Also, what's next for the series.
Also, what he really thinks of recappers.
The Showrunner Transcript: The Walking Dead’s Glen Mazzara Opens Up on Darabont’s Departure and Reworking the Series
This new batch of episodes will be more cinematic, and the show will move more quickly, he promises.
The Showrunner Transcript: Homeland’s Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon on Last Night’s Big Reveal and What’s Next for the Series
Major spoilers ahead.
The Showrunner Transcript: Parenthood and Friday Night Lights’ Jason Katims on Portraying Families Realistically
"Everybody's best foot forward."
The Showrunner Transcript: Grey’s Anatomy’s Shonda Rhimes on Her New Series and How She Doesn’t Make ‘Light, Airy’ TV
"I'm always very sensitive to the fact that people somehow think the shows are light and airy or optimistic."
The Showrunner Transcript: Justified’s Graham Yost on the Full House Writers’ Room and Learning to Collaborate
"Listen, if 'Mythbusters' is reality TV, I don’t want reality TV to go away."
The Showrunner Transcript: The Good Wife’s Robert and Michelle King on the Series’ Evolution and Alicia’s Love Life
"And yes, we always want her to push herself toward the 'Grey’s Anatomy' choice of, you know, get laid."
The Showrunner Transcript: How I Met Your Mother’s Carter Bays and Craig Thomas on Last Night’s Finale and Their 15-Year Partnership
"Care deeply about your characters, so deeply that you almost delude yourself into thinking that they’re real human beings and quite possibly your best friends in the world."
The Showrunner Transcript: Breaking Bad’s Vince Gilligan on Season Four and His Experiences on The X-Files
"I was so naive about the business back then that when I’d watch the show and the legend at the beginning said, “Richmond, Virginia” I actually thought they sent a film unit to those places. That’s how stupid I was."
The Showrunner Transcript: 30 Rock’s Robert Carlock on Working on Joey and His Dedication to Joke Density
"The life of the show is that Jack becomes more of a person and Liz gets her act together. Beyond that, the real goal of the show is the moral education of Kenneth Parcel, the eventual discovery that he is immortal and the center for a reason we can’t begin to understand."
"The last two years, I've felt sort of like a guest star on 'Fantasy Island' that needs to learn an important lesson about growing up by getting a TV show."