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And I believe I remember reading something once on actual games that ended like "Casey at the Bat".
Strikeout on three pitches? Yeah, I've seen games end like that before.
What awful television.
The writers couldn't look up the game log to one game? Or better, they couldn't choose a sport that plays games during the winter?
Castle and Elementary both employ the relatively successful "Quirky male lead + hot female lead + crimes" formula.
's probably a sign that I'm getting old but I enjoy a bunch of CBS shows.
"Here's how it all went down," said Robert Doherty, Elementary's creator, writer, and executive producer. "The script came first. So the script and that scene as written-that's where we started from. And so the goal was first to seek out permission from Major League Baseball and from the Mets organization to use footage."
As long as that footage matched what was described on screen, the producers weren't picky about which game-or games-it came from, Doherty explained. "As far as why there are different plays from different games, it was really about finding footage that would match the dialogue, as opposed to changing the dialogue to work with the footage that we had." [...]
Theoretically, the games selected could have come against any opponent; as Doherty said, "God knows there's enough Mets outs."
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