Professor Zoom wrote:
YEAH, cause it's not like he's got other things that need to get done first, or knew exactly who would be availible to be in the special.
Like what? Making one series in two years?
And if only they had some sort of Casting Director who could ring up people's Agents to find out if they'd be interested in appearing.
Casting Director: Hi, I'm just calling to see if your client would like to appear in the 50th?
Agent: Sure, maybe, can he see the script?
Casting Director: Nope. There isn't one yet.
Agent: What about the story? What's the story? Will my client have a big part?
Casting Director: No story yet. Just seeing who is around and interested.
Agent: Um. Ok. Sure. Why don't you get back to us when there's like... a script or a story?
Casting Director: Will do.
I'm really looking forward to seven months of Moffat fans telling us that David Tennant, Billie Piper and Tom Baker's scarf are all you need to represent 50 years of history.
I'm so glad that your knowledge of TV production isn't getting in the way of your nerd rage.