Grilled Cheesus On 'Glee,' The Randy Moss Trade, And Facebook Downtime In Today's Twitter Report

Grilled CheesusA "Glee" episode tackling religion attracted gobs of tweets last night, and "FoxTrot" creator Bill Amend thinks he has a big-money idea for a Grilled Cheesus licensing opportunity. Phil Jimenez checked out the episode as well and offered his thoughts

NFL followers in the Twitter Report feed were quick to offer their reactions to the Randy Moss trade that will send him back to the Minnesota Vikings. Chris Eliopoulos thinks he knows why it happened, while Frank Tieri just wishes that New England could have waited until after the Vikes had played the Jets. You'll find their posts, Jason Aaron's thoughts on Darren Aronofsky directing "Wolverine 2" and more after the jump.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for October 6, 2010.

@jasonaaron Darren Aronofsky doing Wolverine 2? Yes please.

-Jason Aaron, Writer ("Scalped," "Ghost Rider")

"Glee" pt. 1: @billamend They should create a special Glee version of the George Foreman Grill that makes every sandwich a Grilled Cheesus.

-Bill Amend, Writer/Artist ("FoxTrot")

"Glee" pt. 2: @Philjimeneznyc Also just caught tonight's "Glee." Very interesting way to tackle the subject matter. Seems like it meant a lot to is creators and stars.

-Phil Jimenez, Writer/Artist ("Infinite Crisis," "Otherworld")

@BenMcCool Facebook has been conking out a lot more since THE SOCIAL NETWORK came out. Is this Mark Zuckerberg's revolting revenge?

-Ben McCool, Writer ("Choker," "Captain America and the Korvac Saga")

Randy Moss pt. 1: @eliopoulos Wow. The Patriots traded away Randy Moss? Must have been an even bigger pain in the butt than we thought.

-Chris Eliopoulos, Artist/Writer/Letterer ("Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers," "Misery Loves Sherman")

Randy Moss pt. 2: @FrankTieri Hey, Pats... thanks for trading Randy Moss to the Vikings right before the Jets play them. Douchebags.

-Frank Tieri, Writer ("Iron Man," "Wolverine")

Deep Thought for the Day:

@themikenorton I did an entire comic book in 24 hours. If you can't do more than one in a year, maybe you should get into another line of work.

-Mike Norton, Artist ("Blue Beetle," "Gravity")

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