I think that you can take things personally or get hurt feelings as a result of something not working out just because your psyche said it should or you deserve it, or whatever it is.
By the end of last year we solved a lot of threads, and it's really good for this new way we're taking the show to really have these new people and these new energies, frankly.
I was doing Hamlet in the off-season, and I had a specific idea in my mind about what I wanted that character to look like, and because it's going to lead into the next year, I knew that it was going to have to be established somewhere in the show.
There was concern whether SCI FI would want the show back with all the recent changes. But now, the changes have made it feel fresh, like starting over.
It's absolutely true that it's almost impossible to play a character without having any affection for him.
I think the writing on the wall is definitely there this year that this is probably our last year.
I've always found ways to bend the rules.
My brother had boxes of comic books. He was really the collector.
There's a way about it: tearing people down, but not tearing them apart.
I couldn't be playing him for this long if I didn't like him.
I find directing more satisfying.
The environment on set is very encouraging.
We never thought the show would last this long.
It's fun to play the character and then watch him later.
With network shows, writers can be so protective of every syllable.
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