This is the one thing that really puzzled me about the making of this flick. I think many would agree had this film been given more time to breathe after the show ended we might have have had a more refined version of this flick. It also seems like a mistake that Moore and Braga were working on both the finale and the film script simultaneously (it's truly a miracle that "All Good Things..." turned out as great as it did, more impressive a feature than the actual film). What was behind the decision to work on this so soon after the show? Was it Paramount's idea of trying to strike while the iron was still hot?