Unless you've been in one, the language that gets thrown around a writer's room is quite different from our everyday vocabulary. Every industry has a language, and TV writing is no different.
When I was in the newsroom, for example, terms like package and vosot and stand up were commonplace. But if I were to walk out the door and say to someone, "Hey, I'll be right with you. I have to drop my package, record a quick vosot, and meet my photographer to shoot a stand up," they would look at me cross-eyed.
On this beautiful Saturday, I wanted to post an article and have a little fun with it. So take a peek at the article below to learn the lingo in the Simpsons writing room, among others. And then share some more lingo in the comments that you may have heard on set!
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