Posted by Kashima on December 02, 2003
Would someone please help me with the following statement that I have heard in a DVD commentary? I'm having some trouble with the latter part.:The script writer of a TV drama says:
"What's fun about this episode is that there's too much happening and too much story (twists and turns). Usually in TV, you are trying to figure out anything that's vaguely dramatic in an episode because there's so many stories in a given day that you can come up with."
Does this mean that "Usually in TV, there aren't so many dramatic events happening, even if the writer could come up with so many stories."Or is it the opposite meaning?