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The cameo made memorable by current events is the one by Trump administration family members and acolytes Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, who appeared as themselves in the season-four episode “Easy J.” Getting them at the time was business-as-usual — there was a working list of socialites and celebrities the show would regularly reach out to in order to fill out the world.
“With Jared and Ivanka, it would’ve been, ‘They’re on a list and they’re in town, reach out and see if they’re available,’” said Safran.
“People wanted to be on the show, it was a crazy thing.” Schwartz said, “We regret not having Jared Kushner speak when he was on the show. ” , the only things I regret were not as much representation for people of color and gay story lines,” said Safran.
“Those are the two things I think we probably could have delved into more deeply, but other than that, I only regret things like not showing Chuck finger Blair and the dildos and other sexual stuff.” About those scenes that never made it to air … But Standards and Practices did draw some lines, which were mostly incidental.
The hoi polloi regularly clamored to be on the show, including Michael Bloomberg and Lady Gaga.
“It was hard at a certain point to write for the old Jenny; we had to write for the new Taylor,” said Safran.For the tenth anniversary of ’s very first episode, we reminisced with co-creators Schwartz and Savage and executive producer Joshua Safran about the things that got left on the cutting-room floor (a box of giant dildos), that Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump cameo, the casting that could have been (Jennifer Lawrence), and the doll Blake Lively was sending pictures of to her then-boyfriend Leonardo Di Caprio.