Let's reminisce about your first time. No...not that first time, we're talking about the very first time you actually wrote a script and said to yourself: "It's done, finito, I can't/won't work on this any longer,..." We "finished" our first screenplay when we were around 17. It's a comedy feature called "The Squad" and is currently resting comfortably inside one of our desks. That goes for the the pen-written one as the Final Draft PDF & printed version. Why are we not releasing or shooting it, you may wonder? While we consider it "finished", we know our writing at that time wasn't ready or mature enough to even consider releasing it out in the open without a major overhaul. It's something we've often thought about doing, but so far haven't gotten to it. So what did "The Squad" do for us if it's just sitting in our desk? It certainly gave us the drive and motivation to do better because while we thought the world of it when it was just finished, it certainly wouldn't win a beauty contest. It was proof that we could focus on a storyline and do the research to follow up on it. We actually did end up writing another feature with the same name which was an evolution of the original story, so we don't think it's entirely gone. So...let's talk/discuss our first "babies".