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The Sunset Strip
jneuman13:

Just playing with inDesign…
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jneuman13:

Just playing with inDesign…


matt-ismyhero:

My tshirt arrived! Been waiting ages for it. Please excuse the make up free face.
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matt-ismyhero:

My tshirt arrived! Been waiting ages for it. Please excuse the make up free face.


fuckyeah-sarahpaulson:

Yes it’s hard to be a player when at heart you’ve always had a hunch, to bite the hand that feeds you is a scary way of doing lunch. But still when we walk in to this august and famous studio, we’ll be the very model of a modern network TV show!


rekonproductions:

Our Favorite Film/ TV uses of Sound Stages as Sets:

5/10: Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (2006). 

Best Part: We, sort of love, everything that happens on this stage. But if we had to chose one — Allison Janney’s episode, when she hosts and everything goes wrong, is a great series of walk and talks around the sets and stage itself. 

Read our whole list here! 


jneuman13:

Yes, I did have Studio 60 stickers made #Studio60
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jneuman13:

Yes, I did have Studio 60 stickers made #Studio60


lauramaher25:

Studio 60 - Matt and Harriet


neopuff:

a jewish guy calls his mom he says “mom hey! how are you?” mom says “not so great i havent eaten in 38 days” and hes like “whoa mom why havent you eaten in 38 days?” and she says “i didnt want my mouth to be full in case you called!”



paulsonparrilla:

30 days of Sarah Paulson

Day 1: First Sarah movie/series you saw.


theradiodude:

This show deserved a lot longer than it got.  I mean, look at these characters!  Totally real people!  You’ve got Jordan, the business geek entertainment executive, trying to explain why the company needs Danny to cut 15 jobs despite the show being a money-maker for them.  You’ve got Danny, the producer, who, being madly in love with Jordan, is trying to seem cooperative while still patently refusing to cooperate with her as his boss.  And you have Matt, the self-loathing writer, sitting here having to listen to these two argue over money while he’s wallowing in his own ocean of pity over the fact that the show sucked tonight.

Was Studio 60 a “Hollywood show for Hollywood audiences” as many critics accused it of being at the time?  To some extent, sure.  But at the heart of it, it was a character dramedy, and Aaron Sorkin at his finest.  You saw the deeper parts of these people at play within how they interacted with each other, and it was as close to real life as I think any of Sorkin’s writing has ever come.  Because it was personal for him on many levels, between the relationships and the storyline.  It mirrored his own life quite a bit.  It felt real.

The DVR ratings showed that people were watching it, but nobody sold ad time based on DVR ratings back then, so the lousy live-view ratings were what NBC used as an excuse to cancel the show.  Today they’d be BEGGING for those kinds of live-viewing numbers, as low as they were back then.  Today they’d make Studio 60 look like NBC’s flagship drama.  Just another in a long line of mistakes made by the Peacock.


" Jack: You see it as part of your job to screw with my company, don’t you?
Danny: No! I do not. That’s just one of the perks."
The Wrap Party, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. (via jenjeahaly)

The Wrap Party 

  • Jeannie:  How do you feel about Darren?
  • Harriet:  I'm crazy about him, and I'll tell you why.
  • Jeannie:  He's a professional athlete and has the body of one?
  • Harriet:  No. It's because he's the anti-Matt. Darren is the anti-Matt! He's not snide, he's not smug, he's not superior — he goes to church! — he works with his hands…
  • Jeannie:  Well, he's not a rancher. He's a middle-reliever for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
  • Harriet:  I'm saying he is, by and large, unburdened by….what?
  • Jeannie:  Thought?
  • Harriet:  He thinks.
  • Jeannie:  About what?
  • Harriet:  I'm looking forward to discovering that tonight.


30 Days of Sarah Paulson

    ↳ Day 1: First Sarah Movie/Show you saw

                    Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip


Sarah Paulson, Matthew Perry, Bradley Whitford, Amanda Peet Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
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Sarah Paulson, Matthew Perry, Bradley Whitford, Amanda Peet
 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip


" You know what? When George Michael does some guy in a bathroom, or Woody Allen marries his daughter, or a child molester gets an Oscar nomination, it doesn’t really give Hollywood a lot of moral authority on sexual behavior."
Harriet Hayes, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (via foreverfoxxay)