Given R. L. Stevenson's fame, notoriety and death over 100 years prior, Snail Factory's producers were surprised when he sent in a fan script. The strange case that resulted in Episode 35 began when producers received the story in a brown paper envelope which had been held by Western Union for just over 100 years. Needless to say, the script was produced immediately and without any alteration. Every actor and crew-person felt honored to participate in this unknown Stevenson tale, his works being among the favorites of SF's creative personnel. Said the usual writer, "Robert Louis Stevenson is a god among authors, a list of his works reads like a list of the best novels since Shakespeare. All his writings are treasures, not only for his ideas and adventures but for his amazing and throughly rendered characters, be they good doctors like Jekyll and Breign, or their evil forms, Misters Hyde and Gosiik.