DRIVE -- The Final Two Episodes
Posted on July 16, 2007
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The final two episodes of DRIVE are now available on the FOX MySpace page.
And the final two shooting scripts are available right here! *
If you mention these on other sites, please link to this entry. Don't link directly to the files:
• Script for "The Extra Mile"
• Script for "Rearview"
PLEASE DO NOT LINK DIRECTLY TO THESE FILES.
If you're wondering what might have happened next on DRIVE, drivefans.com has an interview with Tim and Craig Silverstein here. In it, they discuss ideas they had for future storylines.
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* These scripts are in PDF format and are intended for educational/informational purposes only.
All caught up, now I'm just waiting for the comic book series to finish it up and end the race.
Made for DVD?
I'll take stick figures, man, I need to see the rest of this...
I have to agree with C. A. Bridges. I would love to see the rest of it. Episode 6 had me on the edge of my seat. I wish there was more.
I second the motion for a DVD!
Aaaauuuuggghh! I... but... no... hey. I can't believe it ended there!
Oh, mighty Tim, please tell us what would have happened. Pretty please? That's such a horrible cliffhanger to leave... well, hanging. Forever.
These two episdoes were GREAT. Tim Minear, you're amazing. I LOVED the scene when Wendy is driving onto oncoming traffic and calmly explaining to a terrified Ivy what was going on.
Everyone, please log-in to IMDB.com and rate "Drive:" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0770521/
It only needs 5 votes to show a rating, and I can't believe that more people haven't voted.
The only problem with all this is these videos are only available for US Citizens only!
What happen to us in the rest of the world?
Because I'm from Canada, I'll never get the chance to see those last two episodes!
I want to know what happen to Sean!
Thanks to Tim, at least I can read it but it's not the same thing.
Please make a DVD set with these six episodes and maybe a hint of what would have happen and stuff. They did a DVD set for the six episodes of the season two of "Tru Calling", another show mistreated by FOX!
I'm glad that Fox made the last two eps available. I wish they would show more faith in their product. There are numerous examples of shows that took more than a season to catch on, then went on to long term success. The series had enormous potential and someone in development must have seen this, or why greenlight it in the first place?
I was especially struck by the fluidity of the characters. In only six episodes, all of the drivers showed growth and change, but they also displayed the capacity to surprise, which is very difficult to accomplish with an ongoing series. What a shame the series was canceled. Thanks for making the scripts available, too. It's interesting to read a script for such a technically complex show.
It was nice to see all the Buffy/Angel alums.
I'm glad I was able to watch the final two episodes, despite the cliffhanger ending.
My question: Will Tim Minear or anyone involved with "Drive" approach another network about continuing the series? USA seems to take some risks.
Its really a shame that Drive got cancelled. Other than Battlestar Galactica and Firefly and Angel and Buffy, I haven't really enjoyed a show like this in the last 5 years.
The last 2 episodes were continuing the plot build-up and ended on such a great cliff-hanger. I'd love to see a comic version of this or something, if only to find out what happened with some of the characters that I loved.
Hope your next projects are more successful Tim Minear!
I swear I don't know why I torture myself. I watched the last two episodes and they were great! Especially the last one. The cliffhanger is just killing me.
I'm so hating Fox right now... Drive and Standoff were the best shows this year and they cancelled both! Tim, I heard you were developping something new with Craig Silverstein... do me a favor, guys, take it to a REAL network... Fox doesn't need dramas anymore, they have "reality", it's cheap, it doesn't need anything and, with all the morons glued to their Tv screen 24/7 in Middle America, they always get great ratings and what's more people who watch them actually PAY for them! Why would they even try to make dramas anymore?!
I'm just wondering what would have been the fate of Drive with a network willing to give it a chance to back it up...
Thanks SO much for the screenplays, Tim. I havenīt seen the īreal` version yet - I donīt live in the US - but reading the scrips alone kept me on the edge of my seat. Amazing story, amazing action, itīs incredibly well written and SO exciting!
So īcheers` to you -