Yes, I watched it. It was....frustrating, what with all the technical SNAFUs. It reminded me of the conference calls I used to have at my job ("Can everybody hear me?/I didn't hear you/What did you say?") where one hour on the phone yielded about three minutes of actual productive interaction. LD does not know how to sit still, does she? But hey, everyone tried! I was really saddened about the news of David Forsyth. He's always been such a private person that if AKH had not mentioned it, I never would have known. Google doesn't even know it (I checked). LD said that John Aprea was also recovering from a stroke. I'm impressed by how Amy C manages to stay so grounded despite having made a decent name for herself in primetime TV. She also does.not.age. Did you notice how no one really liked/likes Tom Eplin? They had an idea where he might be, but not interested enough to dig him up. I was surprised when Joe said he wanted to work with Jensen Buchanan more, since she had a similar reputation for not being very well liked. Of course we all know what she has been up to.... I think Vicky Wyndham had become very disenchanted with NBC and with P&G by the end of the series, given how they treated the show. Even in her professional tone, she mentioned in interviews that she felt like a weight had been lifted when they announced the cancellation, that they'd been wanting to 'get rid of us' for years. She was offered roles several times in the years after, but she always turned them down.