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A fanlisting is a place for all fans of a particular show, movie, actor/actress, singer, etc. to come together and build the biggest listing of people from all around the world who are fans of that subject

{ joan of arcadia }

Joan of Arcadia was an American television fantasy/family drama which aired on Fridays, 8-9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS from 2003 until 2005.

 

Joan of Arcadia is about a girl, Joan Girardi (played by Amber Tamblyn), who sees and speaks with God in the form of various people such as small children, teenage boys, elderly ladies, transients, passersby, etc. Joan is asked by God to perform tasks that often appear to be trivial or contrary, but the end result of which is always positive towards a larger situation.

An example is when Joan is ordered to take a reclusive bully to the school dance. While both her mother and the school principal object, Joan follows through with God's task. However, at the dance it's revealed the bully has a bottle of alcohol with him, and when the principal finds out, he is expelled. Joan later finds out from God that while this turn of events seems rather bleak, it was the lesser of two evils: in an alternate timeline where he went alone to the dance, he got drunk and shot over a dozen students and teachers with a handgun he had also taken, before turning the gun on himself.

The opening credits roll with the song "One Of Us" by Joan Osborne, a number one single in the United States off her 1995 album Relish:

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{ joan girardi }

Joan Girardi is a fairly typical 16-year-old with an extraordinary secret: She has conversations with God. It's not a mighty voice or a big ball of light, however; God delivers his messages through everyday people who come in contact with Joan. Some of the Big Guy's incarnations have included "Cafeteria Lady God," "TV Anchorman God," and "Goth Kid God," and all of them give Joan vague instructions that lead to her involvement in other people's lives.

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I took the photos for the layout from amber-tamblyn.net and thanks also to cbs.com, sonypictures.co.uk and google for the images that i used for the codes.
Thanks to fangirls_inc for the brushes.