World Series Game 7

World Series Game 7: Pitch Boss, Other TV Insiders React to Dramatic Twists

As the Cleveland Indians tied things up with the Chicago Cubs late into Game 7 of the World Series, followed by a sudden and seemingly endless rain delay, Twitter served up a variety of humorous reactions — including some meta ones from those in the biz of making TV magic.

For example, Pitch creator Dan Fogelman could only admire the nailbiting twists in the deciding game between two underdog teams:

Ditto, Arrow showrunner Marc Guggenheim:

… and writer Aaron Fullerton (Graceland):

Of course, some actors were trying to work on Thursday night, during the barnburner. Good luck with that!

And then, of course, you had Angel trying to calm down Buffy:

Speaking of the Buffyverse…..

What were your favorite tweeted takes on the intense Game 7?

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2 Comments
  1. Lynn says:

    I was a Cubs fan as a kid but became more of a Sox fan now, but I was still rooting for the Cubs. One thing I didn’t like about the coverage of this series though is that all the sports shows somehow forgot the White Sox won the World Series in 2005 because it didn’t make as good a story I guess. ESPN said Chicago had 10 championships, all sports, not just baseball, since a certain year. It’s actually eleven, they left out the Sox. Some other shows did it too. Just this morning Bob Costas brought up how long Chicago has been waiting for a baseball championship. He brought up the other championships, the Bears, Hawks, the Bulls but again left out 2005. A little later on he finally said the Sox won in 2005 but it’s the Cubs who represent this city. Excuse me? You’re not from here, you have no say in who represents this city just because it doesn’t make as good a story that we had a baseball championship in 2005. Guess what, not everyone lives on the North side of the city or even in the city, there’s a lot of people in the suburbs who are Sox fans.

  2. Phil says:

    Thanks for the Buffy/Angel bit!