Being on a successful television show is a good thing. It’s steady work. It’s a chance to work with a group of people in an intimate way, where you develop a sort of shorthand with each other, and a trust.
“And if we’re able to treat those people living with neurological disorders, restore them to quote ‘normalcy,’ well, of course, we’re helping them, but might we sometimes also be stripping away what makes them unique. Robbing them of an essential part of who they are”