[Made Of Fail] Episode 36: In Conclusion, Alan Rickman

Episode 36 is live!


Thank you so much to Mark Oshiro (@MarkDoesStuff) from Mark Reads/Mark Watches! Catch up on his Harry Potter and Twilight reviews, or follow him with his current projects with The Hunger Games and Firefly!

Also a huge thank you to the always wonderful Cleolinda Jones for joining us, and for filling in for Dayna this episode! Read her latest interview at CNN’s Geek Out! column!

Finally, a huge congratulations to our dedicated audio editor Devin and his fiancée Rachel for their recent engagement!

Been following the story of Emily’s eyes at http://foresthouseeyes.livejournal.com/? Long story short: Her most recent surgery is taking well and the donations have made a huge difference!

In related news, the Made Of Fail auction has been won! Listener George will be joining us on January’s show, with a discussion topic of his choosing, for his winning bid of $500! Thank you so very much, George!

Emily still has one eye left to take care of! Visit http://foresthouseeyes.livejournal.com/ for more details on how you can help!

We hope you enjoyed Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 as much as we did! And even if you didn’t, it doesn’t make you any less of a fan, according to Damon Lindelof in an incredibly classy retraction of his previous statements of the opposite view. Major respect, man. Major respect.

And finally, but no less important, if you haven’t been following the story of the seven-year-old girl who was ridiculed for liking Star Wars, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. Katie, the internet thinks you are awesome and you keep on rocking. Geek girls are a treasure, and we here at Made Of Fail would like to add our voices to the pile of affirmation. May the Force be with you, Katie.

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