May 22nd, 2006 - InConJunction

We have the final schedule made up for the Doctor Who room at InConJunction, and I think most of you may approve:

Friday, July 7th:

2:00PM Tomb of the Cybermen

4:00PM Doctor Who on SciFi! (panel discussion)

5:00PM Bad Wolf and Parting of the Ways

7:00PM Welcome to the Whoosier Network (Club business, latest news)

7:30PM The Christmas Invasion

8:30PM New Earth

9:30PM Tooth and Claw

10:30PM School Reunion

11:30 PM The Girl in the Fireplace


Saturday, July 8th:

9:00PM Terror of the Zygons

11:00PM Resurrection of the Daleks

1:00PM Cult TV: What makes a memorable TV series? (Panel discussion)

2:00PM Sci-Fi Trivia contest!

3:00PM The Claws of Axos

5:00PM Battlefield

7:00PM Doctor Who Confidential: New New Doctor

8:00PM Whoosier Network at 25! (Partying, Rick Lee sings!)

9:00PM Rise of the Cybermen, The Age of Steel

10:30PM The Idiot's Lantern

11:30PM The Impossible Planet, The Satan Pit


Sunday, July 9th

9:00AM Attack of the Cybermen

10:30AM Love and Monsters

11:30AM Fear Her

12:30PM Whoosier Network doorprize drawings!

1:00PM Army of Ghosts, Doomsday

In between events, we'll try to sneak in a few special features or two on video and audio, but this will be a lot looser schedule than we've kept in the past. We want everything to be as laid back and as comfortable for everyone as can be. June 2nd will be a big day for Who-Net.... so big that we're asking all of our members in the Central Indiana area to please attend, as this will not only be a special business meeting for events at InCon, but also on the future of the Whoosier Network itself. Your reward for attendance will, of course, be a showing of the long-awaited "School Reunion", featuring the return of Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith and John Leeson as the voice of K-9, as well as a villainous turn for Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Anthony Stewart Head as the most evil of headmasters. Bring lots of kleenex. Please, if you can, take some time out to join us at the Glendale Library at 6:30PM June 2nd. We need your voice!