Template:For the Love of Heather - Production

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Series creator Ava Zinn wrote and directed the episode.

"For the Love of Heather"'s teleplay was written by series creator Ava Zinn and directed by Donna Doogan. Zinn previously wrote 19 episodes: "Ava and Angie Willis: Celebrating 20 Years", "Tom and Deanna Tragic Adventures", "Cable TV Fascism", "Revenge of the Male Anchors 2", "Sexist Father", "Amanda and Elisa Do Indiana", "Death Picks Peggy", "Nightmare Vacation", "Ten Years To Life", "The Rape of Heather Willis", "It's a Camp Trap!", "Revenge of the Male Anchors 5", "Quillsville Wasteland", "Quillsville Cold Case: Something About Loose Ava", co-wrote the pilot, "Ava's Laptop", "Revenge of the Male Anchors" and "Ava Gets Dianed" with Holly Everman, and co-wrote "Revenge of the Male Anchors 4" with Eboni Hill.

The episode takes its title from the 1994 TV movie For the Love of Nancy. Composer Stephen Arnold, who has worked on the series since its inception, returned to compose the music for "For the Love of Heather".

Series cretor Ava Zinn stated in a November 2019 interview that For the Love of Heather was her second-most difficult Queen of the Willis episode in terms of voice recording. She mentioned that Heather's voice was difficult in the many emotional scenes as Heather had no silly voice or falsetto to hide behind it. Zinn revelaed that in The Rape of Heather Willis was the most difficult episode.