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November 27 2006

Facing the Day: Day Break's Jeffrey Bell. He talks about running Day Break and, of course, Angel.

Also, his penchant for Mexican wrestling and “The Cautionary Tale of Numero Cinco” get a fun mention.

Good find, Pliny - thanks. Loved the interview, will be adding this to my download queue. (And that would be purchase queue if studios ever got their act together).
Nice interview! This actually makes me excited to watch my tivo'd eps of Daybreak instead of, er, NOT. (I've read too many bad reviews.)

A shout-out to Numero Cinco... ah, memories. Sniff.
I read it a few weeks ago, when I got the newsletter. Quite interesting.

Although I've never been Bell's greatest fan, can't recall any Angel episode from, that I'd include in my favorite lists.

But I'm watching "Day Break" mostly for the cast (Adam and Taye - original cast member from Rent) and for being a show that melds into the subject of Time.
Although I've never been Bell's greatest fan, can't recall any Angel episode from, that I'd include in my favorite lists.


Not Fade Away.
Good one Simon, completely forgot that Jeffrey wrote NFA.

Okay, just scratch what i just said. hahah.
Gossi, Daybreak is available for online viewing at ABC.com. It's definitely worth watching.
Man, I love Jeff Bell so much. So so very much. "The Cautionary Tale of Numero Cinco" is just brilliant. I may have to check out this show...
Gossi, Daybreak is available for online viewing at ABC.com

Sadly only if you're in the US ohbejoyful (unless you use nefarious means to bypass their filtering and since gossi's already using nefarious means I think he's got that covered ;).

Good interview that, thanks for linking Pliny. I like what he says about the banality of revealing a magic trick so long as the writers take it to heart in its entirety. A magic trick might be banal but it makes sense. Obviously their challenge is to have a final reveal of the repeating mechanism that isn't banal but still makes sense (even if it's only within the show's context i.e. not necessarily real world sense, just fiction sense).

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