"A lot of times when we’re writing, we leave problems for the director to solve and for us to solve in the edit bay. Unfortunately, I was the director on this one," says Aaron Korsh, who made his directorial debut with last night's episode. "So I left myself those problems and I got pissed at me, the writer, for leaving myself those problems. But I feel like the hardest of it was: Usually we have two or three story lines going on so that we can cut away to something and then cut back, and that helps relieve the linear feel of a given story. For the most part (in the series finale) it was all just this (one story). So there were some transitional challenges in the episode that we don’t usually deal with...The challenge was a lot of these big scenes. I didn’t realize when you have a scene with seven or eight or nine characters in it, it takes almost seven hours to shoot. So both the big conference room scene and the scene after it, those were huge challenges. Obviously the wedding — it was two weddings, right? That was a three-day affair, spread out because we had a lot of night shoots."