Guest Host: Wil Shriner
Wil is an a award-winning television director with numerous episodes of Frasier (1993), Becker (1998), Everybody Loves Raymond (1996), and Gilmore Girls (2000) under his belt.
He is a nationally known comedian with over 50 appearances with Jay Leno, David Letterman, Johnny Carson and more.
His corporate track record with Microsoft and Bill Gates continues to grow with a host of projects for an array of technology- and consumer-oriented electronic companies.
As an actor, he has over a dozen films to his credit including the Academy Award-nominated film Peggy Sue Got Married (1986), in which he co-starred with Joan Allen, and that was directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
Wil Shriner wrote the screenplay and directed the feature film Hoot (2006), based on the Newbury Honor-noted Carl Hiaasen book from New Line Cinema and Walden Media.
Tanya and Mel walk away from the Trans Global hangar, toward the MelMobile.
“I’m too keyed up to sleep,” says Mel. “What about some breakfast?”
“Sounds like a good idea,” says Tanya. “Where should we go?”
Mel stands between Tanya and the MelMobile. “Your apartment?” asks Mel.
Tanya looks at Mel, surprised.
“Well,” says Mel. “You’ve been bragging about your scrambled eggs. It’s time I find out just how good they are.”
An airport worker runs up behind Tanya.
“Mister Bakersfield!” shouts the airport worker, “Maintenance just called. The big snowblowers got damaged. Mike wants you to take a look and make a decision whether to work overtime to repair them.”
“Tell him to take care of it himself,” says Mel, shutting Tanya’s car door.
“Yes, sir,” says the airport worker. Mel walks around to the driver’s side of the MelMobile, climbs in, and starts the car. The MelMobile fishtails out to the taxiway as several airliners make use of the now-active Runway Two-Niner. The theme music rises as the end titles begin.
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Burt Lancaster as Mel Bakersfeld
Jean Seberg as Tanya Livingston
Unknown as Airport Worker