Due to AE's lack of clip making ability (if AE handled audio and clip making the same way Premiere did, I would honestly just edit in AE for the majority of my projects, but unfortunately it has it's shortcomings), it makes bringing an entire episode or movie into it kind of pointless. So you really are much better off taking your AVS script into VirtualDubMod and creating Huffyuv clips of the scenes you want to work with in AE. Either that or go back and forth from Premiere to AE, using Premiere to pick out your scenes, time them up, and then you know both what and when, so then taking those clips into AE is much easier.
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