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The apocrypha interview: Writer/Producer David Black
By Kitteridge
"Three's Company was a brilliant show. And The A-Team, for all of its people used to say it's a cartoon, it's this or that, if you go back and look at the characters, they are extraordinary, they're larger than life.... We forget that our job is to be interesting. And if you're interesting, and you tell a good story, people will watch."
 
A Long Dayís Journey: Well Worth Every Step
By Karen Howard-Joly
"For four hours, Sam Waterston became James Tyrone.... His performance pounded home my belief that the manís true gift lies in live theater. To only see him as Jack McCoy, is to miss three-fourths of the man and his talent."
 
The apocrypha interview: Gaelin
By Korillian
"There is that godlike element associated with writing. Being almighty creator and controller over the lives of a group of people, albeit fictional ones. They do what I say do. They feel what I say feel. They say what I say say. Power is a great feeling."


Last issue, we asked you to write about why you watch Law &Order. Here's one intrepid response!
Why I Watch
By Yanna P.
For next issue, tell us:
What's your favorite episode, and why? 
Answers are due the same time as fiction challenges 
(August 15, 2000) 
and can be no longer than 5,000 words (same as fiction). 
Write us if you have questions!

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