Wednesday, November 10, 2010

How About Them Apples- Big Apple Edition


$1,100 worth of apples were just sent to Steve Burke at 30 Rock New York City courtesy of us Capricans. That's over 650 pounds of apples which translates into roughly 3,250 individual apples!
Now on to Syfy headquarters in California. Then I have to work out all the delivery kinks. We have mobilized and we will be heard!
So Say We All

17 comments:

  1. How 'bout the fact that ScFy re-aired this show a few weeks ago in a time slot that SUCKED!!! Geez, how stupid was that?!?
    LOVED this show and it's frackin' stupid they can't figure out why it wasn't drawing a big enough audience!! Friday night was great the first season--DUH!!!!

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  2. Great work! So, I guess we could afford roughly more than four thousand apples???

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  3. Well, no news coverage yet... last time they noticed us was the 3rd.

    At least we still have the AMC and Space writing we can do ( http://ryanmercer.squarespace.com/blog/2010/11/5/my-letter-to-amc-suggestiong-they-purchase-caprica.html )

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  4. Really great effort everyone. I Just saw ep 14 thanks to Space. It was frakkin awesome easily one of the best eps so far. SAVE CAPRICA!! SO SAY WE ALL!!!

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  5. Just a thought... has anyone mentioned to the tobacco companies that Caprica has been cancelled? Caprica is one of the few shows left on telly I can think of where just about the whole adult cast smoke on screen lol... I'm sure they'd want to see it stay on the air! And those deep pockets could surely sponsor a fair few apples yeah? hehe...

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  6. Hey, by any chance could you promote this link? It's the Facebook Event for Canadian airing of the episodes: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=167167556632498 The more attending the better!

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  7. Is there any reason only $1100 of apples where purchased when you received over $2500

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  8. @Jeremy if you read through the blog, you will see that there are 2 shipments one to NBC the parent network of SyFy, and the remaining is being sent to SyFy in California

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  9. So I take it that the apple thing didn't work...

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  10. Isn't it a little too early to say that it didn't work? It seems like all the info isn't in yet.

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  11. I see thats cool, thanks for that answer Dave, is this the only Apple campaign or should we send more ?

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  12. @Jeremy this is the only Apple Campaign, I know there's more to it than just sending out apples from what I've been told, but there's other campaigns out there, the links on her blog are the other campaigns that are all working together with Ro_Me

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  13. Just a suggestion: If you really want to save Caprica, pre-order the season 1.5 DVD and pick up the season 1.0 one. If sales are crazy-high (say, high enough to make the show profitable), they would be crazy-stupid not to renew it for a second season.

    The apples thing is cute though.

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  14. I wish AMC could pick up Caprica.

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  15. nice work. we are all behind you...stupid SyFy.

    They knew they were canceling long before they decided to "listen to the fans" and show 1.5 early.

    what a farce.

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  16. Here is what happened :
    http://www.craveonline.com/entertainment/tv/article/save-caprica-campaign-hits-a-roadblock-117113

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