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Monday, March 26, 2012

"Airplanes" Season 6 Airdates

Here are the air dates for Airplanes Season 6. These air dates are a general outline and the dates may not be official, and are subject to change.

Episode 75 - March 26, 2012
Episode 76 - April 2, 2012
Episode 77 - April 16, 2012
Episode 78 - May 7, 2012
Episode 79 - May 21, 2012
Episode 80 - June 5, 2012
Episode 81 - June 19, 2012
Episode 82 - June 26, 2012
Episode 83 - Series Finale - June 30, 2012

"Airplanes" Season 6 Premiere - Episode 75

Hello, everyone! It's time for the long-awaited and anticipated Season 6 premiere of Airplanes. This episode was written on May 14, 2011; ten months ago, and now you're finally getting to see it!

Airplanes / Chapter 74
(Season 6, Episode 1)
Season 6 Premiere (Final Season)
Episode Title: I Won't Let You See Me Fall Part I (Season Premiere)
With Special Guest Star, Miley Cyrus as Anna and David Henrie as Luke
-August 1992-
Luke observed Anna as she sat up high on a tree branch, swinging her legs back and forth and watching the sunset.
It was a beautiful tree, a cherry blossom tree that's strong branches stuck out like warm, welcoming arms.
And it was a beautiful evening. A crisp, August night.
The tree was set on a hill of beautiful green grass that overlooked the glorious city of Amberdale, New Jersey.
From here, the glistening lake could be seen, along with the Fincancial district... the residential district...
And Trenton could be seen, if you looked close enough.
And the best thing of all is that it was Anna and Luke's special place. They came here, alot. They were the only ones that knew about it.
Or so they thought.
Anna changed her gaze from the sunset to Luke, as he quickly, flawlessly climbed the tree, and sat next to Anna, putting her arm around her.
The two smiled, as they watched the golden-brown sunset slowly fall under the horizon line. It was glorious. Flawless. Just like them.
Within a few hours, it had grown dark. The silver moon had replaced the sun.
And the lights from buildings scattered the city, perfeclty conducted into a visual orchestra.
Luke gracefully climbed down the tree, while Anna took a rough landing.
"Ouch," Anna said, grabbing her leg, "I hurt my ankle."
"Oh," Luke said. He immediately swept Anna off her feet, pressing his lips against her's. They smiled, and Luke carried her down the hill.
Moments later, they were on Vernon Street, a small side street that led to a pathway, that led to Glen Plaza.
Glen Plaza was the couple's favorite place to go, with their favorite restaraunt, an Ice Cream shop, and a small coffee store with the best cappucinos.
But Vernon Street was long. And quiet. And during the night, even Luke had to admit he was frightened walking down it.
But the street had a terrible past.
A few years back, a man kidnapped three children, and he kept them in his basement, for a few weeks.
One night, he finally decided to kill them, but he made sure to do it in the most terrible way, possible. He tortured them, first.
It was all very unsettling, and it made the value of all the houses on the street plummet.
It was house number 387 that it had happened in. The house was still abandoned, it had been sense the murder.
The windows were all boarded up, because kids would try to get into the house. Once, a few kids managed to.
They brought in a Ouija board, too and they claimed they had an encounter with a spirit named Thomas.
Luke had done research on it, and it turned out that a 12-year-old kid named Thomas was one of the ones who were murdered.
Finally, they reached the house. Anna didn't even stop to look at it. She just looked forward, speed-walking.
"Come on, Luke!" Anna shouted, turning around and realizing Luke wasn't coming, "I just want to get home."
Luke turned to Anna, waving her over.
Anna took a deep breath, and slowly walked towards Luke. She turned, as well. The two stared at 387 Vernon Street.
Luke grinned with adrenaline, "I think we should go in."
Anna looked at Luke, her mouth open. "No! I am not going in there!"
"What? Do you honestly believe in ghosts?"
"Of course not. But, do you know how much trouble we could get in?"
"So? We'll sneak around the back, take one of the boards off, climb in, look around, and get in. It'll only take like five minutes."
Anna breathed in, and then quickly looked around. "Fine," she replied, "But we're getting a cab, home."
Luke smiled, and the two proceeded towards the house.

Part 2 of the Season 6 Premiere is coming soon!

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Navystardust begins editing for "Our Darkest Days", sets premiere date in stone

Today, navystardust12 began editing his brand new voice over series Our Darkest Days and announced the official premiere date of the series; after it has been moved from late March to early April, to late April, to early June several times.

"I am happy and excited to confirm that the series will be premièring close to the original date - it will premiere on April 12, 2012," Navystardust12 said in an email to First Stop News, "That date has been set in stone, I will be notifying the cast along with sending out the Episode 2 script, tomorrow."

The series premiere will be held LIVE on USTREAM on April 11, 2012, while the episode will be uploaded to YouTube on April 12, 2012. During the live airing of the premiere, viewers will be encouraged to tweet with the hashtag #OurDarkestDays , and their tweet may appear in real time during the broadcast. Navystardust12 said that if a viewer is able to capture proof that the hashtag is trending in any country or city, the series will be renewed for a second season immediately.

EXCLUSIVE: "Airplanes" Season 6 to Premiere March 2, A Special Message from Navystardust12

The sixth and final season of Airplanes will premiere right here on blogger on March 2, 2012.

Catch the 83rd episode, and series finale The End on June 30, 2012.

And now, a special message from navystardust12.

February 29, 2012 - via Email 
Hello. As you may already know, we will be entering the long-awaited and anticipated sixth and final season of "Airplanes" this Friday, March 2. Over the past 2 years of working on this series, I have gone through a very large amount of things. All of these things, I took as positively as I could, and used the emotion and feelings that I received from my life into this series. And just a few weeks ago, I lay my empty cup of tea down onto my desk, and I closed my Word document - finally ending nearly 2 years of production on "Airplanes". You could say that writing this series has been almost therapeutic. There will be much more meaning behind the words in these last 9 chapters then you may have seen other than the ending of the series. I have worked extremely hard on this final set of episodes, and I am absolutely positive that you will all absolutely adore the ending. We have chosen to change the air dates of the episodes so that the series will spawn out to the 30th of June of this year; the 2 year anniversary of the series premiere of "Airplanes"; when the plane crashed and a story was set. And now, it is time to end it all, for once last time. Thank you all for your continuous support of this series, and I look forward to you all following me through these last 3 months, right up to the final episode, when it airs this June. Thank you.