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Interview with Kristen Hager and Sam Huntington of
"Being Human" on SYFY 1/8/13
January 8, 2013 3:25pm CT
Moderator: Our first question comes from the line of Jamie
Ruby with Syfy Vision. Please go ahead.
Jamie Ruby: Okay, so first question is for Kristen. Do you
feel different now that youíre considered part of the main
cast or is it just more work for you or?
Kristen Hager: Yes, honestly, I feel the same. It does mean
more days on set which Iím all for. So yes, I mean, yes, I
feel the same. Maybe slightly more included. But yes, for
the most part, exactly the same.
Sam Huntington: Sheís certainly acting more important, you
know. Sheís really taking it to the next level.
Kristen Hager: Yes, yes. Itís gone right to my head. I donít
even talk to anyone on set anymore.
Sam Huntington: Except to yell and make requests that are
wild, crazy stuff. Yes.
Jamie Ruby: All right. And Sam, I wanted to ask you, now I
can obviously not - well, right now Iím tweeting, but I know
that - Iím guessing anyway. I guess I donít really know, but
Iím guessing that theyíre not going to keep the season
forever with two humans. But are you - I mean, are you happy
getting to just some kind of play a more normal Josh or are
you looking forward to going back to being a werewolf or
does it not make a difference to you?
Sam Huntington: Well, you know, whatís cool about Josh as a
character is, whether or not heís a werewolf, heís a really
layered guy. Heís a really dynamic character, so you know,
the werewolf thing certainly is - adds, you know, a huge
other layer but the character itself is really rich. So for
me, you know, it doesnít change much other than feeling
slightly, like, Iím on the outside, you know, looking in.
Kristen Hager: Iíve taken your place.
Sam Huntington: Yes, exactly. Kristen has now taken my
place, and sheís making it known, by the way. But yes - no,
I - as I was playing it, you know, the character is -
becomes increasingly more and more feeling like heís left
out and I was oddly feeling the same way as an actor, you
know, I - all these, you know, my wonderful costars get to
do this fun stuff and now Iím, you know, looking in through
the window like the ghost of Christmas past.
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Kyle
Nolan of NoReruns.net. Please go ahead with your question.
Kyle Nolan: So following up on that, Sam, so do you and
Meaghan have, like, a former supernatural character rehab
now? Do you have to help each other out?
Sam Huntington: Yes, we formed a support group and itís been
really helpful. Thereíre only two of us so itís small but I
feel like weíll build, you know, as we look to the
supernatural thing doesnít go anywhere and I feel like we
could really help people out. I feel like maybe, so just
give it some time, you know.
No, to be honest though, I do now sympathize more with
Meaghan in the first two seasons, you know, with her being a
ghost, you know, not being able to touch anyone, all the
restrictions that were on her. I kind of felt similarly once
I got cured of my werewolfism so I definitely felt Meaghan
Rathís pain for sure.
Kyle Nolan: Yes, so last season everyone pretty much had
their separate storylines but it looks like this season
youíre really getting the band back together. Can you talk
about how thatís been?
Kristen Hager: Yes, I mean, like we spent some time talking
yesterday but I think that, like this season weíve really
gone back to what worked so well in Season 1 with the
roommates and keeping everyoneís storylines connected and
that camaraderie between everyone and the writers did a
fantastic job this season in bringing that back, so I think
everyoneís been really excited about that because we always
have the most fun on set when weíre all there together.
Sam Huntington: And, you know, it was kind of a - it was a
goal for the writers to put us all back together because it
was their favorite thing to write, too, I think as well. You
know, itís light and itís fun and, you know, we all work
pretty well together so.
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Starv
Heminio from Syfy & Talk TV. Please go ahead with your
Starv Heminio: If you donít mind, I know itís going back a
little bit, but could you guys maybe talk a little bit about
shooting the season opener this year and maybe anything that
sticks out in your mind production-wise, filming-wise?
Anything you can speak of.
Kristen Hager: I mean, it was - what happened in the season
opener? Basically Sam and I, it was just us searching for
Sally and Aidan the whole time so it was great to just - we
worked, so I think we started with a bang. We were in, like,
every day, all day which is a very good start to the season.
And also, like, right away, in Episode One, these new, like,
one specific character, the witches introduced them, like,
(unintelligible) so it just was this whole new, like,
fantastic exciting energy to the season which is such a
great way to, you know, get back into things.
Sam Huntington: I just remember digging a bunch of people
Honestly, I look back on Episode One and Iím, like, you dug
a lot of holes. You dug a lot of dead people up. That was
weird. I remember, in particular one time, there was this
one really long shot. We were in the cemetery and the hole
was only about, what, like two feet deep, but they were
shooting (a really long angle) so we had to be on our knees,
like, pretending to be, like six feet deep. And it was so
funny, like, watching it back, like...
Kristen Hager: Yes, like, Sam was amazing. It looked like he
was, and the director came over to me and was, like,
ďKristen, it doesnít look like youíre standing or digging.Ē
So I was literally, like, I didnít know what to do. So if
you watch closely, you watch the episode and rewind, you
have to look for that moment, like the long shot of us,
like, digging up Sally, youíll totally tell that Sam is,
like - that Iím completely kneeling and Sam will look very
Starv Heminio: Iíll have to look at that again. I love that
scene. Also the scenes with Donna, I thought those were
really, really fun scenes.
Kristen Hager: With Donna?
Starv Heminio: Yes.
Kristen Hager: Oh yes, I loved - like theyíre some of my
favorite, like, that we shot all year. I absolutely love all
Sam Huntington: Kristen was pretty adorable. And as we were
shooting it, she was super giddy about it, like, the whole
time, saying ĎThis is so cool.í
Kristen Hager: Exactly. Like, ďThe Craft,Ē was one of my
favorite movies as a teenager.
Sam Huntington: Oh gosh, bringing it back.
Starv Heminio: And then follow up question for you guys,
just a very general one, looking at characters this season,
obviously theyíre taking some major character twists and
turns, what are maybe some of the new acting challenges
perhaps you guys found with each of your respective roles
Kristen Hager: Acting challenges - I mean, I donít - I mean,
thereís, like every, you know, every episode always brings
with it, sort of, like a new set of challenges. I donít
know. I feel like this year Nora was, like, I donít - more
subdued and I donít know. I mean, I feel like every day is,
like, new challenges - I donít know specifically sort of
anything stood out this year as being particularly more
difficult or - I donít know. Sam, take it away.
Sam Huntington: No, you dealing with Leah was a new kind of
- new thing I guess, right?
Kristen Hager: Yes, but, like, just a new threat to the
character. I mean, as an actor, I donít know if it was more
challeng- you know what I mean?
Sam Huntington: I would say for me, like, you know, we
touched on it a little bit earlier but not - you know, for a
little bit, Iíd become not a werewolf anyway and so for me,
like, it was honestly of just a feeling of kind of being
left out, feeling left out, you know, of the party.
And, you know, that was kind of weird and totally
unexpected, by the way. I did not expect to feel that way.
It was such a surprise to me when I read initially and it
didnít really hit me until we were on set shooting and I
was, like, oh, this is kind of weird, like, Iím not one of
the gang anymore.
So that was kind of an interesting different challenge I
guess. But once again, I mean, like - much like Kristen, I
am a really talented natural actorÖ
Kristen Hager: Nora has her challenges. I just - maybe like
for me, I guess I was in more so obviously, like, longer
days but I love - but again, like, I love my job, this is
one of my favorite jobs I ever had so I donít even mind the
Sam Huntington: Sheís the best too. Having her on set is so
much fun. Sheís - I always want more of Kristen. And, like,
whenever, like, even in previous seasons, like, when I
watched an episode and sheís not in it, like, itíll take me
a second. Itíll be, like, somethingís missing...
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Robin
Burke with Fan Girl Confessions.com. Please proceed with
Robin Burke: We had the opportunity to talk to Sam Witwer
last week. And I asked him I he could trade - if Aidan could
trade places with Josh and be a werewolf instead of a
vampire if he would. And he said, ďYes, because being a
werewolf was much easier.Ē How would you two respond to
Kristen Hager: He said being a werewolf is easier than being
Sam Huntington: I think Witwer is full of shit, man.
Kristen Hager: He hasnít walked a day in our shoes. How does
Sam Huntington: No. No, well, I think probably what heís
referring to is the fact that - I mean, I donít know, like
Aidan does have it pretty rough just because heís done so
much damage in his past. So itís his own damned fault.
Kristen Hager: Yes, exactly.
Sam Huntington: You know what I mean? Heís dug his own
grave, if you will. But, you know, and I guess the other
thing you could say is, you know, werewolves I guess are
alive. You know, theyíre alive. They have blood moving
through their veins so, like, thereís that. But, you know, I
think really it all depends on the particular supernatural
being like Josh.
Kristen Hager: I was going to say, I think itís a case by
case, you know.
Sam Huntington: I think Josh tortures himself, you know,
Josh hates what he is and thatís something thatís hard to
live with. Nora, on the other hand, just like loves us.
Kristen Hager: Well, no, of course. She went through her
phase where she absolutely loved it then and then, you know,
by the end of Season Two, sheíd seen the very, very dark
side of what this new found aggression means and the
consequences that come with that. And so it scares her and
so, no, sheís like, by the end of Season Two, sheís very
much questioning what this is and whether this is what she
wanted and is really trying to grasp any sense of humanity
thatís left inside of her. So no, itís definitely a daily
struggle with her too and Season Three brings a whole new
set of obstacles and struggles comes with being a wolf.
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Kathie
Huddleston with Blaster.com. Please proceed with your
Kathie Huddleston: Hey, as the season goes forth, what do we
have to look forward to this season from your characters and
what kind of a journey to do you see them on?
Kristen Hager: I feel like, like, Season Three definitely
starts a year and a half after Season Two and Josh and Nora
have had a lot of time, just the two of them and a lot of
time to work on their relationships. So Season Three
definitely sees Josh and Nora in a much better place than
theyíve been in any of the seasons thus far.
And I feel like theyíre - I donít know, I feel weíll see
just much more of a, like, a - I donít know, like, a real,
you know, very, very human problems still that theyíll have
to deal with day to day in their relationships this season,
which is nice.
Sam Huntington: Yes, I mean, itís still like - you know, we
went to some really dark places in Season Two and itís not
that we donít go to dramatic places in Season Three. We do,
but I think that a lot of them are more grounded and
relatable. And I think that thatís something that people are
going to really enjoy. Thereís a lot more levity this year,
simply because all of us are back together again. If you
will, the band is back together.
And that was not only fun to shoot, but I think it really is
going to come across, you know, as being fun to watch I hope
and so I think thatís, you know, itís our best season yet. I
think we all agree, itís our best season yet. I really
Kristen Hager: Yes, I agree. Just like, you see so many,
like, new characters and, like, an exciting energy that -
not that it wasnít there before, but itís like a very
newness and freshness to the season this year.
Sam Huntington: Yes. Agreed.
Kathie Huddleston: And so, guys, whoís the better kisser?
Sam Huntington: Between me and...
Kristen Hager: Between who?
Kathie Huddleston: Between you two?
Sam Huntington: Iíve never kissed myself.
Kristen Hager: Iíve never kissed myself.
Sam Huntington: Iíve kissed Kristen a lot. Sheís excellent.
Kristen Hager: And vice versa.
Sam Huntington: Yes, damn, thatís right. Thatís right. No, I
practice on my arm. So I get a lot of practice with my arm,
and my wife.
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Ernie
Estrella of BuzzFocus.com. Please proceed with your
Ernie Estrella: My question - let me start with Kristen - is
- do we explore kind of Nora embracing the wolf more and
kind of becoming more an advanced wolf in a shorter time
span than what Josh went through? You know, he was trying to
repress that so much but it seems like Nora embraced that
Kristen Hager: Definitely. You want me to elaborate on why
Ernie Estrella: Well, I guess, do we continue to explore
that and how sheís able to maybe open up - open the viewers
up to the world of the wolves more than what Josh did?
Kristen Hager: Yes. Well, I mean, I feel like with Nora, she
just has so much baggage in her past and then - and Iíve
gone through so many hardships and, you know, itís like she
was a victim honestly for so long that at first being a wolf
it was scary but then right away this newfound, like, sense
of power that she felt inside, itís just like itís very
comfortable in her skin. And, you know, right away that
newfound strength was something that she embraced.
And then obviously by the end of Season Two, it had gone so
far that it was something that began to terrify her because
she saw what she was capable of because you really have no
control when youíre the wolf. And so the energy was, you
know, she was really trying to hold onto any semblance of
humanity that was still left inside of her. I really tried
to relate to that.
So by Season Three, a year and a half has passed so I feel
like Nora just found a very nice balance between really
being able to live her life as much as she can as a human
being for 29, 30 days a year and on the full moon going and
being the wolf and then returning back to a very human life.
And thatís where we are at the beginning of Season Three and
obviously things will come up, more wolves will come into
town which will then, you know, instill that sort of wolf -
the wolf urges in her once again. And thatís always going to
be a struggle for her, the balance of what, you know, do I
love this, do I hate this?
Ernie Estrella: And then for Sam, let me just - does the
fact that you kind of reached the end game, so to speak,
that you are human in the season, your motivation I guess to
be in this crowd, obviously is to be with Sally, but do you
feel kind of like a square peg in a bunch of round holes
now? I mean, do you and Sally kind of have this, kind of
almost like, oh, do we still belong here?
Sam Huntington: Yes, Sallyís an interesting entity unto
herself. She - because of all intents and purposes, sheís
still very much a supernatural being. But yes, I think, you
know, Josh has that kind of feeling like heís, yes, heís
pure but he still wants to be one of the gang so heís
feeling - yes, I think you hit the nail on the head, like a
square peg in a round hole and heís not able to - especially
with Nora, I think.
You know, heís constantly just being, like, Iím still part
of this. Iím still - Iím supernatural too. And sheís like,
no, but youíre not. You know, youíre my boyfriend and I love
you but you should embrace the fact that youíve gotten your
Kristen Hager: Have your life back.
Sam Huntington: I think itís unexpected how he reacts to his
humanity to get his life back or his, you know, curing
himself of the curse. I think he probably expected himself
to be elated and relieved and instead heís feeling like an
outsider and itís not that - because at the end of the day,
heís still in the world. Heís still there, his friend, his
girlfriend, the people he surrounds himself with are still
these supernatural beings but heís not, so anyway. Itís
really cool. Itís fun to play. Itís a really interesting
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Tony
Tellado with Syfy Talk. Please proceed with your question.
Tony Tellado: Hi guys. Itís good to talk to you again, Sam,
after New York - well, actually after San Diego Comicon and
seeing you at the Upfront.
Sam Huntington: Of course.
Tony Tellado: For both of you, I mean, just looking at your
relationship alone, you guys have been on quite a roller
coaster. Whatís it been like for you to play that and to see
it evolve from point A to where you are right now?
Kristen Hager: Itís been great. I mean, as I always say, as
a viewer, I love watching the Josh and Nora relationship.
The writers give us fantastic stuff to work with and they
have right from the very beginning, very challenging stuff
which is always great as an actor. And yes, I mean, they
keep delivering fantastic stuff for us to do so we havenít
seen the end of the Josh and Nora journey for sure. But I
can definitely say that by Season Three, as I have been
saying, our relationship is in a much more solid and happier
place than itís been the past two seasons.
Tony Tellado: Thatís cool. And for Sam, it just seems like
for Josh itís almost like be careful what you wish for
because when you get it, it might not be exactly what you
need or want.
Sam Huntington: Well, thatís it, man. I mean, thatís the
tagline for the season. Itís be careful what you wish for.
And it holds true for all of us, really, because we all did
kind of what we had to do to get what we wanted and it all
comes with a price. And, you know, with Josh, you know,
lifting the curse, you know, he was never really out to lift
it for himself. He was really out to lift it for Nora.
And so itís totally bittersweet. Itís not what he wanted or
expected and with all the characters, you know, once Aidan
is free, he arrived in a world that is vastly different than
the one that he left when he was buried. And itís dangerous
and itís scary and itís new and he has to kind of learn how
to live in it. So thatís a huge catch for him. And so yes, I
mean, thatís kind of - thatís a very appropriate theme and
one line kind of summation of the season.
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Lisa
Macklemwith Spoiler TV.com. Please proceed with your
Lisa Macklem: I was hoping you could talk a little about the
whole dynamic in the house with having Nora move inólike,
having the girlfriend now move inóand how that sort of
changes the dynamics.
Kristen Hager: Well, Josh and Nora have been living there by
themselves for a year and a half so obviously their goal has
been to bring back Sally and Aidan but then once Sally and
Aidan get back, you know, then weíd all sort of figure out
how to live with each other.
And I feel that what the audience will come to see is that,
like, Aidan and Nora have the hardest time with that dynamic
because, you know, we had our moments in Season Two where we
butted heads. And so that carried over into Season Three. So
I think itís safe to say that thereíll be a few conflicting
moments between Nora and Aidan this season.
Sam Huntington: I was just bummed out that Nora didnít
redecorate Josh and Noraís room. This place - we could just
have a paint job and maybe some new sheets. Itís, like,
still the same shithole. But - dead frogs and teeth on the
walls and just the weirdest...
Kristen Hager: We were, like, all excited but the room
wasnít real impressive.
Sam Huntington: Itís, like, a room from the movie, ďSeven.Ē
Itís like, oh god. But...
Kristen Hager: Josh is very protective of his belongings.
Sam Huntington: Very protective. He must be because none of
them left. Well, yes, that was kind of nice. But yes, so Iím
just joking. But it was kind of funny. And itís good news
all around and that Nora gets more screen time. Sheís a fun
character. And her and Josh are amazing together and itís
good stuff. I have Meaghan Rath calling me on the other line
so Iím sorry if Iím beeping. Yes, so anyway.
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Sam Maggs
from Televixen. Please proceed with your question.
Sam Maggs: Well, I think we all know that relationships are
pretty tough and take some hard work. And I think itís fair
to say that Josh and Nora have had their share of
complications with their relationship in the past. So what
do you guys think is keeping Josh and Nora together at this
point? Is it just, like, pure love or is there like a sort
of codependence there?
Sam Huntington: I think itís both of those things actually.
Kristen Hager: Well, I feel like - yes. Like, you know,
hardships bring people together or slips them apart and in
their case, it brought them together, you know I feel like
now weíre stronger than ever because of all the stuff that
weíve been through together.
Sam Huntington: And that rhymes so you should give her extra
points for that.
Sam Maggs: A-plus. I think also you guys - and Iíve heard
you say interviews that this season has a lot to do with the
consequences of your actions and both of you, separately and
as a couple I guess, did some pretty nasty things last
season. So do we see some of Josh and Noraís past kind of
come back to haunt them in the third season?
Kristen Hager: Absolutely. Definitely. Like, I can speak for
Nora. Thatís a huge arm for her this season. You know, we
find out - you know how I went off - she went off and around
the world. You find out where she went and what happened and
all the consequences from that really bubble up to the
surface in Season Three.
Sam Huntington: Which is cool in my opinion because a lot of
the times when you have a fantasy based show, itís so easy
to gloss over the things that the characters do and the
negative things, itís easy just to forget about them. So I
was really, really happy that the writers were, like, no,
no, noóyou people are definitely going to pay for what they
did and itís really cool. Itís really, really cool. And they
did a wonderful job with, you know, really ramping up the
danger and the tension.
Kristen Hager: And it adds to, again, the whole humanity of
the show. We talk over and over again about yes, itís
supernatural but these are human beings and the way we deal
with all the situations on the show is how would any of you
deal with it, how would any human deal with that? And, so
again, thatís a great aspect to the show is that everyone
has to pay for what they do.
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Krista
Chain from TV Megasite. Please proceed with your question.
Krista Chain: Okay, my question is I see that you had a lot
of guest stars in Season Three. Who were some of your
favorite guest starts to work with?
Sam Huntington: Amy Aquino plays just a wonderful character
named Donna. And she is so talented and so wonderful and so
easy going and sheís brought so much to the table, brought a
newness and a freshness to the table that was so cool. Right
of the bat, Episode One, so it really kicks it off in a neat
way. And also she just came so prepared and, you know, cared
so much. And that is so great to see when someone comes in a
just cares about the show and cares about wanting to do a
good job and do the show justice and not let anybody down.
And itís just really refreshing and wonderful. So she stands
out in my mind for sure.
Kristen Hager: Yes, Amy was fantastic. I completely agree
with everything Sam is saying. And then I had a new
character that Nora definitely has a very interesting
relationship with this whole season as Xander Berkeley, he
plays Liam, the purebred twin, Connor and Brent from last
season, heís their father. And he comes back. In Episode Two
he arrives and heís looking for answers because he hasnít
seen or heard from his children in over a year.
And so yes, I have a very - like I said, interesting
storyline with him. And he was great to work with. Fantastic
bad guy, you know, really good at his job. Knew what he was
doing. And yes, great - we had some great scenes together.
Krista Chain: Okay, and my other question, when you were
growing up, did you like to watch werewolves and vampires
and stuff like that or was this new to you?
Kristen Hager: Me, I loved it always. Like, I was saying
before, like I think each girl at some point in their youth
goes through a vampire phase. So yes, I definitely always,
always, always loved vampires and anything supernatural and
fantasy stories. And I still even now like the idea that
there could be ghosts among us.
Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Marx Pyle
of Scifi Pulse.
Marx Pyle: Well, it obviously takes a lot of CGI and special
effects to make up to turn you guys into werewolves. Maybe
Sam, not so much this season but can you talk about the
process you have to go through in a transformation sequence?
How long it may take makeup-wise and the stages you have to
go through for one of those really, like, longer sequences
where they show you in different stages of transformation.
Sam Huntington: Itís crazy, man. Itís crazy. Depending on,
like, you know, okay so youíre talking about the really
excruciating ones, right? Youíre talking about the ones that
are really the sons of bitches.
Marx Pyle: Yes.
Sam Huntington: It - you know, it depends on, you know, so
thereíre different applications. Thereís the, you know,
Kristen Hager: Yes, like, thereíre four stages of the
Sam Huntington: Yes, yes. And yes, you have your chest
piece, you have your back piece, which those are the real
beasts, if you will. Those are the real toughies because
they take the longest to apply and then you have to paint
them in. And then thereís a face application. Have ever had
Kristen Hager: I havenít had the face, no.
Sam Huntington: It sucks. Itís - yes, itís not super fun.
And, you know, and so thatís a whole thing. And then you
have your hands which, believe it or not, like, just the
claws, theyíre the easiest to apply but theyíre perhaps the
Yes, you canít - itís hard to get them off but then also,
like, peeing is tough. Peeing is really hard. So thereís,
like, just the makeup is a real bitch. And also when you put
it all on, like, the - it takes, I mean, Iíd say it takes
six, seven hours, like when you put it all on in stages.
Itís pretty intense. And then beyond that once you get into
it, you have to perform in it.
And itís not just performing, itís screaming and wailing and
straining and, you know, acting like youíre in the most
physical pain of your life and so that unto itself is
exhausting and - but the good news is, the makeup is so
uncomfortable that you - itís really hard not to be aware of
it. So it actually helps kind of get you there. So I guess
thatís good. But itís still a great job. Itís the best job.
Iíll always say, like, as an actor, like when youíre a young
person you dream of being an actor in TV and movies. Youíre
not, like, youíre not saying, ďOh, I really want to play an
accountant.Ē You know, youíre like, ďI want to play a
friggen superhero or I want to play a monster or I want to
play,Ē you know, anything thatís visceral and fun and, you
know, interesting. So I feel like weíre really lucky to have
Operator: Our next question is a follow up from the line of
Jamie Ruby with Scifi Vision. Please proceed with your
Jamie Ruby: So, I know we get to see the twinsí father. Are
we going to see the sister again? Because she - as far as I
remember, sheís still alive.
Sam Huntington: Yes.
Kristen Hager: Yes. Well, she is - we definitely see - I
donít know how to answer that. Sheís on another show, the
Jamie Ruby: Yes, I know that.
Kristen Hager: So sheís still around and we definitely find
out where she is, et cetera. But I canít say whether we see
her or not. You have to tune it to find out.
Sam Huntington: Yes. Nice. Nice work.
Jamie Ruby: All right, that works. And then this is a fan
question from Twitter. Is - do you have, like, a favorite
prop or set or something like that on set?
Kristen Hager: A favorite prop. Sam, your favorite prop?
Sam Huntington: In the living room, thereís a statute, a
little statue in the living room that weíve named Dog: The
Catman Dude because no one can really tell what the hell it
is. But heís actually featured quite a few times on the
show. And heís kind of like - I feel like heís going to be
the one, like, piece of set decoration that weíre all going
to fight over taking home when the show finally runs its
course. But I think Meaghan Rath is going to win.
Kristen Hager: Yes. I thinks so too.
Sam Huntington: I think Meaghan wins. Speak of the devil. Hi
honey. Iím good. Iím on my conference call with everyone.
Moderator: And with that, everyone, thank you for joining us
today. Please tune in to the fina- the premiere of, ďBeing
Human,Ē Season Three on Monday, January 14th at 9:00 pm. And
with your coverage, please do realize we talked about some
spoilage topics tonight, so please donít spoil any of the
big reveals in the premiere for your readers. Thank you Sam.
Thank you Kristen. Everyone have a great day.
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