The creator of philosophical sitcom The Good Place knows a thing or two about moral quandaries. Now he’s written a book all about them – but the pandemic is stretching his worldview to its limits

Perhaps it’s a symptom of only communicating over Zoom for two years, but I have noticed a direct correlation between the length of time that people keep you waiting at the start of a meeting and how good a person they are. One minute late? Maybe they’re having technical difficulties. Five minutes? Bit cheeky. Ten? Worse than Satan himself.

I’m telling you this because my interview with Michael Schur was due to start at 5pm. But , and I really can’t overstate how rare this is, he clicked online at 4:59. “I like to follow rules, man,” he shrugs when he realises how overjoyed I am at his punctuality.

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