When writing a script, I only have one thing in mind: my artist. I want them to have the best possible experience reading it, and be able to dig in right away. There's no need for complex movie-like scripts, with technical terminology and vintage typewriter fonts. This format keeps things clear, organic, and easy to reference, and I might be a bit of a pain in the ass to J.M. Brandt to always stick to it, but it's totally worth it. Fun fact, our editor Shawn French loved this format so much that he now formats his own scripts like that.
About the scene, what can I say, writing about a Confederate soldier taking a dump in the middle of nowhere while being hunted down to be killed is probably a career highlight.