I think that’s kind of an interesting part of the show.
As far as other science fiction, I would say “X-Files,” which is kind of what I like about the science fiction part of our show is there’s that kind of element to it.
She does definitely work it out and gets back to her sort of...
moving on, songwriting again, more drama with Declan and just she lets go of all that anger, so definitely I think we'll get back to the Lori that we all love. I didn't realize how much that came off as - how different that was for the character.
I wanted to know your feeling about it and if you had a favorite from your childhood, or if it was “Star Trek” or if it was a certain series on television, or if you were a Battlestar fan. What is it about the show and the genre that you enjoy your work acting, if you can share that?
Like I mean even the way all the mysteries about Kyle, in a weird way you almost could believe that it could be true. Like rather than there just being a blatant monster that everybody knows doesn’t really exist or like an ET or whatever, it’s kind of like, it’s about this human brain and there’s sort of like a possibility to it in a way that makes sense scientifically that you can buy it.
That's so interesting because I never really thought about it that way of Lori got mean. That was definitely a lot of episodes of being really angry and going through everything.
But definitely in the second part of the season, what you're about to see starting on January 14th, she sort of makes peace with everything, and she does sort of - I don't know.
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