In case you hadn’t heard:
It’s always the way. At first it’s “Oh, no. Oh, no. Are we going to get a season 3 pick up?” And then it’s “Oh, no. Oh, no. We got a pick up and now have to finish work on those scripts!”
It’s amazing how prescient my dogs were, seemingly preparing for a potential return journey to T.O. –
Not a day before the pick-up. Seemingly the stuff of urban legends, but anecdotal evidence supports the theory that dogs can predict earthquakes and series renewals.
I celebrated with Dark Matter friends. Last night, it was dinner at the excellent Hart & Hunter with actress Ellen Wong (Misaki Han).
We played that hand-knife game pre-dinner. She lost.
Grapefruit beer! What will they think of next?!
Then, tonight, it was dinner with Melanie Liburd’s husband Ben, Melanie Liburd, and director Jason Priestley. We went to Nobu where I left the menu in the hands of the chef but requested nigiri. Three times. What we got – mainly cooked dishes. And no nigiri. I mean, come on. It was all well and good – especially after three bottles of sake – but I can’t help but feel highly suspicious of a place when I order nigiri THREE TIMES and don’t receive any. Do they have something to hide? Fortunately, the company was spectacular. I love those three!
Well, that’s it. My L.A. trip concludes tomorrow with one last minute breakfast meeting, then a flight back to Vancouver. Look at how much the dogs are missing me…
And then it’s back to work on scripts for season 3. If you thought season 2 was nuts, just you wait…