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People don’t like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think, don’t run, don’t walk. We’re in their homes and in their heads and we haven’t the right. We’re meddlesome.
On a Friday afternoon, after rejecting Firefly's original pilot “Serenity”, Fox executives instructed series creator Joss Whedon to submit a new pilot script on Monday morning or the show would not be picked up. Whedon and his co-executive producer Tim Minear locked themselves away for the weekend to write this script, adding “larger than life” supporting characters and making the episode more action-centric to please the network. This new pilot, directed by Whedon, later became the series' second episode. Firefly premiered with “The Train Job” on Fox on September 20, 2002, twelve years ago today.
“Sean never says a word. He just goes in and absolutely gives it to you. And he has, I think, one of the hardest jobs on the ship. He has to be the guy who doesn’t get to play the big emotion. He’s standing there and just giving strength. Yet you feel everything he is going through. And how much he’s doing. And how much he cares. And it’s… it’s very impressive.” —Joss Whedon, Serenity director’s commentary