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They didn’t want us to let on to anything different or new, so they kept it really, really under wraps.They did a dang gone good job of it too because I remember calling John [Rogers], the first day that I read it, and I was like, “So, what is the deal?From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.On this date in...1970: Murial Williams returned to Another World as Lenore's (Judith Barcroft) mother, Helen Moore.Are there aspects of Hardison that you still want to explore? I want to know more about his family and his background. There have been a few offers on the table, and I’ve gotta figure out how I’m gonna play it. So, for me to do was a good chance to step outside and show people, “Hey, I’m still the actor who was there before you even knew me, doing different, crazy roles.” And then, it also makes it better when I come back to Hardison because people realize, “Okay, he understands transition.I want to see who he is, as an individual, when he’s apart from the team. If you ever look at the outtakes, she is the one who’s laughing the most. Since you’ve already finished shooting the season, do you already have more work lined up, or will you be taking a break? But, I’m always ready and willing to just keep pushing and working and going because it’s in my spirit right now. He knows how to do his job well and he knows how to keep honoring his character.” Hardison will never change. I’ve been writing scripts and having pitch meetings.HODGE: Hardison and Nate (Timothy Hutton) have always had their own very specific relationship, but now they have something new going on.
That is an element that you add to the original character to make it fun. It doesn’t confuse anything because I understand the nature of the character that I’ve created. I’ll find the next job to keep me busy between seasons. What was it that attracted you to , with writer/director Zal Batmanglij and writer/actress Brit Marling? I love Hardison to death, but the audience gets used to you playing one role for so long, and they think that’s all you can do.
They have to associate with each other a little bit differently. I’m trying to figure it out.” But, I think she’ll surprise us with what she came up with.
Aside from the Hardison-Parker relationship, what other changes are going on with the team?
Do you think it’s always important to have those sorts of shake-ups, to keep things fresh for both you and the viewers? I love my job, simply because we can keep things fresh, all the time. For us, as actors, it keeps us interested in our jobs and it keeps us coming back to work, every day. What’s it like to finally have the pay-off for the Hardison-Parker relationship? It’s good, but I think the pay-off is more for our audience because they’ve been waiting for so long.
A new setting is amazing ‘cause it’s new for the team and it’s new for our characters. You get so tired, locked into a show for so many years. Every time I step out onto the street, somebody would ask me, “So, what’s happening with y’all?