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This week onBlueprints,Jorge Molina takes a drive to the pride of the inland empire to talk about musical numbers in screenplays,only two hours from the beach.

Fundamentally,scripts serve as a blueprint for what has to appear on screen,hence the name of this series.A blueprint that some people choose to follow more closely than others.However,there are instances where following a script meticulously is vital not only for the benefit of the story,but for the costs and efficiency of an entire production.There are times when a script is a literal choreographed dance,gigantic pretzel and all.

So let's take a look into the idyllic suburban fantasy of the The CW'sCrazy Ex-Girlfriend,where if every location,note,and twirl hadn't been precisely mentioned in the script,there may have never been a show...


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