That’s right, my darlings. The 100th post. A landmark day.
Pop a cork and celebrate with me. I couldn’t have done it without you.
You know what else I’d like to see reach 100? The Skeptologists! Which means it needs to be picked up by a network. So drop on by, if you haven’t already, and send a note of support. I think the Skeptologists would go nicely with some Mythbusters, don’t you?
Kick back, raise your glass, and have a little skeptical TV.
Here’s to you, here’s to quality programming, and here’s to life.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled ranting, already in progress.
Phil Plait, the Bad Astronomer himself, could become a TV star!
The pilot episode of the Skeptologists has been filmed, and it’s time now to shop it out to the networks in hopes that they’ll nudge aside enough pseudoscience, bullshit, mindless yapping, and otherwise pure crap to make room for a nugget of pure gold.
You can find more information on the show here and here. You can throw your weight behind the show thusly:
Also, if you want to support the show (and given how many people responded to the call for a transcriptionist, I see that y’all do!), you can send an email to email@example.com. You’ll get an automated reply, but we’re collecting emails to show networks that there is a demand for quality shows for intelligent people who don’t buy into all the nonsense being aired right now.
Wanna see Phil & Crew on TV! Wanna wanna skeptical show! So do you. So start bawling with me in hopes we get fed. Mmm, tasty fun skepticism!