JA: Well, yeah, that kind. I love being in front of an audience, there's no bigger high than when you're doing something and an audience is really cruising with you, and you're all in sync, it's exciting. And you, when you're on a set, and there's a great vibe on the set and you're trying to get these moments on film, that's thrilling too. It's not from a lack of loving to act, it's just that acting is, like, if I go back to the theater, which I'm actively working toward, is doing something in New York over the summer, hoping to get back to Broadway a little bit as an actor as well and maybe do another series, so I love to act. I love the act of acting. Doing eight shows a week as an actor is a huge commitment, it's physically gruelling, it's vocally gruelling, it's a change in your lifestyle. Directing, what I love about directing, when directing a theater piece, I'm going through the same process the actors are going through. I'm just not saying the words, but we're all doing the same process. When it comes time to finish that process, and now recreate the work eight times a week? I go: "Bye-bye! Have a good time, I'm gonna go out to dinner with my wife now, bye-bye." That is kinda wonderful. (Laughs) Everybody packs for camp, but Daddy stays home, it's a very nice thing.