A Day in the Life
|A Day in the Life|
|Date Posted||September 2nd, 2007|
|URL|| youtube.com |
|Description|| Another not so crazy weekend in the life of ‘Crazy Kate’. Sorry to disappoint.|
|Location(s)|| Kate and Charlie's flat, Liverpool Street|
|YouTube Tags||KateModern LG15 lonelygirl15 kate|
|Executive Producer(s)|| Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried|
|Co-Executive Producer(s)|| Joanna Shields and Amanda Goodfried|
|Associate Producer(s)|| Cristy Coors Beasley|
|Series Producer(s)|| Pete Gibbons|
|Production Manager|| Kelly Brett|
|Production Co-Ordinator|| Claire Finbow|
|Interactive Co-ordinator(s)|| Jonathan Almond|
|Production Runner(s)|| Amy Barnes|
|Director(s)||Gavin Rowe (BigBalls Films)|
|Head Writer|| Luke Hyams|
|Vidplay|| Luke Hyams|
|Story|| Miles Beckett, Luke Hyams and Hazel Grian|
|Editor(s)|| Sam Rowland and Yusuf Pirhasan|
|Production Services|| Sniffer Ltd.|
|Music|| I Love It by Sneaky Sound System |
|Woman with flowers||Claudia Joseph|
|Next by Kate||"There Goes The Neighbourhood"|
(Opens with Kate in bed)
Kate: Good morning! And welcome to another day in the life of 'Crazy Kate'! (Cut to Kate in bathroom brushing her hair) Ahh I love bedhead. (Turns on shower, grabs a box of Tampax) Morning! (Shots of streets, pigeons, Kate eating strawberry while reading a book, shopping, a number 78 bus to Shoreditch and Kate searching for flowers with windows live search. Cut to Kate walking towards woman holding sunflowers) Oh, they're nice flowers.
Woman with flowers: They're beautiful, aren't they?
Kate: Excuse me, can I have some of those, please? Thank you. (Cut back to bedroom with Kate reading a paper in bed) Okay, so maybe not so crazy after all. Sorry to disappoint. So, I haven't heard anything from the specialist or his son. I mean, maybe I should give them a little more time to think. Who knows where these creeps like to hang out, or whether they've paid their Orange broadband bill. (Taps camera) I'm going to give you 'til the end of the week, and then I'm definitely going to the police. And I don't mean the pretend police, I mean the real police. (Holds card up to camera) Maybe I had the clue in my hand all along. This is the card the specialist's son gave to me the day he was playing dress up on Carnaby Street. (Clip from Carnaby Street, Saturday 18th August, 10AM plays) I called the number on the card and I got through to some pizza delivery answering service. Maybe it's just another dead end. But I'm still going to put it up on my Bebo page and maybe you guys will help me to figure something out. (Salutes) I don't know what I'd do without you guys. Until then, I think I'm just going to try to get on with some form of normal life. (changes clothes) How do I look? Let's get a second opinion. (Interrupting Charlie in bathroom) How do I look?
Charlie: Ooo, ravishing darling!
Kate: Thank you.
Charlie: My God, please get out of here, I'm trying to get ready!
Kate: Okay okay, but babe can you pass me the Tampax?
Charlie: Is it that time again?
Kate: Sadly, yes. (both groan) All in a days work for your friendly neighborhood super woman.
Kate: Hey what movie are we seeing anyway?
Charlie: Oh, Gavin won some tickets, I actually have no idea.
Kate: You let Gavin choose the movie? It must be loooove.
Charlie: Shut up! Shut up!
Kate: Okay but can you hurry up we're gonna be late!
- Kate's Bebo page  lists the following telephone number: +44 7812 250 478 as being on the card. Calling this number got an answering service for "The Pizza Specialists". Commenter "Dan Dyer" worked out the following message from the pizza ingredients: "Speak to the undead doctor". Also in the answering service was the message: "Only with our next delivery this week. All you've got to do is wait for the knock on your door." Later in the week, Dudley showed up at Kate's flat disguised as a pizza delivery man saying his father wanted to answer Kate's questions and gave them a coded time and place for the meeting.
- The title could be a reference to the Beatles song of the same name, especially since a lot of the actions mirror the song's lyrics. Her bed is strewn with newspapers ("I read the news today, oh boy"), she gets ready ("woke up, got out of bed / dragged a comb across my head") and she and Charlie are going to the movies ("I saw a film today, oh boy.")
- The "woman with flowers" was played by Claudia Joseph, a reporter for the Daily Mail. She has written an article about her experience including interviews with cast and crew.