I believe, or at least would think, that most film makers would save the hardest, most intense scenes for the end of the shooting schedule to allow the actors time to really build on those kinds of things and let their characters develop. Not Ed. He wanted to get the hard stuff over with and out of the way so that we (i.e. I) were not dreading them. I kind of like that approach.
Day two was the kissing scene. There's only one in the movie and we shot it on Day 2. We also shot a somewhat scandalous scene where a girl lets herself into my apartment and invites herself into my bed. Nothing is shown, but things are vaguely implied. At this point in the story my character A - still hasn't found his backbone, and B - is pretty depressed, so he kind of just lets it happen.
This scene is supposed to be at night, but it was about 9:00 in the morning, so Ed had to be a little creative with his limited resources. He made night-time happen by putting a quilt over the window. The more projects I do the more I realize you can get away with. (On a previous project we shot a night-time scene in broad daylight using shadows. Apparently that's the kind of thing you can fix in post.)
The girl I was working with - "Connie" - was super nice and for some reason super interested in Mormons. She about fell out of her chair when she found out I'm Mormon. It was kind of funny. She's also very religious, musically inclined, and happens to be Ed's piano teacher. Delightful girl.
Lunch: Panda Express. I got no vegetables. That was not intentional
Wrap Time: 12ish