I’m just gonna tell you. I’m just… I’m gonna tell you and trust that you know that I am still me. The night of the boat party. I got scratched. And that’s why I broke up with Major. And it’s why I got a job at the morgue. So that I could get brains. Because that is what I have to eat to stay me. Or this version of me. There are z o m b i e s in the world, Peyton. And I’m one of them.

Sheldon: Why are you crying?
Penny: Because I’m stupid!
Sheldon: That’s no reason to cry. One cries because one is sad. For example, I cry because others are stupid, and that makes me sad.

Sheldon Lee Cooper & Penny

The Big Bang Theory

‘We All Float Down Here’ (inspired by Stephen King’s 'It’) by Ghoulish Gary Pullin


L i f e” or whatever we zombies agree to call the daily grind, means being bombarded with almost constant reminders of the things we can no longer enjoy. Cheeseburgers. A rosy complexion. Progeny. Sex, on the other hand. That’s back on the menu for this zombie.

The Physics of Friendship - The Big Bang Theory art show at Gallery Nucleus will open October 19th. My piece from SDCC will be included! I’ll be at the gallery for the opening night festivities. Come say hi and check out all the amazing artwork on display.

As The Vampire Diaries is preparing for its final season, The CW is developing another vampire drama: The Lost Boys.

Rob Thomas (iZombie, Veronica Mars) is executive producing and writing a series based on the 1987 horror-comedy cult classic for Gulfstream TV and Warner Bros Television.

The show is planned as a seven-season anthology, with each one taking place in a different decade. The first season is set in San Francisco in 1967. The characters and setting will change every season, but the vampires - who never age - will remain the same.

I can’t say I’m a frequent viewer of The CW, but Thomas’ involvement makes this project promising. Besides, you can’t deny that his idea is pretty ingenious.