Thursday, August 6, 2009

ARG(h)-Con "Schedule of Events"

Okay, so sadly ARG(h)-Con isn't real but we can make it semi-real through the power of Twitter! This weekend (August 7-9) I'm going to be twittering about what's "going on" at ARG(h)-Con and I'd like you to do the same.
This is a very vague "schedule" of the events going on at ARG(h)-Con. Your not required to follow it exactly but it'd be nice if you mentioned at least one of the things on their given day. It'd also be really nice if you'd mention each of the "Ongoing Stuff" at least once. Feel free to make up things yourself but try not to say anything that would contradict what's here. Your first priority is to have fun and be creative.
These are we, the one's that be at ARG(h)-Con. (If you've happened upon this and would like to participate let me know in the comments and I'll add you here.)
If your not already following each other then at least follow each other for this weekend. Try to build off/interact with each other a lot. That's the only way we'll be able to really have fun with this. I might be updating this post with new stuff so try to check it every once in a while. We can use #arghcon as a hashtag.
Just so you know, I realize I'm taking this way too seriously so yeah...

Ongoing Stuff

Free Tacos (Instead of being free of charge they are actually a breed of living tacos that have escaped from their cages and must be caught if we want to eat them.)

The Baywatch Complete Series DVD Box Set gets released and everybody starts throwing the DVDs around like frisbees until they're all destroyed.

The pug puppies end up going crazy because of all the Free Tacos and chase them around. So throughout ARG(h)-Con the puppies are roaming around looking for the Free Tacos

The premiere of Monk is being shown over and over again in some room.

Friday Morning

Fran and Kaz Kuzui annouce that their new Buffy movie will be written by JJ Abrams and directed by Michael Bay.

Pug Puppy Parade (The pug puppies end up going crazy because of all the Free Tacos and chase them around. So through ARG(h)-Con the puppies are roaming around looking for the Free Tacos)

Q&A with the remaining cast of Bonanza. The first question that's asked is, "What the hell is Bonanza?"

Friday Evening

A Ponderosa MMORPG is announced. (Mandrake3k thought of this one.)

Morgan Freeman reads my script for a movie called Dinosuars from Outer Space. (For info on that go here.)

Saturday Morning

Someone calls in a bomb threat and everyone has to evacuate. Later we find out it was just Uwe Boll announcing he's next movie "Frogger". He says it has lots of car chases and real prostitute nudity.

A panel for the Free Credit Report band. It turns out that it was just an excuse to get them there so we could beat them up. (This one was inspired by Geehak. He actually wanted there to be an assassination attempt.)

Saturday Evening

A panel for Tim Burton's lawyer. (It was originally suppose to be Tim Burton himself but he never even considered coming. He sent he's lawyer because of all the harassing phone calls he kept getting.)

A panel for a new webseries called The Clan.

Sunday Morning

The Godfather Sing-Along (After a little while we realize this idea doesn't make any sense and it gets switched to Commentary! The Musical from the Dr. Horrible DVD)

Danny Devito gets drunk and does a Q&A. (Geehak thought of this one.) Maybe we can have an on going debate about whether its actually him or just somebody who walked in off the street. And we can post the "questions" people ask and then post the "answers".

Sunday Evening

Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd's stunt doubles from Moonlighting fight David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson's stunt doubles from The X-Files in hand-to-hand combat. (We can describe it and eventually decide who wins.)

I announce my preliminary plans to maybe talk about creating a webseries with Andrew Seely, the creator of Melts In Your Pocket, about a ghost who solves mysteries at an all-girl's boarding school. (This is actually kind of real. Andrew wants to meet with me sometime soon to talk about it. Nothing is set in stone and it may never come to fruition so yeah. Its still pretty cool though don't you think? I'm thinking of calling it either "Spooktacular" or "Golgotha: A School for Girls" but those seem pretty stupid.)

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