Sunday March 20, 2016
I arrived for my 9:15am calltime, to find out unlike the day before when the elevators worked normally, today the elevator was access-key, and one of the ADs had to bring it down for the elevator to go to the desired floor.
Once there, I discovered
was there for the day, playing Jeff's father.
Also on hand, playing Aunt Jackie, was the pleasant
wife of comedian impressionist
The photo with Jim I have was taken by Tamra after one of Jim's
Being filmed is the webseries's second season; ironically their first season is no longer online, having been taken down due to "low production values," and the current, well-funded season, being far more high-end, production value wise.
Irony continues as now no one currently aware of the series can watch the first season, in which all the origin story takes place.
I later had to wonder why didn't they just also just reshoot the first season as well?
Between camera set ups were the usual on set chat.
We spoke about how some agents and even casting folk rely more on one's social media status over actual talent.
confessed to buying Twitter Followers, a practice in which I've never partaken.
While he assured me these were legit Followers, not 'bot accounts, I explained that my own Twitter Activity, based on some tips and tricks once given me on which I had expanded, put my then current Twitter Follower acquisition rate at about 125+ per week for almost two years, all legit and none purchased.
We got to my coverage, which encompassed our entering the conference room, and listening and reacting to to testimony.
Shooting the other side of the conference room scene mostly was our reacting to something in the reverse angle, later we shot my sitting with
playing Julie, beyond Jeff and Doug Jones having a quick dialogue together in the foreground.
According to the IMDB, this season finale episode is scheduled for its online released on