John Stewart's Rally, 'The Walking Dead' And 'Rocky Horror' On 'Glee' In Today's Twitter-Wood

Glee Rocky HorrorMichael Ian Black refuses to perform at John Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity this week, but he's got a good reason, and if you've been following his Twitter account you know what that is.

Meanwhile, the NBA tweets have been in full swing with the new season officially kicked off. Danny Pudi was all about it yesterday, while Marlon Wayans sounded worried about the Miami Heat. While the NBA is a popular topic in Twitter-Wood, it still may not have been as popular as AMC's "The Walking Dead"; Carlton Cuse and Eric Appel checked out the premiere last night and posted their thoughts. You'll find them after the jump along with Brian Lynch's concerns about last night's "Glee" episode.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for October 27, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:

@minusthebear Minus the Bear

LA w/ @mintzplasse trying to talk him into not using ride cymbals as crash cymbals...

-Minus the Bear, Band

@michaelianblack Main reason I refuse to perform at Jon Stewart's rally this weekend: I was not asked to.

-Michael Ian Black, Writer/Actor ("Run Fatboy Run," "Wet Hot American Summer")

@StephenAtHome I'm concerned about all this anonymous corporate spending. That's money that should be spent on advertising during my show

-Stephen Colbert, Actor/Writer ("The Colbert Report," "Monsters vs Aliens")

@MARLONLWAYANS I've seen white people on coke dancing to hard core hip hop more in sync than the miami heat

-Marlon Wayans, Writer/Actor ("G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra," "Little Man")

@dannypudi NBA hoops are back! And the World Series is here! I hope to be jumping and saying 'snap' many times tonight.

-Danny Pudi, Actor ("Community," "Road Trip: Beer Pong")

@BrianLynch Looking forward to the ROCKY HORROR episode of GLEE. Now that I've admitted this, am I allowed to serve in the military?

-Brian Lynch, Writer/Director ("Puss in Boots," "Big Helium Dog")

@CarltonCuse Congratulations to my pal Gale Anne Hurd (@GunnerGale). While not for the faint of heart, "The Walking Dead" is awesome.

-Carlton Cuse, Writer/Producer ("Lost," "Nash Bridges")

@erockappel Holy s--t! Just went to The Walking Dead premiere! Best show ever! I mean so so so f---ing good. Like no other tv show!

-Eric Appel, Writer ("Human Giant," "The Andy Milonakis Show")

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