"I started as a writer's assistant for a long time in the comedy world, so I was raised in a room with 10 people working on a screen. We don't exactly do that on ‘Suits’, but it's the only thing I knew."
"I liken the first year of doing a show to putting out an apartment building fire with a garden hose. You're just trying to survive."
"We always don't have endings, so on set we actually stand and stare at each other, and we look like we're thinking."
"We came to call it the 'megabrain.' Before social media, you'd get ratings, but they're
a cold calculus. But when you get the megabrain the day after an episode airs, there are really smart, interesting comments about character and plot."
"I think killing off characters is a very good thing. But it's always painful. It hurts."
“2 Broke Girls”
"What's great about (the multicamera format) is that you need a really sharp, joke-driven staff because it's a machine. Every time the actor stops talking, there's supposed to be a sound that comes out of the audience."
“Parks and Recreation”
"You need to get to a situation where you'd be proud to show anyone on Earth any episode you've ever done because that is the reality of the world we live in. People can be that choosy." – Schur
"On Monday mornings in the writer's room we would often talk about Game of Thrones for quite some time." – Goor
“The Mindy Project”
"Praise for an episode seems empty, but criticism seems real."
"We were lucky enough to get the spot after the Super Bowl. Because that real estate is as valuable as it is, it was sort of like doing the pilot again."