Indie TV Series from Seattle, 35th Street Mission, now showing online.
Rex Davison "Scott" (C) 2005 0816 Productions>
EPISODE THREE SYNOPSIS:
Scott finds out that Taylor spent the night with Julio and let’s jealousy ruin his day, along with everyone else’s. Even when Scott is interviewing candidates for a potential Barista at the 35th Street Mission, he just can’t help bringing his problems to work. Anybody know what’s up with Gloria Jean? Mischief shrouds the café, when Julio and Raoul try to sell Scott some of their family’s Cuban Coffee Beans. Their little sales pitch provides the perfect cover for Taylor, who sneaks into the Café and makes off with Scott’s Mad Money. Who’s your Muffin Man? Regina thinks that her sexy southern charm, just bought her an ‘A’ on her upcoming Law exam. But is her professor who she thinks he is? The sparks begin to fly when Scott shows up at Timberline, incognito, to spy on Taylor.
"This is an exciting time for the 35th Street Mission series," said Kaywood Hopkins, creator and Executive Producer. Kaywood went on to say: "With the endless stream of reality shows, 35th Street Mission gives audiences something more, and since the series is made by real people, it has that raw feeling viewers are wanting."
"35th Street Mission" is a television "dramedy" that examines how every day gay couple in a local neighborhood coffee shop react and handle hard hitting situations—without pulling any punches.
Kaywood Hopkins and Mike Manzano (Creators) (C) 2005 0816 Productions
0816 Productions is an independent production studio comprised of creative volunteers interested in the art of filmmaking. Todays youths are faced with situations unheard or unspoken of in previous generations. Our artistic vision picks up where todays television leaves off for fear of censorship. We are committed to exploring a topic, however hard, in a manner that resonates with our audience. Each episode of "35th Street Mission" is an artistic evolution from the previous one, where the changes made are a reflection of the dynamic nature of our cast and crew.
"35th Street Mission -- taking back TV, one set at a time."