I was nervous, but when you get back on that stage and the writers know your character so well [it comes back immediately].
For me, that whole show, for my character, is standing in front of Emmy terrified of what she's going to say and how she's going to yell at me.
At the end of “Tell Me You F—ing Need Me,” Fiona ultimately rejects him.
Do you really think that's forever, or is there room for him to pop in and out of her life as seasons go on?
Their relationship evolved into something different than it was before.
So people will leave and people will return and people will change.
Many celebrities are very much committed to their professional life which overshadows their personal life.
Even if the personal life of celebrities is kept behind the curtains, their fans and followers will never stop finding out the information about their life off the screen.
Andrew Stearn, [showrunner] John Wells' right-hand man, called and said John had an idea.
I guess there had been a lot of rallying from Emmy and the cast to bring back my character because [they] felt like something was missing — maybe some heart — that they felt our relationship brought out in the story.From my perspective when I was saying those things, if I play Jimmy/Steve from the perspective of "I don't really mean these things" then I'm playing a sociopath, and you can't play a character like that.A character has to believe everything that he's saying, so of course, absolutely, 100 percent that character has to believe everything that he's saying.These two are meant for each other; they are the heart of the story; it's .