We’ve quickly settled back into life in Vancouver. Well, most of us. Lulu clearly misses her daily visits to the dog park while Suji doesn’t have a clue what’s going on but seems be enjoying the backyard. For our part, Akemi and I are happy to be back – working out every morning in the basement gym, shopping for fresh fish every morning at Seafood City at the Granville Island Market, talking books with the well-read staff at The Book Warehouse, and simply sleeping in our own bed (albeit somewhat fitfully from 9:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m.). Still, decisions will have to be made about the house.
Eventually. For now, I’ve got to focus on fleshing out my ideas for the looming season 4 writers’ room…which is, admittedly, really hard to do just coming off production on season 3.
And what a third season we have in store for you. The show keeps getting better and better because everyone involved makes concerted effort to improve upon what has come before. And nowhere is this more evident than in the show’s music produced by composer Ben Pinkerton under the guidance of music supervisor Jody Colero. In fact, one of the most oft-asked questions I get thrown my way is: “When are you releasing the Dark Matter soundtrack?”. It’s a great question and here’s your chance to ask the man himself because Dark Matter composer Ben Pinkerton has agreed to field your queries (after much cajoling and a promise I would make it as painless as possible).
So, if you’ve got a question for Ben, please post them in the comments section before this weekend!
Today, I leave you with yet another Dark Matter sneak peek screen cap:
What the heck is going on in this pic? Any guesses?