Here’s the thing: In this moment in time, this #MeToo moment, and, at the same time, a moment where we have more women voted into Congress than ever before— but also we still have women who won’t vote for a woman. I’m right now interested in what it is that makes women refuse to step away from their very, very conventional and traditional ideas of who they are supposed to be in relation to a man. In that way, both the Debra character and Beth character are really fascinating to me. Beth Ailes was true to the end. I’m fascinated by that. What makes those women make those choices?