Masterpiece?

Q: Now, I just don’t understand who Savannah is and her relationship with Kelly. Given the new draft, it seems more like Savannah is another cobra versus a “masterpiece” of Hannah’s or “Kelly’s arch-enemy,” which is fine, but I guess I don’t know how to establish that air of leadership …

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Why not turn Mungus?

Q: Why doesn’t Hannah turn Mungus into a cobra? Why does she hypnotize her instead of just converting her? What’s the difference between the 2 things? KATIE: You know, I was waiting for that question. So, I’ve got a number of answers, none of which are THE answer. Rob might have …

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Sense of self?

Q: Okay I thought of one last question, when you are a cobra, do you still have a sense of who your human self is? Or is your human self trying to get out of the cobrafied body? Because at the end Savannah knows who Kelly is? ROB: Here’s my thought about …

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Physical Transformation?

Q: Is there a physical reaction when somebody goes from cobra back to human? How do we make the switch big enough for the audience to immediately grasp that they changed since it happens so fast (like Kelly grabs Rikki’s hand and BOOM she’s back to normal)? KATIE: Absolutely there …

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Touch a cobra?

Q: How do the cobras grab the humans without touching them? KATIE: Like in “Mouse in a Maze”? Get creative! Also, as we said, it’s not just casual touch that does it, it’s deliberate, rescuing touch. That said. For a while, I was a music and engineering major in college. …

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Romance, Character Development, and More

[THIS IS LONG. I WROTE A NOVEL. SORRY….] Regarding love/crushes/friendships and so on in the show. Going off of what Katie said regarding why we didn’t write overt romantic plots — I want to reinforce the idea that it’s absolutely possible that you & your director build in something which …

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Kelly the Too Nice?

Q: Why is it that Kelly is made out to be hard to get along with (as shown in “Kelly the destroyer” and those scenes) since she is a destroyer of the bs of school and portrayed as speaking up always, that she immediately gets along with the humans at …

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