Jordan Zakarin from The Hollywood Reporter asks Judd Apatow, "For the first long stretch in your career, you did a lot of shows and films that were told from a male's perspective. Now, with Bridesmaids and Girls, you're working on projects about women. Was that a conscious change?"
Judd Apatow replies:
I got bored of penises. I said, ‘enough of that.' No, I just like immaturity, I like to show people struggle and try to figure out who they are. I'm a guy and so it leaned guy for a while. But one of the projects I'm most proud of is Freaks and Geeks, which is about a woman in high school struggling to figure out which group she wants to belong to, so for me, it goes back and forth.