Sunday was the final day and a bit slower. Here's what was covered and what happened.
- Press room with some other cast members (Ksenia Solo, Kris Holden-Reid) of Lost Girl that ran over an hour. Which made me late to the Fringe room so I ended up not covering. Still, it was a fun room (Lost Girl) about one of my fave new shows.
- Finally had a proper lunch for the first time all week.
- Interview with Tom Kenny (SpongeBob) and Bill Fagerbakke (Patrick) at the Nickelodeon booth. They did an awesome promo for me as their characters. Hilarious guys!
My interviews at DC got canceled due to scheduling conflicts but I know I can get some of them later. It gave me time to walk around the floor again after not having done so since Wednesday. Got to buy my annual Cody Vrosh tie (bought 2 this year). If you don't know his work, look him up. Just amazing stuff. Said my good-byes to lots of folks as well. Hit a few booths I had been meaning to check out all week. I also went up to the autograph area as I knew my pal Olivia d'Abo was doing a signing. We keep in touch via email but hadn't seen each other in years. Always so sweet to me. See?
I felt all pimp as she had a line of people and came out to gave me a big hug and kiss. And then told me to give her a ring when I'm in LA so we could hang. (Heart 'sploded, reformed and 'sploded again). I had her old number in my phone so she put her new one in as the line of people wondered who I was. Ha! Sorry folks! I'm nobody.
After a disco nap back home, I met up with pals Andy Belanger and Becky Cloonan for some StripClub Steakhouse action. Alas, no strippers but good food! Then it was off to the Dead Dog party where I got to catch up with a few folks and chat with some I didn't see all weekend. Fabio and Gabriel and I walked to the Hyatt and it was practically a ghost town. Unlike the rest of the week where it was a madhouse. I stayed for a short time and then popped over to the Top Gun bar/restaurant (where the film was shot) for some more drinks with some English pals. Soon joined by a few others and by 2...we called it a night.
Thanks again, Comic Con. You were a whirlwind as usual but so much fun. I worked my butt off and still feel like I didn't do enough. Next year, I need to NO spread myself so thin. (No fat jokes). Se you next year!