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'Revolution' Scoop: Producer Eric Kripke Answers Your Burning Premiere Questions

'Revolution' Scoop: Producer Eric Kripke Answers Your Burning Premiere Questions

Commented Sep 18, 2012 at 09:20:17 in TV

“Looks like there's a *typo in this paragraph. And it looks like I made one of my own!”
'Revolution' Scoop: Producer Eric Kripke Answers Your Burning Premiere Questions

'Revolution' Scoop: Producer Eric Kripke Answers Your Burning Premiere Questions

Commented Sep 18, 2012 at 09:18:33 in TV

“Very interesting interview. I believe in Eric Kripke's ability to create and develop characters that people care about. A lot of the reviews I've read have been a little harsh about the development of Charlie in particular. It's only the first episode and there is so much that needed to be set up and explained so I think it's a success that this pilot got me interested in the quest itself. I'm ok with that. Now I think we can get on to the character development. I'm happy that Kripke is adamant about being pretty transparent with the "mystery" aspect of the show. Just tell us why the lights went out so we can get on to how to get them back on and the "revolution" aspect of the show. I'll be tuning in to see where this goes.

Mo, I think there's a in this paragraph:

Bad Robot is famous for long-term mythology and I would argue that they're the best in the business at mystery. And J.J.'s been invaluable about [things like] "It we drop in this little piece, plant this little element, we can pay it off later."”

LastWeekOn on Sep 18, 2012 at 09:20:17

“Looks like there's a *typo in this paragraph. And it looks like I made one of my own!”
TV Question Time: If You Have Tube Queries, Share Them Here

TV Question Time: If You Have Tube Queries, Share Them Here

Commented Feb 23, 2012 at 15:59:46 in TV

“I listen to NPR's weekly Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast and they sometimes do a segment on "pop culture comfort food". (That is some form of pop culture that feels nostalgic or sentimental) If you had a TV comfort food, what would it be and why?”