- Friday 27th January 2012, 1:55pm
- Chicago, IL, United States
- 22 posts
Thanks for the feedback.
Looks like I'll have to take the U.K. hit on the spelling and pronunciation - bwaha.
Badge, I agree with you on the laugh points. It's more exposition-y, and I hadn't settled into my character as much I'd have liked. That episode is the weakest (I think) for laughs. Long story, but this thing kind of evolved out of a stage scene I did, which was brand new at the time, and got better later, so I'm a bit insecure about the one we shot because the live version got a lot tighter over the next year.
SootyJ - You might be surprised where it goes, so I'm glad you mentioned that, because that was/is the challenge. My POV for doing this is that in the US for a drama to succeed it has to have a major anti-hero. Drug addicts, serial killers, corrupt politician, etc...
That, and my hatred of reality shows. Maybe it's the same there, but they'll do a reality show about absolutely anything and/or anybody here.
Hope you watch/like the next one. Maybe I'll name the U.K. Version "The Adventures of Byron"....