THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY -- Season:8 -- Pictured: (l-r) Luann de Lesseps, Julianne Wainstein, Bethenny Frankel, Carole Radziwill, Ramona Singer, Dorinda Medley, Sonja Morgan -- (Photo by: Mathieu Young/Heidi Gutman/Bravo) less THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY -- Season:8 -- Pictured: (l-r) Luann de Lesseps, Julianne Wainstein, Bethenny Frankel, Carole Radziwill, Ramona Singer, Dorinda Medley, Sonja Morgan -- (Photo by: Mathieu ...
Okay, some of that is speculation - but Conan did say these episodes will be all about the Con, so I feel confident in stating that they are a get in terms of tickets.
And finally we've had a hint about when they'll be available.
That being "soon." Vague, yes, but it gives a green light to start monitoring their site and social feeds.
And you can get a head's up by pre-registering on 1and signing up for the Team Coco Newsletter.
Then you'll be among the first to know that tickets are available at teamcoco.com/tickets.
Here's how it works: You'll get an e-ticket and bring that and a photo ID the morning of the show to an address listed on the ticket. Just understand that this will involve a small errand - picking up the tickets - that takes you away from the Con.
There you'll pick up your physical tickets, with every member of your party present. If you have any other questions, email them at [email protected] call 818-977-3056.
Like I said before, I think this could be an excellent teaching tool to help your parents and coworkers understand what you do each July at SDCC.
And for those people who think of the Con as a big costumed celebrity party, hopefully these episodes show other sides - the gaming tournaments, the meetups, the film festivals, the Exhibit Hall - to provide a more nuanced picture.
If you're going to join me at Emerald City Comicon next March, be aware that tickets go on sale Monday, 1 September.
It's not like an SDCC badge sale so there's no need for an anxiety attack - but given that this Con gets more popular every year, it's not a bad idea to be on point for this. It's gotten the coveted branding of being "like San Diego was in 2004" but I'm not sure that's completely accurate; there isn't as much of a Hollywood presence here as there was then.