But, you’ll have to wait until a potential Season 8. It was never something that we wanted to do, particularly, but introducing his character forced us to do it, and I think it was actually a lot of fun. We thought about trying to hide [Kaitlin’s] pregnancy.What did you learn from doing more serialized storytelling last season, and will that carry over to this season at all? We went over a number of different things, and then eventually we decided that would be a challenge that would actually be more fun, to have her be pregnant. HOWERTON: Well, in this episode (the finale) that we’re shooting right now, we’re playing with the larger issue of what’s going on with the government and what happens with our money when we give our money to the people we elect to decide what to do with our money.
The one that isn’t even on a paychannel, Comedy Central, or Adult Swim.And, I have never seen a sitcom in which the actors progressively got worse looking, which is, I think, truer to life, especially the lives that these characters lead.And, a character that’s always talking about putting on mass and all he does is eat shit and drink beer would eventually look like this.It’s crass, but extremely well-written and it doesn’t pander to the mainstream television audience by diluting itself.They were then actually ballsy enough to try and sell it to networks by demanding positions as executive producers, head writers, and starring actors.