Monday, June 30, 2008

Robson Arms has left the building.

Tonight the final episode of the series airs.
It's been an amazing experience.

Susin Nielsen and I have been talking like a couple of parents worrying over their kids.
We're pretty happy, although all the characters' lives are up in the air our feeling is: everybody's gonna be okay.

Is it weird to worry about the fates of fictional characters that we create?

Absolutely, yes.

Last one out turn off the lights.

4 comments:

maggie said...

"Is it weird to worry about the fates of fictional characters that we create"?

I'm not a writer but as a veiwer,I second your motion, "YES".

I know that tonite is the final episode for the season and I will defintely be watching it. The show has come a long way since its first baby steps.........
Dancing the Horizontal Mambo, June 17, 2005.

This is a Canadian show that Canada should be proud of. The writing and the actors make some of those American shows look pathetic. Not to knock other Canadian shows but they also pale in comparison with their content.
Especially the wannabe crime ones!

I wish you well, have a great summer and I look forward to the fourth season.

Maggie

Diane Kristine said...

So sorry to see it go but it was a lovely ending despite the up in the airness, and a great run while it lasted. I look forward to the next projects of everyone involved.

Dave said...

Hey there,

Thanks for the nice comments. I gotta say that I think Canadian television in general is getting better and better.

And I can't wait to see what's next from everybody involved either! I've had the fortune of seeing what several people from the show are trying to develop and I'm very excited!

Thanks for watching.

dave s said...

hey dave.

as you know, i'm sorry about the ending of 'robson', but like you say, it's going to be interesting to see what all you robson offspring do next. now get out there and continue to make interesting television!