People are vocal, so you hear the pros and cons of your shows.
With Saturday morning cartoons, you’ve got to start at 6 A.M., right?
The director in TV and the writer and the creator are working very much hand in hand.
Some people will ruin a movie for you if they enthuse too much.
I am always up to steal secrets from smart people.
In television, the writer-creator-showrunner is embraced as the creative mind.
The idea of just improvising and riffing can sometimes be at the expense of story.
If someone said, ‘Sit down and write a ‘Community’ episode,’ I would be panicked.
Old beach houses sometimes don’t have TVs, or you don’t get cellphone reception.
There are a lot of shows that have been saved because the fans weighed in.
Even with the fact that I grew up in North Carolina, ‘Jim Rash’ just screams ‘Southern boy.’
Improv has been immensely beneficial to me as both an actor and a writer.
There’s always something exciting about small change.
I like to believe we’re always looking to evolve as writers.
To me, if people really want to improvise, get into classes and learn.
I loved ‘Dungeons & Dragons’. That was actually a good cartoon to me.
We all know that technology has advanced to the point of watching TV online.