Bradley Cooper is my new best friend
It's pretty crazy, I have to say. It's a pretty crazy ride. Especially, I do think, in terms of my character, it's been a really crazy ride.
Yes. Because you started out, mild-mannered, best friend, in love with Sydney, and all that stuff. And I thought it was sort of run-of-the-mill, initially, and then when J.J. started pumping up the action, then you realized what Will's place was. You were the one person she could trust.
And also, he was getting fed information by The Man, you know, which is this whole other thing.
Yes. And we're all sort of dying for them to come back to this Rambaldi/The Man crap.
Well, they're definitely coming back to the Rambaldi.
Do you guys have, like, a storyboard on the Rambaldi crap? Because I need, like, a diagram and a compass...
Yeah, it's pretty crazy. I'm actually glad they brought that back. Because I was a fan of that.
Yeah, I liked that too. I liked that whole, is it about eternal youth, is it about ancient weapons of destruction --
Yeah, I also think it's good where the show's going. I think it's fucking phenomenal that SD-6 is gone. I really do.
Yes. I do too!
Because think about it. The show has to be forty-two minutes long; they pack stuff in. So, they just got rid of about eight minutes of exposition.
I know! That episode was brilliant!
And how much better is Ron Rifkin out doing stuff now?
Oh, he is SO tasty. I love it when he's, like, "Satan Sloane." It's so much better when he's not being held down by any corporation.
Oh, completely. And he'd just wear a suit and then fuckin' say all this dialogue and then that'd be it. And then he'd be like, "Good luck on the mission." And that's it.
Totally. Although I did like the Conference Room of Endless Expositions where Marshall would do his requisite blathering and annoy Sloane.
And now you have that with the CIA. Which is perfect. And Kendall was BORN to be that guy. First of all, I think Kendall, Terry O'Quinn, is one of the hugest assets to the show now.
Doesn't he rock? Did you ever see his movie The Stepfather?
No, but Greg Grunberg told me about how ridiculous he is in that.
It's...it's insane. Like, there's this whole scene in the basement where he's playing with tools and having rage-a-thons. Oh, it's just kick-ass. It's one of the best B-movies EVER.