"If at first you don’t succeed try, try and try again."

I don't know how to write for television. I mean, I have a general sense of how to format a script, if I'm being generous with myself, and I can imagine sitting around a table with a group of people saying something like "Does it make sense for the Commodore to be in that scene, or does it mess with the timestream?" (or whatever), but I don't really know how to become the sort of person who writes for television, professionally, other than continuing to write for not-television and periodically vibrating very anxiously in the direction of my own TV. This is mostly fine, I think.

Here are, in no particular order, some of the shows I have been working on, without being asked.


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