Episode 5 was one of the craziest shoots we’ve ever done. It started well, though. J. Grace Pennington, who wrote the episode, was able to come out and help on the set, which was great fun. We even put her to work as a script and slate wrangler. Continue reading
Things weren’t too crazy on this episode. We had a little bit of an exciting moment when the log Rebekah Shafer (Bree) was sitting on turned out to be pretty wobbly. A declaration was made by the director that nobody was allowed to stand on the log. And then later he forgot and stood on it. Continue reading
Episode 4 is probably my (Jordan) favorite episode of the entire first season. I still laugh at almost every joke in there. “You can’t even wear socks!” seems to be a fan favorite. Continue reading
Half the fun with this one was reading the writing prompts Rebekah Shafer (Production designer and Bree) came up with to go in the Writer’s jar. There were crazy things in there like “Walk to the sun.” (A reference Continue reading
This was actually the very last episode that we shot. It ended up taking us until the last minute to find a wall that would work for the episode. We literally scouted the location in the morning and came back to shoot in the afternoon. And then we forgot the microphone and had to send somebody back for it. Continue reading
One of the most hilarious things that happened while shooting this episode was when the cast spontaneously started singing the flower song from Tangled during the shooting of latter half of the episode. Almost every take ended with the flower being held up and sung to. Continue reading
On a plot dare to write a family member into her story, the Writer puts Bree into her novel.
Trying to catch up on the final day, the Writer goes to town with descriptions to round out her word count.
The Writer attempts to boost her word count by giving each character a new talent.
A jar of story prompts causes confusion for Writer and characters alike.