Maggie Caracappa

Maggie Caracappa

By day, Maggie Caracappa is the editorial director at a medical communications company in Yardley, PA.

The rest of the time, Maggie sees to the needs of her kitty overlords; polices the grammar on all kinds of published material including signage, menus, and food packaging; and multitasks online, frequently chatting with multiple people while writing fan fiction and watching her favorite shows (Sherlock, Game of Thrones, and Doctor Who among them). She continues to be far too excited to be working for the Daily Dragon.

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Returning to the Dollhouse

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Getting together to talk about prematurely cancelled shows is a common experience for fans of Joss Whedon, but that doesn’t dampen anyone’s enthusiasm. It was just as true at the “Welcome to the Dollhouse” panel in the Peachtree Ballroom (W) Saturday afternoon. As Eliza Dushku took the stage, she filmed the crowd cheering and clapping, which continued unabated as she was joined by Tahmoh Penikett.

In the Mix: Warehouse 13 and Eureka

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The Marriott Atrium Ballroom was again packed for the “Eureka/Warehouse 13 Sharing Resources” panel on Friday afternoon. Colin Ferguson, Chris Gauthier, and Jordan Hinson from Eureka were joined by Eddie McClintock from Warehouse 13. Dr. Kevin Robert Grazier, science advisor for Eureka, was also on the panel. The question on everyone’s mind was centered on Eureka’s cancellation. As the moderator eloquently said, “Eureka is having an amazing fourth season. What the frak?” Ferguson answered that the decision was not a
 
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Misha is God, Everything Else is Details

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The Friday 2:30PM Supernatural panel in the Marriott Atrium Ballroom was full of guests as surprise panelists Misha Collins and Julie McNiven joined Mark Sheppard, Samantha Ferris, and Christopher Heyerdahl. With two angels, two demons, and one hunter, the panel was lively, and they bantered easily from topic to topic, including how they got their parts, what they liked most about their characters, and the possibility that they may return. Of the five panelists, all but Misha Collins’s character, Castiel,
 
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A Bloody Good Time

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Coming onstage Friday morning in front of a packed Atrium ballroom (M), Charlaine Harris, Jim Parrack, Joe Manganiello, and Kristin Bauer were greeted with deafening cheers and blinding flashbulbs. The True Blood actors and the author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels teased the audience with hints about what is coming in the last few episodes of season four as well as the kind of end Sookie might get in the 13th and final installment of the series. Charlaine Harris felt
 
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