On a lighter note, agent Robbins said he got my Seinfeld script and was passing it along to someone at the production comedy. So I noted on March 30, 1993. My next entry wouldn’t be until July 12, 1993.
I ran through some bullet points, No word from agent Robbins about the Seinfeld spec. Or the second script I sent him. It’s so weird re-reading the journal, I don’t remember having this long of a relationship with Robbins.
Other agent Vanessa Howle called again. She’s hooked up with another agency and wants to know if I’m still looking for representation. She wanted to rework my script “Ghostwriter” with an eye toward “the 3-act format” (what did she think it was??)
It wasn’t until here I mention the aftermath of the WGAE dinner, which I wrote up here.
Kevin the producer called, just to stay in touch. Still flogging “Kringle Project” around and then he pitched me the idea of re-doing “Little Devil” (my horror-comedy) for Madonna and Rosie O’Donnell (hot off of “A League of Their Own”).
And I got on the internet. The WGA set up a BBS and I was logging in via work (since I only had an Atari word processor at home). I called it a “whine line” since it was mostly the West Coast people logging on, to complain about stuff, and only a few in total at that.