WE CAN BE TWELVE TOGETHER! *clapping* ;)
Oh hon, believe me, what limited time I've had on my hands to try and track down the script (or to devote to keeping my eyes peeled for newsworthy Bamberisms, period) has been put to good use! No dice yet, though. Mostly what I've gleaned about the contents has been from bloggers writing about it (there was a *very* good review that went up shortly after the pilot was green-lit - it's probably linked in a previous post...); if any other fans have it, they're not sharing. Promise, if I do find it I will send up a flare really quick-like. ;)
I was really hoping they weren't going for the T/T because I just don't see it as shippable beyond "Oh, look at the pretty." Though maybe they'll make it work.
To be honest, I don't particularly mind if T/T isn't all that shippable, so long as I feel like I know where both characters are coming from. The show's approach to the relationship may be a long game wherein circumstances drive them apart and, over time, both get their own personal lives sorted (maybe Tina's marriage definitively ends, too), and there's an aim for them to *properly* have a relationship later. Or maybe they realize they're better friends and find other people. Anything's possible.
It's not entirely impossible to derive a couple worth rooting for from less than desireable origins, either. Are you ready?... wait for it... it's my weekly ER comparison! *uncorks the champagne* ;) - anyway, Doug and Carol were arguably being the most beloved couple in the show's history, and that started out with Carol attempting suicide in the pilot, largely suspected (though never confirmed) by everyone that it was because she was distraught over the way Doug dumped her, among other reasons. And he selfishly continued to screw around for some time, and it took him quite a while get back into her good graces, let alone have her feel like she could trust him enough to try again. Shoot, all the way up to the end, she nearly raised their babies alone because George left the show first... I mean, Doug wanted to move to Seattle and she wasn't ready to leave Chicago. ;) A well-written relationship, like a real one, can handle any number of wrenches you throw at it.