This week, Rob give his notes on network notes. Some writers consider them the bane of their existence. Others carefully parse them like a detective at a crime scene for subtle clues that may (or may not) signal whether their script will move towards production. But what if your script receives the unusual but occasional “we have no notes” response? Well, that’s the dream, right? Rob explains why it may indeed mean you have turned in the perfect draft that answers all of the network’s questions and fears and your pilot is now on the fast track to the Production Promised Land. Or it may mean something more ominous….

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  1. Stad Coolidge
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    @roblong, I can’t tell you how much I love this podcast.  I find your insights into how Hollywood works fascinating, so please don’t stop!

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  2. jmelvin Member
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    @roblong, @stad is spot on here.  These podcasts are great and not only an interesting insight into how Hollywood works, but also seeing how you’ve managed getting through scenarios where you get egg on your face and keep moving through.  Thanks for sharing them with us!

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