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"We really wanted to make a family comedy where the jokes that the kids shouldn’t get will go over their heads, and it’s nothing too scarring," says the actress best known for starring as "Sweet Dee" on .
"It’s a network [single-camera] show, but it should feel like it lives in the cable world." She's right—at a recent press screening, journalists were howling with laughter and couldn't believe half the stuff that happens actually made it to air.
I said, "I won’t do it unless I can executive produce it," to which they immediately said, "Of course. It’s your aesthetic, and we want you to do this with us." What you learn is that you ask for what you want, and if someone says no, that’s OK. I also knew I could best serve this project if I was a producer on the project. My mom sent me out of the house on this bike ride with a friend wearing a helmet, but as soon as I went out of the neighborhood, I took it off because that was a time when no one else wore a helmet. Then we drove to the game because I was like, "Oh, it’s gonna be a long time [till the baby is ready to come out], and it’s my first baby." My whole plan, anyway, when I did go into labor was to go for a walk around the neighborhood, go to the grocery store.
In order to play this character well in the way that I could make it special, I needed [to be in on] the hiring of the other actors. I needed to know that I could improvise with them, that they could take direction with me..makes a big difference when you’re doing a comedy. I knew that I should wear it because it was to keep myself safe, but I’m really trying to teach my kids to look around and figure out what to do to keep yourself safe and then go for it.
Kaitlin: I feel like I’m doing so many things at the same time, including being a mother to two little boys. Honestly, it’s probably the greatest thing that ever happened to me. Years later, when I found the theater department and felt comfortable there, I was suddenly able to…yes, the short answer is yes.
I’m also a bit of a perfectionist, so trying to do 100 things perfectly well is completely impossible. I had my head shaved, and this was all going into junior high school. That was a real serious source of adversity that took years to fight back from that. Some people were really nice, but some kids were really mean. I certainly didn’t have the confidence and I certainly didn’t think I was attractive in any way, so all I had was my sense of humor. Kaitlin: It’s something I’m very conscious of: how I parent that. So, the thing around my house is I say, "Check in with your body. much of a pull…there was really nothing that could keep me away from him.
How about men and women can both be funny in the same scene together? But yeah, I would say that Kaitlin: I have always admired people who are comfortable not being liked because I am the opposite of that. I walked through the world trying not to do anything that would upset anyone, and that’s a horrible way to live. So I really admire that she does not care what people think about her.