I don’t find myself being affected by what appears in the press professionally and personally, though; you sort of live your life and as long as I’m working on something that I believe in, I know I’ll do my best. […] But certainly there are times when you wake up Sunday around noon after you think you had a good Saturday night and you read some reviews and you’re like, “Oh, man, why so mean?” [Laughs.] But it’s not mean, it’s just one person’s opinion.
Honestly, if a review criticizes me I’m like, “All right,” but when people write that something Bill [Hader] or Kristen [Wiig] did wasn’t funny, it’s clear that that’s wrong and these people don’t know what they’re talking about. But that’s sort of more watching out for your friends and probably seeing more in them than I guess I do in myself in regards to the specific show and usually in a moment-to-moment basis.