Hello and Welcome to the DeconScripted podcast!
One of us is Molly and one of us is Liz. We are writers who love writing and TV! In this podcast we deconstruct our favorite TV pilots - talk about the first five pages, the characters, the A and B plots and fun show trivia. Follow along with us as we learn from the best scripts and do our own writing exercises. Our first episode will be released March 1st. Happy TV watching, fellow nerds!
United States
20 episodes
since Feb. 11, 2017


In this episode Liz and Molly deconstruct the pilot episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia!  How did the show springboard from a $100 proof of concept into a $400,000 pilot?  Why was Jordan Reid (the sole female contributor to the show's conception) ultimately fired from the production?  How and why did Mac purposefully gain 50lbs for season 7? Listen to find out. Find Deconscripted on facebook and follow Liz Thompson on twitter @HowtoLiz and Molly Miller @MoollyMiller.  Also email us at [email protected]  We love gettin notes and pictures of goats and creepy poems so send em on over! This is OFFICIALLY the last DeconScripted before our holiday hiatus.  I know, I know, I said that last time but this time I MEAN IT!  So happy Thanksgiving to you all and have a lovely Festivus.  Bless you, writing nerds!  Ta Ta!
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