Because I haven't updated in forever since April, this entry will be mostly about things I did in April.
Los Angeles just seems like a completely different country compared to Orange County. First of all, there's the problem of traffic, which I battled with for the majority of the time I drove in LA yesterday.
Anyway. On April 21 I went to see Whose Line Is It Anyway. I had a ticket and everything and the line was rather long, but I was hoping I would be able to get in to see the show. To make a long story short, I didn't (kind of-ish). Apparently they ran out of room so they moved all the people who wanted to go to the overfill room to the overfill room, which was just another room. It was from that room that me and a bunch of other people saw the show being taped. We saw it on TV screens. Needless to say, it was a bit of a downer.
(And, also, it's a common thing for TV studios to give out a bunch of tickets for TV tapings because they want to get a full house? IDK. Their logic, while quite logical--they want to make sure all seats are filled--is, at the same time, quite illogical, because there were people there who were hoping to actually get into the taping room and see it live and not from the overfill room.)
So anyway, fast forward to around 10 PM--3/4 of the people who had been in the room already left, so it was just me, a group of four people, and two other people. Then this guy comes in and says they need two people, because apparently there are two empty seats, and they need those filled for when they film the audience (IDK--something like that) and, considering how I was just the one person in my group (I'm suddenly reminded of the Muppets song Me Party--wow), I said I would go. Because why not? I needed a change.
So I got to be in the same room as the WLiiA cast for about fifteen minutes.
Overall, if I had the opportunity, I would probably go again, but I would get to the st...--Cut-- Click here for more --Cut--