The least I could do is take a few pictures, though.
Apparently new to the con this year was that the panelists' nametags had some text like, 'Please be aware that there may be children under 18 in the audience, and use appropriate language.' So at most of the panels, there was a little LOL moment about that. Here's Jamie Bamber showing it to Michael Trucco (who showed it to Katee Sackoff):
...and here's Katee showing the warning to Tricia Helfer:
Oh, & Kevin Smith moderated the panel:
Katee tells a story about how a director (?) told Tahmoh not to shoot like a girl, adding that his facial expression had been very Blue Steel/Xanadu (which she then imitated):
At the end, Kevin Smith urged us to give 'em some love, since the panelists were going to leave right after a clip that they played, and they received the biggest/loudest/longest/whatever standing ovation I've ever seen at Comic Con. I know several of my flisters watch BSG, so I considered myself your proxy ovationer.
Sorry I didn't take that many, guys. It occured after Dollhouse, at which I had taken a mazillion pictures, and I was saving memory card space for Chuck, which I did end up needing.
Panels covered: 9/9:
01- Stan Lee & Grant Morrison
05- DR. HORRIBLE: Act I, Act II
06- Dean Koontz
07- DOLLHOUSE: Part 1, Part 2