Arrested Development

Studio Rejects: Arrested Development - The Queen Mary

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Hey guys, I'm really excited for this week's show. At least three years ago, Bobby and I wrote a spec script of Arrested Development as a way to show both our writing ability and our ability to match the "voice," of any show. While spec scripts are really common among aspiring writers, they are, essentially, fan fiction, and that is especially true for us, as we're both pretty rabid fans of this show. We tried to write an episode that could kind of/sort of take place after the end of the third season, but the way the show ends changes almost everything, so just try to push the continuity issues aside and enjoy this weird, funny script. And our bad acting. I still think we did a pretty damn good job. Anyway, click here to listen to Arrested Development - The Queen Mary!

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Enjoy Season 4 of Arrested Development, coming this Sunday! I can't wait.

A brand new long-form movie begins next week!

Will and Bobby Wrote Something Part Three.Five

Click here to start back at Part One! Today they finally announced an actual release date for the fourth season of Arrested Development. It's officially going to be released on May 26th, all 15 episodes of it at once. I can't wait.

Some of you might have seen or heard references Bobby and I have made about the Arrested Development script we wrote, and I feel like there's no better time to put it online than now.

Somewhere around the time of the death of The Dead Don't Walk and the beginning of Edinburgh falls, Bobby and I decided that we should probably get around to writing a spec script. A spec script is basically just any script that you write, but for aspiring writers, it's usually a good idea for young unknown writers to pick an existing show, and write an episode for it. Basically it will display your versatility and show that you can emulate a style and find the voice of the characters. Because Bobby and I are idiots, we decided to write an episode of Arrested Development, knowing full well how insanely complex it is. We decided it would take place vaguely after the end of the third season.

All you need to know is that we are supposing that they held on to their company and that Lucille is out of jail. Other than that, I think you're good to go. So without any further ado, here's

Arrested Development: The Queen Mary

(EDIT: We've since recorded this script as a  radio play of sorts for our podcast Studio Rejects! You can listen to it HERE!)

After passing the script around a bit, one of the notes we received was "great script, but you probably should have written an episode of a show that still exists." I don't see what the difference is, but whatever: the show exists again. Get at us, Hollywood!

Thanks for reading guys! If you want to continue on to Part Four, click here!

More Will and Bobby Wrote Something whenever I decide to do it again!

WBKE - Episode 9: Pop Culture

READ THIS BEFORE LISTENING: On Will and Bobby Know Everything this week, we get into some strange subject matter. Subject matter that might offend some, and will definitely disappoint others. So because of that, here's what I want to put out there: Don't judge me in real life for statements I make in the podcast this week.

I'm very proud of this episode. As a matter of fact, I had a blast recording it, I think it's hilarious, and I'm happily putting it online, but there are some odd jokes in the episode this week that I feel will make me seem crude. And maybe I am, but I don't want to hear anything about how I have a childish sense of humor or anything. It's all in good fun. It's all lighthearted and goofy, so get out of your head, don't take anything you hear seriously, and enjoy the show!

Anyway, this week Bobby and I welcome our buddy Frank onto the show to discuss pop culture. It very quickly turns into a conversation about what we hate about pop culture.

Most importantly, Frank discusses his attempts at performing magic, and also brings a couple of fun games to the table!

We also all go out of our minds, it's so good.

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Episode 10 next week!