Absolutely tragic news today: the Comic-Con panel for “Bones” has been canceled. This catastrophic disaster could affect dozens, maybe even hundreds of geeks who were planning to ask David Borneaz a question about “Angel.” Michael Ausiello, the vacant-eyed Billy Bush of entertainment writers who was supposed to moderate the panel, says:
According to a show rep, both Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz are unable to make the trek to San Diego for personal reasons. As a result, the session has been scrapped.
Anyway, lots of other entertainment sites are beefing up their coverage of Comic-Con, with multiple reporters and live Twitter updates and yadda yadda *wank* *fart noise*. My solemn promise to you, the reader, is that I will continue to sit on my couch and be surly about the excessive hype created by obsessive geeks. If I have some extra time, I’ll come up for some new epithets for Ausiello, a fawning moron of staggering incompetence who won’t stop until he’s destroyed the meaning of the word “exclusive.” That’s the real shame of the “Bones” panel being canceled: it would have been a great time to throw rocks and glass bottles at him.