caught a glimpse of our card!
Bumping this thread up as a reminder that this episode airs this Wednesday, July 18th @ 10:00pm on TVLand. If you miss this episode for any reason, you'll still have another chance to catch it as it will be reairing on Sunday, July 22nd @ 10:00pm on TVLand.
Please remember, I do not know how long the set visit will last. They have a lot of different shows to cover in this particular episode so it may not be any longer than 1-2 minutes. No matter the length of the set visit though, it will be interesting to see how things were on the set of the final episode of MITM. I'm sure it will be nostalgic to watch, at any rate.
Thanks for the reminder, Rye. I had forgotten all about it!
Ill still forget about it. I set up Google Calendar to send me a text message an hour before so I remember to either watch it or record it depending on what I'm doing at the time.
Good idea! I just set the Tivo to record it - once I figured out what channel Tv Land is. So I should be good now. That'll be better anyway cause I can fast foward to the MITM part.
I caught the show and the segment on MITM was only about 3 minutes long. Basically, they just talked about how much they will miss doing the show after working with the same people for 7 years. The funniest part was Bryan talking about how the cast/crew went around taking items they wanted off the set before they disassembled it. Bryan kept several pictures of the family and the boys. Erik and Justin both wanted the jars of formaldehyde animals that were in the boys' room. Erik ended up with the frogs, but they didn't say what happened to the rest of them (I actually think they sold them on ebay.) It was interesting, but too short.
I expected the segment to be around that long, I feel very sad mentioning this, but the truth is the show is fading out of your average peroson's memory, only those that enjoined watching the show will bring up a discussion about it in their day-to-day life. And no, this is nothing negative about MITM, even some of the most popular shows, like Friends and Seinfeld, people aren't really mentioning anymore.
I came home just at the very end of the whole episode, so I missed it. Anyone going to throw it on YouTube or something?
Sad, but very true Alex. The casual viewer isn't going to be satisfied with watching the same episodes over and over so eventually they will stop watching and forget about it. Our little group here and maybe a handful of other MITM forums are probably the only people in the world that think about the show on a regular basis anymore.