Thursday, January 20, 2005


FIRST PITCH OF SEASON THREE. Today is the first storyboard pitch of a Season Three episode (not including the amazingly exciting one hour special). It's tentatively titled "There's No Place Like Home School" and I'll let you guess what it's about. Above is a single drawing from the hundreds in the rough storyboard, the first stage in the pitching process. Posted by Hello

13 comments:

crashfourit said...

Well, I have an idea for season 3. A freek accident in Dr. Wakemans lab makes Brad a metahuman with electostatic powers. The interactions between Brad with is new powers and Jenny could be ectreemly funny.

Anonymous said...

XD I can already tell that episode will be funny! And a special that's a full hour long?? WOW! That's just awesome! Jeez, as if just waiting for Monday to come along weren't suspenseful enough!

Kevin said...

I don't believe it! I can tell that episode will be really cool!

Kevin said...

I don't believe it! I can tell that episode will be really cool!

Anonymous said...

Are you SURE yo can't use some story Ideas?

I and several others have a LOT of good ones? We would gladly send them to you and not even ask for credit!--- at least not for the first ones.

C,mon, that is the ultimate fan service. What do you say, how about a contest for one episode of the third season?

Anonymous said...

Don't get your hopes up, anonymous person above me.

XJWriter said...

Sorry folks. We can't accept any unsolicited story ideas. Legally that would get us in a lot of trouble. I'm sure there are fan sites out there that would post some fan fiction though, so if you're desperate to pen your own Jenny adventures, that might be a good outlet for you. Thanks for liking these characters as much as we do!

Anonymous said...

Me Again!

I appreciate the reply but you are missing my point!

If You have a Contest, you ARE Soliciting Ideas!!

Or I can go Pro. How do I get an agent?

Where do I sign up?

I have some really good ideas for episodes.

you can reach me at:

dreamerx@earthlink.net

Dusty

Glen Bosiwang said...

Hmmm. I dunno if the whole situation's legal or not, Anonymous Above Me, but as long as you know how to write GOOD STORIES, that really counts! If you just write something that's completely out of the cartoon's context or anything unoriginal or whatever silly stuff you make up, kids will have some hard time accepting the huge changes (including us adults who have some hard time accepting the so-called 'jump the shark' experience!) Anyway, writing is equally challenging to animating, designing and making stuff so it really requires patience, good logical sense and some bits of original humor! And of course, knowing the nature of any cartoon will be pretty advantageous too! That's my advice to you, Anonymous Above Me so no offense intended!

-Glen!

tyde45 said...

I really think that this is going nowhere. No matter what, I would like some of MY ideas to be episodes, but no matter what, the ideas will not be excepted because I don't work for them. Do you get the point now?

Anonymous said...

It's not a matter of "working for them" as much as it is not being represented by an agent - which is, generally speaking, the only way a studio (live action or animation) will accept a contribution - and even then, studios don't often take unsolicited contributions.

David Gerrold talked about this way back when, in his book about the writing of "The Trouble With Tribbles" - there are just too many legal problems, not the least of which is the fact that we live in a litigious society and there are a lot of people who don't realize that ideas are not unique and who will sue a studio or an author if there's anything even remotely close to what they submitted.

That's why studios won't even open the envelope.

One's odds are probably better waiting to be discovered by a talent agent sitting in a Hollywood drug store.

Too bad, but that's the way it has to be, especially nowadays.

Anonymous said...

Now this is funny ;)

DanMat6288 said...

"It all started with a HUGE EXPLOSION!!!"