Ultimately, a script was written in which Applegate, Arnett and Rudolph played actors portraying the characters Reagan, Chris and Ava on a fictional show called Up All Night. Off the show-within-a-show, Arnett’s character would live at home with his mother, and Applegate’s would be dating. Rudolph’s real-life pregnancy was being written into the storyline — and included a “who’s the daddy?” twist.
A few hours ago, I landed in Los Angeles, turned on my phone, and confirmed what you already know. Sony Pictures Television is replacing me as showrunner on Community, with two seasoned fellows that I’m sure are quite nice - actually, I have it on good authority they’re…
Very promising pilot if a little disjointed. Once they figure out the workplace element and how to make Maya Rudolph’s character more than an amusing sideshow they could really have something. There’s a lot of talent at play here, from the cast to the creator to the production team (Lorne Michael’s name is on it), but the pilot may have fallen victim to too much studio and network meddling. There’s enough good to remain cautiously optimistic.
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