Arthur enjoys writing more than everything else. It is the most creative and difficult part, he adds, “We’ll sit down for hours and if we see something on TV, we’ll make a joke out of it or think: How we can stretch that out for a 5-10 minute episode?” As much fun as Arthur is having playing the role as Mark, he doesn’t see himself as an actor.
People often tell Arthur he's hilarious, but he doesn’t see himself that way. Arthur could never be one character for the rest of his life. “It’s hard...I feel like I can’t be one person, I feel like one day I can be a Korean guy for a few hours then I'll be someone else.” He plays crazy characters throughout the day, including "Bridget", a white girl who loves Starbucks. Mark is the extreme version of Arthur in real life. “My life is very interesting,” Arthur adds.
For inspiration, Arthur draws stories from reality. He shared one of the storylines out of the 13 episodes they had planned. They wrote the script but could not find an actor to fill the role. It was based on a true story that happened to Jivan. Tim is sorting through the mail, and as he is walking to the living room, he finds a stranger watching Jeopardy on Tim’s couch at 3:00pm on a Tuesday. Eventually, we find out it’s one of Tim’s friend’s friends.
”The third episode with the plumber is the most memorable episode for Arthur. "Flemming Erik Carlson, the plumber, was crazy in a fun way that compliments the show and the style,'" Arthur admits, “He took over the room.” Most of the footage could not be used, Arthur explained, as it was hard for everyone to keep a straight face during filming.
Since season one aired, Arthur has been spotted by fans around the city. “There have been times I’m eating at a bar and people come up and say, 'Hilarious!' and 'Keep up the good work!'” He describes it as a weird feeling for people to approach him.