Rewritten Outline For Call Me Kat Spec

COLD OPEN INT. THE MIDDLE C PIANO BAR – DAY Asleep at the bar, KAT snores to the irritation of the other PATRONS. SHEILA coughsincreasingly louder while MAX, RANDI, GIDEON, and DARREN poke her to no avail. But Katstartles awake when CARTER dings a SHOT GLASS. Carter: “Look what our Kat dragged in.”Yawning, Kat spills… Continue reading Rewritten Outline For Call Me Kat Spec

Five Story Springboards For Call Me Kat

Call Me Cold Feet → Kat vs Max, Randi vs Gideon, Sheila & Carter (props) Sheila tells Kat one of her retirement home friends’ daughters is getting married. Randi offers a bridal photoshoot. Randi practices by taking photos of Gideon for his post-Amish-life online dating profile. Gideon wants more humble photos whereas Randi takes it… Continue reading Five Story Springboards For Call Me Kat

A Constellation Of Choices

People can do incredible things. They can think themselves to death and self-heal when on the brink of it. They can feel others’ indescribable pain and overcome their own. People can change the world, even if it is just their own, and that’s all that matters. We are a constellation of choices, choosing our consequences… Continue reading A Constellation Of Choices

A Deal For Thought (Part 15)

“Elizabeth, my heart will go on loving you for the rest of my days, but I’d trade them all up in a heartbeat just to share one more with you,” Buck says softly gazing out into the chilly sea beneath him. ~~~~ “Uh, sorry Captain, I didn’t quite catch that. Is everything alright?” The inquiring… Continue reading A Deal For Thought (Part 15)

Eddie and The Mr. E

Eddie fervently sniffs the ground beneath him with his quivering little nose as he scampers across the damp forest floor pursuing a particular smell. He cannot quite place its significance, but its allure is irresistible. It is almost laced with the nostalgia of freshly-fried beetles, just like his mother used to make. The rain is… Continue reading Eddie and The Mr. E

Long Lost, But Not Forgotten (Part 14)

*We are unavailable to take your call. Please leave a message. Thank you for calling.* BEEEEEEP. Um, hello there. Elizabeth? It’s me. I’m, uh, sorry it took me so long to reach out to you. It must have seemed like ages passed before you got this, since I’ve been gone for so long. I, um,… Continue reading Long Lost, But Not Forgotten (Part 14)

Elizabeth On The Precipice Of Choice (Part 13)

How do you make a life-changing choice? Assuming we are lucky enough to know that it has the capacity of changing our life, that is. Your life can change with just the utterance of 7 words. One sentence. One moment. The gravity of that realization may make you stop and think about where you may… Continue reading Elizabeth On The Precipice Of Choice (Part 13)

Waiting For A Moment (Part 12 – Lost To The Void)

There comes a point in every writer’s life when the mental chatter of their main character just stops. Perhaps the story has been written into a rut, or something has been said that was better left alone. Perhaps a character is faced with options, each one so compelling that it splits them into quarters. Perhaps… Continue reading Waiting For A Moment (Part 12 – Lost To The Void)