10 kérdést tettek fel neki, érdemes elolvasni itt. Nagy arc a csávó, pár jobb beszólása, érdekesség az interjúból:
"Let me be perfectly blunt: censor groups and religious watchdogs can kiss my creative ass."
"This show is clearly designed for a mature audience. If your kid is watching it, well then you need to keep a better eye on your offspring, buddy."
"I mean seriously. Pornographic? Turn off your safe search and spend five minutes on the internet and learn the meaning of the word."
"Although I will say that most people are under the assumption that Spartacus was crucified by Marcus Crassus along with six thousand of his rebel slaves. This is actually not true. Spartacus is believed to have fallen against Marcus Crassus, but his body was never found among the tens of thousands of bodies on the battlefield. Personally, I’m leaning towards aliens recovering Spartacus’ corpse and reviving him as an astro-zombie to fight in the intergalactic arena. Can you say “spinoff”?"
"I come from the Joss Whedon camp, having worked on Buffy, Angel, and Dollhouse, and fully share his love and fascination for strong women. Moving forward I will continue to develop these kinds of roles."
"If there’s one thing I can promise you in season two, it’s that we will continue swinging for the fences. No character is safe. No character is sacred. And that’s what makes the show so damn exciting."
"While the world we have created may be larger than life, at no time do I ever plan to cross over into the purely mythological."
"I may skirt right up to the mythological and supernatural, but I won’t outright invade that territory on this particular show. I’m saving that for the astro-zombie Spartacus spinoff. "
"In the beginning, I read a lot of comments on the internet by our less enlightened viewers complaining about this and asking us to tone down “the gay shit”. My answer was and is a resounding hell no. Same sex relationships will continue to be presented in every season that I am associated with, along with a multi-racial cast."