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Yay, did watch all the Chicago panel clips finally and the cuteness is just on overload.

About the "incident" - I did feel bad for Jared because a) it was an awkward, non-flattering question in the first place (and non-sensical for TV) and b) the wording didn`t make it better. He looked kind of helpless for a moment and seeing as he seems to be an overgrown puppy who just wants to be fun for everyone, it wasn`t a nice thing to do. Makes me determined to say or make that stutter something very nice to him at Asylum. Provided he and I will be there. :)

But seriously so much sweetness all around. *squishes them*


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Nov. 14th, 2007 03:33 pm (UTC)
Who even asks a question like that, seriously? Fans constantly amaze me with their lack of shame, manners, or anything resembling empathy for their fellow human beings. He didn't come there to hear critiques, he came there to entertain. That woman should take a long, hard look at herself and figure out why, when she had the chance to ask one thing of her favorite actors, she chose to ask something small and unkind.
Nov. 14th, 2007 03:46 pm (UTC)
I`ve been to a few conventions now and things like that kinda make me sad because the majority of fans is really grateful for the opportunity to meet their favorite actors and showing them support. Yet if things like this put off the actors from going to Cons in the future, they are the one who suffer. :/
Nov. 14th, 2007 03:45 pm (UTC)
I don't know, it didn't seem like that much of an incident to me. One tends to be nervous in those situations anyway and then the person she was asking the question to changed and she got it turned around in her head and it just came the worst way possible. She probably does feel badly that it came out like that but not much she can do about it after the fact.
Nov. 14th, 2007 03:51 pm (UTC)
I just believe the question as it was, was poor. Even to Jensen "hey, did Jared fuck up in the scene and did you bail him out?" Puts Jensen on the spot just as well. Not to mention it`s TV. They would have re-shot. Why not ask if they did improv in the scene?

I get the nervousness, totally I do. I only mustered up the courage to ask Jensen a question by thinking of it hours before and then memorizing the way I wanted to phrase it. :)
But there was a longish pause between Jared coming on stage and her asking the question in which I felt she had enough time to realize she`be talking to Jared now.

And I really did think when Jensen came back and he related the question, in the moment where they whispered to each other, Jared looked unhappy about it.
Nov. 14th, 2007 03:49 pm (UTC)
What? What?
Nov. 14th, 2007 03:54 pm (UTC)
Do you mean what happened? A fan who had been in line to ask Jensen a question when Jared came on stage and took over for his panel, then asked Jared, going "this was a question for Jensen and his answer would have been better" and then she basically asked him if he fucked up his lines in a scene in Bedtime stories and Jensen swooped in to save him.

He was very gracious about it but I felt uncomfortable watching it. And then Jensen came back on stage Jared asked him about it - obviously it had stayed on his mind - and they were whispering something to each other where Jared did look a bit hurt. Made me feel bad for him.
Nicely though Jensen in answering stood up for Jared.
Nov. 14th, 2007 04:00 pm (UTC)
Uh, I don't think it was that. IIRC, she wanted to ask Jensen a question from the time he was on Dark Angel but she quickly improvised with this one. That's why she said that. I think. But well, they joked about his answer about drunk!Jensen being better than Jensen's so... And if she did want to ask about that, it would have been better if she did ask Jensen because it was him who jumped in... I didn't mind that at all :D

What I minded was when Jared stepped on the stage with the "anonymous" question, the woman that yelled something at him and how he played all cringy...
Nov. 14th, 2007 04:11 pm (UTC)
I just thought the question ended up being all awkward because well, it implies he screwed up on the job. Not exactly what I would ask any actor. Why not ask if they did improv in that scene?
And there was enough time between Jared coming on stage and her being called on for her question.

Basically I just felt bad because later on Jared did sport a little hurt look. Of course the actors always make these things into jokes and play over them but I imagine it can still sting.
Nov. 14th, 2007 04:26 pm (UTC)
I didn't know about the 'incident' but may I ask which scene exactly in Bedtime Stories you're all referring to? It might well have gone unnoticed. I'm just not the perceptive type.

Nov. 14th, 2007 04:29 pm (UTC)
The one where they walk together - not the one with the frog, before that - and have that "it could be..." "or it could be..." "I got nothing" "me neither".
Nov. 14th, 2007 05:05 pm (UTC)
Uhm, can't say I remember anything...weird? about that scene but then again, it does happen a lot that I just miss things due to my not quite so satisfying English skills. Perhaps I'll re-watch the scene if I'm in the mood.

Embarrassing question to ask in any case...
Nov. 14th, 2007 06:48 pm (UTC)
The woman was really rude. If this question was for Jensen, she should have just sit down again after Jensen left the stage!

But I liked that, when Jensen came back on stage and Jared asked him the question, he was all bitchy. Everybody who was there said they got the feeling, Jensen heard the rude girl and that's why he behaved all pissed and bitchy to that question. I love that :-)
Nov. 14th, 2007 09:22 pm (UTC)
But I liked that, when Jensen came back on stage and Jared asked him the question, he was all bitchy. Everybody who was there said they got the feeling, Jensen heard the rude girl and that's why he behaved all pissed and bitchy to that question. I love that :-)

It`s so cute how they complement each other and help each other out. Jared draws the attention from shy Jensen and Jensen`s dry wit feasts off of Jared`s joyous attitude.

As a kid I was so bummed to find that the leads in my shows didn`t like each other (Remington Steele etc) so it`s kinda sweet they are as much off-screen as on-screen.
Nov. 15th, 2007 12:35 am (UTC)
Remington Steele-They didn't like each other? Why?
My disillusionment was MASH. I was living abroad and reruns were the only english show in the nights, and my dad explained that the reason for the major cast change was that main characters hated each other... That and Star Trek.
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Nov. 14th, 2007 09:20 pm (UTC)
And no matter how she could have phrased it, it was still a rude thing to ask.

Would have been for Jensen as well. I mean what kind of answer does one expect from somebody who is NOT a major jerk and who LIKES their co-star. "Yeah totally, I``m so burdened with this loser in my workplace"? Just all-around weird.

I think asking neutrally if there was improv in that scene like someone did earlier about the "sonofubatich" would have been just fine.

Though the fan who brought up "fanfiction" made me sink down in my seat as well.

It didn`t bother me at Asylum because they know it exists and we know they know it but now it`s kinda: it was brought up, he was cute about it, move on.
It`s really a question where there isn`t much to say. They will hardly jump up and down and yell "yay, porn about us, I read it out loud at family gatherings" so what`s the point?
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