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I would say Twitter is probably the most influential feedback that myself and most of the writers would get as well.Yes, I do think that when you see how passionate fans get about certain things or story lines and couples, it definitely influences how you tackle breaking the season, because you want to make sure that fans stay happy.That spills into the relationships that people have made while watching the show.That’s really special in a way — we’re so divided right now, but something like this can bring people together from all over the world.How much of these final episodes would you say were directly influenced by fans and what they wanted to see?
I feel like each one of them gives us a little bit more closure.
I don’t read a lot of message boards, because I feel like …
it might throw me off a little bit, and my goal has always been to stay true to what my vision of the show is, because if I like it, usually the fans are pretty happy. I livetweet as much as possible because it’s fun and a great way to stay in touch with the fans.
I knew the ending before the season started, and I felt like the challenge was just laying in the groundwork throughout the season to be able to then wrap it up in one final two-hour episode.
The real challenge all season long was to make sure we put enough Easter eggs in there and that we gave enough clues; laying the groundwork to build to that final episode.