On balancing a career and motherhood: "Now that I have kids, I'm up at 5:30 a.m. no matter what. Sleep at this point is just a concept, something I'm looking forward to investigating in the future."
On being both a comedian and a grown-up: "I'd like to say that I maintain that same sense of play and creativity and spontaneity — of being able to get into a room with people and say, 'Let's waste some time.' When you're a creative person, even when you're in a position of power, you still have to be able to straddle both worlds."
On what's next in her career: "I like to do things that challenge me and make me nervous. You learn early as an actor that creating your own material is the only way to have any control. Hollywood is like a bad boyfriend. You can't stand around and wait to be asked to dance."