Bradley Cooper is my new best friend
We were dying for you to, like, get a gun or something!
Right. Give him somethin'! Well, any character who's constantly the victim, it's hard to --
Yeah, it's hard to identify or sympathize with them. I mean, after awhile, you're like, "Okay, you're a wingnut. Get on with it." I mean, that's the same thing we felt about Francie as well.
But now things have progressed...I mean, what I kind of liked is that, I think J.J. had in mind all along to have you sort of progress. I just think the first season was just sort of getting you oriented with characters, getting you to really like them.
People were just waiting for Sydney and Vaughn to get together and it's like, you know, you gotta give that a little more time. I can see the story arcs are going somewhere. Taking that time made it an even bigger payoff when Will started figuring shit out.
Yeah. Definitely. But I think that it's definitely starting to come around with my character.
Oh, I think so too. I'm glad that he's finally getting employment with the CIA and whatever. I mean, do you actually have an idea of what your story arc is? Or do you just get a script one day --
I literally have no idea.
So, like, one day you're a mild-mannered reporter and the next day you get the note saying you're gonna be a heroin addict?
Yeah. It's pretty crazy.
Like, week by week?
Week by week. Yeah.
Dude, that SUCKS.
I have no idea! We're shooting the fifth-to-last episode right now and I have NO idea what happens to my character.
Does that kind of freak you out a little bit?
You know, you sort of get used to it. It helps you, ultimately, because, all of this helps you ultimately, because it sort of toughens you up. Which you really have to be.
It also just makes you appreciate what you have, while you have it.
Yeah, I guess.
That's kind of a bullshit answer. Yeah. It drives me nuts!
[laughing -- then, in a sort of snarky voice] And you can print that.
And you can put that in. Thank you! Goodnight, everybody! I think it would really...I mean, when you do a play, or even a movie, you have the whole thing right in front of you.