If you’re a fan of Gravity Falls, or Star vs. The Forces of Evil, or Wander Over Yonder, or Kim Possible, or Gargoyles, or any Disney Television show, then gather ‘round because I’m about to teach you some history.
“Never forget, that it all started with a Mouse,”~~Walt Disney.
Great things come from humble origins. Never forget that Disney TV…All started with a Duck.
It was the 1980s. Disney Television Animation was a new department at Walt Disney Studios. And Disney was suffering. These days it’s easy to think of Disney as a mega-giant, but back then, Disney was suffering. Movies were being produced on shoestring budgets, and animators (such as Don Bluth) were jumping ship to find work at studios that were paying better and producing better content. The Little Mermaid hadn’t yet hit theaters, sparking the Disney Renaissance. The fledgeling animation department had produced two shows prior, “The Wuzzles” and “The Adventures of Gummy Bears”.
Disney was in dire straights from Walt’s passing in 1966 left the studio suffering up until the 80s, when they started to take a few risks. Risks that paid off. The studio gambled on the idea that investing more money into quality animation would pay off in the long run if the show went into syndication. It was something that worked well with live action, but had yet to be done with animation to that degree. Cheap animation with tons of shortcuts could be syndicated, but something high-quality had never been done before.
Ducktales was the first show that attempted this, and it paid off handsomely. Not only was the show a hit with audiences (and a merchandising cash-cow) but it changed the game. It set the stage for the Disney Afternoon a few years down the road, and paved the path for every show I mentioned at the beginning. Without Ducktales, there would be no Gargoyles, no Star vs. The Forces of Evil, no Gravity Falls.
Heck, I take it even one step beyond that…Without the inspiration of proof-of-concept, I’d wager that even OTHER studios cartoon creations wouldn’t exist. No Animaniacs, No Adventure Time, no Steven Universe (and don’t think I missed the shout-out to Ducktales in “Onion Trade”)
Ducktales was important because it raised the craft of animation to another level, combining storytelling with good, non-repetitive animation to produce quality TV. For a time, Ducktales was Disney’s Flagship TV series, waving the banner and representing the company in the realm of television animation.
And even today, the classic Ducktales series holds up rather nicely. Sure, some things are a little dated, but at the end of the day, I enjoy watching Ducktales without reservations. That’s why I own the DVD sets.
And it’s why I’m so happy about this reboot.
This isn’t just a revamp of an old show. This is Disney returning to its roots, reclaiming a bit of it’s history and polishing it off for the next generation. I’m a little misty eyed. I had some initial misgivings when this was announced, but the cast announcement melted those fears away, and now, seeing the trailer that dropped less than 24 hours ago…I don’t think I’ve ever been this excited for a TV series ever.
Breaking down this trailer, we finally hear David Tennant as Scrooge McDuck. I’ve actually been aware of Tennant’s presence in the voiceover scene for a few years now (Most notably, he plays bit parts in the How To Train Your Dragon franchise from Dreamworks) But hearing him as Scrooge…I really feel it works. He’s got a certain quality the echos the late, great Alan Young, and I feel like he couldn’t have been better cast without some of that good old fashioned Disney Necromancy (And as we know, they used up their allotment of Necromancy on Peter Cushing for Rogue One)
I love that the Nephews are getting unique characterization and personality. I loved Russi Taylor’s performance way back when, but one Nephew was really interchangeable with another. Dani Pudi, Ben Schwartz, and Chris Moynihan really bring an awesome chemistry to their roles, just from the trailer.
And then there’s Webbigail. Oh my God, I love how they’ve rebooted Webby. She was always the annoying load back in the classic series. Making her a Donald Duck fangirl is freaking GENIUS (and Kate Micucci is perfect for this role too) Bonus points given for Webby’s infamous “Quacky-Patch Doll” being used for dart practice in the background of her room. Webby has gone from outright “The Load” territory, to one of the most fun-seeming characters present in the reboot.
And all of this from one minute and a half trailer. I can’t wait for this series, even though I know I must. I know it’s gonna be something special, I can feel it. Maybe even Disney’s Flagship show, once again. Stay tuned to my Tumblr, for much, much more.
One thing I know for certain that I’m going to do when the pilot for this airs…A side by side comparison of the Classic Pilot and the new one.
I’m waking up earlier now. I’m sticking to a routine and I’m seeing more of the day. When I look out of the window, it’s spring and flowers are blooming. It’s getting warmer. I’m listening to more reggae and soul. I’ve started meditating again. I’m back to reading books instead of drowning in nonsense tv shows. I’m eating healthy, drinking more water and exercising daily. I haven’t had a argument or been in a bad mood for months. I’m smiling and laughing again. I’m back to being goofy. I’m spending more time with my family and friends. I’m back to hugging my mum instead of her hugging me. I’m more productive. I thought heartbreak and abuse was going to change me forever, but I’m slowly getting back to me. Listening to Angie Stone - No more rain, is my current mood.
In the Heights:
started when he was 19 (1999) and it was in 2005 that it opened first in Waterford. 6 YEARS, Keep in mind that during these 6 years he was in college and teaching, little stuff on Television and doing stuff other than writing a musical it was more like a passionate hobby than a profession for a long time and it probably was not 100% dedication. 3 Tonys and a Grammy came from this 2 hour and 25 minute show.
21 Chump Street:
8 days. 8 days. (14 minute run time give or take.)
was inspired and began July 2008, January 2015 it hit Public Theatre as Off-Broadway and finalized and on Broadway August 2015. 7 years in the making and I'll get back to you when this 2 hours 45 minute show is done being nominated and awarded for stuff.
Make a to-do list Write it down! You’ll know what you want to achieve, what you need to get done. That way you can work task by task and check things off.
Prioritize and break it down — larger tasks can be extremely overwhelming, so that shit break it down.
It’s easier to prioritize what to do now vs. later.
It makes it less daunting, more achievable and manageable.
Avoid: Overwhelming yourself, don’t stress yourself out about all the things you need to get done. Just write it down and don’t think about it until you’re actually working on it.
Why do you want to do it What’s the reason behind it? Use it as fuel to motivate you! It’s good to focus on the good feelings when you achieve something, how completing a task makes you feel!
What are you gaining from it?
Is it to get the grades you want or require?
Is it for a career you’re trying to get?
Give yourself a reason!
Avoid: Being unrealistic, feeling like you have to be perfect. You just work on being you!
Start with something small If you’re feeling frozen, start with something small to get the ball rolling!
Make your bed, have breakfast, check your emails!
You’ll feel like you’ve already accomplished something and it will give you the boost you need to kickstart on your major tasks!
Avoid: Getting caught up in all the little things, at some point you have to make the switch — priorities!
Touch it once Aim to at least touch each task on your list once!
Take 2 minutes to get started, who knows, once you’ve started you might end up finishing the entire thing!
At least if you just start it, you’ve already gotten somewhere.
If you keep doing that, you’ll eventually slowly progress each task!
Avoid: Only spending the minimum time on all tasks then thinking, ‘oh, I’ve touched each one, I can go have the rest of the day off’… NO! Go back and do it again, and try stick to one for awhile! But don’t forget to take breaks!
Have the correct mindset Have you ever asked someone ‘how do you find the time to…’, well it’s all about utilizing the time you have.
Use your time in productive ways — listen to book whilst you shower, revise your notes while you catch up on your favourite tv shows!
Just do it — just start, once you’ve started you’re halfway there. Plus, you’ll thank yourself later!
Be easy on yourself — don’t feel bad about yourself, if you’ve procrastinated all day so what. Think of it as you needed some downtime for yourself. Go into tomorrow with goals you want to achieve and if you feel tempted to procrastinate, take a moment to think of why it’s important for you to get it done.
Make studying fun — treat yourself on your accomplishments, study in groups, listen to music, make your notes look fantastic, just whatever!
Be optimistic — instead of saying ‘I think and I hope’ say ‘I can and I will’.
Avoid: All negativity, you don’t need it. You know what you’re capable of so what’s stopping you?
Analyze your lifestyle habits Look at your lifestyle as a whole. The decisions you’re making can actually affect your productivity level.
Are you getting enough sleep? This is a MAJOR priority not matter what.
Try going to sleep earlier and wake up earlier — by getting a good nights sleep you’ll feel refreshed, motivated and like you’re ready to achieve more of your tasks.
The food you’re eating, water you’re drinking — is there enough nutrients to fuel your body? By fueling your body with good, healthy foods you’ll get good outcomes.
We need to fuel our bodies so we function properly, don’t become fatigued and are able to excrete all the toxins from our bodies.
How can you expect your body to be productive for you if you’re not treating it well? Take care of yourself!
Avoid: Going to sleep late and straining your body. Don’t stay up late on social media, and I know you want to catch up on your fave tv shows but we all know how good sleep is!
-I handed an adorable girl, scarcely one year old, a sticker. She was so overwhelmed by this gesture that she attempted to pay back my kindness in the only equivalent way she could imagine: she attempted to hand me the sticker back.
-A manager stopped by my lane on his way out of the store to discuss a podcast that we were both listening to. The sweet elderly woman I was ringing up asked if we were discussing a television show, and wanted all of the details. I then had to explain to this kind women, well into her seventies, how a radio drama about a brave man, a spiritually-flexible dwarf, and a Tex-Mex wizard made for good entertainment.
-A young girl demanded that her family walk through the grocery section so that she could feed her starving doll. I was grateful to see them oblige and take care of their daughter to the same extent that their daughter took care of her young ward.
-A church group left dozens of Easter eggs around the store, stuffed into merchandise and behind displays, each holding an advertisement for their upcoming service. Their use of our store for their own promotion without our consent was one thing, their leaving their litter throughout our store for us to clean up was another, but the final straw to me is that they did not even leave us chocolate for our troubles. It’s what Jesus would have wanted.
-As with most bad nights in softlines, I have made for myself a friend. A stray smiley stress toy and a stray single Spider-Man glove have combined to make a snuggly blue burrito of a friend. I have christened my son Leonardo and he has salvaged my night.
Description: You decide to play a game of push and pull with your ex Jungkook, bringing Jimin along for the ride.
Genre: Smut (M)
Word Count: 8.4k
Warnings: breath play, dom!Jimin, lots and lots of filth.
A/N: This is chapter one of… well, I don’t know. @ellieljade and I just keep brainstorming more and more for this sucker. To the point of us joking about finishing this when we’re in our 90′s….. Anyway. I hope you enjoy. I’ll be working on part two for Room for Dessert and The Guest House soon.
Ya girl is back with some head canons because the last one went pretty well so let’s try this out.
Sunday mornings/sundays with the OTP.
•spending all morning in bed doing absolutely nothing besides watching bad TV and marveling at each other
•lazy morning sex
•sunday pancakes with one half of the OTP cooking and the other half commenting on the others ass as they cook.
•"yeah babe you show that pancake it’s your bitch"
“I can’t with you.”
•lazy days in pjs sprawled out on the couch watching movies
•"I’m too tired to moovveee"
“I’m not carrying you.”
“WHY DONT YOU LOVE ME?”
•staying in bed all day, refusing to leave for anything but food and the bathroom.
•being grossly in love and happy with each other’s company.
•person A) “You look so amazing, I can’t be anymore in love with you it’s impossible”
Person B: *just woke up, hairs a disaster, has syrup on their face, drinking coffee angrily* “Are you blind?”
“Blinded by love”
“You’re too dramatic for your own good… but I guess I love you too”
•kisses all the time, seriously, just lots of sloppy kissing on the couch, in bed, making lunch just these assholes are in LOVEEE ok.
•along with sex, there’s a healthy dose of just talking, enjoying each other’s company, doing stuff as normal as cleaning the house becomes some dramatic declaration of love.
However, I’ve never actually seen “The Iron Giant”, and my hatred has nothing to do with the movie its self.
See, back in the day, some brain-genius at Cartoon Network thought it would be a great idea to show “The Iron Giant”.
From like 8 in the morning to 10 at night.
And apparently, the higher-ups loved this terrible idea so fucking much, they did it again and again on every holiday they didn’t have specials lined up for. For like three years in a row.
So every time I’d get a day off from school, I’d wake up, turn on the TV to watch cartoons, and BAM. I get a face-full of this CG,
Vin Diesel, Superman asshole dying and reincarnating in a Groundhog Day loop until he gave up and laid dormant until the next time Cartoon Network ran out of new things to air when kids where off from school. Watching cartoons was all I had as a kid, and this big, stupid jackass kept coming back to ruin my three-day weekends. I’m sure it’s a good movie, and I would have loved it just like the rest of you, but I can’t disassociate him with the all-day, marathon that kept me from watching the shows I actually wanted to see.
This render of many metal men floating through space represents my endless ire for him. He floats aimlessly though the void of space, the only place that can hold the endless encore presentations early 2000′s Cartoon Network let loose into the world.
Readers and retailers! We will be doing some serious press in a couple of weeks but as you will start placing your orders soon and I wanted to give you the hard sell on DEFENDERS.
This is a book we are very excited about. For those you don’t know we are launching an all new DEFENDERS in June. It is all new material written by myself and drawn by my iron Man and Civil War collaborators @davidmarquez and the amazing @jpocolors
my history with these characters is, let’s say, pronounced. First of all, some of you know that I’m one of the creators of Jessica Jones. Doesn’t get more intimate than that.
The second season of the show is filming now. Since her TV debut she has become a worldwide media sensation. It still stuns me to this day.
For those who have not been reading the new Jessica Jones series, things are very different for her and Luke. Their relationship will be the cornerstone of Defenders just as it was sometimes back in New Avengers.
In fact, let’s talk about NEW AVENGERS. where i staked my reputation and put Luke Cage right front and center
if there was a major marvel event, I tried to make sure Mr. Cage, for the first time in his long history, had something to say about it
CIVIL WAR 1
Plus, I was writing Alias, Daredevil and two Avengers books simultaneously and it created a situation where I could develop the relationship between Jessica Jones and Luke Cage into something very real…
And I love Daredevil so much. I have missed writing him.
And returning to the character under this decidedly different scenario has been very fulfilling creatively.
When I was writing all these characters previously, I initially steered clear of Iron Fist because he was being written by two really good friends of mine Matt Fraction and Ed Brubaker in the seminal run with David Aja.
but once he became available…
we even found a cool way to connect the iron fist saga to the Phoenix saga
we introduced the white costume which is the best costume!
when I was done with avengers I was already preparing this book. I was. I pitched it publicly in on my last page…
and then something happened…
They all became big ass tv stars!
And all those who spent the aughts MOCKING me for a Luke cage ‘crush’… were silenced!! as I was proven right!! again! :-)
And now finally the stars align for us to make this very special new book. Our goal is to create a brand-new, very dangerous, very exciting tapestry for the street-level comics. All of which will be centered around these four amazing characters but almost every single character you can think of that would fit in the mean streets of marvel will feature in this book.
They will be threatened by new players, new threats, old scores, and new rules.
issue three? The punisher
here is an exclusive look at some of issue number one, two, and the ALL NEW free comic book day story that sets everything up in the Guardians FCBD issue available at all participating comic book stores all over the country on free comic book day May 5
these are not in any sequential order, but check this out…
That’s my pitch! People always ask me what they can do to support their favorite comics… go to your local store and preorder.
That means the store will set one aside for you and that means we will set one aside for the store.
See you for free comic book day they where many of you are going to be shocked by what you find in that story… and then just a couple weeks later defenders number one and the all-new chapter for these characters that you and I love so much
bonus item, the Neal Adams. Cover for number one
remember that time comics legend Neal Adams drew Jessica Jones? :)
You were in love with your roommate Hoseok. Jimin knows your secret and wants to help you make him jealous.
Happy Birthday to my world and sunshine! Im not trying to cry but I hope my angel has the best day ever!!
You got home, to your shared apartment, after your morning shift. You hated being a waitress but Sunday mornings did bring in a big crowd. You think people who just got out of church were supposed to be nice but no. Everyone is cranky and wants brunch. Either way people tipped you well this morning and you needed to go buy groceries for you and Hoseok.
Hoseok, you thought. You wondered if he was awake. It was about two in the afternoon so you figured not. You knew he went out for a night of drinking with his friends. You also knew he brought a girl home last night. Mostly because you could hear everything they had done last night, well technically this morning. His room was across from your room and down the hall, that’s how loud they were. You could hear the bed hit the wall, the way she was screaming out for him, it was all too much for you. Especially his moans, they sounded so dirty and needy. You just wished they were for you, aching for you. Here you were in the kitchen writing a grocery list and getting wet thinking about Hoseok moaning.
Andrew and Aaron pretending to be eachother for @sirandking
Aaron stares blankly at the clothes that have been thrust into his chest, then up at his brother. “Why the fuck would I wear that? Not all of us have to dress like we’re stuck in our ‘rawr means I love you in dinosaur’ stage.”
Andrew’s perpetual smile twitches, his only sign of anger. “Just fucking wear it. I’m going to pick up the runner today instead of you.”
Aaron glares, but Andrew always wins any staring contest between the two of them. “Fine,” he bites out finally. “But don’t make this a habit, okay?”
“No promises,” Andrew says, and leaves Aaron to change in peace.”
“Take my German test for me.”
Andrew doesn’t look away from the TV and the re-run of some stupid sit-com playing on it. “Why?”
Aaron frowns. “You’re better than I am. All that practice with your boyfriend.” He spits the word out, hoping to garner a reaction, but Andrew doesn’t even blink.
Aaron grits his teeth, takes a breath. “Please.”
Andrew flicks a cool look in his direction. “What did you just say?”
“I said please.” The repetition keeps Andrew’s eyes on him, although his expression is more murderous than agreeable. “Andrew, I’m going to fail this class if I don’t do well on this test.”
“Why are you doing so badly? Skipping class to meet up with Katelyn?” Andrew, too, spits the word out.
Aaron says nothing.
Andrew turns his gaze back to the TV. “No.”
Frustrated, Aaron storms off.
The day of the test, his hoodie is missing. Aaron smiles to himself. He gets a B+ on the test, which is worse than Andrew could have gotten, but better than Aaron could have. He takes it.
Talking to Bee helps, supposedly. Aaron isn’t sure; sometimes when he looks at Andrew he still feels pointless anger simmering beneath his skin, a frustration he can never scratch out. But maybe it helps, because when Andrew shows up on the day the freshman are supposed to arrive with a matching outfit for Aaron, he takes it wordlessly.
It is, he admits, if only to himself, kind of fun to mess with people at his brother’s side.
A/N: Here’s the second and final part to ‘Lovely’ and it’s based on the song ‘Black Butterflies and Déjà Vu’ by the Grammy Award-watching band, The Maine. Enjoy!
“JUST SAY HOW YOU FEEL, DAMMIT. YOU’RE KILLING ME HERE!”
Howling in laughter, Bucky squeezed your shoulder as you mumbled obscenities under your breath, clearly frustrated about how your favorite show unraveled before you. Once again, Amy and Jonah dispelled any rumors that they had feelings for one another, continuing the long and grueling torture of true love unspoken. Sure, it was just a show, but you couldn’t help feel so invested in these characters, projecting your life upon theirs and experiencing the emotions they felt.
First I wanna say that your writing is really freaking lovely – your blog is one of my favorites now! Thank you for your hard work (´▽｀) And next! Could I request BTS reacting to their S/O having one of those days where they’re kinda sad? Not for any particular reason – that’s just how they feel and need some time to recharge, and it’s something that happens every now and then. Thank you so much!!
Ugh, do I understand this!
When he found you sitting in bed, covered in the blankets, Jimin would look at you sympathetically and climb into the bed next to you. He’d lay down and pull you into his arms before quietly asking if there was something wrong.
“No, today’s just a sad day,” you sigh, burrowing into his chest. He’d put his arm around you and stroke your hair with the other hand but stay silent, wondering if he should ask if you needed anything. When he looked at your face, he’d see your eyes were closed and then would kiss your forehead, hoping that you’ll be out of your funk by tomorrow.
He’d walk in and see you curled up on the couch, wearing his sweatshirt. Your eyes were fixated on the TV, watching reality shows mindlessly. “You alright, babe?” He asked, shuffling over to the side of the couch and kissing your temple.
When you didn’t respond, his eyebrows scrunched and he walked back over to you and stood in front of your line of vision. “What’s going on, Y/N?”
You roll to your back and look up at Jungkook, “Just a sad day, I guess.”
When he heard that, he would gently pick you up bridal style despite your quiet protests, and carry you upstairs and into the bedroom. He’d plop you down and then ask if you needed anything. When you say no, he’d come around to the other side of the bed and let you lay on top of him, while wrapping his arms around you and hugging you tightly.
You’d be in the kitchen making tea when Namjoon walked in. He’d begin to talk to you, but when you didn’t answer and walked out to the living room his eyebrows would scrunch together in confusion.
“What’s wrong, baby girl?” He’d ask quietly as he walked over to you, taking a seat beside you on the couch. You just stirred your tea but looked over at him with a shrug. “Just an off day, I guess.”
Without missing a beat, Namjoon would gently take your tea from you and place it on the table. He’d lift you onto his lap where your face was nuzzled against his shoulder and your arms were thrown around his waist. He’d stroke your hair and hold you tightly while asking you what was up, if he could do anything for you, and other things to distract you from being upset.
He’d wake up to see you sitting on the edge of the bed, playing with your hands. Usually by this time, you were already awake and jumping on your boyfriend to get up, too. But J-Hope knew something was different this morning.
“Y/N? You okay?” He’d ask in a raspy voice, looking up at you. You shrugged and said, “I’m just not feeling well.” At that, Hoseok would sit up and gently pull your shoulder to make you face him. “You’re sick? Do you have a temperature?”
“No..just an off day.” You said, and Hoseok’s eyes would soften. “Well. Then come here, okay?” He’d say, taking hold of your wrist and pulling you down beside him, where your cheek laid on his chest and his arm held you tightly against him. He’d rub little circles on your back to soothe you and occasionally kiss the top of your head.
He’d get home from work and notice that you weren’t being your bubbly self. You’d have your earbuds in your ears, and Yoongi could hear the music blasting all the way from the kitchen. He’d stand in the doorway and watch you for awhile until he figured he needed to say something.
“Hey. You okay?” He’d ask, walking over and gently taking one of the earbuds out. You’d sigh and look up at him, concern written all over his face. “I’m just having an off day.” You’d say. He’d take the other earbud out of your ear before sitting down next to you, putting an arm around your shoulders and holding you close to him. “Show me what you’re listening to, hm?”
The two of you would sit there and you’d show him a bunch of songs on your playlist. He even got you to laugh once when one of his songs showed up and he pretended to absolutely hate it. As you were silently listening to one of his songs, he’d lean over and press a long kiss to your lips and then to your forehead.
They didn’t call him Mama Jin for nothing. When he saw you sitting in the loveseat in the corner of the living room, staring out the window, he’d walk over with a cup of hot chocolate and pull you up out of the seat he could sit down. He’d then let you climb into his lap and the two of you would take turns sipping the hot chocolate.
“Just an off day, huh?” He’d ask as you shifted so you were leaning against his chest. His arms would be wrapped around you and you’d interlock your fingers with his. “Yeah. I’m okay though.” You’d say, looking up to kiss his cheek.
Walking in, he’d immediately be engulfed in a hug. You had a rough day, especially because Tae wasn’t there to make you feel better. “Woah, Y/N, you okay?” He’d ask. When you didn’t answer and continued to hug him tightly, he’d sigh and put his stuff down before putting his arms around you and hugging you back.
“Come here,” Taehyung would say, detaching himself from your grip and leading you to the couch, where you’d lay down next to him and be face to face. He’d wrap an arm around you and the other would stroke your face, before he leaned in to press a kiss to your lips. “I’m sorry you’re having an off day, baby.”
“Home sweet home.” Jensen grumbles carelessly, roughly ripping off his jacket as he finally walks through the front door. Having just finished his second complicated surgery of the day, he’s ready to fucking crash for a week.
Jensen barely reacts to the sound of distant yelling echoing through the house, his overworked brain assuming it’s just a TV show. But the voices become strangely familiar as he trudges towards the staircase.
The shriek of his fifteen year old daughter breaks Jensen out of his exhausted state, making him hightail it up the stairs. Ignoring all of the awful scenarios invading his mind, he bursts through the door of her bedroom.
“Madison! What’s wrong?!” The scene Jensen sees makes him do a double take. His son and daughter appear to be unharmed, for some reason she’s soaking wet but that’s seems to be it.
The first time I heard about The 100 I was driving home along the
winding Coldwater Canyon. Jason called me after his development meeting
with Warner Bros., where one of the projects they mentioned had caught
his interest. All it took was the two-line pitch and I was instantly on board. I don’t remember exactly what I said as I tried not to drive
off that twisty, poorly-lit road, but it was something to the effect of,
“That’s so great you have to do it! I know you’re busy with the movie,
but that will get on the air. It will go five seasons! Or more!”
now, as The 100 goes into its fifth season, I’m leaving it behind. I’ve
decided not to return to the show when it comes back, intrigued by the
idea of doing something new. For those interested in the TV writing
business, it’s often considered advisable to get experience on multiple
shows, learning the different processes and room dynamics.
all that, I find myself thinking a lot about the early days. For the
longest time the show lived on paper, just a potentiality. Eventually it
got picked up to pilot and we cast a bevy of brilliant actors, who gave
faces and voices and hearts to these characters. And then it gelled
into something special. It’s been an extraordinary ride and I am so
grateful for it. And for all of you. So thank you. May we meet again.