We're thinking about it as much more of a social experiment than a television show. [Sarah] had been thinking about doing a topical show again but wasn't sure what she wanted it to be and had been talking to [executive producer] Adam McKay about it. After the election, she saw the divide between people and thought, "If I were sitting around having a cup of coffee with this person and not talking politics, could we be friends?" I think the election was the thing she needed to really get inspired and motivated with material to get back in there.
If a child has a speech or language problem, it will show up in both languages. However, these problems are not caused by learning two languages. If you know a child who is learning a second language and you have concerns about speech and language development, ASHA recommends contacting a bilingual speech-language pathologist (SLP). If you are unable to find a bilingual speech-language pathologist, look for a SLP who knows the rules and structure of both languages and who has access to an interpreter. For more information or for a referral to a SLP, contact ASHA at 800-638-TALK (8255) (Spanish-speaking operators available)