Saturday, February 6, 2010
Because we couldn't continue to paint without painters tape and other supplies. We headed to Lowes.. while out I wanted to get a DVD holder as we have out grown our three DVD shelves already. In the end we got our home supplies, picked up a larger DVD holder and stopped by Staples and got two very nice and expensive office chairs.
By the time we got home it was later and neither of us felt like painting so instead we watched six hours of Lost. We fell behind last season so we had to watch four hours form last season and then the 2 hour premiere of the final season. I knew once we started we wouldn't stop. After the 4 hours of last season it was almost midnight and I asked if Harry wanted to wait till tomorrow to watch the 2 hour premiere and he said.. we can watch them now.. it will end at 1:30ish so we stayed up and watch it..
I've loved Lost since I saw the pilot at comic con in 2004 and still loving to today.. it's confusing and crazy at times but it's such a fun roller coaster ride and I look forward to this final season. I haven't a clue what's happening or where it's going but you know what... I don't care... I'm just going to sit back and enjoy the ride.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Monday, February 1, 2010
Here it is Episode 12 part 2 of Knights of the Guild. We hope you enjoy it.
Today’s show features:
- * First up we have a Vorkism.
- * We are recording this weeks podcast from the back of the Vork-mobile
- * We discuss Behind the Scenes of Episode 1 Season 3 Expansion Time
- * We have a fun fan Interview with SoapboxMark
- * We thank our donors
- * Then we have our final words and we say goodbye aka Business Time.
You do need a password to access it. The password is KOTG
Thank you again for all your support, we do this podcast because we are fans and more importantly for the fans.
Kenny & Jenni
Sunday, January 31, 2010
by Chris Feyrer Check out his website HERE
Kenny Mittleider always wanted to be popular. What he didn’t know was that he would be some day, hosting the Internet podcast Knights of the Guild, the official podcast of the web series The Guild.
Mittleider, in his late thirties, is a post production supervisor in southern California and a huge self-proclaimed geek, with a major Star Wars collection and a sweet, huggable teddy-bear personality.
Enter Jenni Powell, former Lonelygirl15 crew member and transplant to the crazy world that is Los Angeles, funny, quirky, irreverent, and chasing the dream of web series industry success.
Both offered their talents to Felicia Day’s web series The Guild crew back in the first run of the off-the-wall comedy about a group of addicted gamers forced to interact offline. Back then, all was funded by PayPal and run by volunteers, with Jenni as Production assistant and Kenny working behind the scenes on featurettes and in post production. Already fans, they became even more hooked while working on the show, with the access to the awesome cast, crew, and fan base that makes up the Guild community.
Thusly, a fan podcast was born.
Powell found herself Mittleider’s partner in crime, and together “Kenny and Jenni” have built quite a name for themselves not only for their excellent coverage of The Guild but for their great repoire and hilarious online personas.
From the first edition, it was clear that this was not your every day fan podcast. With professional quality audio production, show-to-show continuity, and clever lead-ins to each section of their show, Knights of the Guild launched a year ago and became a staple for fans looking for the latest and greatest in goings-on with the Los Angeles-based web series.
Kenny and Jenni make it look easy. What fans don’t see are the hours and hours of preproduction, organizing schedules with cast members for interviews, soliciting and handling fan feedback, dealing with crazy technical difficulties, and spreading the word near and far that goes on behind the scenes.
To both of them I wanted to say bravo and congrats for a year of hilarity, unicorns, one-liners, and insightful cast, fan and crew interviews.
If you are a fan of online gaming, comedy, or social outcasts, and you still haven’t seen The Guild, please quit living under your rock and go to http://www.watchtheguild.com and then check out Kenny and Jenni’s awesome Knights of the Guild podcast at: http://knightsoftheguild.com .
Hours of laughter later, you’ll understand why the podcast has thousands of downloads and the web series is in the top ten comedies on ITunes.
It was truly and amazing night of friends, podcasting and good times. I would like to thank all our guests for making the trek out of my house (I live in the middle of nowhere). Felicia, Kim, Michele, Brian, Fernie, Andrew, Will, Mel, Jay, Greg, Jared, Sean, Megan and Ray.
It was an awesome night and I wish we did that for every podcast.