Halloween Week: Thursday - Joselyn's Eye


It's Day Four of our Halloween Week celebrations here and once again we have something very special to accompany your preparations as you continue to work on terrifying pumpkin carvings, shop for outrageous party outfits and barricade your homes against the oncoming storm of candy-rabid children.

Today we're very happy to be able to present the return of Joselyn's Eye for the first of two outings this week! This edition comprises a documentary redux of "Thirteen Years Later", so sit back and enjoy a peek behind the scenes of the making of this extraordinary episode...




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6 Responses to "Halloween Week: Thursday - Joselyn's Eye"

TL Foreman said... October 28, 2010 at 5:16 AM

Kudos to you Joselyn for taking what is one of my favorite episodes and putting your spin on it's tiny part of the actual documentary on the Season 3 box set. Well done and the music you chose for the background is spot on. Great job!

Joselyn Rojas said... October 28, 2010 at 8:55 AM

Thank you Troy. *grin*

Anonymous said... October 28, 2010 at 11:53 AM

What a fun Halloween treat! Thanks for putting together this great documentary.

Michael Perry

RedSquirrel80 said... October 28, 2010 at 1:14 PM

Another Gem from Joselyn!

Joselyn Rojas said... October 29, 2010 at 6:24 PM

Mr. Perry is truly an honor to have you comment on the blog and specially after you have seen the video. Thank you for a great show.

Brian A. Dixon said... October 30, 2010 at 6:49 AM

You're right, Joselyn. We wouldn't be celebrating a "Thirteen Years Later" theme week here at Back to Frank Black if it weren't for Mr. Perry's exceptional contributions to the series--each and every one of which is worthy of a theme week in and of itself! Thank you, Michael, for taking the time to drop us a note here. It means an awful lot.

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