>How much influence do you have when others write the occasional B5 episode?
>am particularly curious about the Kosh scenes. Do you write up a thorough
>outlines and assign them out, or are the writers give the guidelines and told
>to think something up?
Kosh often tended to get revised in-house to make him consistent, mysterious
rather than a fortune-cookie, which often happened.
Writers got variously verbal notes, a page or two, or in some cases, several
pages of notes/outline material on an episode. But a script is very long, so
they had to come up with a lot to fill in the gaps.
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