Either angels are lazy with clean-up or they’ve left the mess to remember him by
Never change, fandom!
#angels are lazy #more likely properties managers & set dressers are lazy with clean-up #but yeah #this is just about perfect #I love this fandom
Minor sets like this are usually dismantled and put in storage during hiatus so the studio can use the lot to film another show. That means they had to rebuild the set and carefully place the rubble back where it was. It would have been easier for the props department to use the original, undamaged jail set. Using the damaged jail set made more work for them which means they purposely did this to remind us of Gadreel and his sacrifice
They also very purposely placed the camera down by the floor to get the rubble and the destroyed prison bar lattice in the frame. It was very much the Gadreel Memorial Rubble.
It infuriates me that people can still think that the people who make our entertainment are lazy and careless and thoughtless.
These are some of the most talented and dedicated and hard-working people you’re ever going to meet, and they work crazy hours because the shooting schedule comes before almost everything. I have a friend who’s been delaying and delaying and delaying critical healthcare because these episodes have got to get done first and there hasn’t been time for appointments. I’ve listened to her worry and fret over whether individual words should stay or go in a script. I’ve heard her talk about sixteen hour shooting days not being uncommon.
The set people have about a week, maybe ten days, to get all the sets ready for an episode. Just think about how many different sets you see in one episode. Even the location sets have to be planned for and decorated, even if they’re not completely built from scratch, and pretty much every indoor set has to be constructed. And everything you see on the screen is there to tell the story and has to be considered so that everything is seamless.
So get away from me with this “they were just being lazy” shit. Because FUCK NO THEY WERE NOT. Hollywood has one of the strongest work ethics you’re going to run across.