Steven Bochco: (on changing the format of "Murder One" in its second season) It was really my decision to make the changes. I felt that not only from a viewer point of view, but also from a creative point of view, it was better to tell more than one story. We could have told it just as efficiently in half the time. I think if I do a couple or three story lines, allow them eight or nine episodes each and have them overlap two or three weeks each, we'll be able to do a lot more with the show. I think when you've got as low a rating as we had and you get renewed, you've got to try to broaden your appeal.