"Megan Ganz and I sat down and we were both in this sort of weird place of “I don’t know what it’s going to be like, and now we’re betraying Dan, are the new people gonna have the same sensibility? They’re saying the right thing but do they really mean in and blah blah blah.” And there was a low in the conversation and I just started saying like, whatever we do, first episode of the season, we really have to deal with this stuff. There’s such an oportunity to talk about this, it’s gotta be meta, and she was like “yeah it’s gotta be meta” and we just started brainstorming about episode 401 and we got lost in the discution. About 15 minutes later I said that this is the most fun I’ve had since we got the news and she said “me too!” And we just decided, that’s what it comes down to, the character are so great, the actors are so great, it’s rare to find a show that has such a solid setup like this, it’s just such a perfect little universe that Dan created for us, that we could think of nothing more that we wanted to do than just keep writing it."
— Andy Bobrow and Megan Ganz’s decision to stay on the show (via thebrittaoftimelines)