Well, I’ve almost finished clearing out my office. This –
Well today, in addition to doing a little spring cleaning, I also took in a Day 1 mix of Epilogue. Kudos to writer/producer Carl Binder on this one. It has a it of everything: humor, charm, dramatic developments, and a couple of truly heartbreaking moments. A great episode that, once over, had me really excited for season three – until I remembered: Oh, right. We’re not making a season three. It’s really a shame because the back half of season two sets up a lot of terrific story elements. You’ll see what I mean when Stargate: Universe returns for its final ten episodes TUESDAY, MARCH 8th on SPACE (http://www.spacecast.com/article/The-Journeys-End-Draws-Near-for-SPACEe28099s-Acclaimed-and-Beloved-STARGATE-UNIVERSE)
And since we’re on the subject, here are a couple of behind the scene clips from an upcoming episode –
What the hell is going on in this scene? Not sure, but I suspect that THIS suspicious character –
Speaking of the above-depicted suspicious character, he was in today, as were other production types like John G. Lenic, Ivon Bartok, and Lawren Bacroft-Wilson.
– approving episode credits. Yes to Paul and my “written by” credit on The Hunt. Yes to Paul and my producer end-card at the conclusion of Common Descent. Sadly, no on Carl’s “Executive Producer” credit at the beginning of Epilogue. It can now be found at the end of Act III.
To make it up to him, I joined him for dinner (I wanted to say “I took him out to dinner” but that would be inaccurate since he paid after I pulled the old left-my-wallet-in-my-other-suit gag). Tonight, we feasted!
A great dinner at Danube. And then, it was time to hit the road…