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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by Daniel Kikin, Aug 9, 2005.
Yes...I only caught the tail end of it but he's a decent actor.
Keith Famie had a show on Food Network for a while.
He was on a couple of episodes I think. He was a cast member on Joey's show Deep Powder.
Yup. I'm still taking the million bucks and giving up the guest appearances on the history channel and food network.
Colby also has a small part in Red Eye.
As you can see, he didn't really tell much, but at the same time told a lot more than you'll read in tv guide.
Caught the tail end of it...for once I'm intrigued to see the car episode.
I am. Drop me an email.
So do you happen to know any spoilers?
Chalk it up to me reading it the day before and forgetting it was there or just not seeing it at all. BTW, did you hear the Colby was in Red Eye?
No, Not at all Of course if I told you, I'd have to kill you. Company policy.
Nah, I would have just averted my eyes while copying the spoilers and becoming a hero on the Survivor Sucks board. Did you work on the entire season or just some episodes?
Judd's happy to no longer be swimming in "men-tosterone". I was sad to see Brooke go because she had a [start Pacino voice]great ass![end Pacino voice] But here's a tip for future Survivor participants - don't be passive unless you are old. If you are young and healthy then you have to WORK. Brad
I am currently working on the show and will be the dialog editor for the whole season. Although I work on several shows, Survivor is one of the only ones that credits the sound editors on screen (or at least the used to)-- so I figured it would be nice to have a capture of one of the few screen credits I get. -V
To paraphrase one of my favorite Survivor quotes: Stupid Judd; Stupid, Stupid Judd! Get him out of my TV set!
Why is Judd stupid? I missed the first 40 minutes of the show and only caught it towards the end of the immunity challenge. It looks like there was some tribe member shuffling?
So Vince can you at least say what episode you've seen up to.. without giving details
I'm looking at my ATI All in Wonder captured record off Global, (I've found they show the credits as 'intended' and not re-printed through CBS text) and under sound editors I do see a Vincent Tennant along with a Mark Jasper. Pseudonym perhaps? I know it's probably outside your domain, but one thing I've always found interesting is how the tribal council music is always so perfectly synced up with the beats of voting, and vote revealing. I doubt it's re-recorded every time and so is it the sound guy's job to sync the music up beat by beat to match the events?
Actually every higher level show like Survivor or Apprentice has a composer who creates a whole hours worth of music for each episode. Granted, much of it might be taken from elements they had in the works for a while or from variations on a theme that is used each week, but Survivor has a very talented composer and music editor (actually the same team does Apprentice as well, the composers name is David Vanacore). Now, one thing to note: I'm not sure about what beats you're referring to in the music, but most reality program music have a stock of what's called 'hits'--- those big echoy drums and cymbal scrapes they kind of throw in for dramatic impact that are added to embellish an existing piece of music (you see this a lot on the Apprentice in the boardroom sequences as well). So the music is running along and when a character says something dramatic and the camera holds on them, the composer can drop in a big impactual "duh-duh" sound. Also, from time to time, you'll find that the picture editors use the theme music bed when they cut the scene, so they actually construct the picture cuts to flow with the reoccuring music. But I think in the case of Survivor, you're probably hearing a well written and editing piece of score, with some music hits added that gives an excellent sweetening to the dramatic story.
If you were in charge of putting in the drum beats when Judd wrote his vote, you're awesome. If not you're probably still awesome but I thought it was a nice touch