The cast said they appreciated how the show resonated with viewers in their 30s, as well as older and younger viewers.
The show was "so much a part of its time," Olin said. "There were a lot of people that really didn't like it … that thought it was a self-involved or precious version" of their lives.
"I think for all of us, it was so exciting to be reading a script that seemed so personal," Ken Olin said. "Ed and Marshall were really adamant about doing a television show that felt intimately observed … it was exciting."
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