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The Fox Fall Press Junket: Dramas

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Tamara Taylor: Yeah, there are insect rights, man. I did a scene on another show with ants, and they were so meticulous about making sure that we didn't kill even one ant -- which I love -- but they're so tiny!

Sara M: So you play the coroner. I think it takes a very specific type of person to go into that line of work. Could you ever see yourself doing that?

Tamara Taylor: I think it's a gift, you know? It's a field that I don't foresee myself being really good at. I've spoken to the technical advisor about something, and it's amazing, because her description of -- I think she was talking about the lungs and she was talking about, like, the dance of the lungs and how beautiful it is, and her description of the insides of a human being were fascinating, it was beautiful.

Sara M: I always find it interesting when people have such a passion for something that most other people are completely turned off by.

Tamara Taylor: Most people would just flinch and be totally disgusted, and she just found it like a dance and gorgeous, and she kept on describing death as, she said, "Death is beautiful. It's a part of life. I'm fascinated by it. As fascinated as I am by life." And it's definitely a healthy perspective, but I don't know that a lot of people can come in...

Sara M: I worked in a pathology lab once and I found it really does take a certain type of person to go for school for so long and work so hard to deal with people who are dead.

Tamara Taylor: Yeah, it's amazing. It's a different life. It's a different mindset. I don't think I'm gifted with that.

Sara M: Do you find yourself learning a lot about this kind of stuff on your own time now?

Tamara Taylor: Oh, yeah, that's kind of one of the best parts of that is learning how the human body works. Because we've all got one, and I certainly didn't know much about it, so it's nice to be able to identify where certain things are. My favorite was the liver. It wraps around and it's huge, bigger than I ever thought. I mean, you go to the grocery store and you see a liver.

Sara M: Yeah, those are small!

Tamara Taylor: So that's what you expect they're gonna look like, but no.

Sara M: So what's coming up this season for your character? What are you really excited about?

Tamara Taylor: I'm excited about the interaction between the squints and I, because I think that that's starting to really be fun. They're starting to explore that a lot more, they're starting to explore the humor a lot more, so I've had a lot of fun with that.

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The Fox Fall Press Junket: Dramas

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The Fox Fall Press Junket: Dramas

Tamara Taylor: Yeah, there are insect rights, man. I did a scene on another show with ants, and they were so meticulous about making sure that we didn't kill even one ant -- which I love -- but they're so tiny!

Sara M: So you play the coroner. I think it takes a very specific type of person to go into that line of work. Could you ever see yourself doing that?

Tamara Taylor: I think it's a gift, you know? It's a field that I don't foresee myself being really good at. I've spoken to the technical advisor about something, and it's amazing, because her description of -- I think she was talking about the lungs and she was talking about, like, the dance of the lungs and how beautiful it is, and her description of the insides of a human being were fascinating, it was beautiful.

Sara M: I always find it interesting when people have such a passion for something that most other people are completely turned off by.

Tamara Taylor: Most people would just flinch and be totally disgusted, and she just found it like a dance and gorgeous, and she kept on describing death as, she said, "Death is beautiful. It's a part of life. I'm fascinated by it. As fascinated as I am by life." And it's definitely a healthy perspective, but I don't know that a lot of people can come in...

Sara M: I worked in a pathology lab once and I found it really does take a certain type of person to go for school for so long and work so hard to deal with people who are dead.

Tamara Taylor: Yeah, it's amazing. It's a different life. It's a different mindset. I don't think I'm gifted with that.

Sara M: Do you find yourself learning a lot about this kind of stuff on your own time now?

Tamara Taylor: Oh, yeah, that's kind of one of the best parts of that is learning how the human body works. Because we've all got one, and I certainly didn't know much about it, so it's nice to be able to identify where certain things are. My favorite was the liver. It wraps around and it's huge, bigger than I ever thought. I mean, you go to the grocery store and you see a liver.

Sara M: Yeah, those are small!

Tamara Taylor: So that's what you expect they're gonna look like, but no.

Sara M: So what's coming up this season for your character? What are you really excited about?

Tamara Taylor: I'm excited about the interaction between the squints and I, because I think that that's starting to really be fun. They're starting to explore that a lot more, they're starting to explore the humor a lot more, so I've had a lot of fun with that.

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