And why the show was such an international phenomenon.
“It’s not a place where you would ever burden anyone by talking about your feelings, or embarrass them by asking about theirs.”
And what it’s like to play a better mother than on OITNB.
“The things you try to change about yourself in the beginning are oftentimes the things that actually work for you.”
“This solely is a show just for us.”
Heaven is just a place. If you find solutions to your problems there, it’s because they existed in your head all along.
On Halt and Catch Fire, too often control is a tool that characters use to make themselves feel better.
Joe MacMillan is 1980s Don Draper.
“My characters evolve as I do.”
That’s so adorable, the way they’re trying to escape their pasts.
Donna does what she wants.
“I’m just a man pretending to be my dad having a beer because I’ve upset my mother.”
Halt and Catch Fire has found a way to make the inevitable exciting.
“Play With Friends” is the finest episode the show has produced to date.
Everyone feels trapped.
“I don’t have a responsibility to create better female characters. Those kinds of things ghettoize us even more as writers.”
Everyone’s eating humble pie.
RuPaul’s Drag Race crosses a spectacularly mediocre finish line.
Is it worse to be forced into leadership or forced out of it?
The battle over what it is to be a man.