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Posted at 8:00 PM ET, 07/23/2010

Comic-Con 2010: Live Tweets from Friday parties

By Jen Chaney

It's night two on the San Diego Comic-Con party scene.

Jen Chaney will again be live-Tweeting from as many cocktail parties and soirees as she can handle Friday evening at You also can follow her Tweets right here starting at 7 p.m. PST/10 p.m. EST.

Update: The following is an archive of Jen's Tweet's from Comic-Con Friday panels, in reverse chronological order. Scroll to the bottom to start from the beginning. -- 10:00 p.m. EST, Friday, July 23

OK, tired. Enroute to the hotel.

Nathan Filion came through with quite the blond babe on his arm. #SDCC

Just played Pac-Man and Donkey Kong at Flynn's Arcade -- I really suck at Donkey Kong. #SDCC

Just ran into the awesome Paul Scheer, Lost fan and, apparently, Tron fan. #SDCC

The scene at the Tron party

...And Bruce Boxleitner! #SDCC #Comic-Con

The set-up at the Tron party is amazing. High- tech blue light going on, arcade games...

At a Lost fan meet-up, commiserating with other people who still haven't accepted that the show is off the air. #SDCC

Nerdiness of a different sort: I just listened to a very interesting presentation on Twitter analytics. #SDCC

William Shatner just did a celebrity Tweet for charity and headed off to another area of the party. #SDCC #Comic-Con

On board USS Midway for Tweet House party. Views are beautiful, bar is cash. #SDCC

Just saw Roger Corman walk by in the convention center. Went by too quickly to get a photo. #SDCC #Comic-Con

Have left Green Hornet myself and prepping to head to 1st party. #SDCC

By Jen Chaney  | July 23, 2010; 8:00 PM ET
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