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Nerds Everywhere are Happy

by Angel Cohn April 25, 2008 4:08 pm
I love Seth Green, he's one of the few people from Buffy who I refer to using their real name instead of their character name when I see them in other projects. Trust me, this comes up way more frequently then you would think. Anyway, I love him. I even sat through the most mind-numblingly boring and massively disapointing panel at New York Comic Con last weekend just to hear him talk about Robot Chicken: Star Wars for a few short minutes. Yeah, I've got a problem. Anyway, to celebrate Earth Week, Conan O'Brien had him on pretty much just because of his name. Funny segment, where they reference all sorts of geeky things. To top it off, the entire time I'm watching it, I can't help but think that because of the tremendous height and body type difference between the two of them, it sort of looks like that scene in the first Lord of the Rings movie where Gandalf and Frodo are riding in the cart and one is gigantic (that would be Conan in this scenario) and one is just an itty bitty hobbit (that would be Seth). I need a life... too bad I'm off to see a Star Wars exhibit this weekend.

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