I realize that the scenario is a bit different, but comparing this Q&A with the PAX panels makes a lot of the PAX panel questions so much more cringeworthy. The Q&As at PAX is still entertaining in a different way, but this was just really interesting all the way through.
Actually that goes for other panels at PAX actually. Most of the panels I've gone to at PAX are generally content specific and it's rare people ask dumb questions when it's not a general fan audience for a thing. For instance, even though it was Rich and Vinny at the Produced panel, everyone pretty much had a great question and it was on point to the topic. Since social issues are hard and inherently controversial, they're the only other type of panel where things can go a bit weird but overall it's mostly just been the Giant Bomb panel over the years that makes me dread Q&A.
I guess the positive spin is that in most other situations, Q&A is pretty decent if there's a topic focus or direction to the panel. If it's just a convening of fans, eh...
Is that Produced panel archived anywhere?
Patrick said something about an audio archive? Don't know if it'll go up on the site.
PEOPLE MAKING ALL SORTS OF INTERESTING PREDICTIONS IN THIS THREAD. HUMMMMMMM.
By the way, to the people saying his death wasn't "satisfying" enough: do you really think this is meant to be an emotional conclusion? The episode ended on that cliffhanger for a reason; murder will not beget solidarity. Though I suppose I have already resigned myself to the weirdness of millions of people loudly celebrating the death of a (fictional) person.