As a very neophyte screenwriter I've been attentively watching several of my favorite TV shows and observed how the writers crafted their expositions. Of course, wishing to have the luxury of reading the script at the same time the episode was aired would have been cool but I can only do so much. Sure, there are DVD sets and Ebay (hahaa) but I can't certainly buy all of them. I can only choose. Anyways, here are a few of them...
Something to remember for the day: "Good exposition, however, never simply "dumps" information in our lap." Read more from The Script Lab.
Now, let's try to apply it with my drafts.