The good thing about directing your own writing is you have no one to blame but yourself, and I’m a big one for that. I would much rather blame myself than have the alibi of saying, “That wasn’t my idea.” That’s the greatest thing. Also, when you write something, you really do hear how you want it said. Sometimes it isn’t said that way. It’s said much better, because you have a really great actor saying it, and they come at it in a completely different way. And sometimes you have a really great actor who missed the joke, and you have a chance to say to them, “No, no, no. I think the word here you’re missing is this,” or you can at least be there on behalf of the script as the director. But you have a very clear idea when you write something of what you want it to look like.