“You’re gonna have to try a little harder if you want to scare me. I’ve been an openly gay cop since 1987, so you’re not the first superior officer to threaten me. You know how I’m still standing here? Cause I do my job, and I do it right.”
The first day of rehearsal, I was intimidated, because I’m a big SNL fan. It was like, Holy crap, I’m working with Andy Samberg. He turned out to be really nice, so then I thought, Oh, this is awesome. Now he’s my friend. He’s a nonstop idea machine; Andy’s brain is constantly going. I’d expected this zany, crazy, energetic type of guy, but he’s actually very laid-back and sweet.
There’s a certain sweetness and squareness to the way she plays comedy, and I mean that in the best possible way. There’s something very genuine about Melissa.
andy samberg and melissa fumero | good housekeeping magazine (january 2014)
15. Will Jake and Amy’s relationship pass the test — if Amy passes hers? “Amy takes the sergeant’s exam, and the two of them have to talk about what it would mean,” says Goor. “She worries that if she passes and becomes his boss, it will mess things up with her and Jake.” In other Amy news, she “tells a child that ‘orgasm’ is another word for orange juice.”
I mentioned before how this game stopped working right for me about halfway through, and then miraculously fixed itself about a day later. I think it was trying to protect me, because the second half of the game just rips your heart out and stomps on it several times over.
Edit: tweaked how the bloom effect is achieved. I wasn’t happy with it before.