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You know you're writing a good script when..

Jonathan Gunderson
Posted April 28, 2010 5:41 PM
as you're typing, you can't stop laughing from the material you're coming up with.

(Working on finishing an "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" spec script)

I'll upload it soon, but this will definitely be one of my favorite scripts I've written.

Jonathan Gunderson
Posted April 30, 2010 1:00 PM
Uploaded now :)

"The Gang Adopts an Asian Baby"

It's definitely dark comedy, but that's what the show is known for. I also ended it with a reference to a recent news article. Apparently, a mentally unstable adopted Russian child was returned to the adoption agency from where it came from, infuriating the Russian foreign prime minister.

Any fans of the show in here?

Dawn Chapman
Posted May 1, 2010 12:45 PM
I don't know the show.

But I know how you feel.

I really got involved with my characters from TSK they haunt my dreams and my waking life. If I don't spend enough time with them in a month, they annoy the living hell out of me. :)

Good job I love them all to bits. :)

I'll try and pop by your script.

Hope all is well.


Steven Kogan
Posted May 1, 2010 1:03 PM
Honestly that only has happened to me during brainstorming sessions. Jokes are always funnier with friends around, but when I have to plan and plot them out, then consciously write them, they  seem to loose their edge a bit.

It's just more proof of my Frog Theory of Comedy (tm):

"A good joke is like a frog. If you have to dissect it, it dies!"

I'll try to take a look at your show soon! Good luck and keep writing!

- K -