Behind The Scenes of PorterGirl

This is how the dashing Paul Butterworth and I plan our projects. Expect some bad language, references to suspect practices and general nonsense. But don’t worry – we do keep our clothes on.

 

71 thoughts on “Behind The Scenes of PorterGirl

  1. #1 – I thought only Americans couldn’t tell one British accent from another.

    #2 – I could tell you were trying to hide your concern, and I’m fairly certain I understand why. Though it pains me to say so, I simply must speak out in support of what you are creating in the PorterGirl Series. I, too, am starting to see signs that Paul might be getting a bit of the big head, now that he is approaching internet fame for his role as Head Porter.

    We see this in L.A. all the time. A lot of actors go crazy when they get their first really big break. It’s never pretty and it rarely ends well. As his friend, try to explain reality to him, as firmly as you must: if he turns into a diva you will have no choice but to kill him off to recast.

    Friends don’t let friends live in regret for silly ego-driven mistakes. Stop it while you still can. (Do it quick, before the tabloids pick up on it, his agent gives up on him, and nobody else will hire him).

    I’d hate to see one more promising career crash and burn, with nothing left for dear Paul in his twilight years tattered theatre programs, Masterpiece Theatre reruns and whatever consolation he might find at the bottom of a bottle (or worse) — hoping to obliterate the remorse of knowing that he might have been a real contender.

    Don’t go easy on him about sharing responsibility for his own prop continuity and the importance of memorizing even the big words, Lucy — you simply must turn him around before it’s too late and he ends up with no alternative but to hide behind the walls of whatever rehab facility his soon to be famous film director son will be able to afford.

    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

    1. Haha! Fear not, I shall keep a tight reign on the talented Mr Butterworth – I am not averse to killing off characters that become too ‘difficult’ 😉 He may find himself sadly short of a script if he carries on with his demands. PG is a humble and grateful thing, we do not expect special treatment here. Don’t worry Madelyn – I shall bring him back down to my level!
      xx

    2. lol – I knew we could count on PG to keep the upstarts in line. Gently, however. Paul is such a cutie we’d all hate to see him shut down entirely. 🙂
      xx,
      mgh

    3. He is tougher than he looks. He needs to be, working with me, poor chap! 😀
      xx

    4. I’d love to be a fly on the wall during some of your creative sessions together. I’ll bet it is wonderful fun. xx, mgh

    5. It is a great laugh and we have an awful lot of fun with our projects. Don’t get me wrong, there are stern words at times – but we are both very single-minded when it comes to producing a great product. I wish you could be there too!
      xx

  2. Fun! Surreal to see this on video versus your postings! Love this!

    1. It is certainly a bit different! So pleased you enjoyed it 🙂

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