Leading up to Silicon Valley's sixth and final season, starting Sunday on HBO, Zach sat down with Entertainment Weekly. Here are some choice quotes, but the whole thing is absolutely worth a read.Zach on love
"I believe that one of the challenges with loving somebody is subjecting them to your own imperfections. That can be one of the brutal parts of loving someone — you have to allow them access to you in all your disappointing imperfections."
"[...] in The Velveteen Rabbit, there’s the section where the rabbit asks the skin horse what is real, and the answer is, if you love something for a really long time, like really love it, then you become real. And I feel that is true for characters, and I feel that is the job of actors, to love these fictional people into existence. [...] And I don’t just believe this about characters, I also believe it about everything that is loved. Jesus Christ, kill me, I sound like a cult leader."Zach on TV shows that go on too long
"I think it’s better to end at a point where you’re paying off the story in a satisfying way as opposed to just hooking the show up to life support and waiting for its organs to fail. "Zach on the SV finale
"I can guarantee that the finale will be the greatest 30 minutes of any viewer’s — not just TV experience — but of their life. The birth of your first child will seem like a minor car accident in comparison to the joy that this finale brings you."Zach on the upcoming Armando Iannucci-helmed HBO show Avenue 5
"It could be one of those brilliant things but I don’t actually know. I will say that I thought the scripts were so funny and bold. Holy s—, that show is insane. If the show that ends up on screen is anything like the scripts that they wrote, it is ballsy."Zach on having been able to work on so many quality projects
"In The Sound of Music, Julie Andrews says, “Somewhere in my youth I must have done something good,” because she feels so elated to be with Christopher Plummer and the kids. And I actually don’t believe that, I don’t believe I had to do anything good in my childhood, it’s just dumb luck — and I thank my f—ing lucky stars every day that I get to work with all these people."SourceONTD have you accepted you are worthy of love even though you are imperfect?