Whoosh! Issue 83 - November 2003
Editor's Page

From the Editor-in-Chief:
AMC, Karen Sisco, DVDs, Tarzan, and Fires

From the Editor-in-Chief:

AMC, Karen Sisco, DVDs, Tarzan, and Fires

The Lena Kundera on All My Children Episode Guide has become the most popular area on Whoosh. Our traffic has improved 50% since the site started covering the character two months ago. If you have not checked out the Lena Kundera episode guide, check it out now by clicking here. It covers all of Lena Kundera's appearances from the beginning to the latest episodes. There is a gap from May to August which I am slowly filling in. Unfortunately, I am only human, and require sleep and a day job to support my various popular culture habits. I hope to have it complete by the end of the year.

The Lena Kundera Theater, where 200 megs of new clips are available chronologically each Friday, has already had over 3000 visitors the first week it was open. The Lena Kundera Theater is accessible through the Lena Kundera episode guide.

It looks like the best new show of the season is Karen Sisco, but unfortunately, ABC has only ordered 8 new episodes, not a full season. If this show bites the dust, it will illustrate exactly what is wrong with television these days.

My Xena: Warrior Princess DVD project is still on. I will doing the interviews in a fortnight for a documentary on one of the episodes of the third season. I am getting jazzed about it. I am also trying to get another extra through but it will take some good lobbying...but if I can get it in, a lot of fans will be very happy about it.

My good Xena bud, Bret Rudnick has moved from California to New Zealand. I wish him tons of luck and lots of love. I know he will be happy there.

We have a new staff member, Nancy Sondy who will be editor for the Tarzan episode guide. If you have any ideas for the Tarzan guide or would like to contribute as a synopsis writer, commentary writer, or other capacity, please write to the new editor.

Last but not least, California is going through a soul-cleansing. My house made it, but thousands did not. It was a scary 24 hours for me, but it will be a scary year for others. Fire is one of the most majestic and unstoppable forces of nature. It makes you humble awfully fast.

It's Halloween here in Malibu Canyon. It is raining (yay!) and cold for these parts (must be in the high 40's). It reminds me of Fall in Michigan.

Until next month!

Kym Masera Taborn
Executive Committee
Malibu, CA
October 31, 2003

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