Sunday, May 29, 2016

Wayward Pines Episode 208

It's official! Episode one of season two of Wayward Pines has officially aired. (May 25th at 9 p.m. on Fox.)
I actually had a chance to watch, and I quite liked it.

Even though episode 1 has aired, we are still hard at work, this week filming episode 8. The gang was all here at our studio in South Burnaby for the start of the week.

The second day of the week found us back at Riverview Hospital, this time at the iconic Crease clinic.
and then I found myself down in the "tunnels" below the clinic. Still creepy even with other people around.

I cannot even envision what these were used for in the day.

At least the catering isn't creepy, actually quite good.
Today, three of the stars ( Tom Stevens, Christopher Meyer and Kacey Rohl) surprised the show runner Mark Freidman with a cake to honour the airing of the first episode.

Omg! Part of my duties may include a Starbucks run. Today it included a quad espresso with 8 shots for the director! Yikes!

Speaking of Starbucks, I found a new one down at the north end of Burrard in Vancouver. A new place to hang out before my exec or cast pick-up in the mornings. This is the fourth one in a one block radius I have discovered.
Back in the Coquitlam neighbourhood that serves as Wayward Pines. I did not feel too guilty as I watched the action in my side mirror in the dry comfort of my Ford Flex on this rainy, rainy day.

even the Canada Post mail boxes have been adorned with the Wayward Pines logo.

The grip brothers supplied some much needed rain cover for the exterior scenes.
Ha! I can also see our number one, Jason Patric, pleading his case to a Wayward Pines soldier in one of the episode 208 scenes.

It is an idyllic neighbourhood, that's for sure.

The boys flexing their muscles. My rig on the left, with the oh too cool Rob and Craig flanking on the right.
In my side mirror, do we really need police lock-up on the quietest streets I have ever been on?

and there is a little park with a little pond, it is quite the perfect neighbourhood.

except for the bears. There were three spotted today, two blacks and one cinnamon. In my side mirror I spotted the conservation officers arriving with a live bear trap.
The number one story in Vancouver right now, the high high real estate prices.

People are desparate enough to camp out overnight! I have personally been to open houses that turn into a circus with desperate people just trying to find a place to live.

replace Toronto with Vancouver
some friends posted on Facebook the 4 year anniversary since we did the 25th anniversary Rick Hansen tour across Canada. (I'm in that pic somewhere)

not in a gazillion years web pic
what's the word? oh ya, redonkoulous!
repeat redonkoulous
well someone is marching to beat of their own drum!
That's what she said. (sorry)

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