“The more notes we’re getting, the better. That’s a sign that people are invested and that they want to go forward.” Happier in Hollywood 125

“The more notes we’re getting, the better.

“That’s a sign that people are invested and that they want to go forward.”

“If we’re treating the notes as part of the process of making things better, it’s much easier to handle things in a positive way.”

“This is a team effort. People at the studio, the network, they are part of the team. It’s not an Us and a Them. It’s just US. We all want the same thing.”

“Many experienced and inexperienced writers, they have the sense that this is my vision and that they are attacking my vision. That’s a very common way to think. That is not at all where how we think about things.”

“If we don’t think it’ll get on the air, we push back. If we don’t think that, we will accommodate the note as best as we can.”

“The other thing is relationships. We have a lot of new relationships.

“See this not as a project, but the relationships. Ultimately a project will end – whether it’s 10 years or 10 days. All you’re left with is relationships.”

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