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Alex and Nick bust ten common myths about the craft of television writing, from pilot ideas and script feedback, to first drafts and episode content.
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Feedback and Notes: Building Your Reading Onion (PT08)
TV Pilot 301: Scope, Beginnings, and Ends (PT184)
TV Prose 201: Breaking Rules (PT156)
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