andthisisthewonder wrote:Although, did Bret and Jemaine write the radio series?
I did enjoy Two Little Boys; it's obviously different to the sweet, gentle nature of FOTC (which is one of the things I loved about the HBO series when I first saw it...
andthisisthewonder wrote:I'm really looking forward to the film, assuming it'll be a general release...
andthisisthewonder wrote:Nonchalant Obsession, that's a great photo - I wish I could steal one of those sticky notes on the wall
nonchalant obsession wrote:The writer that wrote that write up about the writers is quite the wit.
nonchalant obsession wrote:andthisisthewonder wrote:I'm really looking forward to the film, assuming it'll be a general release...
I hope so, but we'll probably be left waiting for the dvd.
nonchalant obsession wrote:I know little about writing, but I can imagine the process the first season started with Bret and Jemaine's catalog of songs on note cards and they arranged them around obvious plot lines for the main story of the episode, then selecting another to inspire the "B" storyline.
nonchalant obsession wrote:...for example Duncan Sarkies says; "Bret. Jemaine. I think a song about your man bulges would be perfect right here in the story." Jemaine; "I'm on it."
nonchalant obsession wrote:It would be helpful to know if the photo above has all of the shows from Season 1 framed out in sticky notes....or is that all work for one episode?
Nancy wrote:I wonder if they had ideas for stories, but had to wait until the guest stars were set before actually writing the story, thus tailoring it to the star.
Nancy wrote:Quick, before our memories are stolen from us forever
mockingbird wrote: I wonder which came first... the funny songs, or the personas of two bumbling musicians. Maybe they developed simultaneously. What was their first appearance as FOTC that we know about - probably Newtown Salad? And those were just songs, so I'm going with the songs came first.
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