Does anyone know when this cameo occured, which show, season or date?
My god in heaven...PLEASE tell me this isnt true?......PLEASE?......
"That's just what i need...
a good woman to kick
my butt now and then"
"Ere" <seahawk...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
Also, I researched a bit and Collective Soul also did an appearance.
I knew it was a band that I liked and their credibility took a hit
when they turned up at the Peach Pit.
She was wearing flanel, big @ the time.
REM was on Party of Five. The Violent Femmes were on Sabrina the Teenage Witch,
even more campier.
Doing a search on ImDb & TV Guide.com can help you see what TV shows bands have
done & when they will air.
I'm waiting for the Simpson's rerun, myself, never having taped it.
"Spacebloom69" <spaceb...@cs.com> wrote in message
Actually, wasn't that from a movie? I don't remember which one, but I
remember some movie about a nuclear war where the people were either
going to, or supposed to be going to an R.E.M. concert (think it was
back around the time of _Green_). Then again, maybe I'm delirious.
I think I know what you're talking about, does the sky turn all red and they
end up at a radio station and then a mall or something?
Stupid Fan Tricks - A David Letterman Fansite
-------We're Closed Losers!-------
I don't know if this is what you remember but the television adaptation of
Stephen King's The Stand from the early 90's has a similar R.E.M. mention.
Before a military produced strain of super flu decimates 99% of the US
population, Fran Goldsmith (Molly Ringwald) remarks that she has tickets to
an upcoming R.E.M. concert. The concert never gets a chance to happen before
the total breakdown of civilization ensues.
"We're always trying to be better songwriters. I think we're doing OK."-Mike
Yes! That was it - _The Stand_. I was thinking nukes, but yeah - that
"$uRoot" <blac...@thinktankdecoy.com> wrote in message
Wow... purely by coincidence I watched all 6 hours of The Stand again
*yesterday*. And the description of the REM part is 100% accurate :)
I'm overdue to see that again. It's been a few years.
The Stand is one of my favorite books BTW. I 've always thought that the
storyline is a modern day tribute to The Lord Of The Rings.
The six hour mini-series is well done and fairly true to the original book.
It's worth seeing, even if you're not a Stephen King fan.
I am a fan... a big one... did you read the darktower series?
i love that episode.
...whip it good...
...we all disagree, i think we should disagree, yeah...--The Strokes.
Or the skit on SNL where Julia Sweeny plays a character who's fast becoming her
mother. When her husband questions her (T. Hanks) about her fave band, she @
first says Patti Page, then REM once he snaps her out of it.
Does anyone remember M. Stipe on the Adventures of Pete & Pete, where he played
the ice cream man?
No I haven't. I started The Gunslinger a few years ago during an airline
flight and after about 20 pages or so decided I wasn't in the mood to read.
No reflection on the book. It was a bumpy uncomfortable flight. But I never
got around to picking it up again. Maybe I should now since I've read that
he is close to finishing the series. I won't have to wait as long for the
conclusion as some of you have...:-)
So trust me on this one: you HAVE to read the series!!!
I think you've convinced me Kirsten.....:-)
I'll give Gunslinger another shot as soon as I can find it and give book two
a try as well. I'll let you know what I think of it.