Summer of '97 Continues, episode 3...
While taking a break from Tamsin and friends, Alex decides to reacquaint herself with her flu remedy - Robitussin. This new kinship leads Alex through distorted colours, lingering memories, and vomit.
OJBG's Summer of '94 is now in "The Vault"! Don't worry! To get your fix, you can purchase the episodes and the script eBook here: http://bit.ly/OJBGShop
If you're in the DC area, you can watch OJBG on DCTV on Mondays and Saturdays at 10:30pm EDT on Comcast 95 / RCN 10 / Verizon 10!
Ultimately, Otessa, the creator of OJBG, believes that Summer of '95 is a great place to start with the series as it was always envisioned as a better/stronger/bolder season and gives a better sense of the show to come.
Telly, LA Web Festival, and Webby honoree award winning teen web series following the lives of 18 kids as they grow up and get down in grunge-era Washington DC.
"The bad things we do. The things we get caught for--and how they are never the same."
Guest Directed by
Otessa Ghadar creator
Episode Cast (in credits order)
Rachel Peterson ... Alex
David Thornhill Jr. ... Vice Principal Thornton
Otessa Ghadar .... producer
Ashley Mumford .... associate producer
Bim Mamber (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Production Design by
Lis de Tuerk
Art Direction by
Ashley Mumford .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jorge Franzini .... first assistant director
Dylan Myers .... second assistant director
Emily Johnson .... set dresser
Jorge Franzini .... sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Connor Bergeron .... key grip/gaffer
Drew Loughlin .... first assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Emily Johnson .... lead costumer
Crystal J. Morgan .... assistant to the ad's
Paris Preston .... production assistant
Stephanie Ulman .... production assistant
"OJBG Theme Song" - music originally by Brent Katz; lyrics by Ellen Winter; performed by Mis-spent Youth (Ellent Winter, Albert Tholen, DeAndre Baker, George Ross, Rachel Peterson, & Sarah Hirsch)
"Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" originally composed by Tchaikowsky; performed by Kevin MacLeod
"Blue Springs Forever" by Waylon Thornton