Mollie Gregory discusses her biography, “Women Who Run the Show.” She begins by talking about her own personal background working in the film industry in Hollywood and how she wrote for comedies, documentaries, and television shows in the 1970s. She mentions some pioneer women who worked in Hollywood and the qualities they all seemed to have in common: persistence, humor, and optimism. Gregory talks about how women were finally given vice presidencies of film companies in the 1970s. She states that one of the main reasons it was so hard for women to get behind-the-scenes work in Hollywood was because there were no female role models for them. She ends the interview by discussing women's roles in the entertainment industry today, and some of the projects she will be working on in the future.