Saturday morning, 5 am. Wrapped.
The writers' board on the last day:
Two-part season finale, 225 scenes*, 100 pages shot in 14 days over roughly eight multi-set locations. The season finale is ... biggish.
Yes, that is Mark Sheppard yelling at a couple hundred extras outside an art gallery we built from the ground up in Pasadena. Because that's how we Rolo.
Once I'm through all 2000+ emails in the mailbox and my bodyclock jams back (night shoots, bloody hell), we're back to normal. Thanks to all the subscribers and readers who put up with the brown-out. Hopefully soon I'll be adding a new contributor or two here to keep volume up on the whole new media/geek culture conversation.
And, for the record, since it's popping up on IMDB anyway, and people are getting it wrong -- the first episodes before the New Year break are:
"The Nigerian Job"
"The Homecoming Job"
"The Two Horse Job"
"The Miracle Job."
* That sound you hear is every television 1st AD in Hollywood throwing up in their mouth at those numbers. Our 1st, Paul Bernard, is a god among men.