I saw Shatner speak. It was drastically different from Nimoy's appearance last year, in which he gave a one-hour autobiography, accompanied by a slideshow. Shatner's talk was almost entirely a Q&A, in much the style of Kevin Smith, in that a simple question often resulted in some light ball-busting of the asker, followed by a long, tangential, and profound story.
After that, the cast of Eureka had a panel, and that was good too but I kind of nodded off a bit near the end. I confess, I have skipped a season or two of that.
About 45 minutes before Rocky Horror started, I found a katamari of bronies walking down Washington Avenue singing songs from the show. I had the idea to try and promote Rocky Horror to them. It didn't seem to work, because the fandoms have little in common besides an acceptance of gender dysmorphic tendencies. But I was looking forward to seeing how the Rocky fans contended with it. If cruelty were my aim, I would have tracked down the pack of furries I saw this morning, and invited them.
PJ snd Brooklyn were there, as they were yesterday... no costume this time, so harder to find.
met more redditors too... after Rocky, though, I had little to do but follow people around and watch them relate to each other, while I was in full shell mode. so I went home. I probably should have stayed and gotten drunk. For some reason, I was afraid to.