Wow!  We’re unstoppable!  Five stories in five days brings our grand total to eleven out of thirteen.  And, as one writer pointed out: They’re all great!   There’s not a single episode I’d happily pass on to someone else.  I want to write them all.
They’re a lot of fun, chock full of action, humor, shocking twists and turns, and, of course, terrific character moments for our entire crew.  You’re gonna love ’em.

And, as we enter the stretch run, it’s time to give credit where credit is due.

Okay, yes, the writing room has been great.  But, really, we’ve ONLY been great because we had the energy to blaze through these story breaking sessions.  And we’ve had the energy to blaze through these story breaking sessions thanks to our secret weapon:

July 25, 2014: 11 Down!  2 To Go!Yes, I replenished the chocolate storehouses this morning, thereby ensuring we’d have enough power to complete this week’s mission.

Tonight, I celebrated a week’s work well done by updating and distributing the series overviews detailing synopses, character lists, and production requirements for all eleven episodes.

Anyone in San Diego for Comic Con?  Sadly, I’m missing out this year, but I’m keeping updating on all the important happenings.  So far, there was this:

And this:

Anything else to report?

Today’s blog entry is dedicated to birthday boy Shirt’n’Tie!  Happy Birthday, Paul!

12 thoughts on “July 25, 2014: 11 down! 2 to go!

  1. I don’t even watch the show, but I always love bloopers! Thanks for sharing that. And maybe next year you’ll be at SDCC with you new show!

  2. BTW, just curious… But does Anyone know IF it is even “possible” ANY MORE for **ANYONE**-From-OUT-of-Town who Isn’t “active” U.S. Military or an Artist or a Dealer or a “Celebrity” or the “Media” to actually GET **WEEKEND** Tickets to COMIC CON *WITHOUT* having to have BEEN There EVERY year for the past 7 Years to PRE-Buy them [probably 2 years in advance!] *before* they SELL-OUT by 10am on the “FRIDAY”..??!!

    Personally, I think One’s chances of WINNING the POWERBALL are better! Or, snacking with THE QUEEN, having pizza with THE POPE, being Abducted by ALIENS whilst touring CNN Headquarters…

  3. I keep thinking I’ve outgrown conventions, but then you walk into the venue and you’re a kid again only no one can stop you from buying a hundred dollar light saber.

    Chocolate is my spice mélange. I’m bleary eyed from binging on Cedar Cove, chock full as it is with Stargate vets. I want Andie and Elyse’s awesome wardrobe. Vancouver looks stunning on that show.

  4. @Ganymede, yeah I don’t think just any random person can get in to SDCC anymore, you have to have an “in” somehow. I could be wrong.

  5. i’ve always wanted to try ritter sport– marzipan, but i don’t like dark chocolate. i had the ritter sport with butter biscuit (cookie) once, it was very good.

  6. Big Bang Theory had a show discussing how hard it was to get tickets to San Diego Comic Con. It has to be bad to make an episode out of it.

    Yay Chocolate! You need something savory too. Bring a big pan of …….. You’ll think of something.

  7. I live in San Diego and used to go – until it became too difficult to get tickets. My son works for Sony (game developer for Playstation) and can get “industry” tickets but prefers not to go. It’s just easier to watch highlights on blogs or TV.

  8. @ Ganymede – Since you mention it, I bet SDCC only wants those who have great costumes and crazy personalities, who are willing to wear and share, to come to their “show”.

  9. @Ganymede, SDCC is sold out, but you can still go to DragonCon in Atlanta over Labor Day weekend.

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