On the plus side, I don’t think anyone will ever again use the term “staycation.”
“Honey, can you get me the dictionary? I gotta know if this guy’s recommending this movie.”
Movies taught me that, when you place a small sentimental item in someone’s hand, you also have to close their hand for them.
Your script should feel like a movie. That’s why, before I write FADE IN:, I include six pages of production company logos.
When another writer is telling you about their latest script deal.
ME: I’ll have the burger.
WAITER: And how do you like your burger?
ME: I don’t know. You haven’t brought it to me yet.
When I tell you I butt-dialed you, I’m not saying it was an accident, I just want you to be impressed.