The single-camera affair was typical of the trade; a bedroom, soft lighting, an open floor plan. There was a camera man, sound guy, makeup person, director, and miscellaneous production staffers, two robots and a dragon. Truthfully, the production was low budget; the robots were being paid in motor oil and most of the staff were receiving a percentage of the theoretical future profits (and their names in the credits, which was enough to get some people do anything). The dragon was the only one who got paid, real money, however. It was the only way she’d take her scales off.