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By Suzanne

Interview with Emily Rose, Eric Balfour and Adam Copeland of "Haven" on Syfy 12/14/12

This was a great call.  These guys are so funny, particularly Eric Balfour. He had us all laughing our heads off.  Unfortunately, the two episodes they were talking about here were postponed until later in January because of the school shooting that happened this same day.

Moderator: Gary Morgenstein
December 14, 2012
2:06 pm ET

Operator: Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by and welcome to the Syfy Conference Call for Haven. During the presentation, all participants will be in a listen-only mode. Afterward we will conduct a question and answer session. At that time, if you have a question please press the 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone. If at any time during the conference you need to reach an operator, please press * (star) 0 (zero)¬¬. As a reminder, this conference is being recorded Friday, December the 14 of 2012. And I will turn the conference over to Gary Morgenstein. Please go ahead sir.

Gary Morgenstein: Hi everyone. Thanks for joining us for the Haven Season 3 Finale Call. The season ends next Friday, December 21 at 10:00 pm (Eastern Time). And I'm delighted to introduce the stars: Emily Rose, Eric Balfour and Adam Copeland. Thank you, guys, for joining us.

Emily Rose: Hey.

Eric Balfour: Thank you.

Adam Copeland: Thank you.

Gary Morgenstein: So (Wes), would you put forward the first call please?

Operator: Certainly. Ladies and gentlemen, to register for a question, please press 1 (one) followed by the 4 (four). Our first question is from Jamie Ruby from SciFi Vision. Please go ahead.

Jamie Ruby: Hi guys. It's so great to talk you again.

Adam Copeland: Thank you.

Jamie Ruby: So this is slightly different question, but what do you think your characters would most want for Christmas? And if you could give, as your character, a gift to each of you on the phone as your character, what do you think it would be?

Emily Rose: Yikes, that's a...

Eric Balfour: That's a...

Emily Rose: That's a really funny question.

Jamie Ruby: Just something different.

Emily Rose: I think I'd give her some anxiety medicine. No, I'm just kidding. More time, I guess, I mean, ultimately. But in terms of an actual gift, I think maybe materially I would get Audrey a better car. She's always got the crappiest cars. She has no cool car.

I mean, Nathan has actually no home that ever see. But I'd probably give her more time and a better car. And that's about it.

Jamie Ruby: Okay. What about the rest of you?

Eric Balfour: Adam, do you want to go?

Adam Copeland: Sure. It's pretty simple. I think Dwight would probably want a different Trouble. Being a bullet magnet is not probably the best Trouble to have, so maybe that.

And maybe a motorcycle, if we're going to go materially and vehicle-wise, yes, I could see Dwight in a motorcycle which would pigeonhole me into a motorcycle.

Emily Rose: I was going to say get Dwight a dog, Adam. Get Dwight a dog.

Adam Copeland: Yes, that would better. Give me a Husky.

Jamie Ruby: All right. Eric?

Eric Balfour: Yes. Well, just real quickly I know some of our amazing journalists who are on the call, who always follow us and talk about us and the show, which we really, really appreciate, are live tweeting right as we’re doing this and I do just want to take a second to acknowledge and send our prayers and thoughts to all those families and victims in Connecticut. I know some of us on the call didn't even know about it yet.

Emily Rose: Yes, I didn't even know what happened.

Eric Balfour: Yes - I just woke up to it and I felt remiss not to at least say something and hope that we all figure out a way to take care of each other better.

You know, it's not our place, I know, to talk about gun control or things like that, but we sure need to figure out how to support each other and take care of each other and pay attention. So I just wanted to say that and I won't dwell on it too much longer.

Jamie Ruby: Okay, well I just tweeted it.

Eric Balfour: But I guess if you were going to ask me what a perfect Christmas present for Duke would be, I think I would go with a Teddy Ruxpin doll because it would be really nice for him to have somebody to cuddle at night with because oddly enough, Duke sure seems to spend the night alone a lot.

So I think that Teddy Ruxpin - I think a Teddy Ruxpin to soothe him to sleep would be very nice.

Emily Rose: Very good.

Adam Copeland: I totally forgot about Teddy Ruxpin, man.

Emily Rose: You're going to get like 500 Teddy Ruxpin dolls.

Eric Balfour: How can you forget about Teddy Ruxpin?

Adam Copeland: I don't know.

Jamie Ruby: All right. Well thanks guys.

Adam Copeland: Thanks.

Operator: Our next question is from Jamie Steinberg with Starry Constellation Magazine. Please go ahead.

Jamie Steinberg: Hi, everyone. Thanks for taking your time to talk with us today.

Eric Balfour: Thank you.

Adam Copeland: Thank you.

Emily Rose: Hi.

Eric Balfour: Thank you.

Jamie Steinberg: And that was such a sentiment, Eric. I'm sure the families appreciate all your kind words.

Eric Balfour: Sure.

Jamie Steinberg: Well, I wanted to ask you guys, Emily and Eric especially, do you think that Duke and Audrey will ever—I guess the term these kids are using these days is—hook up?

Emily Rose: That would be good.

Eric Balfour: I thought the term was shit. I just figured out what all this kissing stuff means and now we're not using it anymore?

Adam Copeland: All right, this is really difficult.

Jamie Steinberg: Well, you know...

Emily Rose: That's too funny.

Eric Balfour: You know, I think - Em, do you want to go first?

Emily Rose: No, you go first please. I enjoy these questions. Go for it.

Eric Balfour: Oh. You know, I think there's an amazing thing about human nature where we want what we can't have. And once we get it, we sometimes don't want it anymore. And I think that's true with audiences as well.

So, I know there are people who root for Audrey and Duke to be together and Audrey and Nathan to be together. And there are people who even root for Duke and Nathan to be together and I embrace those people too.

But I think one of the beautiful dances of a show like this is that the longer we can figure out interesting and intelligent ways to bring the characters together and then pull them apart and bring them together, I think that's something that I'm always fascinated by watching because it's kind of pretty true to human nature in our lives anyways. We're constantly doing that on our own in real life.

So that would be my thoughts on it.

Jamie Steinberg: And just as we...

Emily Rose: Yes, it's definitely one of those things where you feel like if we were to have gone there in the first season or even the second season, it's something that wouldn't be necessarily as wanted even right now.

So it's really kind of interesting, these relationships, seeing all the hardships and the complications, just even getting to know each other initially and now all the challenges that in third season. I can only think of (unintelligible) in that area would be beneficial so many ways.

Jamie Steinberg: And just quickly, Adam, what do you think it is about Haven that continues to make it such a fan-favorite program?

Adam Copeland: Well, we've always said it has the sci-fi element to it and it takes place on the Syfy series. But it's more than that because Eric and Emily were just talking about the relationships that really drive the show. It's not special effects. It's not what Trouble will happen that week. It really is the ongoing saga that happens between all of the chess players.

And I think that it has elements of romance and drama and sci-fi and all of these things. So I think that's what it brings to the table.

Jamie Steinberg: Great. Thank you, guys.

Emily Rose: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question is from Reg Seeton with Please go ahead.

Reg Seeton: Hi. My first question is for Emily. Emily, what's it been like to learn the significance of the barn in relation to the challenge of understanding the timeline of Audrey, Lucy and Sarah?

Emily Rose: It’s been really fascinating because this barn has grown some prominence as the season has gone along. I think that's probably the exciting thing about the last episode: how close we get to unearthing this mythical sort of building and what is.

I still don't even quite understand everything that it is. But it's been really neat. You know, it's one of those things you sort of dance around for a long time in each of the seasons and then you finally go, ‘Oh, this is cool. We're actually going to go there. This is really interesting.’

So it's been really fun for me. And it's been fun that it feels in way like a portal in some manners of the word; kind of like the mystery of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe growing up. It's like this really interesting thing. And I'll be really fascinated to find out more about it hopefully as the seasons go on.

Reg Seeton: And Eric, since Duke's been more of a good guy this season, how do you see him as - now as compared to the first two seasons and where things will wind up this season?

Eric Balfour: Wow, that's an interesting question. I don't know that Duke is more of a good guy this season. I think he is being more true to his nature this season and it has been a really fun dichotomy to play. The writers did a really great job of writing.

But it's interesting because I think Duke always had a very clear code of honor which made him fun because he was compromising. You know, uncompromising people are sort of easy to like.

But I always think there is going to be a struggle in Duke. And I think that's what's going to continue to make him interesting. I think he's always going to struggle with his good nature because of the things that have happened to him in his life and the character that has been created and the back story that he has. I think there's always going to be a struggle.

I know that frozen yogurt is better for me but I still really like the taste of ice cream.

Reg Seeton: Good point and cool. I'm looking forward to it.

Eric Balfour: That was a joke by the way. I'm kidding, I don't like ice cream.

Operator: Our next question is from Steve Eramo with Sci-Fi and TV Talk. Please go ahead.

Steve Eramo: Hi Emily, Eric and Adam. Thanks again for taking the time to do this today. I really appreciate it.

Eric Balfour: Hello.

Steve Eramo: Hey, my first question is for all three of you. Your characters have gone through some amazing twists and turns this season and I wanted to find out what maybe have been some of the biggest acting challenges for each of you this season in playing your respective roles?

Adam Copeland: My answer is probably broader because the whole acting process to me is still very new to me. So the whole process is a challenge for me at this point because I'm really learning.

And one of the things that I really wanted to try to do is just come in with my eyes wide open, my ears wide open and just listen and watch. And that was really all I've been trying to do.

You know, this year I'm actually taking steps to try and get better at this because it's been a lot of fun and kind of cathartic and creative process that I still need. And it's still that, so that's really nice.

For me, the biggest challenge is just trying to get somewhat passable at the whole acting thing.

Eric Balfour: I just want to add that I've been really impressed by the leaps and bounds that Adam has made as an actor.

Emily Rose: I know.

Adam Copeland: Thanks, buddy.

Eric Balfour: I really am proud of you. I'll say this on the record. I remember when he did his first episode in Season 2. And I can be honest about this now, because I think he knows I love him, he was so stiff. I honestly was like, ‘Is this dude going to make it through this? I'm worried about him.’

And it was so fun to watch him blossom because he really did. I'm so proud of him that he's found a comfort level and a groove.

I mean, obviously, you don't get to where he is gotten to in his life without being talented and charismatic. But nonetheless, it's like being a great athlete in one arena. That doesn't mean that it immediately translates to some other sport. But the fact that he is this great, allowed him to.

And then he's just getting better and better and better. And now it's so much fun to watch what he does now because he actually goes beyond what's on the page now and brings something to it and makes it interesting. So it's really fun.

That being said, the most difficult challenge for me this season was having to do scenes with Adam Copeland and pretend like I didn't like him because I just want to eat him up, you know? I just want to mush him into a little ball and shove him in my mouth and suck on him.

Emily Rose: Wow. I think bringing it back around, like I do, I feel like this answer is sort of an obvious one: I think it was just creating people other than Audrey. It was really exciting for me to be able to do that.

Steve Eramo: Yes.

Emily Rose: Sarah was a really fun character to create and it was a scary challenge because I didn't know if I'd be happy with the end result.

But to be honest with you, an even harder person to create, which I'm still trying to figure out, even though she didn't have as much time as Sarah did, was Lucy because Lucy was somebody that we had met in a season prior. And she's been a visual but we never really talked to her or heard her voice, other than meeting the actual Lucy in Season 2.

Sometimes when I audition or put myself on tape for stuff when I'm out in Nova Scotia, a lot of times my agents will say, or I'll get feedback like, ‘Oh, well, they really like you. It just came off a little bit too tough.’

And all of that I attribute to playing Audrey for five months or whatever. So to snap out of her for a few scenes a day, to snap out of who Audrey is and to have the softness or curiosity or to still maintain those common threads of character traits of these women but to create different people is tricky. And it's a challenge that I enjoy, but it's still tricky.

Steve Eramo: Well, I thought you did a wonderful job, Emily—really, sincerely you did.

Emily Rose: Oh, thanks.

Steve Eramo: And just a follow-up question for you, I really enjoyed a couple weeks ago the episode where Audrey finds everyone in the town unconscious. Can you maybe, if you wouldn't mind, just talk a little bit about shooting that particular episode, anything that really sticks out for you production-wise from that one?

Emily Rose: I just remember being really, really tired the whole time.

Steve Eramo: Oh.

Emily Rose: My whole entire family was in - my husband's family was in town and also my really good friend, Nolan North, who I work on a different project with, was in town. So, after a long day of shooting, you have to prepare for the next day but then you also want to spend time with these people in your life as well.

Steve Eramo: Right.

Emily Rose: And your time is getting so limited. So I just remember this season the writers and everybody had been really, really great about giving us perspective time off to prepare and have some time to recoup in different places, being lighter in one episode or parts of the episode.

And that was the first episode in that whole season that I had to be in top-to-bottom like every single day because everybody was asleep.

Steve Eramo: Right.

Emily Rose: I think we were filming a press thing on the weekend that weekend. And I just remember it being absolutely and utterly like I was like walking around in a coma myself.

So it's kind of funny how the Troubles sometime manifest in real life. But I just remember the utter and sheer exhaustion I felt. But it was really fun.

It was really fun to work with Nolan. It's always fun to have your friends come up. And I've never experienced that. I haven’t been in this business long enough to experience like working with people for long terms again and again which is kind of just starting to happen in my life.

So it was really exciting and I was really excited to see that people responded to it because you never know what will happen when you take a lot of the main characters out for a bit, or you lower the amount of time that we see them and put them asleep. It's a big, big, big risk and it's because, rightfully so, all of the audience wants to see everybody, every week.

So it was a lot of fun and really exciting and I'm glad it ended up working out. But I sure was tired by the end of it.

Steve Eramo: Guys, thank you again for your time today and for all your hard work on the show.

Emily Rose: Thanks.

Adam Copeland: Thank you.

Eric Balfour: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question is from Heather McLachy with Please go ahead.

Heather McLachy: Hi everybody. Thank you so much for talking to us again. It's good to chat with you. So you all have had a nice, laid-back season. That was good.

Emily Rose: Ha ha.

Heather McLachy: So when we talked at the beginning of the season, you all had wrapped but you all were talking about how you really, really enjoyed the "Sarah" episode. So now that's aired and we've seen it, can you talk about the key moments in that episode? And, this, I guess, would be for Eric and Emily, what were the things about that episode that stood out for you that you thought was the highlight for the season at that point?

Emily Rose: I think - and Eric can answer this as well - it was certainly fun. I went back through my Canadian phone and was looking at all the pictures from that episode. And I just think that, you know, I love, like I can't even tell you, our cast and crew so much; they make me so happy when I think about it when I'm away.

I have great friends and family here but it's so nice to feel like you have that up in Chester. And I just feel like that episode in particular was an episode that every one of our departments showed what they were capable of and what they could do. It wasn't half-hearted at all.

It was just exciting to step down on the wharf in Lunenburg and to see all these boats and all these people and hundreds of extras at the Shore Club and everything, just all dressed up and to really create this world that was from another place. Haven's sort of timeless anyway.

But it was really exciting to see all of our departments show up and watch how proud each and every department was of what they did. And I think, if anything, it was just a big group effort that everybody really enjoyed doing. That stuck out to me the most.

Eric Balfour: Yes, I agree. I thought it was just a really kick-ass effort on the part of everyone to pull off recreating 1950s Haven. I read the script and I went, ‘Oh God, this is going to be a tragedy.’ And I was so pleasantly surprised because everybody stepped it up and went way beyond their duties and their pay grade and their budgets. Everyone just made it happen.

I was really proud of Emily in that episode. It took a lot of guts and - how do I put this? It took balls. And I know Emily doesn't have balls but in this instance, she spit out balls because she really did go for it in creating a character out of Sarah. From the voice that she used and the dialect and the mannerisms, it would have been very easy to just say, ‘Oh, okay, Sarah is Audrey but with a different color hair. Okay.’

But she didn't. She really went for it and even - and not that to throw anybody under the bus - even to some of the skepticism at the beginning of some of the producers. And I can understand they're worried. I understand. It's scary when people try things that are out of the box.

But she really - she stuck to her guns. I love actors that go for it. I love actors that try shit. And she really did. She went for it and I was just really proud of her because that's an opportunity on our show.

Look, I don't bounce around on the set and trip and fall and make silly faces just because I'm bored. Maybe I do. But we have the opportunity with our show to elicit another reality and so I think it's really awesome when we all take that opportunity and go for it. When we find the humor in strange situations and when we find the sincerity in unrealistic situations, I just think it's awesome.

Heather McLachy: Great, thank you. The other question I had is because of the additional cast members this year, there were some different mixes in terms of who got to work with [whom], which was different from the first two seasons.

Can you talk about what you liked or what you missed? I'm thinking particularly that we didn't see as much of Audrey and Nathan together but it was nice to see Audrey get to work more with Duke and Audrey to work with Dwight and then see more of the Teagues.

Can you talk a little bit about how that mixed up this year and if you liked it, or if you miss folks? How did that work for you all?

Emily Rose: Yes, I think it's really, really fun. I think that’s the gift—the Christmas gift, if I will or no, just a gift of a season—of a show that actually gets to go on this long. We're so honored that the fans have really enjoyed it.

It’s like the first season between Audrey and Duke, it's like these animals sort of circling one another and being like, ‘What are you about? What are you about?’

It was really fun for me because this year in working with Eric specifically. Audrey gets to express this other side of herself that she doesn't usually get to express necessarily with Nathan. She did a little bit at the beginning when she was being a little quirky.

But just like the scenes in Colorado when like we're sitting or kicking back some beers and she gets to let down her hair and feels safe that he's for her and that they've overcome these big things in terms the trail that he felt towards her but then how she really sees and admires and sees this other side of him.

It's a real fun relationship that they have now that they have this friendship. And it's been really neat because it just brings out the different sides of these characters.

And I think that's something I really like about the finale too is you see all these characters bump off of each other and Audrey having to face each of these characters. It is really neat to be this far along in the season since it's given that opportunity. It's exciting to not have any of that get cut short.

Eric Balfour: Yes. I was also going to say, I was really lucky because whenever you add new people, new dynamics and new personalities, you never know how that's going to mix. But I'm just really grateful that I didn't have to work with one apple this season. I liked everybody that I got to do the majority of my scenes with. I had a great time. I was really lucky in that way.

And I can't speak for anybody else who had different experiences. But I know that I dug everybody I hung out with and did most of my scenes with. So I was lucky. I was just happy. I'm just smiling. In reference to what Emily was just saying about the finale, I just want to put it out there: mind-blowing, like literally.

Emily Rose: Yes.

Eric Balfour: I'm not going to surprise anybody by saying that the season's going to end with a cliffhanger. I know you all know that and you're all aware of that.

But the season finale of this season is so epic and kick-ass. And the cliffhanger…

Emily Rose: Yes, it is pretty big. It is. It messed with me for a little bit, I have to say.

Heather McLachy: Well, I have to say I'm glad that you all are definitely coming back next year because otherwise we'd all have to be medicated.

Emily Rose: Yes.

Eric Balfour: I can't - actually, to be perfectly frank, I don't think we can completely guarantee that...

Emily Rose: I know. I would agree with that. I would agree with that.

Eric Balfour: There are some crazy things going to happen at the end of this season.

Heather McLachy: Well, congratulations on the renewal all the same. And thank you so much for talking to us.

Adam Copeland: Thank you.

Emily Rose: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question is from Tony Tellado with Sci-Fi Talk. Please go ahead.

Tony Tellado: Hi guys. It's been a pleasure to see you and talk to you at the Comic-Cons in New York and San Diego and now again over the phone.

I wanted to ask you, one of the things I enjoy—and I ran some of the clips that Syfy supplied for me of the Stephen King references on the show—I was wondering if you guys have any favorites of those. And do you like looking for them in the script when you get them?

Eric Balfour: I actually have a lackey that I pay to find all the Stephen King references for me before I leap in.

Emily Rose: I have to honestly say one of the fun things for me is watching the fans find all of that stuff. My brain is so thinking about so many other things that sometimes there will definitely be things and if we're on set, I will enjoy asking the writers, is that a reference? Is that something? I'm never going to be good at knowing all of that stuff.

I do not think I have the mind space to keep all that stuff straight. But it is really fun to ask the writers about that and then to later see the fans go crazy when there is one.

Tony Tellado: And also, as far as tonight's episode, "Reunion," because of what happens, we all know that Duke goes through a change. But is it more leaning towards comedy because of the circumstances, would you say? And that's for all of you, of course.

Emily Rose: Yes.

Eric Balfour: Okay. Yes. First of all, I know that I'm funny-looking but I don't think that means it's comedic. I have a big nose. know what? My big nose, it's literally - it is just an extension of how proud I am of my Judaism.

Emily Rose: Hey, it's good. It's a handsome one. It's handsome.

Eric Balfour: Thank you.

Tony Tellado: Happy holidays, by the way.

Eric Balfour: Emily, fellow Jews around the world appreciate you right now for that.

Emily Rose: I'm telling you, it's hot. Yes, I think the thing that was kind of crazy for me about this episode tonight was I was a little perplexed, to be honest with you, that it was a more a comedic sort of episode. I remember that you saying, ‘Really, the second to the last episode is going to be a bit more light-hearted? How is this going to work? We're coming into this big, huge, massive cliffhanger and we're going to laugh?’

And I just remember being very pleasantly surprised and going okay, it's kind of like the calm before the storm, you know? It's good to have some humor before it all hits the fan.

So yes, I think it was really great and definitely fun to film that episode. I remember having a good time filming it.

Eric Balfour: It was also nice to see you and Nathan dance a little bit too. That was kind of cool.

Emily Rose: Oh, and we danced to the most amazing song. I was laughing my butt off. It's hilarious. I was like really? We're playing this right now? This is so high school reunion. This is amazing.

Tony Tellado: Well, thanks guys. What an awesome season. The show continually kicks my butt every time I tune in. And I can't wait to see what you got—what surprises are awaiting us in the finale. Thanks again.

Emily Rose: Thanks so much for writing about it. We really appreciate it.

Adam Copeland: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question is from Suzanne Lanoue from The TV MegaSite. Please go ahead.

Suzanne Lanoue: Hi guys, love the show.

Eric Balfour: Thank you.

Emily Rose: Thank you.

Suzanne Lanoue: I was wondering, is there anything else that you can tell us? Any hints or anything about this week's show or the season finale?

Adam Copeland: Without giving away anything, and Emily already kind of touched upon, there's one really amazing scene for me as a character in the show and then also, just for me, Adam, sitting there watching this and seeing all of my friends, there's one moment where you see everyone and all on one spot.

And it's very, very cool to see that because, well, for me personally, as the character who fights, interactive one-on-one or in groups of twos or threes but never all of that. So it was just seeing the scope of kind of the landscape that they painted, along with the landscape of the scene, the physical attributes of the scene, it's pretty epic, is the right word.

Suzanne Lanoue: All right. Anyone else have any more information?

Eric Balfour: You know what? I'm feeling charitable.

Emily Rose: Wow!

Eric Balfour: I'm just going to reveal a huge secret. I'm just going to do it and see if I get in trouble.

Emily Rose: Oh, my God.

Gary Morgenstein: That's epic. I really - as always, I appreciate that. You know that. Merry Christmas.

Eric Balfour: Yes. So I'm going to go for it. So in the season finale...

Suzanne Lanoue: Yes?

Eric Balfour: Duke, Audrey, Lucas and Dwight...

Emily Rose: Nathan, you mean? Nathan and Dwight?

Eric Balfour: All right, Audrey, Duke, Nathan, Dwight and Vince and Dave all have an orgy.

Suzanne Lanoue: I knew you were going to say that.

Eric Balfour: There it is. It's true. And get your DVRs ready.

Suzanne Lanoue: Have you been having a little bit of eggnog or is he always like this?

Eric Balfour: Get your DVRs ready. That's all I'm saying.

Suzanne Lanoue: Emily, you mentioned Nolan North. I love him and I know a lot of other people who love him because of his character on Port Charles. I don't know if you saw him on that.

Emily Rose: Oh, right. Yes.

Suzanne Lanoue: Do you think he might come back sometimes to the show?

Emily Rose: I know that Nolan would absolutely love to. And he and Shawn talk often. Shawn's one of our executives producers. So it wouldn't surprise me but I have absolutely no clue or control over any of that stuff. I'm not sure but it was really fun to have him around, for sure.

Suzanne Lanoue: I'll bet. And speaking of former soap opera stars, is it safe to say that Bree Williamson is not coming back for Season 4? Is that something you could tell us?

Emily Rose: Oh man, I have no clue. I have no clue.

Suzanne Lanoue: She was revealed in the last episode to really be the bad guy who kills people and skins them. She's probably dead, right?

Emily Rose: Well, is she though? Is she? I don't know about that. We'll see. You never know with Haven.

Suzanne Lanoue: All right. Well, thank you very much to all of you and happy holidays.

Eric Balfour: Thank you. I would just add that of all the characters throughout the seasons who have passed on to the other side, gone away, Bree was one of the saddest for me. We all loved Bree. So...

Emily Rose: We loved her.

Eric Balfour: If there is a way for Bree to live and come back, we would all be for that.

Emily Rose: Yes. That was a really sad day in the trailer when we were talking about that.

Operator: Our next question is from Erin Lilley with Paranormal Pop Culture. Please go ahead.

Erin Lilley: All right, yes. This is for Adam Copeland: I was wondering if we will learn any more about Dwight's back story in the (same) season?

Adam Copeland: I honestly - I have no idea. Little by little, I think, layers have kind of been peeled back. If you were to compare Haven to The Avengers, I think Dwight is kind of like the Thor and Duke is kind of Iron Man. And Nathan is Captain America. And Audrey, I guess, would be Black Widow. So I look at it in those terms.

Eric Balfour: Wait, who was I?

Adam Copeland: You're Iron Man.

Eric Balfour: Oh, that's cool. Okay, cool.

Adam Copeland: Yes, it's a pretty good comparison. I mean, it's...

Eric Balfour: Yes, that's pretty good. I like that one. Thank you. I appreciate that.

Adam Copeland: You're welcome, you're welcome. So I kind of look at it in those terms. If you see too much of Thor, it could get old, as good as I thought the movie was. So I think...

Eric Balfour: Wait a minute. You're Thor?

Adam Copeland: Yes, I think I'd be more Thor, yes.

Eric Balfour: Oh, that's - okay, sorry. I was going to go with the Hulk. Never mind.

Adam Copeland: So I guess in answer to your question, hopefully. And I think I'll take that as a challenge because if we do start to get into a little bit of the back story then it will be more of an acting challenge for me so that will be good.

Erin Lilley: Thank you so much. It's funny you'd say Thor because that's what you're called in my household. You're kind of a favorite there. So thank you so much for answering.

Adam Copeland: Thanks.

Operator: The next question is from Judy Manning of Please go ahead.

Judy Manning: Hi. Thank you so much for taking the call everyone.

Emily Rose: Hello.

Judy Manning: Thank you. This first question is for Emily. So Audrey has been somewhat accosted by the Bolt-Gun Killer, the aka skinwalker who is now inhabiting Claire's skin. Gross.

Do you think that the Bolt-Gun Killer is trying to get more information from Audrey from her past lives as Sarah and Lucy? Or do you think that he's using her as leverage to get more information out of the Teagues brothers who obviously know way more than they're letting on?

Emily Rose: Well, that's a hard question to answer because I sort of know the answer to that question. And I think you guys will all but know the answer to that question too, at the end of the season. So I can't really say. I can't really say. I just know that she's been or he's been uncomfortably close and definitely has had their reasons, so…

But you'll know in a couple of weeks.

Judy Manning: Okay. And this next question is for Eric. Will Duke get all silver-eyed before or by the season finale? And will someone else that we know perish at his hand?

Eric Balfour: Do you want my honest answer?

Judy Manning: Well, hopefully.

Eric Balfour: I don't remember. I don't remember. Do I go all silver-eyed? Can we stop referring to it as all silver-eyed? I have a contextual issue with the word "all."

Judy Manning: I guess so.

Eric Balfour: This week's episode, Duke is going to have his own problems to deal with and he's going through a lot this week and going through many, many changes. Duke becomes a man this week, oddly enough, in a weird way, if you get my meaning.

Judy Manning: Got you.

Eric Balfour: But in the season finale, does Duke - I actually - I don't remember. But there's so much going on this season in the season finale that you won't miss that if it doesn't happen.

Somebody very well may die at Duke's hand in the season finale.

Judy Manning: Huh. Okay. And then I have another question for Adam. We know that Dwight is considered the cleaner and he's very familiar with the Teagues brothers but Dwight is also a member of the Guard. Did you know that about your character when you signed on as a regular on the show?

Adam Copeland: No, because this wasn't originally supposed to be a regular on the show so this is all just fallen into place, I think, as we've gone which can make it challenging in one respect because you don't necessarily know where it's going.

But at the same time, I was kind of used to that in the old gig so it's need to be still on your toes and kind of seeing surprises and things that you maybe weren't expecting.

But I do like the aspect that Dwight is the cleaner and that means he's going to interact with everyone. And there's going to be a lot of things that you don't see that he does that could play into things later on.

But I really liked and enjoyed the interaction with the Teagues, with Vince and Dave because as actors, Richard and John are just so much fun to work with too. And every time I watch the show and they pop on, I just - I get a smile on my face. They really add an element to the show. And I've said this numerous times that I think it's needed in the show and it was a lot of fun to work them more this year.

Judy Manning: Now, did you have any say in how large that tattoo was on the back?

Adam Copeland: Well, we just had to figure out how it was going to translate. And added to that, the day we did it, and you can't tell which was amazing to me, so props to everyone in all the different departments, because it was a monsoon that day. The rain was like sideways. It was about 10 Celsius. It was right on the water.

And to get the tattoo to actually stay in the midst of that, the grave that I was digging was filling up and the ashes were actually floating. That's how much it was raining.

So the biggest challenge wasn't so much the size as just keeping it on once it was on. And we actually did it in four different pieces. That's how big it was.

Judy Manning: Holy cow.

Adam Copeland: Yes.

Judy Manning: Well, thank you so much and I really appreciate the call. And I just wanted to have one final wild-hair theory about the Bolt-Gun Killer. I think it's Agent Howard, just my theory.

Operator: Our next question is from Robin Burks, Please go ahead.

Robin Burks: Hey everyone. Thank you for taking the time to speak with us today.

Emily Rose: Hi.

Robin Burks: My question is actually for all three of you. What similarities do you share with your characters and what are the differences?

Emily Rose: Well, I'm going to go first because I actually have to hop off the line really quick. I'm so sorry.

I feel so bad I have to go. But I think for me the one similarity, I can be really stubborn and not give up on things and be a little prickly at first when I get to know people because you feel like in this nomadic life you get to know a lot of people and the people that are the most sensitive are the most prickly.

And I feel like I share that with Audrey. And I also just feel like I share the deep need to have really, really close friends and to love on them well and have good close friends and family. And I don't think she's ever had that but she definitely has that really deep need. And that's all I'm going to say about that.

But I want to say thank you to everybody. I'm so sorry I have to go. Thank you for watching the show and I can't wait for you to see the end of the season. So bye, guys. Thank you. Love you all.

Eric Balfour: See you, Em.

Robin Burks: Thank you Emily.

Emily Rose: Bye-bye.

Eric Balfour: I think for me, Duke and I both have very striking facial features that are very similar. And I think the biggest difference between our characters - actually along the same lines - is that Duke's nose is much bigger than mine. That's all I got.

Adam Copeland: In that case, I'd say I think Dwight is, for the most part, a pretty stand-up guy.

He's definitely got some demons. You know, he's got a few things that haven’t been uncovered yet, but I think for the most part, he's one of those guys that if you're on his side, you kind of have a comrade for life.

But if he doesn't trust you going in, then there's always going to be that little bit of a chip on his shoulder. But I think, as a whole, I think Dwight's just a pretty good, stand-up guy that wants to do the right thing.

Robin Burks: One follow-up question. Are we going to get to see the Colorado Kid on screen, at least in this season?

Adam Copeland: Do we?

Eric Balfour: I don't know. I don't know.

Adam Copeland: Do I give away anything if I say?

Eric Balfour: I honestly - I don't think it would be very much fun to say yes or no because we do know the answer but either way, it will be a disappointment if we reveal if it's no which it could be or if it's yes.

Because if you say no, it makes sense because obviously we want to keep that mystery going, you know, because the show's going to continue. We know we've been picked up for a fourth season.

At the same time, yes, we do want to start to resolve some of these things and pay off some of the stuff and so you want to say yes. What I really want to say is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

Robin Burks: We can just go into maybe for a moment. Thank you for that.

Eric Balfour: I just really enjoy the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. I think it's a really good movie which has nothing to do with supercalifragilisticexpialidocious because that was Mary Poppins but, you know, there it is.

Robin Burks: All right, thank you.

Operator: Our next question is from Erika Blake with Please go ahead.

Erika Blake: Hi guys.

Adam Copeland: Hi.

Eric Balfour: Hi.

Erika Blake: Hi. I had a question for all of you. And I was wondering if you could tell us what was the biggest thing that surprised you each about your character this season?

Adam Copeland: I think for Dwight, the reveal of possible membership or at least past membership in the Guard. I think that was, for my character, the biggest reveal. And for me reading it, I was like oh, okay, this adds a new element that's pretty cool.

Eric Balfour: Yes, yes. I think the most shocking reveal this season for me - and it was particularly shocking because it didn't actually make it into an episode - but I was shocked to find out that Duke is allergic to shellfish.

Erika Blake: Is that you trying to insert something of yourself into your character?

Eric Balfour: It's true. Actually, yes, I am allergic to shellfish as well. So I take back my earlier response about us having similar facial features and now what is similar about Duke and I, I will say, is that we are both allergic to shellfish.

Adam Copeland: And maybe that's why Duke's nose is bigger because he ate the shellfish and he was just swelling.

Eric Balfour: Okay, you know what dude? That's racist, okay? That's racist. I can say I have a big nose. You can't say I have a big nose.

Adam Copeland: I've got a big forehead.

Erika Blake: All right, thanks guys.

Adam Copeland: Thanks.

Eric Balfour: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question is from Stacy Roberts, of Seriously? Please go ahead.

Stacy Roberts: Hi Eric, you do not have a big nose. I just want to say that. At least I've never seen it looking big.

Eric Balfour: Thank you very much. And then now you bring in another ailment. Now apparently I have body dysmorphic disorder. Thanks.

Stacy Roberts: Okay, well that you do have. Just kidding. We spoke you all at the beginning of the season and you really couldn't say much. What did you want to say on that conference call that you couldn't?

Eric Balfour: That's actually a really good question.

Stacy Roberts: Thank you.

Eric Balfour: Now that we've seen how some things have transpired, there are lots we can talk about that we didn't want to reveal. I think the biggest thing that we have seen this season is that we knew so little about what we thought about all of the characters.

Unlike past seasons, and I think maybe it was my character, to some degree that was true, and then other seasons you were always a little bit unsure of Duke, but this season, we introduced the character of Tommy, who we revealed wasn't really even Tommy. We've seen that happen now with Reid's character. There have been reveals about the character that we introduced, Jordan. We're learning things about Dwight's past. We're learning about the other incarnations of Emily's character: Sarah and Lucy.

These huge character reveals were very difficult to talk about because they're so pivotal to the story line this season. And I am still excited to say that there is so much more to be revealed in the last two episodes of the season that are huge.

And I can't say enough about this season's cliffhanger. I mean, it's cruel in some ways what we're going to do to the fans. And we're doing it because we love you. I just want to make that clear. We're doing it out of love and it’s for your own personal growth and evolution.

Gary Morgenstein: And on that note, the call is over. Thank you, Eric. Thank you, Adam. Thank you, everyone. Have a wonderful happy holiday. Thank you, Eric and Adam. Take care. Have a great vacation, Eric.

Eric Balfour: Thank you very much guys.

Gary Morgenstein: Thank you. Take care, everyone.



NEW YORK - December 3, 2012 - Season three of Syfy's hit series Haven comes to an explosive conclusion on Friday, December 21 at 10PM (ET/PT) when Audrey (Emily Rose), Nathan (Lucas Bryant) and Duke (Eric Balfour) square off against the Bolt Gun Killer - and Audrey's own life-threatening fate.

In this conclusion of her two-episode story arc, guest star Laura Vandervoort (Smallvillle) plays a woman driven to the brink of madness by love.

With all of the mysteries Audrey has been investigating-the Bolt Gun Killer, the search for her son, The Guard and her own past in Haven-converging at the same place and time, Audrey must face hard truths and make a terrible decision as the very existence of Haven hangs in the balance.

Haven is enjoying its best season ever among Adults 25-54 averaging 1.2 million viewers (based on Live +7 data), will return in 2013 for a fourth season of 13 all-new episodes. Building upon last season's successful Twitter integration, Haven continues to maintain a strong social footprint through the creation of custom content for Facebook, Twitter and YouTube while driving social discussion with a hidden #escapetohaven hashtags throughout each episode.

Haven, based on the novella The Colorado Kid from renowned author Stephen King, follows former FBI agent Audrey Parker, who becomes a cop in the small town of Haven, Maine, and soon discovers the town's many secrets, which also hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of her lost past - This season the story behind those secrets is finally revealed and all of Audrey's questions will be answered leading up to Haven's shocking Season three finale.

From leading independent studio Entertainment One (eOne), Haven is co-commissioned by Shaw Media in Canada and globally via Universal Networks International (UNI).

The creative team behind Haven includes executive producers John Morayniss (Rookie Blue, Hell on Wheels) from eOne Television and David MacLeod (Legends of the Fall, The Ray Bradbury Theater) of Big Motion Pictures, who are joined by Lloyd Segan, Shawn Piller, Scott Shepherd (Stephen King's The Dead Zone, Greek) of Piller/Segan/Shepherd and Matt McGuinness (Journeyman, Dark Blue) as well as Sam Ernst & Jim Dunn (Stephen King's The Dead Zone), who also developed the series.

Haven is produced by Entertainment One and Big Motion Pictures in association with Piller/Segan/Shepherd and airs on Syfy in the U.S., Showcase in Canada and internationally on Universal Networks International's channels. Entertainment One controls the worldwide distribution rights to the one-hour series and concluded a deal with Germany's Tele München Group (TMG) for the television rights in Continental Europe.

About Syfy

Syfy is a media destination for imagination-based entertainment. With year round acclaimed original series, events, blockbuster movies, classic science fiction and fantasy programming, a dynamic Web site ( and a portfolio of adjacent business (Syfy Ventures), Syfy is a passport to limitless possibilities. Originally launched in 1992 as SCI FI Channel, and currently in more than 98 million homes, Syfy is a network of NBCUniversal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies. (Syfy. Imagine greater.)

About Entertainment One

Entertainment One Ltd. (LSE:ETO) is a leading international entertainment company that specializes in the acquisition, production and distribution of film and television content. The company's comprehensive network extends around the globe including Canada, the US, the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Benelux, France, Germany, Scandinavia, South Africa and South Korea. Through established Entertainment and Distribution divisions, the company provides extensive expertise in film distribution, television and music production, family programming and merchandising and licensing. Its current rights library is exploited across all media formats and includes more than 24,000 film and television titles, 2,700 hours of television programming and 45,000 music tracks.

About Universal Networks International

Universal Networks International, the international channels division of NBCUniversal, is one of the world's premier entertainment portfolios, delivering quality content and compelling brands to over 176 territories across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Asia Pacific. The brands in the portfolio include Universal Channel, Syfy, 13th Street Universal, Studio Universal, E! Entertainment Television, The Style Network, DIVA Universal and Golf Channel. These unique brands deliver a full range of entertainment experiences to local audiences across the globe. Universal Networks International also operates Movies 24 and has a controlling interest in the KidsCo joint venture.

Universal Networks International is a division of NBCUniversal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news, and information to a global audience. Comcast Corporation owns a controlling 51% interest in NBCUniversal, with GE holding a 49% stake.

About Shaw Communications Inc.

Shaw is a diversified communications and media company, providing consumers with broadband cable television, High-Speed Internet, Home Phone, telecommunications services (through Shaw Business), satellite direct-to-home services (through Shaw Direct) and engaging programming content (through Shaw Media). Shaw serves 3.4 million customers, through a reliable and extensive fibre network. Shaw Media operates one of the largest conventional television networks in Canada, Global Television, and 18 specialty networks including HGTV Canada, Food Network Canada, History Television and Showcase. Shaw is traded on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges and is included in the S&P/TSX 60 Index (Symbol: TSX - SJR.B, NYSE - SJR). For more information about Shaw, please visit

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