Great article in The AV Club.
THANKS TO CAST, CREW, STAFF AND FANS FOR A GREAT SECOND SEASON!
Director Scott Vincent watches not one but two monitors at the same time!
Scott, EP’s Vernon Chatman and Alyson Levy, and Script Supervisor Ashley Hudson don’t look at all like they are sitting in an oppressively hot, disgusting abandoned hospital room. Thankfully, we had a massive industrial sized air conditioning unit that we had a TON of fun with, as evidenced by the following 9 hilarious photos.
And that’s the end of the fun A/C pics.
I laughed hard at these guys yelling. Probably one of my favorite moments from the whole season.
Dr. Mason. Report to room 7, stat. Code blue, goat shit everywhere.
Look how much fun we had with the restroom signs. Most TV shows do not have this kind of fun on set.
Mather pretends to react to goats shitting or Asian men yelling.
Pretend bro’s hangin’ at the bar.
Fake blood ‘n’ sweet shades.
Even in a far away shitty cell phone pic you can tell how ripped Cirbus is, and how sweet my Tevas are.
Yeeeah, muthuh fuckuhz.
I love how the cell phone pocket in Dickies work pants and shorts doubles as a drink holder. Especially for my ice cold Coke. The good stuff! (that’s what an awesome vendor at Tiger stadium in Detroit yelled when he sold Coke)
This was not shot outside the prison. The prison wasn’t even shot in a prison. Ha ha. You thought it was a prison, and it turns out it wasn’t a prison.
It was fun to pretend I was macho.
THAT’S ME!!! It’s not me.
This should be the new American flag. Patriotism would increase by 1 zillion percent.
Soup’s on! Oops, er, um, I mean fried chicken. Fuck I’m hungry.
Totally sweet behind the scenes pic. I mean, pics don’t get more behind the scenes than this. It’s like you’re behind the behind the scenes.
I call this photo, “Still life with Tevas.”
Musical Supervisor Chris Anderson was on hand to supervise the doo-wop. He also ran the New York Marathon this year and I almost started sobbing when I spotted him in the crowd.
In the left hand corner, you can see the sterno tin on an apple box that was lit and placed below camera to give the humidity effect in the first shot of the Good Guys walking towards camera. How fucking sweet is that piece of show bizz behind the scenes info? Not that sweet, it turns out.
Glenn Fleshler, who plays Pavel, pretend threatens Steve Cirbus in a scene that was cut.
Nadia Alexander, who played Tatiana. It’s great when you are making a TV show and you need kid actors and they turn out to be super talented.
As they say, if your shins are comfortable, your whole body is comfortable.
Oh my God, we totally loved having fun on set! That’s Adult Swim’s Keith Crofford on the right, lording over us all.
I love this picture of Mather. No big deal, just having a morning snack under this massive painting.
Chance Kelly and Nadia Dajani prepare to pretend it’s 2 in the morning.
We shot the doo-wop scene down in Soho. DP Jonathan Furmanski gives the okay that we are a go for wop.
We had originally tried this cool light balloon to light the scene. It was too windy and we had to take it down, but it was really beautiful and charming and made for some very lovely looking photos.
Me and Smokey. BB4E (Balloon Buds 4 Evuh).
Assistant Location Manager Ricky Camilleri guards the light balloon.
We had to wait until it got dark enough to shoot the doo-wop, so some of us headed over to Brewz ‘N’ Budz for a drink.
This pose has so much attitude, it broke Furmanski’s camera.
Don’t know if you could tell, but we taped this cigarette to the side of my mask, as if it was behind my ear. HILARIOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!
One, two, three, four, five assholes.
For the scene out at Coney Island where me and Mather discover Chris’ body, our holding area was a church….
…so Sarah Egan decided to have some fun with religion.
John Lee makes another classic funny face and pose during our location scout at Coney Island.
Watching playback of one of the takes of finding the body. It was fun shooting out at Coney Island at night.
More night shoot beach fun.
Kind of cool looking cell phone pic. (switches to shitty Brooklyn accent) It’s like we on Mahz or suhmpin.
It was great to get to bring back Jason Kolotouros as Chris.
An actor prepares to pretend to be dead.
An actor gets bloodied.
John Lee showed us where he wanted every single drop of blood placed. This shot took 4 days. NO, NOT REALLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nothing left to do now but kick back, relax, and let a sound man help you dry your booty with a portable A/C unit. Final two episodes behind the scenes pics coming soon, as well as info about the Delocated DVD.