They always say it's an honor to be nominated; that's true. But it's a lot more fun to win, I think it's a nice affirmation for everybody on the show. Everyone worked really hard to make it as strong as it could be. It's a nice validation to be recognized by people that we did good work. I think good stories, with fun characters, I think are really important I think also that we try to write on a level that kids and parents can watch together. Having watched a lot of kids' programming with my own children, I appreciate being able to enjoy a show with them. I think that helps. And it gives a multi layered experience as a kid is growing up. "I didn't think I anticipated I'd fall into children's programming or animation. It was an opportunity that presented itself, and we jumped on it, I was on staff at Disney for 10 years, and we went all the way up, from apprentice writers to executive producers, running shows. From there, I worked at Warner Brothers, Universal, back at Disney and now at Nickelodeon. We have a few on our plate at any given moment. I've sold some live-action stuff, but none of it produced. It'd be nice one day to go to a movie theater and sit and watch a movie I worked on," Mr. Motz said. "We'd also like to do some entertainment geared to our own age group, as a change of pace. At the same time, we're happy with the career we have. The statue looks the same, But in terms of prestige, definitely the Primetime Emmys are the golden child. We're sort of like the adopted child. 'We're very proud of you too. You're still our family members.