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Tim has an amazing sense of humor — he makes me laugh a lot — and he understands my sense of humor.
Having the commitment to teach these kids that the best way to pull off a dramatic scene is to “point as much as possible” and then make that truthful was not only challenging, but incredibly fun.
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"What I love about series 3 is that Neal’s conflict goes from an external one (to find Kate, and avenge her death) to an internal one which is ‘do I stay or do I go?
I don’t know anybody who walks through life all the time in the doldrums, constantly serious and morose. I’m really lucky to get to work on a show that has elements of humor. It’s so rare, especially as a younger actor, to find a role where it’s not just one-dimensional and it’s not just a stock leading man. It’s one of those situations where the wardrobe completely informs the character and how they hold themselves in the world and the parts of society he maneuvers in. He’s not afraid to make eye contact with any of the ladies walking by. It was a real dream collaboration to get to work with him in a different way.
But when you’re comparing that to — I won’t list anything specifically — a lot of the shows that are pretty much straight drama the entire time, it runs the risk of being categorized as something else. And I really loved the finale because it was this buildup of so many things; [creator] Jeff Eastin constructed it really well.
To have that scene where Neal goes before the committee and testifies about why he should have his freedom was really fun to get to play.