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When things started to go awry, luckily it was not Claudia’s fault. Could the two of you tell us a little bit about how you feel about the growth of your characters over the past couple of seasons?For me it’s just one of those awesome things where I was actually only contracted to be in seven episodes a season. And they just sort of kept on chucking me in to the point where, you know, now I’m all episodes, my character is running Global Dynamics and it’s just – it’s a nice thing to work hard and try to do the best job you can and have that noticed and have them continue to, you know, employ me. And on my side of things, I mean, similarly when I joined the cast in Season 1, I came in late, I showed up in Episode 4. In “Film, Friends and Fruit Pies”, while Frankie and Mike try to figure out which household appliance a piece of plastic belongs to, Brick (Atticus Shaffer) becomes a tyrannical director when he casts Cindy and Troy to re-enact scenes from “Knots Landing” for a school project.Sue’s (Eden Sher) excitement over having new friend Lexie become her college dorm roommate quickly sours when she finds herself being charged for half of the new things that Lexie is spontaneously buying for the room.But I certainly would love to have say a scene where, yes, maybe there’s some video or something like that, some recording of the previous Fargo maybe giving a speech, maybe, you know, chastising some people, but it would be super fun to play jerk face Fargo.So I’m hoping that maybe we get something out of that.So Fargo decides to start making a version of that in Eureka and invites Claudia over to come pick up a batch and then science happens and mystery happens and Claudia helps save the day and solves some puzzles that are happening and explosions happen and sparks and stuff and it’s a really fun episode.
Because I think last season it was getting a little bit away from that and kind of verging into the ridiculous where he was just a completely, like, there was a point where I was like why would anybody do this? The town is going to blow up and he’s worried about, you know, this small little thing.
And really by brute force Claudia was an outsider who sort of fought her way in and had to figure out where she fit within this group but has become such an integral part of the family that, you know, she’s sort of everyone’s little sister, little nerdy sister. It sort of opened up a lot of things this season being old bumbling Fargo who is now thrust into running GD and trying to pretend to be this sort of power hungry kind of jerk face.
Neil, you’ve mentioned already about Fargo’s being the boss at Global Dynamic and it’s been interesting watching that arc unfold, but I think it’s even more important that it’s in a Eureka where everything is different. And it’s fun sort of playing the public and private Fargos and, you know, the difference between that.
I know it has something to do with Wil Wheaton coming back as well.
But all I’ve heard is that there’s a possible love triangle in the works.So the Warehouse fights back because we discover that an important component of the computer system is half of a man’s brain.