Ten Seconds To Air

Creator: Tom S. Parker
Age rating: Everyone
It's 1951, the wild free-wheeling days of early TV -- and Wisconsin farm boy Stuart Greenquist comes to Hollywood to write for the popular SciFi TV show "Star Patrol."

Latest Work

  • Mini-bible 1
    03/03/14
    Creative Notes:
    This show bible describes the world of television production of the early 1950s, the era when the show takes place. There are character bios of all the major players plus synopses of six future episodes.
    Concept:
    It's 1951, the wild free-wheeling days of early TV -- and Wisconsin farm boy Stuart Greenquist comes to Hollywood to write for the popular SciFi TV show "Star Patrol."
  • Pilot Script 4
    12/28/15
    Creative Notes:
    Dialog changes, scene tightening.
    Logline:
    In the pilot episode, Stuart comes to Hollywood believing he has a writing job sewn up. But Churchill Tobin, the mercurial producer, demands that Stuart write an all new script in three days to prove his chops. If he fails, it's back to the dairy farm for Stuart.

All Work

  • Pilot Script 3 - Episode 2 - Molemen Attack!
    05/24/14
    Creative Notes:
    Episode #2 fleshes out the supporting characters of the "Star Patrol" show and delves into the continuing mystery of the former writer's suicide.
    Logline:
    Stuart investigates the the death of the former writer of "Star Patrol," learning that producer Churchill Tobin may be implicated.
  • Pilot Script 2 - Stuart Comes To Hollywood - revised version
    05/24/14
    Creative Notes:
    Trims, sharpened the dialog, refined characters.
    Logline:
    In the pilot episode, Stuart comes to Hollywood believing he has a writing job sewn up. But Churchill Tobin, the mercurial producer, demands that Stuart write an all new script in three days to prove his chops. If he fails, it's back to the dairy farm for Stuart.
  • Pilot Script 1 - Stuart Comes To Hollywood
    11/02/13
    Logline:
    In the pilot episode, Stuart comes to Hollywood believing he has a writing job sewn up. But Churchill Tobin, the mercurial producer, demands that Stuart write an all new script in three days to prove his chops. If he fails, it's back to the dairy farm for Stuart.