"Obviously, we're all excited and caught off guard," Prentice Penny says of this year's eight nominations, which includes Outstanding Comedy Series. "This is the fourth year of a show, so I just started to think that we're one of those shows that would be overlooked. We've had other awards, but the Emmys weren't something we were really a part of. I'm super happy, but I'm conflicted. I don't want to feel like we're getting this now because of what's happening in the world. We shouldn't need things like George Floyd for people to pay attention. So I have a weird connection to it, at least today, because the show deserves to be up there." As for preparing Season 5 amid a pandemic, Penny says: "Everything changes day by day, week by week. We were supposed to shoot this year — and, like everyone, we got pushed to 2021. We have a lot of contingency plans for 2021, in terms of when we get to start, but we're not steering the ship on that. Two months ago we were OK in Los Angeles and it was New York that was in the toilet. All we can control is the writing right now, so that's what we're focused on."