This week, we’re re-listening to Jesse’s interview with the great Amy Sherman Palladino. She’s the creator of the hit television show “The Gilmore Girls” as well as the critically-acclaimed series “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” Her signature writing style is beautifully verbose with characters often expressing themselves with clever “blink and you’ll miss them” – style zingers that reward those willing to pay extra attention to the dialogue. Her work on Maisel includes all of the above as well as ensuring that everything down to the set decoration is accurate to the era she’s depicting. Amy chats with Bullseye about making the decision to leave behind ballet to pursue television writing, pushing forward creatively despite setbacks and the impact her parents had on her career choices. Plus, we make some room to talk about bringing 1960s New York to life.