Seed, City – “Rebel Without Lamaze”
As a former nerd, Rose (Carrie -Lynn Neales) worries that her Lamaze class will be high school all over again. Fortunately, Harry (Adam Korson) thrived in high school and is ready to help out. Meanwhile, Anastasia (Abby Ross) plans for her own school’s formal, while Jonathan (Matt Baram) and Janet (Laura de Carteret) try to capture the few parent-child milestones they have left. Plus, Michelle (Amanda Brugel) and Harry realize that they dated the same woman years ago.
Bomb Girls, Global – “Fifth Column”
While out with the girls, Gladys finds herself a magnet of unwanted attention – first from a mystery man and then from an overly-curious redhead who questions her about the factory.
Meanwhile, in a bid to get closer to her daughter, Lorna enlists Kate to volunteer with her at Sheila’s hospital; and Betty’s budding relationship with Teresa intensifies.
Bomb Girls, Global – “Party Lines”
It’s harvest time and as the girls pluck the bounty of their victory garden, Vera uncovers a TNT shortage, shining an unwelcome light on the men of the Blue Shift – and jeopardizing her burgeoning friendship with Marco. Meanwhile, as preliminary reports of a successful raid on Dieppe are broadcast cross-country, Gladys isolates herself to fight her own private battles and Betty has an unexpected reunion with a soldier. Lorna fights for her long coveted home telephone, but any success is tempered by her growing fears for the safety of her sons.
Seed, City – “Bromosomes”
When Harry (Adam Korson) is diagnosed with sympathetic pregnancy, Rose (Carrie-Lynn Neales) finds that she’s competing for sympathy with her new, narcissistic belly-buddy. Meanwhile, Janet discovers Jonathan (Matt Baram) has been seeing another therapist (guest star Tom Green, Tom Green Live!) behind her back, and wonders what else he’s hiding.
Murdoch Mysteries, CBC – “Lovers in a Murderous Time”
Detective Murdoch and Julia find themselves at odds when a delusional woman becomes the prime suspect in the violent stabbing of her gambling fiancé.
From a media release:
2013 WGC Screenwriting Awards Finalist List
- Johnny Test “Johnny vs. The Tickler” Written by John Derevlany
- League of Super Evil “Kinderprison” Written by Phil Ivanusic-Vallee & Davila LeBlanc
- Scaredy Squirrel “Grand Ole Grocery” Written by Terry McGurrin
- Sidekick “I, Sidebot” Written by Dan Williams & Lienne Sawatsky
CHILDREN & YOUTH
- Finding Stuff Out “Animals Big and Small” Written by Lisa Hunter
- How To Be Indie “How To Make a Christmas Miracle” Written by John May & Suzanne Bolch
- My Babysitter’s a Vampire “Independence Daze” Written by Simon Racioppa & Richard Elliott
- My Babysitter’s a Vampire “Hottie Ho-Tep” Written by Miles Smith
- Sorry State Written by Mitch Miyagawa
- Surviving:) The Teenage Brain (for Nature of Things) Written by Robert Lower
- We Were Children Written by Jason Sherman
MOVIES & MINISERIES
- The Phantoms Written by Andrew Wreggitt
- Picture Day Written by Kate Melville
- The Samaritan Written by Elan Mastai & David Weaver
- Still Written by Michael McGowan
SHORTS & WEBSERIES
- Bill & Sons Towing “Bikini Calendar” Written by Mark De Angelis
- Ruby Skye P.I.: The Haunted Library “#Creepy” Written by Julie Strassman-Cohn & Jill Golick
- The Runner “Things Just Got Outta Hand, Right?” Written by Liz Scully
- Totally Amp’d “Episode 9” Written by Karen McClellan
- Less Than Kind “Danger, Wrestling” Written by Denis McGrath
- Less Than Kind “Fugue State” Written by Mark McKinney
- Less Than Kind “Jerk Chicken” Written by Kim Coghill
- Todd & the Book of Pure Evil “B.Y.O.B.O.P.E.” Story by Ian Malone, Charles Picco & Craig David Wallace; Teleplay by Ian Malone & Craig David Wallace
- Bomb Girls “Jumping Tracks” Written by Michael MacLennan
- Continuum “End Times” Written by Simon Barry
- Heartland “Life is a Highway” Written by Leila Basen
- Heartland “Breaking Down and Building Up” Written by Heather Conkie
- The L.A. Complex “Down in L.A.” Written by Martin Gero
- Saving Hope “Bea, Again” Written by Esta Spalding