TESTIMONIALS

I have worked with Sarah McLaughlin, The TV Script Doctor, for years. We wrote on the staff of “That ’70s Show,” and then on my own ABC Sitcom staff where I made her one of my first hires. She has often come to my rescue in the lonely black hole that is developing your own show alone. Whether I’m stuck on story, need help breaking an outline, finding my characters, or I’m in the final stages of my script and need jokes, Sarah’s energy and talent make her my one of my first go-to girls.

Kristin Newman
Executive Producer
CHUCK

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER

THAT 70s SHOW

I felt pretty good about my last script when I finished it.  But it wasn’t until Sarah read it and gave me notes that I realized just how much better it could be.  She can identify a larger problem with your entire act as well as identify smaller ways to manipulate the individual scenes the make them funnier, clearer and more compelling.  I won’t send anything to my agent until after I’ve received and implemented Sarah’s feedback.

Jennifer Keene
ABC/Disney Writing Fellow
Staff Writer
ACCORDING TO JIM
PHINEAS AND FERB

Getting feedback from Sarah on my scripts has been invaluable.  She’s honest, fair and helpful.  Most people forget about the helpful part.  I’d recommend her to anyone looking to bring their material up a notch.

Robert Dean Klein
Screenwriter
LITTLE FISH STRANGE POND

Whenever I have a new script I make sure to get Sarah to read it.  Her feedback, insight, and always positive attitude are an invaluable tool in making my writing stronger.

Alan Dybner
Executive Story Editor
THAT 70S SHOW

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