Paul Rust on creating “Love”and working with Pee-wee Herman

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Gillian Jacobs as Mickey and Paul Rust as Gus filming a scene from "Love," the comedy series from Netflix that explores the trickiness of dating in Los Angeles. (Suzanne Hanover / Netflix)

Actor, comedian, writer and musician Paul Rust joins Justin to talk about his new Netflix series called “Love,” which he co-created with his wife Lesley Arfin and Judd Apatow. Justin and Paul talk about how the series got off the ground, the creative process of writing the show, his background as an improviser and the challenges of creating a show that is meant to be “binge-watched.” Paul also talks about co-writing the movie “Pee-wee’s Big Holiday” and what it was like to work with his idol.

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