I’m usually in for call, our first blocking of the day, which is scheduled for 7:30 a.m., meaning I’m up at 6:00 a.m. every morning. We run a pretty tight ship, 12 hour days including lunch, so I’m often home by 8:00 p.m. (a very reasonable hour given my line of work) which gives me time to say hello to Akemi and the dogs, shower, deal with any issues on the home front, and then be in bed for 10:00 p.m. where I’ll usually read, view, rewrite, or provide notes in preparation for the next day.
Which is why the weekend is such a nice change of pace. I get to sleep in, spend time with Akemi and the dogs, go out for lunch, do some shopping, and – do production passes on scripts for Episodes 107 and 108, revise the script for 109, plot out the season finale, and review cuts of Episodes 101 and 102 in advance of Monday’s session with editor Nick Wong. Sooooooo relaxing.
Hey, if you’re not following me on twitter (@BaronDestructo), you’re missing out on a new daily feature: #ThisDayInSupervillainHistory…
Educational AND entertainment. That’s edutainment right there.
So that Stargate: Atlantis movie would have had some pretty amazing visual effects sequences. Like, for instance, the one described on this here:
Oh, hey, I hear Rick and Amanda were at a con today where both expressed their support for a possible Stargate reunion miniseries. Time to get the band back together! Whaddya say?