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1996-06-25 00:00:00 - Slider's Address???? - (skipster@iag.net)


I am and have been a Slider's Fan from the start... I've only missed 3 episodes of the show since it aired, all due to VCR outage.... I am also a scriptwriter, who has decided to submit a script to Mr. Torme and company, through my agent... Question: Where do we send the script, or to whom do we submit it? Can I obtain the latest writer's bible for the 3rd season? I had already decided, before I heard that Slider's was being renewed, I would write an episode for the show, if FOX picked it up for another season... Needless to say, I've been a busy, happy little camper for the last few weeks. Skip Brown

1996-06-25 00:00:00 - Re: Slider's Address???? - (Not who you think <I'm@my.home>)


Fred Read wrote: > > I was under the impression that Tracey Torme was female (I could > be wrong, it has happened before). If this is the case, she most > probably wouldn't appreciate being referred to as Mr Torme... > No I think he is a he. And thus would prefer to be referred to as Mr. Torme. Joe

1996-06-25 00:00:00 - Re: Slider's Address???? - (Fred Read <Fred@foxhouse.demon.co.uk>)


In article <4qod05$c35@news.iag.net> skipster@iag.net writes: > ... > I am also a scriptwriter, who has decided to submit a script to > Mr. Torme and company, through my agent... ^^ I was under the impression that Tracey Torme was female (I could be wrong, it has happened before). If this is the case, she most probably wouldn't appreciate being referred to as Mr Torme... Good luck, as long as it's better than (in my opinion) the worst episode to date - "The Young & The Relentless" - it should be in with a chance! -- Fred Read How many people do *you* know with a C function named after them ?

1996-06-25 00:00:00 - Re: Slider's Address???? - ("Walt Kawalec", III)


> > I am also a scriptwriter, who has decided to submit a script to > Mr. Torme and company, through my agent... > > Question: Where do we send the script, or to whom do we submit it? > Can I obtain the latest writer's bible for the 3rd season? > Just my opinion, but if your agent can't get these things for you, it's time to get a new agent... ************************************************************ * | * * Walter F. Kawalec, III | "Common knowledge is often * * | too much of the former, & * * E-mail: wakst9@pitt.edu | not enough of the latter" * * | * ************************************************************ * * * "Prejudice is foolish when you can hate people on merit" * * * ************************************************************ * * * "Failure to conform is usually more dispositive than * * adherence to custom" * * * ************************************************************

1996-06-25 00:00:00 - Re: Slider's Address???? - (gharlane@ccshp1.ccs.csus.edu)


In <4qod05$c35@news.iag.net> skipster@iag.net writes: > I am and have been a Slider's Fan from the start... > I've only missed 3 episodes of the show since it aired, > all due to VCR outage.... > > I am also a scriptwriter, who has decided to submit a script to > Mr. Torme and company, through my agent... > > Question: Where do we send the script, or to whom do we submit it? > Can I obtain the latest writer's bible for the 3rd season? > > I had already decided, before I heard that Slider's was being renewed, > I would write an episode for the show, if FOX picked it up for another > season... Needless to say, I've been a busy, happy little camper for > the last few weeks. > If you plan to earn a living as a writer someday, it would behoove you to learn the difference between a plural noun and a singular possessive. (Or possibly a verb contraction; who knows...) It's hard to take a "writer" seriously when that writer consistently makes errors of this nature.

1996-07-01 00:00:00 - Re: Slider's Address???? - (gharlane@ccshp1.ccs.csus.edu)


Fred Read wrote: > > I was under the impression that Tracey Torme was female (I could > be wrong, it has happened before). If this is the case, she most > probably wouldn't appreciate being referred to as Mr Torme... > In <31D06B4B.5EE3@my.home> Not who you think <I'm@my.home> writes: > > No I think he is a he. And thus would prefer to be referred to as > Mr. Torme. > "Mister" is directly derived from "Master," from the Latin "Magister," meaning "master" or "teacher." Do you really want to grant that much clout to the effable Torme, whatever his, her, its, or their, chromosom structure? *grin*