About a year ago, the topic of weekend plans came up after a meeting at the office. Everyone else’s plans involved sports, shopping, or a wine tasting / makeover thing. When it came around the table to me, I proudly stated that I was going to a charity screening of Joss Whedon’s Dr. Horrible (this one), and that I would hopefully get to meet Felicia Day. As per the usual, they gave me blank stares. But then, one co-worker piped up. I hate to put people in pigeon holes, but if there were a photo beside the definition of sorority girl – it’s her. I was pleasantly surprise when she spoke up.
“Oh, yes, Josh Whedon! He’s going to be directing an episode of Glee, right? I’ve heard my husband mention [who worked at ABC] mention him.”
I replied, “Yes, I also heard that JOSS Whedon will be doing that.”
I am not usually that person, but I couldn’t help it. Her tone was not the innocent, I don't know who that is so I'm mispronouncing it. It was the "I'm correcting you" tone. So I corrected back.