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According to Director's Guild rules, only one director can be credited on a project, with "few exceptions" made for "bona fide teams," which a post on the DGA website defines as teams who "learned how to direct together, by actually doing it, and have, therefore, demonstrated that they perform the director's duties as if they were actually one director.
Wauchope and Specter, whose credits as a writing duo also includes "Cougar Town" and "One Tree Hill," directed their first episode of television with Friday's episode of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Wauchope continued, "we were told our 'body of work' was not great enough and when asked why we hadn't directed more our answer was: We had children. And full time writing jobs.
A career which we fought for after being let go for sexual harassment and pregnancy. Would it have hurt their union to allow two hardworking females to create together? Furthermore, we were told our "body of work" was not great enough and when asked why we hadn't directed more our answer was: We had children. The DGA had the chance to do the right thing here and put their money where their mouth is.
Also, the fact should not ever be let go that the people who hired us and spoke to the DGA on our behalf A thank you to our bosses alinebmckenna Racheldoesstuff and CBS exec notyourpalley. Read this thread. DGA, get your act together. Trying to help these ladies get properly credited was distressing and confusing. It kills me that the credit is incorrect. Rachel and Audrey directed together, every step of the way. The slutty pumpkin is a stand-out episode of Halloween-themed television, not only because of its adherence to the holiday, but because it became a piece of "HIMYM" lore, referenced throughout the sitcom's nine seasons and even inspiring a later Halloween episode titled "The Slutty Pumpkin Returns.
Who can forget Chandler's pink bunny costume a la "A Christmas Story"? And, yeah, Sean Penn was in this episode, too. All these things plus Rachel freaking out about her maternal instincts puts this episode in the Halloween history books. Of all of BK99's Halloween-themed episodes, an office poll brought the third incarnation to the top.
In the 99th precinct's third annual Halloween Heist, the teams shake things up by looking for the same object for bragging rights and the title of Amazing Detective Slash Genius. Though "The Office" has several Halloween-themed episodes throughout its nine seasons, the fifth episode of Season 2 was the first and remains a standout.
Michael has to choose one person to lay off, and Jim and Pam try to get Dwight hired somewhere else. A zombie outbreak set to an endless loop of ABBA's greatest hits is all we need to say about this one. Things got really scary for the boys at Paddy's Pub when they found out Dee was pregnant -- and suspect one of them could be the father.
Before getting deep into its dark Season 2 storyline, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" aired what is arguably the best of the series' three Halloween-centric episodes, simply titled "Halloween. This included Buffy, Xander and Willow, who became a Victorian noblewoman, army sergeant and ghost, respectively. Don't worry, Giles, Cordelia and Angel found a way to work it all out in the end. Late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin also shows up. It's an unforgettable night.
Barry Bostwick and Meat Loaf, both in the original movie musical, also make cameo appearances. While this episode didn't air around Halloween, the homage to slasher films is good enough for us to allow it to make the list. Also, that janitor is plenty spooky enough for Halloween. It's Friday the 13th, and while Dawson is busy playing practical jokes on everyone, a serial killer is headed to Capeside. Let's just say things get creepy in the episode, which is a spin on Wes Craven's "Scream. This was the first Halloween-themed episode for the ABC sitcom back inand kicked off an annual tradition for the series.
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