Carter was irritated...irritated to no end, so he did what he usually did when he was frustrated. He separated himself from said project and focused on another. Currently his source of irritation was that his writers kept trying to push the idea of them doing a musical episode...he had done a musical before...he did not want to have to write music again. Also the show hadn't been running that long that they should waste episodes by doing "fun" episodes. Sure they had holiday specials...well just Christmas. One should wait a year or two before doing a bunch of "fun" episodes. He was still cautious to do a Halloween episode, which is why they weren't doing one this year.
So he decided to focus on a solo project he had been thinking about. A prequel of sorts to The Genome Project. Maybe a little mini-series based on the scientists and maybe a little bit about the original patients too. He knew he had a lot of pre-work to do. Like a script for example. Also casting, set design, location shots. He decided to check out the local TV studio if they had any vacant spots, also how large they were. Just wanted to get the basics. It was a lot of work that he usually had hired someone else to do. But he decided that going there himself it would work better. He did have a friend who worked there. He hadn't seen Et...Mr. Turner is a long time. He was his first boss and he had to say his best boss to this day.
When he arrived he said he was there to see him. It didn't dawn on Carter to call ahead, he wanted to surprise him. Double surprise him with a visit, first just him showing up also him showing up with little Bi with him. She was currently in dream land in the front carried that she loved. Since he was still technically out in the open he kept his baseball cap on. He had removed the sunglasses and was looking around the lobby while he waited for Mr. Turner to show up.
A grin broke on his face when he heard that he was reinforcements, "I'm afraid I wouldn't be much help since I have the little Bi with me, but if you need me to hold something I guess I could manage." The instincts of an intern are hard to break.