I love the term “Fandango paranoia” because I know what it is…I’ve been there myself. It’s defined by New York Times reporter Ben Sisario in a 12.30 story as “[Fandango ticket] purchases made far ahead in the expectation of others chasing after the same limited pool of tickets.” There’s also “Fandango depression,” which results when a given show doesn’t sell out and thus the Fandango purchaser has paid an unnecessary surcharge. “I always feel ripped off when I pay the surcharge and then there are empty seats,” Sisario is told by a gay (i.e., has a “partner”) legal research guy.