You may or may not know that I’m a special needs aide for a public middle school. I’m not sure what is further from my Hollywood writing days of yore – working at a middle school or working with kids like Midu, who only know 50 words of Hindi, no English and are more comfortable dropping trou in front of me than the time “Actor Who Won’t be Named” thought it was perfectly acceptable to unzip his pants while I was handing him pink rewrite pages. 482 more words
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“I never saw myself as a sitcom person, but I was waiting tables and I was like I have to figure out something and I wrote this script that was super dark, but when I put it into Charlie’s hands or Glenn’s they made it funny and I realized this could actually be a sitcom. 555 more words
A few weekends ago saw my first visit to the BFI & Radio Times TV Festival – and that’s hardly a surprise, because it’s a brand new festival. 1,086 more words
I’ve read the book. I’ve watched the show. I’ve read the articles and the comments and my friends’ reactions to the story.
As a writer, I am disappointed that so many people aren’t seeing this show the way it was meant to be seen. 1,203 more words