Does this sound familiar?
|As with anything that is as deeply ingrained into the geek culture and community, the announcement of [_____] will probably be met with a level of reaction that, to quote “Ghostbusters,” could reach “dogs and cats living together” levels of hysteria.|
“It will be a re-creation of the scene from the movie ‘Airplane II,’ when the passengers were told the vessel was out of coffee,” Stephens said. “That will be followed by increasingly intense online debates about which [___] is better, and what the chances are that [____] will be the next best thing since sliced bread, or the end of Western civilization.”
... “The thing about those opinions is we often double back to take a second look at things after we have cooled off. So if [____] were to be launched, I think the community would need some time to regain its composure before forming truly fair opinions.”
Nope, not The Clone Wars, or anything else Star Wars. It's the CNN Geek Out Blog's report
about the announcement of a new edition of Dungeons & Dragons.
Geek fandom has such commonalities sometimes.
"Okay, if you're going to question the importance of an actor's signature on a plastic helmet from a movie based on a comic book, then all of our lives have no meaning." ~ The Big Bang Theory