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This week, we time-travel back to our first centennial, a live show in Hollywood with special guests Aline Brosh McKenna and Rawson Thurber. We discuss the rise of the “writer-plus,” the importance of early mentors, and the emails that outline the very origin of Scriptnotes.
Through the past 100 episodes, a lot has changed, so John provides updates on some topics, including how the Golden Ticket winner presaged the later full script challenge. So even if you listened to this episode 97 weeks ago, you’ll find something new.
- Scriptnotes, the 100th Episode
- The Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting
- Scriptnotes, 190: This Is Working
- Aline Brosh McKenna on IMDb
- Rawson Thurber on IMDb
- Slate’s article on Save the Cat! (and Stuart’s review of the series)
- Makers: Women Who Make America on PBS
- Scriptnotes: A podcast about screenwriting and things that are interesting to screenwriters
- The classic Pilot G2 and the brand new erasable Pilot Frixion on Amazon
- Stuart, Ryan and Nima (and Matthew)
- One Hit Kill is on Kickstarter now
- Outro by Scriptnotes editor Matthew Chilelli (send us yours!)
UPDATE 5-19-15: The transcript of this episode can be found here.