She told it is difficult to relinquish control when working on sets that are not hers.But she has found the challenge of embodying another writer's character ultimately fulfilling.“I like when a director asks questions, and they may be rhetorical questions that he already has the answer to, but he’s making you feel like you’re coming up with the answer."A lot of ourselves are in this show," said Glazer, "and a lot of this is fly by the seat of your pants, and it's real in that way and authentic in that way. It’s like, ' We have an hour to go on this block!
It's a different kind of control that I also admire." With any actress Roundtable, the conversation turns to the inherent sexism within Hollywood, something Glazer herself is unfortunately no stranger to."We go through stuff and we're like, ' It's because we're women.' And it's also subtle sexism because we're young. "Recently this guy was calling us ladybugs, love-bugs.