Reporter 21: Having done so much creatively on TV and film, what are some of the things that you like to watch on television and what might be on your DVR at the moment?
Ed: Myth Busters.
Paul: I watch Parks [and Recreation].
Ed: Parks and Recreation is fantastic. I love that too. And one of my favorite shows on earth right now is Rob Corddry’s show, Children’s Hospital. Of course Rob is a buddy from my Daily Show days. And I just think he is killing it with that show. But I wasn’t joking about Myth Busters either. I think that that is an extraordinary show. It’s incredibly compelling to watch and hilarious. I also [like] Iron Chef still and Downton Abby I got hooked on. I get hooked into those home and garden design and sort of home makeover shows.
Reporter 21: That sounds like a very Andy thing to say.
Ed: Yeah, right. How’s this for Andy? I’ve been known to watch – what is that show, the Great American Sing Off or something that’s a sing off.
Reporter 21: The Sing Off.
Ed: Thanks. I’m not going to sit here and tell you that’s great television, but I have been sucked in from time to time.
Reporter 22: I’m curious what will the documentary be about at the end? The documentary crew that has been with The Office for so long.
Paul: That’s a very interesting question and I’m not going to tell you because I think that’ll be a very fun reveal. But it might not be about what you think.
Ed: Is the show itself not the documentary or is it the show just b-roll from the documentary?
Paul: That’s good. I think what we’d (unintelligible) is the very first episode which is why the documentary is there and what they came to explore. So…
Ed: It’d be a bit of surprise.
Paul: I mean some questions shouldn’t be asked because a documentary would have been the most extensive and expansive documentary in the history of documentaries. But you definitely understand why they’re there.
Ed: Yeah. There’s something beautiful in the mundane if you take a big enough microscope to it. And that’s a lot of the best real documentaries out there sort of start on one subject and wind up zeroing in on something that seemed just innocuous to being with like Capturing the Friedmans for example is a – and I just think that the smallness of this world is part of its – it’s part of what makes it so beautiful and compelling.