Thursday, April 23, 2009

Live Thoughts & Discussion: The Girl in the Mask

Once again, many of you have seen "The Girl in the Mask," thanks to the early airing in Canada. Please hold yourselves back just one hour longer so that people who like to live post can do so without knowing what's going to happen.

And, the perpetual warning for the next couple of weeks:

Please, PLEASE, do not put spoilers for upcoming season 4 episodes in this discussion. Many, MANY of the blog readers here avoid spoilers entirely. I'm sure there will be plenty in this episode alone to discuss for everyone's enjoyment :) Check out the Spoiler posts if you want to dish about how this episode is related to/foreshadowing/setting up anything in particular.

Repeated plea - Pretty, pretty, please? With a cherry on top? People still did it for Mayhem last week. I know everyone is excited, but there are lots of people who successfully avoid spoilers entirely and they want to be able to discuss the episode along with everyone else here without fear of being spoiled.

64 comments:

Mary said...

It is totally a woman....why is there a question?

Christa Shishino said...

They're pronunciation of Japanese! Oh, how I giggle!
But I feel special if both Booth and Bones can speak Nihongo, since I'm Japanese. :P

temperance..b said...

I’m not going to revel anything but to say this was a god episode ,nothing like double death
You will love it and love the ending

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZ90fETYTHg

I posted the mid episode break if anyone is interested.

Su

Christa Shishino said...

haha androgyny ftw.
Again, my point is proved. Japanese men look like women xP
Angela is so awesome.

fr0ggie said...

I too was wondering if the Dr. was male or female. I thought it was a female just with a really deep voice. ;)

Amanda said...

An excellent episode--very much like what I loved about seasons 1 & 2. Gotta love the outfits for DB towards the end. I also agree with his assessment of Wendell. :)

While the character of Dr. Tanaka is a guy, imdb says the person portraying him is a woman.

Wendy said...

I liked the episode, though it didn't actually feel like a Bones episode. Even the pacing was different.

Rolywa said...

i love Bones discussing if loving someone is worth it.....I wanted to scream GO RIGHT NOW AND MAKE OUT WITH BOOTH!!!!

Suzanne said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiTsLcqWctY

Promo for Beaver in the Otter aired during Mask.

Su

alanna said...

Wendy - I agree with you. There was something....off....about this episode.

I think it was a good one, but not my favorite of the season.

Shep said...

When Booth fed her the ice cream I actually squealed!

anna kristine said...

Now that ice cream moment was gratuitous, but I squeed nonetheless.

Anonymous said...

It was a good episode. There wasn't that many great moments in it. But then again i knew going in that it wouldn't be a regular episode. I loved when the japanese cop said that brennan was lucky, (to work with booth, Yeah right.) The ending was very nice booth telling brennan that it was worth it. There were a lot of untoned situations.

Anonymous said...

Totally loved it and thought it had the feel and look of S1 episodes--even the blue filter cinematography. Plus, major foreshadowing!

tybonium said...

I think it's really interesting that Brennan tries so hard to be respectful of other cultures when she seems completely oblivious to her own culture's social rituals. I'm guessing that has something to do with her studying anthropology.

This episode didn't feel as Bonesy but I still really enjoyed it.

Anonymous said...

this episode was weird, because I got two opposing feelings from it: (1) it reminded my of old Bones (think Season 1); and, at the same time, (2) it felt... off? less Bones-ish? I'm not sure how to describe it.

Wendy, you were right about the pacing of the episode.. it was just.. off.

I think the weird thing about this episode is that, while most episodes wander around from the squints' lives to Booth & Bones, they tend to "follow" Booth & Bones. This one didn't... it didn't really "follow" any particular major character. I dunno.

Don't get me wrong, I REALLY REALLY REALLY enjoyed this episode. (ESPECIALLY the scene with Bones and the victims' brother, and the end scene...eee!!) And I liked it better than monday's ep. But, still, I couldn't shake that feeling that something was.. different.

Anonymous said...

ahhahah i TOTALLY thought that was a woman. i was like "why are they even questioning?" guess i couldn't have been more wrong! lol

i loooooved this episode. its so good to see the old bones back :) its SO much like season 1 & 2 now. i know its not EXACTLY the same, but ever since 'science in the physicist' (is that right?) it just seems like the old bones, which i loved soooo much. i cant even express in words how happy i am to get that same bones-y feeling after watching these eps.

and after the last couple episodes, i'm more confident that the final two eps will be pretty awesome.

Anonymous said...

Tell me how it ended! Tivo cut it off to go tape the Office. ARRGH!!!

Milky said...

I see some major changes going on (or being hinted... or being induced) with Bren. She really wants to open herself to the new experiences.

Loved the ep, seriously. I wanted to see the loyal-friend Booth and that's what I got, so I feel spoiled haha

Gigi said...

I liked this episode, but since I also love Lolita fashion I really don't think they treated that bit well... It looked like they were in a costume and not dressing in a fashion... It was rather ironic as I was making my new petticoat and watching those scenes.

Otherwise they did a great job with this episode. I thought it was interesting how I got the impression from the sides that Dr Tanaka was a man but when I saw it he looked like a woman... It confused me just a little bit... LOL

Did anyone else think Hodgins was a little upset that he got it wrong? LOL! He totally acted like he was crushing on Dr Tanaka before Angela found out it was a guy!

Jen said...

I loved the episode. And I am so glad they portrayed Brennan as the compassionate, culturally aware person she was in season 1. i also liked that she was in the lab more.

Christa Shishino said...

On a different note, my friend is spaz texting me because she saw DB at the Anaheim Ducks hockey game or something like that.
I love that he loves hockey.

Anonymous said...

Stupid TIVO!! How did it end?! :(

Jeannie said...

I agree with what other posters said, this episode had a really strong season 1 vibe to it. That's the Brennan I remember, and I loved the fact that there was that respect for the victims and their families again I've been missing this season. And that's the Booth I fell in love with, that strong, capable man, good friend and protector. I truly loved every second of this episode.

I too was wondering why there was a question to Dr. Tanaka's sex when she was obviously a woman. Guess I was wrong then. ;-)
That side plot provided just enough comedy and the entire episode worked so well without any overt talks about sex or stupid goofiness.

When Nak explained how respectful Booth had been in Japan, I immediately thought of Booth in England and what an idiot with no respect to other cultures and an unability to fit in he was portrayed there. I much prefer that "Japanese" Booth!

Loved the shout-out to the fans about the ever rotating interns. Seems it's down to those three now. (Fisher is gone for good, too? And I was right, the Muslim intern was only there to provide that questioning moment for Brennan at the end of that episode.)
I really enjoy how they've put in little explanations lately for things the fans have been complaining about, like the dumbing down of Booth or the rotating interns.
And the writing for those past few episodes has been incredible! (Yes, I'm even including the just for fun Double Death episode.) I really wonder what has brought that awesomeness on - was there a change in the writer's room? Has the show simply found its place now after some "experimenting" during season 3 and 4?

Jeannie said...

Um, sorry, forgot something: As I said, I really thought the past few episodes have all been awesome in their own way. When people say that the pacing for this episode was off - it was not a "regular" episode, that's for sure, but I'm really enjoying the (newly reestablished) fact that Bones can be so many different things while still being awesome. That's what seperates the really good shows from the rest. I'm amazed and impressed that the writers managed to pull yet another different, awesome episode out of their hats. I don't think they are comparable in their setup, though. Again, that's very season 1, isn't it?

Anonymous said...

In response to Jeannie's post - do you think it was because of the writer's strike? It still managed to screw up a lot of the script-writing process, Bones included. Perhaps the writing was more of a frantic "Just get something written" type situation. Kind of like the second X-Files movie.

Speaking of which, Bones also follows closely with the X-Files in the sense that they could do eps on anything, in any situation, and it would somehow still make sense. So it could just be writers having a field day and then realizing perhaps they should stick to something more concrete. Just one too many silly "monster of the week" eps (shout-out to x-philes here).

I thought the shooting of this episode was handled beautifully. It was a solid, story-centric episode where characters were there to help it along instead of being the focal points. And I like how it seemed like a much more serious case than most eps this season, which is maybe a nod to the culture swap aspect of it.

The feeding ice-cream to Bones end was a bit much for me. It didn't seem to fit with the rest of the episode. I almost wanted Bones to commend Booth for being as strong and loyal as he was through the whole process. Something that carried the seriousness?

Not that I'm complaining. Obviously :)

Stephanie said...

I'm with all of you who said you were wondering why Dr. Tanaka's gender was even a question. Though apparently, the character was played by an actRESS, so it really was a girl. My friend looked it up, haha. I thought her facial features were just too soft for Dr. Tanaka to be a man. Gotta love how Angela found out, though. That was hilarious!

Is it just me or is this show getting a lot grosser than normal lately? Tonight's melting head, "Dearly Departed's" awful eye thing with Cam, the run over face/skull from "Cinderella..." Normally the ick factor on this show doesn't really bother me, but lately, I've been cringing at least once an episode!

Oh, and this is the first time one of the mid-episode catch-ups annoyed me. Tamara and Michaela were cute and funny in the first one, and I didn't mind the one Tamara and TJ did, either, but for some reason, John's tonight just fell really flat.

Stephanie said...

Oh! For those of you asking how it ended, I've heard a few people saying it cut off when Booth got up to get beer. You really didn't miss anything. Booth gave her the drink, Brennan said something like "Much better," and it faded to black. So don't worry! You didn't miss anything important!

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Stephanie! I was dying here.

Gigi said...

I believe someone commented about the interns - if I am not mistaken all of them (With the exception of the older intern in The Finger in the Nest) have had at least two rotations and considering the arrange of characters they specifically pick an intern for the episode. I do favor Wendell and I hope that he will be around next season. He has that perfect balance of street smarts and lab smarts. And he is a bit of a cutie! ;)

Jeannie said...

Anon, I don't think it has anything to do with the writer's strike. It seems to be as if the writers (and/or showrunners) have been experimenting a bit with the show over the past year when the switch from an almost cult show to a more mainstream audience occured. How much comedy do we need, how much case should be there, how much character stuff? That's what it felt like to me, and now it seems, they've found just the right mix. I'm really hoping they are laying off that stupid goofiness for good, it simply didn't work for me. Yanks is a good example for that. I wasn't laughing. At all. Same goes for lame jokes over dead bodies (think Salt in the Wounds and that "I get a sudden craving for chips" or something along those lines when they found that girl. That was so low.)

I don't know what triggered this change in writing but I'm definitely enjoying it. This is one of the strengths of the show, the ability to still surprise me after 4 years of watching it. And last night's episode proved that they can still pull off what made me fall in love with this show in the first place. That doesn't mean that I want every episode from now on to be like that, no, I really enjoy the mix they've given us lately. And I'm really excited about those new episodes now.

Anonymous said...

I was a little so-so on this episode only because I have been so very much enjoying all the intense character-delving. If that was all giving way in favor of a relaly good case i could understand it but for some reason the case seemed like it was interesting enough to have been done more excitingly- the japanese culture stuff had a lot of potential and I feel like it was not so clever. the thing about the case-heavy episodes (as opposed to character-heavy) is that they can be really clever and fun and this for me fell a tiny bit short. also they usually manage to get something character-wise in there without compromising the pace but its like they didn't even try this time, other than bones continuing to wonder at why on earth someone would emotionally connect to another human being.

the ice cream moment was pretty awesome! except i felt like it was kind of sabatoged by the fact that bones was all like 'whats with the ice cream? i want beer.' and booth was like 'ok'. so then i was wondering what WAS with the ice cream- not in a shipper way but in a general, that episode ended awkwardly way.

also, cananyone tell me who directed this episode? I cant find it anywhere. the writers appear to be the regular staff writers...

Anonymous said...

Anyone have the download links?

Anonymous said...

OK, I am clearly in the minority here, but this wasn't my favorite. I actually prefer some of the goofy!
parts i did love: booth's characterization, brennan's thinking about love. both those parts made up for it being a little boring in places

Anonymous said...

Perhaps the pacing felt "off" because of the music, which often times had a lot of quiet, slower, undertones of traditional Japanese music and instruments (which I personally really liked).

Rebecca said...

Regarding Japanese Booth vs UK Booth: I, too, definitely prefer Nak's description of culturally sensitive Japanses Booth! Since the over-goofiness in the UK bothered me, here is the explanation I have come up with for myself. I think that since Brennan was with him in UK, Booth felt the need to "dumb himself down," as both Angela and Wyatt have suggested.

Mickey said...

@Anon, it was directed by Ian Toynton who is a co-exec producer as well as one who directs a lot of episodes (including Yanks, if I'm not mistaken). Links for all eps are at http://www.sidereel.com/Bones

winona said...

After reading the equivocal feelings writers above seemed to have about the ending of this week's episode, I'm just wondering if what we feel (yes I am among those that are confused)is mirroring the feelings that Booth is projecting in scenes like this. I remember a couple of weeks ago when Brennan came to Booth's apartment at the end for the "jealousy" discussion. I remember thinking that Booth was very pleased to see her and then as that discussion continued and she didn't want to go out to eat but wanted to drink, he seemed to come down a bit. He looked - I don't know - a bit sad or dejected or "crestfallen" as fans noted at the end of Mayhem. I'm thinking the following: Sweets mentioned in an earlier episode that it was funny how Booth was always trying to get Brennan to eat pie; that this could be seen as a seduction. I agree with that assessment and am wondering if the ice cream in the latest episode was another attempt for him to do that. I love the fact that Brennan's been at his apartment so often in this season's episodes and that it seems to be a usual ending to their day now, maybe. But in this episode she again rebuffed his attempt to seduce her. I think I've picked up on some frustration on Booth's part that even though Brennan seems to be picking up the pace in acknowledging love issues and in being open with him for such discussions, she still seems to be missing his overtures. All in all, I like this quandry. Could make for interesting and surprising future episodes for Booth! Thoughts, anyone?

alanna said...

Okay, I have to comment again. I slept on it, then watched the episode again this morning and I have to say this was an *excellent* episode!

I didn't read any spoilers about the episode, but several people proclaimed that it was the best episode of the season - up there with 'Con Man' and 'Mayhem'. I was so psyched b/c I thought for sure there was going to be a phenomenal B/B moment...I didn't stop to think that the *case* would be the best part of the episode. :)

Fave Scenes -
*The 'you're a lucky woman' scene between Brennan and Ken.

*The scene when Sweets is in the interrogation room w/ the other girl and stands to look at Booth through the mirror.

*The ending with the ice cream. (Of course!)

Anonymous said...

I thought it was great. I liked how Take comminted about if he was willing to give his life for his sister, how could it not be worth having her in his life to love.. or something like that... Which I hope got Bones to thinking.

Alos loved Sicko is a technical term from the half time review

I am for Clark as a Dr. there (he has been called a Dr on the show and is an expert) and Wendell both!

CCB

Jeannie said...

I have to admit, I'm not going crazy over that icecream moment. I just don't think it was overly significant, at least not to me. For me, the most important line(s) of this episode were these: "If I was willing to give up my life for Sachi, why would I not be willing to risk my happiness for her?" THAT ought to get Brennan thinking.

Mary said...

Well I really enjoyed this episode. I totally agree with the assessment that cultural reject UK Booth was partially a play to Bones and therefore without her he is "better". As for the ice cream thing. He said something about how it was a problem that they always unwound with alcohol..interesting. Is this because he thinks HE may drink too much? Like his father? Or because he wants them to "talk" clear headed and alcohol free....more than just drinking buddies.... Btw the scene with the massage....hilarious!

Anonymous said...

Can someone talk about Booth 'dumbing' himself down? I've kind of missed that. What exactly have Angela and Wyatt said about it?

jenny said...

Jeannie,I wholeheartedly agree with your thoughts on the writers and their...experiments-that's exactly what I was thinking,too,although I think the strike must have played a small part too.It seems I prefer the pre-strike epis of S3(including Baby in the Bough,which was shot pre-strike),except for Verdict,which is,in fact,one of my favourites,ever.
I hope we didn't get you Americans mad with our comments on the other thread-I would be pissed too about Canada if I was American,although now of course I couldn't help watcing the episode earlier(although I never download them,I just watch them-it makes me feel less guilty I guess).But I was so overwhelmingly enthusiastic about this epi that I couldn't stop myself!This is Bones on its best!Every character was the way I've known and loved them!The case was very good AND we had some very funny moments here and there:
-Angela's way of finding out about Dr.Tanaka-and the teams reaction to her impulsivity *and* her findings
-(my favourite)Hodgins:"I rarely find motive in bird vomit"!!!LOl! etc
This is by far my favourite episode this season-this is a perfect S4 example of why I fell in love with this show in the first place!I also loved the japanese music and the scene of Sweets interrogating Nozomi and looking through the mirror,as someone said above!
ED and DB were great,as always.It was nice to see DB as angry,protective,respectful,goofiness-free Booth again-I had missed it.And Emily is always excellent,up until the tinniest gesture or the slightest look.
I actually enjoyed DDotDD more,when I watched it again once more today,after this amazing epi!Laughed really hard,especially at Hodgins' speech!
By the way,Winona,I really liked your interpretation of the last scene,it made me understand sth I had missed and hadn't even realised!I thought "man,she prefers beer to ice-cream!!No wonder why she's so slim" LOL But what you're saying totally makes sense!
P.S.Is it just because I'm greek or was this episode a little harder to understand-in terms of language,I mean.Maybe it was becuase of the japanese guys and their unusual promunciation,but it was really difficult for me to understand sometimes.I usually get around 90% of the dialogues the first time I watch,upt to 98-99% the second and by the third I've managed to figure it all out and memorize any words I didn't know(English practice,hehe!)But this time...argh!I'm still not certain about one or two moments.Thank God much of the scientific-medical terminology is of greek or latin origin or it would be much more difficult![I smiled when I heard Emily saying "..bleeding diathesis" :-)]And could please one of you japanese fans explain the dialogues in japanese where there were no subtitles (e.g. Brennan's words when she first met Ken)?Thanks!

Carrie said...

I watched the end a few times--and I think Booth's last comment was significant, though it was delivered almost like a throwaway. I can't remember the exact wording but he had just been talking about how important it really is, how wonderful it is, to have the moments with someone you love, meaning Parker--then he got up to get the beer and when he sat down again he repeated himself, but this time he said "this" is absolutely that important, or whatever the word was--which I interpreted to mean the time he and Brennan were sharing right then was important regardless of what pain might come later if someone dies or leaves your life or whatever.

Shep said...

Yeah, I was certain Dr Tanaka was a girl: the facial features were very soft and feminine.

I loved this episode - very Season 1. I get what people mean about the pacing, it was a bit awkward, but I was just so happy it was a serious episode. It does feel a little out of place though with the tone of the Season.

I agree Stephanie, about the increasing ick factor - DOuble Death had the injection of the eyeball which was icky and then the melting brain - eeew!!

I loved the 'you're a lucky woman' scene and the fact that we got our old Brennan back.

Angela said...

I really liked this episode! It was different and a total opposite of the Monday one! (By the way, the great two episodes a week are finished! and I got used so fast at that!!)
It was different in many ways... Brennan was not that awkward about other cultures and people's feelings. In fact one of my favourite scenes was that one with the victim's brother in her office.
The ice-cream scene... aww! so cute :-)
I thought that that doctor Tanaka was definitaly a girl and I was so surprised to find out he was a guy! But Angela findig out that was absolutely great!!
Now we have to wait a whole weeek to see the next one and the return of Jared! Can't wait!

Angela said...

Sorry sorry I commented here the next episode! :-( sorry I wasn't thinking about that! Is there a way to edit it? Or you could cancel it... sorry!

Sherry said...

I agree with Carrie, Booth's comment at the very end was really important! I'm not sure what the exact quote is either, but it was something like "Remember, THIS is worth it." They had been talking about how loving someone is worth it, and then he said 'this is worth it'. He basically just said he loves her.

I know many of you are upset about the early airings here in Canada, but you have to remember that our networks are totally different and they carry shows from many networks. Global, who carries Bones, shows Survivor on Thursday at 8, and its ratings are higher. You really can't blame them.

Poetic_line said...

The ending was extremely important. Booth said, "We agree to understand that this is worth it." They had been talking about if it was worth it to love someone despite the possibility of the pain of losing them.

When he said, this is worth it.", it sounded like a declaration of love for Bones and that she was worth it and their love was worth it.

The ice cream was a sort of seduction. Feeding someone can be very sexy.

Wonderful episode. Very touching.

em-jay said...

Speaking of feeding her ice cream...what did everyone think of the airplane sounds?

Gigi said...

I want to respond to the UK vs Japan Booth. I have to point out that the situations were different. In the UK he was simply giving a lecture and in Japan he was there as a consultant. Those would warrant different parts of his character. He also seems to be the type of person that reads others really well and can adapt to different social situations. in the UK he and Prich were more goofy and flirty while in Japan he was dealing with a more subdued culture and was being sensitive to the needs of those around him.

CrazieKC said...

Carrie, Sherry and Poetic_line

I think it was in reference to the beer. He said ~"we can agree that this is worth it"~ and it was after he got the beers. But I do think the end was definitely setting up for future episodes. (I don't read the spoilers, so I'm not giving anything away...b/c I don't know anything. I'm just stating an observation)

Don't Call Me Bones! said...

Hey Wendy...this is off topic, but wasn't sure where to put it. Is there any way you would consider putting a message board with your blog, or somewhere we could chat about other things Bones related, besides the current episode? I ask, b/c I love coming here to dish about all the eps, because everyone here is so into the show, and we really get some good conversations going. I think it would be fun to also dish about specific topics that might have not occurred in this weeks episode. I have some thread starters already, but no where to put them...Have you ever given it a thought?

Wendy said...

At the moment, I can't put one directly here. I don't have any hosting on the site, just the domain name and the blogger blog is redirected there. I have considered other options for more chat than just blog post replies, but haven't settled on a good one that will work yet.

Amanda said...

BTW, I LOVED Angela working her techno-magic in this episode.

Maybe being celibate is the trick? ;)

Anonymous said...

Anyone got any hotfile links so those of us not in the USA can view this episode?

Dianna said...

I've picked up on some frustration on Booth's part that even though Brennan seems to be picking up the pace in acknowledging love issues and in being open with him for such discussions, she still seems to be missing his overtures. All in all, I like this quandry. Could make for interesting and surprising future episodes for Booth! Thoughts, anyone?

This is my first post but I've been reading you guys and really enjoying your site and insights, Wendy, for quite a while.

This may be totally out in left field, but I'm tossing it out there. Think of what Brennen did at her dad's trial -- and Booth's comment about it when he was on the stand. Then think about Brennen's love of Zack even after his betrayal and how she was the one who knew how to talk to him in the hospital. Then think about Mayhem and her just plopping her story out there for Sweets -- and Booth looking like a deer caught in the headlights and only saying something to her, for her.

This is making me think that it is Booth who is gun shy, or whatever. He wants to court her with pie and ice cream -- you know, the traditional way that he feels safe with, can control maybe, and "know where he stands" ??? And Brennen just doesn't go there, isn't into it, all that... BUT when she loves, she loves. Full steam ahead. I think Booth may be waiting for his shot -- and may get ambushed by a love he no way can control. Which will be good for the boy. :)

Just wondering what you guys think.

tybonium said...

Count me in as one of the people that doesn't quite know how to take the whole ice cream scene. In some ways it was really cute, but it did seem a little odd to me.

As someone else mentioned, I wonder if Booth was making an effort to stay away from alcohol. There has been a lot more drinking in this season (with them ending up in the bar many times instead of the diner). Also in the last few episodes only we have Brennan saying she would rather drink with him than go to dinner with him, plus the whiskey at the funeral, and then the beer instead of ice cream. Also, Booth had a flask at the funeral which seemed odd since there seemed to be an open bar. Maybe he carries a flask at other times and we just don't see it. Of course it's already established that his dad (and maybe his brother) has a drinking problem. It makes me wonder if HH is leading up to something.

FYI I don't read spoilers so this is just pure speculation on my part. I'd be interested in other people's take on this.

btw Wendy, it's too bad about the message board...I think it would be awesome if something could get set up.

tybonium said...

Dianna

I definitely think Booth is a little shy approaching this. I always took it as him being scared of chasing her off. When the whole Sully romance was going on Booth gave Sully advice that was something like "don't let her bully you into leaving". It seems like he knows that if she is not ready, she will sabotage any potential romance.

Brennan has proved that she has a big loving heart, but she keeps it locked away to protect herself. At least that's what I think about it.

Shep said...

I did find the aeroplane sounds adorable in the ice-cream scene, just like the quacking in Mayhem.

Don't Call Me Bones! said...

Most of what I thought about the episode has already been discussed, but I will second that I thought those airplane noises in the ice cream scene were adorable too! :)

And Thanks Wendy, for getting back to me. I do hope you work something out (for a message board). It will be great. And if you should need any help, I'd be happy to help ya!

Shep said...

Wendy, I don't know if you've heard of it but would Webbychat work? The Whedonesque site had it for a while and it was great! The Webbychat site does say 'Free chat bar for your site or blog'. Like you said, you don't have hosting on the site so I'm not sure if it would work but it's worth a try I suppose.

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