So I'm being uber-fangirl and after talking to Michael Hogan for a few minutes convinced him to take a picture with me (in all fairness someone else started the whole photo thing) and while I'm snapping a shot of said other guy, Aaron Douglas walks by and is like "Why would you want to take your picture with him? He's a Cylon." To which I quickly retort, "Um, look who's talking." And he stares straight at me and says, "Am I? Am I really a cylon." Then winks and walks away. Oh, these pesky actors have been trained so well by Ron Moore to be deceitful and misleading at all costs.
Now that I've actually done some work, I decide to head downstairs with my friend where we're told we can get the photo we took with Tricia and Grace downloaded onto the nifty little digital keychains they are giving out as part of the goodie bags. Our picture isn't quite ready yet, so I decide to head to the rest room since there is shockingly no line at this point (a rarity at ladies' rooms at parties.) In fact, the only person in there is Erica Cerra (Deputy Jo from Eureka) and she's putting on a fresh coat of lipstick. She looks amazing. Another Sci Fi channel star whose uniform is doing them no favors. What is Sci Fi thinking having these gorgeous guys and gals in uniforms all the time? The ratings would skyrocket for episodes where these women get to let their hair down. Oh, or if the guys didn't have shirts on ... either way works.
Afterwards, I get my pic and it is really, really tiny but you can make out that it is me and my friend sandwiched between Grace and Tricia. Then I head back upstairs, see that the festivities are starting to die down a bit, but the people I'd want to talk to are still surrounded by other folks so I decide to call it a night. I grab my goodie bag (filled with the aforementioned digital photo keychain) and the third season of Battlestar Galactica on DVD. Score!!!
All in all a pretty entertaining night. I just can't wait for Season 4 to start, and I swear I'm not just saying that because I work for the same people that own the Sci Fi Channel.