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I want every character be an outsider in some way. ---->>>

Certainly there's got to be a little bit of reality show fatigue happening. ---->>>

I think our show is very different from Orange County. ---->>>

I think you're only as good as the work that you do. ---->>>

If it happened to me, it can happen to anyone. ---->>>

It's my experience that the fluidity of sexuality with younger people is more accepted. ---->>>

Like they said about The West Wing, you can't do a show about Washington until you can. ---->>>

The characters are that vague TV high school age, but they'll be in high school as long as we need them to be. ---->>>

There's got to be a little bit of reality show fatigue happening. ---->>>

You gotta strike while the iron's hot. ---->>>

There is always drama and there will always be drama, but its the way its presented in my head that makes it so interesting. Everyone gets their time in the middle of the drama. ---->>>

We just happened to come along at time where there hadn't been a new young adult drama that also could appeal to adults as well in quite some time. We sort of found a little bit of a niche. ---->>>

As The O.C. started up again, I started to feel myself potentially getting pulled away. ---->>>

I am the kind of person that takes everything as is and then look at it from the outside looking in. ---->>>

Ten-year plan? No, three-year plan! I'm in a hurry. ---->>>

Last year, at the beginning of the year, we couldn't get arrested, so I'll take this. Feast versus famine. ---->>>

The best years are behind me. ---->>>

The girls in high school who watched 90210? I was watching Seinfeld. ---->>>

The trap is that you then just start doing stuff about Hollywood, which I don't really want to do. ---->>>

Year Two is a critical year for any television show. ---->>>

You have to act like a responsible professional in the industry regardless of your age. ---->>>

Certainly the experiences of Seth and his relationship to his parents and his point of view of the world are very similar to my own and very much based on my experiences at the University of Southern California. ---->>>

I'd started working when I was 21 and had been very determined about my career, very focused, even as a little kid, so it was something I had been working at for a long time. ---->>>

It is my goal to learn as much about the people I'm surrounded by. I am slowly widening who I am close with, and at the same time, growing further away from others. ---->>>

It's really hard in this day and age, with radio and MTV being so consolidated, to get new music out there. I think we've become a really legitimate, viable avenue for getting new music out there. ---->>>

The press always ends up being much nicer than I expect. A lot of times they say something snarky about you, but then you meet them in person and they couldn't be nicer. ---->>>

The support that we have from the network in terms of watching us at an unusual time in the year and playing our episodes three times in a given week until we built an audience... is exceptional. ---->>>

We don't hold anything back. We go for broke, and if we have a good idea for a story line, we just use it because you never know and because the dynamics of the show are going to change. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 08-06, 1976
Occupation: Producer

Joshua Ian "Josh" Schwartz (born August 6, 1976) is an American screenwriter and television producer. Schwartz is best known for creating and executive producing the Fox teen drama series The O.C. which ran for 4 seasons. Schwartz is also known for developing The CW's series Gossip Girl based on the book series of the same name and for co-creating NBC's action-comedy-spy series, Chuck (wikipedia)