Hey, notice a pattern with the episode titles? Yes, they’re drawn from actual lines of scripted dialogue. I say “scripted dialogue” instead of just plain “dialogue” because, in a couple of cases, the “scripted dialogue” didn’t make the final cut.
When it came to deciding on an appropriate title for each episode, I simply drew from a given episode’s “scripted dialogue” and had you, the fans, vote. In some cases, the titles are on point (“Welcome To You New Home” or “We Were Family”). Other times, they’re a little less so (“Kill Them All” and “We Voted Not To Space You”). In the case of this Friday’s episode, “We Should Have Seen This Coming”, it’s the former. Well done, crew. Check out the promo:
And something in the way of a HUGE tease in this 3+ minute preview:
A little insight from Tom Gardiner at Three If By Space:
While Spoiler TV’s Aimee Hicks offers up an interesting preview of her own.
A few things about our last episode, “We Voted Not To Space You”:
This story was actually slotted much later in the season but was moved up after we received some emphatic requests to do so.
In an earlier draft of the script, the Android sets off the door alarm and, when the guard approaches, knocks him down, forcing him to arrest her. When it came time for me to do a late production pass, I made the encounter a little more humorous, drawing on actress Zoie Palmer’s delightful comic timing. I loved the idea of the Android trying to get arrested, only to be thwarted by a disinterested security guard, and wanted to culminate it in that shirt rip. We had two re-sets for the tear-away shirt, meaning we could only do the gag three times. On the first take, the shirt didn’t rip properly. On the second, it ripped, but it didn’t fall away to expose his chest. On the third gag – same thing EXCEPT Zoie saved it by slapping the hanging material aside to reveal his chest…which was even funnier!
Hey, it’s Kris Holden-Reid playing the role of Chief Inspector Kierken of the Galactic Authority! He actually auditioned for the role while out of town, in Germany actually. He put together a self-tape and enlisted his
Hey, notice the almost flirtatious exchange between THREE and undercover Android (Kiva Ehrens) on her return to The Raza? Who’s shipping THREEVA?
Danny Bones. Danny Bones. Now where have you heard that name before? Please review Episode 11 of season 1.
Pictured above: the incredibly pliable, easy-to-work with material Production Designer Ian Brock used to build the tunnel walls.
The Art Department layout (lay down?) of the section of the tunnel where FOUR is trapped.
The Android’s fake visitor card, c/o Roxanne Borris and Victoria Klein.
“We voted not to space you.”
“Wait. Is that the line?”
Zoie Palmer on set.
Kris Holden-Reid partakes of crafty.
Director Ron Murphy prepares to shoot some snowy action.