To GIVE it a story and make it better, maybe?
There's whole sections shot on Riverside in Burbank where they recreated "The Money Tree" bar out of the now "Formans" bar that wasn't included ...
I'm looking forward to seeing ALL the scenes that were shot in my neighborhood.
It was GREAT being part of this one.
I don't know of any vape 'pens' that shoot smoke out of their mouthpieces. You have to suck it. (go on... I'll wait)
That said, what others are available besides this one?
Having worked in 8H and on SNL for years, I can tell you this thing of beauty is a BEAST of a crane. The cameras may have changed over the years but this iconic piece of equipment remains the same as the day Dave rolled it onto the stage.
I think they changed the tires on it once back in the late 80's.
This video brings back a ton of memories. Good to see the stage remains mainly the same as when I left back in 1998.
As Aaron Sorkin once wrote (kinda), it's the Paris Opera House of TV. If you're considering a life in television & have a chance to take the tour... go. The place OOoozes with history.
Amazing to me that the Camera Operators are not mentioned in your article.
Every time I find myself in the same room with or at the same event as one of these artists, I make sure to thank them for their work.
Without trying to spoil it for any numbskull who hasn't seen this show yet, there were amazing individual shots in the series that continually proved how amazing these creators were. The "Walter Pan Reveal" from behind the pillar would be the shot that defines this entire series for me. It was brilliant.