Monday, May 5, 2008

Nutting Nielsen

Let me begin by thanking everyone for all the supportive emails.

Secondly, I seem to have confused some people by what my comment about leaving the fandom meant. Originally, I meant I would discontinue blogging about Jericho and that is partially true.

The main thing I meant is that I will no longer be affiliated with any particular group or message board or forum. I am going it alone. I will continue to post about Nuts To Nielsen but that is the only Jericho campaign I will blog. JM will continue to follow Nielsen ratings and will now be doing extensive coverage of Supernatural on CW.

Thanks NorsU.

"This is the Florida Vendor - hold off to Monday after 10:00 AM - They are setting up website to reflect better shipping terms - We then have a week to fill nut orders."

For West Coast Nuts- go here.

"The "Jericho" fandom may be an irritant to CBS Par execs, but at a time when even TV's top shows are taking double-digit ratings hits, it's heartening to see that TV, even canceled TV, can still stir up such passion in viewers who adopt shows as their own."


Anonymous said...

Very glad to see you will still be providing us with news. Being a fan does not mean you need to be associated with any group. :)

Sweet Tea said...

Thank you, hawks. You're right. Being a fan does not require membership in any group. Wish I'd seen that sooner.

AmyV said...

Welcome back!! And I agree wholeheartedly with hawks. You're a fan of Jericho. You don't need "membership" in any group to validate that. Given all you've done for the show, no one can even pretend you're not a fan or a big supporter.

erika said...

YAY! Welcome back! I know you will add your lovely take on all things relevant to Jericho and the Nielsens (and anything else that you find interesting).

Also looking forward to your new foray into Supernatural... another fave of mine. ;)

Sweet Tea said...

Thank you, Amy. You are very kind. I am and always will be a fan of Jericho.

Thanks, Erika. We've got to let people know about Supernatural. They don't know what they're missing.