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Craig and John open the mailbag to answer questions on acronyms in dialogue, off-the-air specs and international WGA jurisdiction. Plus we look at the growing trend of non-disclosure agreements on studio projects, and whether the nature of film requires less complex characters.
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- Scriptnotes shirts are available for pre-order in the John August Store
- Dewalt hex bit set and a magnetic bit extensions set
- This is the last week of the summer for Featured Fridays on Weekend Read
- Scriptnotes, 130: Period space
- South Park popularity is soaring in Taiwan from The Baltimore Sun
- Non-disclosure agreements on Wikipedia
- Screenwriting.io on handling numbers in dialogue
- Screenwriting.io on spec scripts
- Scriptnotes, 11: How movie money works
- Dead Synchronicity
- Mr. Robot on USA
- Outro by Duncan Pflaster (send us yours!)
UPDATE 9-3-15: The transcript of this episode can be found here.