Totally. I think he's finally come into his own.
Yeah. He has. He's very focused. He really knows himself. And, also, what a cool guy who's willing to play himself as a sex addict? He just thought the idea was hilarious and he just, I don't know, I thought he was really great.
I think that's one of my favorite episodes, too.
You were so funny because in your recap, you were talking about -- well, because that episode had two of the best stories we did of Quentin...that montage where he makes amends makes me laugh so hard...the progression of people that he's making amends to. And the other story was Marcy and the 800-line of "Let Kim Die," and that was one of the other funniest stories I thought that we did, and there was a line in it that was so funny to me. Again, way too inside; it wasn't even dirty. It was with the network executive, she's really good, and it was her and Billy Ragsdale, and she's like, "Oh, yeah, the WB is getting billboards and radio time and we're gonna be on every Subway wrapper in the country." And he's all, "Wow! I didn't know the WB had any promotional dollars left." And she says, "Oh, we don't! You have to write an episode about a Subway turkey sandwich on wheat, but it doesn't have to be an A story." It's so insane, but so true!