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Scheffer: There was nothing more that we wanted to say. Our fingers discovered it writing for those women around the table during their wives meetings. Olsen: No. But we always saw it as a larger metaphor on marriage in general. Olsen: Throughout the year in the writers room all of us were continually commenting on what an incredible gift it has been to know that we were writing [towards an ending]. Olsen: It was two things. There are other elements to it, but [that dynamic] is the heart and soul of the material. But the second part of it is that the final vision inside the church rests and falls on the character of Emma Smith. That reality became manifest for him in that moment, and that it went back beyond Lois and his wives to the generations which had come before him. To know where we were going story-wise. Olsen: The only one who said she was a lesbian was our little sociopath Rhonda in the second season. Other then that, she was a gawky Napoleon Dynamite kid struggling with what it is to be a girl in this world. They were incredibly pleased on a storytelling level. Would it have been basically the same episode with just a different final 10 minutes? Bill had a profound and deep change. We always acknowledged that it was a patriarchal structure and that in that sense the women struggled for equality in a way that was perhaps different than how a man and a woman in a monogamous relationship might struggle. Would you agree? That scene is just fantastic. We always knew the family would stay together in the end. And then we came back in 10 minutes and they were ecstatic. And Sarah is nice to her. Olsen: I was going to say yes but Will is shaking his head no. At the beginning we tried to be non-judgmental about whether this particular kind of marital arrangement had merit or not. The first thing was him realizing he was really talking about the eternal nature of marriage and family. Post to Cancel.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Everyone else, head onward and downward for an exclusive post mortem with series creators Mark Olsen and Will Scheffer, during which the duo tackle everything from that shocking climactic twist crikey! You two putzes, you sort this out. And in that first sequence in the fourth episode, Emma is invested in lying. He felt really bad that his character had to die. In the same episode where Bill is struggling with his version of his abuses — his knowledge that he married Margene when she was 16 — he sees Emma Smith in that dream sequence and she is the personification in Mormon culture of all the abuses of polygamy on a personal level because her husband Joseph Smith was the philanderer who broke her heart. Do you feel the same way? I thought it was firmly established that she was a lesbian, so her romance with Ben took me off guard. Olsen: Yes. But I think on the most fundamental level that everything we had to say with this material was said this season. We were careful not to make a statement about polygamy. But I do think one of the things that has come out this season a little bit more than others is that the show has had some comments to make about misogyny. In one of the close-up shots there had been two needles on that bureau, and we tried to erase one of them to indicate that there was only one injection. Olsen: Just one thing. It was a momentum thing. Olsen: As many of our critics have rightfully told us, the series is about more than just plot points. We never wanted her to actually divorce Bill. There remains a certain misogyny afoot in the world, and we had a few comments about that. Although I hope the indictment of its abuses are patently obvious over the course of the show. And Bill getting arrested is a plot point. We tried to clarify that when we saw the footage we had. Olsen: They loved it. And some people were put off by the fact that these women were quote-unquote under the thumb of a patriarchal jerk. It was just Lois [who died]. Olsen: The decision came from a desire to look at all of of our characters and try and find the most positive spin on their journey. And the poetry of that is that in that episode, Bill realized that his mother was the ultimate victim of this patriarchal and polygamist lifestyle on the compound. It sort of hit me in that moment that this has really been a love story about these women. Click here to subscribe. I always thought she was just a dorky girl and Sarah was someone who was decent to her. But in terms if this sunny suburban life that Bill had with his three wives, we always saw the women as choosing the relationship. She had been disempowered and had contracted a venereal disease that led to her dementia. He spent six years in the skin of that character. We discovered that very early on. And within that vision he and his mother Lois were at this odd s-esque cocktail party where this same woman, Emma Smith, appeared to him. Scheffer: I think we were making a statement about marriage. In that very first scene in the pilot, Sarah tells the other guys to lay off. I never understood how [the lesbian label] took root. Olsen: He did not. As the show went on and we started to explore the abuses on the compound, certainly we were making a statement about that kind of polygamy. Would they have endured?