With three kids you are just trying to survive. You can't be fastidious.
We live in an age of instant knowledge. And there's almost a sense of entitlement to that.
I work with really hard-working people who are really good at what they do.
'Star Trek' was always a little bit closed emotionally. I never connected to the characters.
I was never really a comic-book fanatic.
I have no style. There are certain people who just have a visual sense that defines their work. You could probably watch 30 seconds of anything they do and you'll know exactly who directed it. I don't have that skill.
The ability of a television series to make adjustments is something you've got to take advantage of.
Whenever I've directed something, there's this feeling of demand and focus that I like.
I think that even if you're wondering if two characters are ever going to kiss, drawing out the inevitability is part of the fun. Whatever the genre happens to be.
One of my favorite things about 'Star Trek' wasn't just the overt banter but the humor in that show about the relationships between the main characters and their reactions to the situations they would face; there was a lot of comedy in that show without ever breaking its reality.