You're looking for characters to tell particular stories, and then on top of that, you're looking for a populace that you can achieve an interaction with. We discovered that the series really wants to be a comedy more than a drama. So we are looking for characters and actors with strong comedic skills as well as dramatic skills.
Last year, most of the episodes tended to be more on the self-contained side of the fence. This year, we'll probably look for a balance where it will be more serialized. And we can thank series like 'Desperate Housewives' and 'Lost' and others that have introduced the audience back to the serialization of television programs. I believe, personally, storytelling can be much richer when you can count on your constituency being more habitual about watching week in and week out.
One of the most fundamental questions people have about defense attorneys is, 'How can you do that? How can you go to bat everyday for a person that you may not know is guilty but you have a pretty good idea that he's not so innocent?' It's a question that defense attorneys answer for themselves by not addressing.