I was worried about this. I'm worried about everything DIF-related, but this one seemed particularly daunting, even a year after doing a live concert at a popular venue in Hollywood. 13 hours, a dozen commentators, rented equipment... just a lot to go wrong, not to mention we still wanted to do good commentary.
And I think it totally worked. A thousand shouts out to the forum members, all 50-60 that came and went through the chat room on Saturday - and for those of the "Fellowship" who were in the chat with us all day, your usernames now have a subtle little ring next to them. Thanks to you guys especially, folks who are willing to help us with enthusiasm are the most important bit of all of this.
The next most important bits are the folks who were on mic all day, Mike especially, and Trey, and Brian and everyone else who came out (including Holden, who flew out) to be there and get us through this. Paulou and Jeffery Harrell made their on-air debuts on these episodes, and they killed it. Amazing.
And last but, uh, most? Eddie Doty. We were literally catered to, and not only was his food delicious, but it was hearty and kept us going, and his on-air hours were among the best.
Thanks everyone. We picked a stupid thing to do, and we did it.