N&M: Could you tell me a bit about the process of making an episode of Regular Show?
J. G. QUINTEL: It’s a lot of work. It all starts in the writer’s room, where we play writers games to generate ideas, once we have one that we like, we write a premise, which is then given to a team of storyboard artists. The board artists come up with all the dialogue and draw all the drawings for the episode, and we give notes throughout the process. Then we turn that in to the network and they give us notes on the storyboard. Usually we have to tone down the language and make sure all the characters are wearing seatbelts and stuff.