Man. I really don’t understand angry drunks.
There is nothing I don’t love right now.
I’m going to Hemingway myself now while trying not to Hemingway myself.
You get it.
You ever get drunk alone and chain-watch guilty pleasure shows?
That is so much my Friday.
Now I’m going to write a Television show.
Watching Frasier while I mentally prepare for my bikini wax.
Is this a stereotype?
This should be a stereotype.
New Girl’s Max Greenfield had an SNL-themed bar mitzvah and it was obviously 1994’s hottest party
I can’t even deal.
Because I just can’t let such a good idea go to waste (and since now it’s actually February): Sparks McGee Valentine’s Day cards! Or, any day cards, really. Valentine’s Day is overrated.
(Thanks to my friend Jesse for the last two phrases.)
THESE ARE AMAZING!!!!
And general mind-bendiness.
It’s the new Looper!
If full of cultural reference, confusion, and the usual plotholes/questions :P
I am reading it now, but am probably too drunk to be of any use. We’ll see!!
I’m like, four paragraphs in and already this is the best screenplay ever so yes, I am probably too drunk. Sober Ashley will try this again tomorrow. In case this actually is the best screenplay ever, congratulations!!
EVERYONE GETS LIKES!!!!
THE LAST SHOT OF 30 ROCK IS EXACTLY HOW I IMAGINED IT.
BECAUSE NO-ONE ELSE COULD HAVE COME UP WITH A BETTER REFERENCE.
EXCEPT COMMUNITY. BUT WE WILL NEVER CONSIDER THAT SHOW ENDING, OKAY?
I am SO GLAD that this came up on my dash before any spoilers!
I’ll be back after a trip to the DVR!!!
Today we packed up the truck to send the entire DFTBA warehouse to Montana for our new warehouse crew to take over. DFTBA started in my bedroom, then moved to a spare bedroom, then my garage, then a small retail space, then to a 3,000 sq ft warehouse, and NOW to an 8,000 sq ft warehouse out in Montana.
This is a big day for DFTBA Records, the little merch company that could. I’m really excited about the fancy new warehouse!
When Hank and Alan were like, “It’s 2008. We should start a record company,” I thought they were bananas.
They were bananas, but by bringing cool things into the world and staying true to their vision of an artist-driven company, they’ve built something really wonderful. DFTBA has helped nerdfighters go to college without debt; it’s helped YouTubers be able to make videos full-time; and it has allowed my mustachioed face to grace many thousands of torsos.
Thanks to everyone who’s made stuff with us and everyone who’s bought stuff from us. Rest assured that while the warehouse may get bigger, the company’s values won’t change. DFTBA!
I’m all d’aww about it.
I’m worried that my WIP has too much action. I can’t get my hands on enough action and/or adventure scripts to determine how appropriate it is for a screenwriter to write parts of the action herself. Some shows, where choreographers are clearly staffed, just type BATTLE or FIGHT, etc.
Some go into more detail.
I don’t want to seem like I’m stepping out of jurisdiction. But some parts of the action need to be scripted because the story relies on certain physical actions to drive the scene.
Most of the action scripts I can get my hands on are for film.Does anyone know if there’s a great divergence between writing action in film and television?