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September 20 2004

Interview with the producers of Wonderfalls. Nothing all that new here but a nice interview, some information on what Todd Holland is up to at the moment

Heh, just noticed as I was rereading it that they mentioned Tim worked on Buffy. I wonder how often that mistake is made? I've heard him mention it in numerous interviews, never seen it about any of the other writers who worked solely on Angel.
Damn it, I forgot to add that I found the interview via savewonderfalls.com so thanks must go to Cranberry :)
Tim always gets credit for working on Buffy. I think it's pretty funny.

Although he did direct some of the exterior flashback scenes in "Fool for Love."
They also said Jaye Taylor was Caroline's character name when it was (if I am not mistaken) Tyler.
You are quite correct zeitgeist, didn't pick up on that either. My heads not in the game today :)

Although he did direct some of the exterior flashback scenes in "Fool for Love." Heh, that probably doesn't count since they were also being done for the episode Darla of Angel.
I didn't know that Tim Minear worked on The X-Files. Very cool. Todd Holland mentioned liking Amelie, which I can totally see in Wonderfalls.
Damn it, I forgot to add that I found the interview via savewonderfalls.com so thanks must go to Cranberry :)

And Bryan sent the link to me, so I'll give credit to him. I'd never heard of Producermag before... it is a nice little interview, though.

Now, hopefully soon we'll get to see some DVD box art!
If only the dvd's were still coming out in December instead of Jan 18th. Oh well, I'll be importing them whenever they're released :)

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