"He Wants To Be A Guy, But Also Wants To Be A Man"
CB: Well, I guess the show is never going to put it in if it doesn't yield some insight into your character.
RS: Exactly. Yeah.
CB: But it would be great to do both.
RS: Yeah, absolutely. And as far as storylines go, I am as eager as anyone who cares about the show to see what is going to happen with Harry and his wife, will it work outâ€¦
CB: [laughs] Will we meet her?
RS: [laughs] Will we meet her? Will she remain as Vera did on Cheers?
CB: Right, exactly!
RS: I mean, I'm so curious. And I'm curious how this experience is going to impact Harry with the boys. Will he be in the doghouse and not be going out?
CB: And as you said before, he's been walking that line, and he always pushed back against the boys, it seemed -- there was that line in that same episode right before the party when he tells the boys, "That's my wife!'
RS: Yeah. Right.
CB: So I wonder if he'll assume that role more.
RS: It would be interesting, but like you said too, Matthew Weiner is storied for taking us in direction that we haven't even thought about yet.
CB: Yeah. Yeah.
RS: That's what I'm so excited about. I mean, I see Matt socially sometimes, and I try to get it out of him and he responds, "I don't know. We'll have to see." [laughs] And it kills me, you know?
CB: [laughs] Yeah, I've read a couple interviews he's done recently, and there seems to be a heavy implication that the next season is going to take place sometime down the road, but publicly at least, I don't think he's saying exactly when.
RS: Yeah, I have no idea. I remember reading that a little bit, but nothing further.
CB: And given that the season culminated around such an event, I wonder if he'd pick another event around which to build the story.