The response to this site has been overwhelming. Below is just a few of the e-mails I've received.

“I’m Bob Glossy. You may remember me from such stage productions as “Pantomime In My Parking Space” and “Goody-Goody Gum Drops”. And I’d like to say this website is pithy. It’s beyond pithy. It’s peach-pithy. It’s Martha Graham on the Baldwin sister’s recipe. I’ve told all my friends and hopefully our e-mail campaign to include a category dedicated to Swedish mime Gunter Pederhosen will see the light of day. You just haven’t lived until you’ve seen his interpretation of a Zanti misfit discussing Dorothy Parker with a Zuni Doll over jasmine tea and biscotti.” - Patrick Wayne in “The Producers”

“I’m a night nurse. I have a lot of time to kill while I’m looking after old coots and trying to avoid the other mean coworkers who won’t shut up about their latest boyfriends. When I get the chance, I go hide in the cellar with my Powerbook and read this website to my hearts content. I love wireless internet service. I don’t think I’ll ever use wires again. Even on those sluts. No, I won’t use wire. I’ll use my bare hands. I’ll.. Damn, time for medication. No, not mine!” - episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents

“Don’t let the fact that I’m an evil genius fool you! I like a good story just like the next schmo. Give me Ray Bradbury over that wimp Mark Twain any day. And what’s all this talk about Asimov. Robots? Who cares about robots. I know robots, and they’re not worth the nickel deposit. That’s why I use genetically mutated animals. These critters are faithful, know how to follow orders, and are completely biodegradable. You can’t say the same for those styrofoam take-out thingies. I threw out some old mushu pork three months ago and I swear I can still see it from my airship when we hover over the drop point.” - Zordon on Dynaman

“I find the layout to be juvenile, the content to be atrocious, and the pictures to be reminiscent of the stickers on my See-And-Say. The only reason I even load up the site is because I have this strange fetish concerning Kim Darby and the evil monkey in my brother’s bedroom.” - Stewie on “Family Guy”

“It’s cool, I guess. I mean a lot of the information is outdated and incomplete. But I guess since it was made in the 21’st century you can’t expect much. I mean, nowadays we know Rod Serling was really an alien named Nogforganderchafen who was just selling off the stuff no one else in the galaxy wanted to buy. It’s a cookbook? He tried thirty eight solar systems before he got rid of that clunker. Hey, if you see that Zordon guy tell him he can bite my shiny metal ass!” - Bender from “Futurama”

“Damn, someone FINALLY remembers me?! My first job was as the caterpillar in that cheesy kids show. You know...what the world needs love sweet love... How I hate that song. Back then it was played almost as much as “Precious and Few”. And you know how annoying that was. Anyway, I was at the top of my game....movies, television shows...I had it all. Then my agent gets a call from William Castle. He liked my work and hired me to be a moth. I know it was a stretch but he thought I had the talent. But then some jackass mixed the make-up glue with epoxy and I was screwed. I’ve been stuck in this getup for three decades. Guess I can’t bitch too much. It really attracts the babes. - Ghost Story episode “Death’s Head”

“It’s really nice to be appreciated. The fans have been really good to me over the years. The first job I ever had was a cameo in “The After Hours” episode of The Twilight Zone. But this picture is from “The Trevi Collection” episode of Kolchak: The Night Stalker. I also had a great part in a Tales From The Darkside episode called “Miss May Dusa” After that I’ve had steady work in New York shop windows. I’ve kept in contact with some of the other mannequins. A few have quit the business and one unfortunately is a mainstay at a University of California fraternity. Little perverts.”

Picture of woman from Dr. Phibes. No text just quotes - The Abominable Dr. Phibes.

“My job doesn’t give me much time to watch television shows or movies. Unless they’re news programs or the Victoria Secret’s Fashion Show. It’s nice to have a site around like this so when I do want a program that I won’t waste my time. I did have to hack in and edit the Albert Wilson information. I don’t know why. All it said was her favorite restaurant and where she likes to take long walks.” - Burkoff from “La Femme Nikita”

“Here at Wong’s Lost and Found Emporium we are happy that this website was started. We get several truckloads of forgotten material every day. And it just keeps piling up. It’s good to finally get rid of the stuff from the bargain bins.” - Twilight Zone (1985)

“Thank the heavens for anthology series. That was the only way I could break into the business. I tried to get into commercials but the only ones interested were the people from Raid. And we all know you don’t have a career after doing one of those. I had my start as a stand-in for a bug that had an accident on the set of another show. For the life of me I can’t remember his name now. But there was this catchy song...what the world...needs know it?” - Night Gallery

“I don’t know how we have internet service, but we do. It’s wireless. It has to be. When we both started we didn’t know what the internet was. I originally thought it was some health code thing we had to start wearing. The site is good, free publicity. We told him it’s pointless to include an address but a phone number might work. Neither of us know what it is but I guess we could try and find out.” - staff of Nightmare Cafe

“Websites are a waste of time and energy. I will have nothing to do with one. Besides, he used a lousy photo.” - The Outer Limits episode “The Sixth Finger”