Cameron pulled a large pair of sunglasses off of her face as she entered the studio. She looked back longingly at the beautiful sunny sky, the orange lines dipping behind a building. The sun would be setting soon, and she'd leave work yet again in the dark. Cam groaned as she slipped past a few pages, and into what was her makeshift office, which was little more than a 6 by 6 room with a couch and coffee table.
Cameron had been working at the studio now for nearly 7 weeks. At only two tapings a week for the shows, it wasn't the most lucrative job in the world, so she'd quickly had to supplement with other work. At the same time as she was the Stage Manager for the show, not only did she work as a bartender in a local bar on weekend nights, she was also in and out of the writer's room on the other end of the CBS lot. No not as a writer, which she so desperately wanted, but as a gopher to the director of a new CBS sitcom. She fetched him coffees and bagels, and ran script changes to the