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Episode 8: Nerdist Writers Panel
Amy Berg, Ben Edlund &…
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Nerdist Writers Panel #8: Amy Berg, Ben Edlund & Angelina Burnett

Amy Berg (Eureka); Ben Edlund (The Tick; Angel; Supernatural); Angelina Burnett (Boss; Memphis Beat). Recorded June 12, 2011.

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Comments

  1. jsd says:

    This was probably the best one yet. Ben Edlund is hysterical. Someone get him a full time podcasting gig. I could just listen to him ramble on… and apparently so could Amy! (“Please… keep talking!”)

  2. Tausif Khan says:

    *Is there anyway you could introduce or have the people themselves introduce themselves…

  3. Tausif Khan says:

    I had trouble distinguishing Amy Berg and Angelina Burnett. Is there anyway you could introduce or have the people themselves the first few times they make a comment?

    Also I would like to hear a panel with all television executives. I want to hear about what they look for in a writer and why they think writers think their notes are so wacky.

  4. EWSentinel says:

    I really enjoyed this panel and everyone was SO funny. They talked a 1000 miles per hour, and that’s a good thing. 🙂

  5. Christine says:

    What a fantastic panel! My favorite writers colliding in one podcast – it’s just happiness in my ears.

  6. cassi says:

    Amy Burnett is hilarious! 😀 I could listen to Ben Edlund all day…

  7. RRPennell says:

    Great Panel! Came for the Ben and was pleased to find everybody a personable fountain of information. The only bad part is how sad it is to hear Amy Berg talk about how happy she is to work on “Eureka” back in June and finding out it’s JUST BEEN CANCELLED in August! Ah well, good luck to her…and thanks for the podcast, everybody involved!