I had a real pendulum swing of, you have a beautiful set, a big, gorgeous set, and I thought that's what people deserved, especially if we're stuck in our home. So we went through every scenario. Let's do a home show. At one point, they were like, 'We'll do it in a downtown loft.' So we don't have to worry about if studios are still shut down.
None of these registered to me as authentic to who I am. I think what I am is, I don't know who I am or what I am. I don't have that objectivity because I'm afraid it feeds into the ego and that's just a dangerous cycle. What I do care about is providing a good source of entertainment, and education, and escapism, and I want you to feel the joy that comes from the privilege of getting to do what we do.
Is Drew keen on finding a Valentine of her own? She shared:
Well, here's my feeling about dating apps. I finally just discovered this. First of all, when I got divorced, I was so devastated for so many years, I could not even fathom the I don't know what it was, but it's not my generation. It's too modern, it felt cold, I felt exposed, I felt vulnerable. Then the pandemic hit, and I was like, seems like nobody is going to meet each other the old fashioned way, and I said, 'I've got to be more open to this modern world.'
Oz also tweeted a behind-the-scenes photo: