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Interview with Jennifer Love Hewitt of "The Client List" on
Jennifer Love Hewitt is great. I enjoyed her work a lot
in past films and TV shows, especially "Ghost
Whisperer". She is starring in this new show, where she does great
work. Read my review!
I enjoyed speaking with her. She seemed very nice and
bubbly, very enthusiastic and sweet.
Even though it says "moderator" below, those are all
different people asking questions. I asked the ones about the show
runner, whether she gets involved in the writing, and the karaoke.
Lifetimeís Q&A Session with Jennifer Love HewittĖ The
Thursday, March 29, 2012, 6:30pm ET
Moderator: What made you want to be a part of the television version of
this? We know you starred in the film version.
Jennifer: We had sort of joked around when we were doing
the movie about how fun it would be to sort of turn this into a series
and really get in deeper with the lives of the women in the spa and
everything. So when the movie did really well, I talked it over with
everybody and said letís pitch it and see what they think and here we
Moderator: How has your online promotion helped with the television show?
Youíre a big part of Twitter nowótaking pictures from the set and things
like that. How has your social networking enhanced interest in the show?
Jennifer: I have to say that by nature, Iím sort of like a 90 year old
woman, so the whole Internet thing and the Twitter thing and Facebook
and all of that Iím very new to. But I am quite shocked at how much fun
it is to be able to reach out to people on a daily basis and keep
content out there, and how much it actually really does help promote
things in such a different way.
I also feel like sometimes as actors and artists, we donít really get to
be an effective integral part of the promotional process, other than
doing interviews. With Twitter and Facebook now and all of this stuff,
it really allows us to play and have fun vis-ŗ-vis the pictures that I
send every day out on Twitter or little videos or whatever it is. I feel
like Iím getting to promote the show in my own way as well, and Iím
really enjoying it. Itís a lot of fun.
Moderator: You love your love quotes.
Jennifer: I do love my love quotes. I really do love them and also
sometimes just during the day, because I have to film the show or they
get mad at me, I donít have enough time to think of all these original
Tweets. So the love quotes are great, because I can Tweet those back out
and people feel like Iím thinking of them and I can say something, but
Iím not always having to be like I just ate a hot dog, so itís nice.
Moderator: What do the men in your life think of you playing such a
provocative role week to week?
Jennifer: The men in my life are our crew members and the actors that I
work with like on the massage table, theyíre pretty happy about it
because theyíre usually getting massaged. My one male dog is very
jealous, because Iím gone a lot with the hours.
Moderator: Are even your male friends perhaps intimidated by you playing
such an intense role or provocative role?
Jennifer: No, but I have had a lot of my guy friends be like, ďSo have
you learned anything in massage yet because can I get a massage?Ē Iím
like, ďI just worked 14 hours, no; you cannot have a massage. Thatís not
what we do there.Ē I think people are having a pretty good time with it.
Moderator: But youíre enjoying it overallófilming and everything?
Jennifer: I am; I love it. Itís a lot of fun.
Moderator: How did you mentally prepare for that first scene at the
massage parlor and did you get as nervous as your character Riley did?
Jennifer: It was a little nerve wracking the first day for sure. It is
stillóessentially even though weíre actors the guys are strangers to me
at the time. Iím sort of there in lingerie and everything, but I will
say that the guys that weíve hired so far have just been just such
gentlemen, theyíve been so lovely. I think itís awkward for them also
because IĎm in lingerie, theyíre in pretty much nothing, but weíre in
front of so many people. But it is a very intimate thing to have to
massage people, so it does take a couple of takes to sort of feel
comfortable with it.
Moderator: Since the show is on Lifetime, obviously thereís only so much
they can show, but if it aired on like HBO or Showtime instead and the
role actually required nudity, would you still have done it?
Jennifer: I wouldnít have done nudity, no. Thatís not something that I
feel particularly comfortable with. I also think that itís sexier not to
show everything. I feel that peopleís imaginations can do way more, so
no it probably would have been a different consideration for me.
Moderator: I was watching the scene where Riley comes home from work and
her mom asks her how her day is and she sort of brushes her off and it
made me think. Have you ever done anything in your life where you had to
keep a big secret from your loved ones, so that you can relate to this?
Jennifer: It wouldnít be a secret now, would it, if I tell you? No, I
really havenít. Iím a pretty bad liar and Iím not very good at keeping
secrets. Iím one of those people who is like, ďLet me tell you what
happened today. Youíre never going to believe it.Ē So I feel like I
probably would not be as good at this as Riley is.
Moderator: Can you talk about the research you did? Did you actually go
to a massage parlor?
Jennifer: No, I chose not to. For me, the funny thing is that even though
the show has this provocative sort of setting and I know what people are
talking about is this sort of happy ending aspect of the show and
everything. For me, the part that I did more research on was being a
single momóplaying a Texas woman in economic struggles, somebody who
emotionally has to carry all of these secrets and all of this
loneliness, and all of the stuff that she struggles with emotionally in
Iím from Texas. All the woman in my family are from Texas, so I did more
research in spending time with them and the women that I know and being
single moms, and how they hold it all together with a full time job than
I did the happy ending part of it, because for me thatís not who Riley
is. Thatís where Riley finds herself, but that is not who she is, so I
chose not to do research on that aspect of things, because it wasnít
something that I needed to know how to play the part.
Moderator: You are from Texas and the show is set there - is there
anything that you drew on from your personal experiences to create the
character or the setting or anything like that?
Jennifer: Definitely. Itís really funnyóRiley and Linette are sort of
these great combinations of my own mom. I feel like Riley is who my mom
definitely was in her 20s and 30s and still so much of her sort of
spirit. I feel like Linette is kind of how my mom is now in so many sort
of great waysónot in what they do in the show necessarily, but sort of
in the spirit of who they are. Iíve really drawn a lotómy mom was a
single mom who did have a boy and a girl. She was a Texas mom and all of
Iíve gotten to go back to my original accent, which has been really fun
for me, but itís hard to drop now sometimes when I go home. So I talk
goofy, and my friends are like, ďWhat are you doing?Ē So that part of it
has been really fun and itís been good. Itís reminded me how lucky I
feel to be from Texas and how much I just love this spirit there, so
itís been nice.
Moderator: Your promo where you sang ďHey, Big SpenderĒ was pretty
popular. Are you looking to get back into singing or recording albums ?
Jennifer: Iíd like to at some point. Theyíre keeping me pretty busy at
this moment, but I would definitely like to do that again someday.
Moderator: How do you feel about women like Riley who are caught between
conventional work and perhaps comprising their morals to get ahead?
Jennifer: I think itís realistic. It may not make people comfortable and
it begs the question of are there any other options. For her there isnít
at the timeófor Rileyóand I think people are just going to have to try
to be as nonjudgmental about that as possible, but I do think that this
real. The story that weíre telling is real. There really is economically
families that are put in these positions. There are women out there who
are in sex worker positions that you would run into them at the grocery
store with their hair piled on top of their head and have no idea and
itís a reality.
So I feel like as women and men and people on the planet, you just have
to do the best with what life gives you. Hopefully on our show people
will have a lot of fun watching Riley do the best with what life has
offered her, and itíll be an interesting series.
Moderator: Given the double life that Riley leads, whatís the biggest
challenge for you in playing her?
Jennifer: Not eating pasta because Iím in lingerie all the time! I miss
pasta so much. Probably my biggest challenge is not eating all the food
that I want to eat sometimes.
Moderator: Do you think your stint on Ghost Whisperer really helped you
in terms of getting ready for this role, and if so, in what ways?
Jennifer: Theyíre two completely different roles. It definitely prepared
me for the work schedule and for the hours, and for whatís itís like to
promote a new show and all of those things. But as far as emotionally,
theyíre so different. Such different people, so in that way, not really,
but definitely in the off camera aspects of how to live a life and work
these kinds of hours and do this sort of job, it definitely helped for
Moderator: What role do you like playing moreóThe Client List right now
or Ghost Whisperer, or do you like both of them?
Jennifer: I like both of them. Again, theyíre two totally completely
different parts. I will say that thereís one common theme between them,
which is their empathy and that is something I apparently am very
attracted to in the characters that I play, because I loved that about
Melinda and really do love that about Riley. I think sheís quite
possibly to a fault, one of the most empathetic people Iíve ever met,
and I think thatís a really lovely quality, and itís hard to find in a
human being. I like that about her and Melinda was that way as well, so
I think in that way they were sort of similar, but I couldnít choose a
favorite one. I like not always having to talk to dead people.
Definitely giving a massage beats the crossover any day, but I like
Moderator: How hard was it for you to decide to jump back into a TV
seriesóregular role again?
Jennifer: It took some thought, but after meeting everyone at Lifetime
and after knowing that this was the part I was going to jump into, it
was pretty easy. The only real consideration was the hours and just how
sleepy you get and things like that, but the work made it the easiest
decision ever. I love this part, and I love what the show represents and
Iím really, really so excited for and blown away by Lifetimeís
commitment to sort of change their network and do bigger, bolder things
and to let us help them do that and it was exciting .
Moderator: What do you think audiences will enjoy the most about the
Jennifer: I think people are going to take away different things. I think
that itís extraordinarily relatable, even though people may not think
that right off the bat with our promotional campaign, but I think that
it is relatable in that economically where we are right now. I also
think that there are lots of single moms out there in the world who are
doing the best that they can. There are lots of people that married
their childhood sweethearts and it turned out different after some time
I think there and also different characters that people will identify
with on the show, so I think thereís a little something for everybody. I
do think that we make the journey really fun for people to watch, and
thatís the best television. We all sit down to watch television to
forget about reality for a minute and we want to do that for people.
Moderator: Is there any characteristic of Riley Parks that was so complex
that you had to take time to adjust to?
Jennifer: I think for me playing her every day, I still ask myself every
day was there another option; could she have done something else. I
think that hopefully my journey emotionally playing her will be the same
journey that the audience will go through, which is just as you start to
maybe feel like you could judge her for a minute or go I donít know,
maybe she shouldnít have done that or is there another way, I think you
will realize that there isnít. And that sheís doing exactly what she
should be doing and that sheís on the right place and that sheís growing
in her humanity in doing this. And sheís becoming a better mom and a
better woman and a better daughter and just a better person because of
her circumstances and that makes it really cool. So other than that, no,
but I think that I definitely have asked myself a few times like okay,
are we telling the right story here and are we doing it the right way.
Moderator: Is it hard to shake off Riley sometimes when the scenes are
Jennifer: No, itís kind of fun, actually. Sheís real feisty and Iím
pretty feisty in life, too, but itís good. Itís good for me to get to do
that stuff sometimes. The hardest thing is because Iím 33 now, I go home
sometimes at the end of the day after a day of massages or a day of
really high, high heels and all that stuff and Iím like sore. Iím like,
ďReally? Really you old lady, youíre sore from giving massages all day?Ē
but no, itís good.
Moderator: Do you get to ad lib or do you follow the script completely?
Jennifer: We pretty much follow the script. We do ad lib. I mean we
definitely make thingsóthe writers are amazing, and I have a lot of
respect for what they do and how they break down stories and make it
happen. But when itís passed off to us as actors, our job is to go okay,
are we saying it in a way that theyíre going to be able to grasp it the
best. Are we emotionallyóyes your thought process was this one thing,
but emotionally can I deliver it better, so that they can cry, or that
they can laugh, or that they can feel something even deeper than what
you intended? And so the only reason to change a line or ad lib is to
have that be the purpose, so we do that sometimes, but not all the time.
Moderator: There has been apparently some backlash from massage
therapists over the fact that this show portrays one side of the
jobóthat happy ending element to it, and might be down playing the
medical, the therapy aspect of it. Whatís your take? How do you feel the
show does in terms of portraying the realities of this profession?
Jennifer: I think from the word go, itís a television series, so I donít
think anybody thatís watching it or turning it on is expecting me to
keep the logistics of giving a proper massage. If theyíve seen our
billboards, theyíre definitely not expecting that. I played a medium on
Ghost Whisperer for six years, and the mediums never complained at the
fact that I had cleavage while I was crossing people over into the
light. In fact, they were super-excited that like a hot person was out
there representing the medium.
So I have the utmost respect for the massage therapy industry. I get
massages all the time. Friends of mine are massage therapists. I think
itís important for people to understand and they will when they see the
series that we also give legitimate massages at the spa, so itís not all
happy endings. There is a client list and those people and those people
only get extras. The rest of the people are there for real massages, so
we do represent both sides of them.
But at the end of the day itís the reality. There really are these
places. There are lots of people that go to them, and weíre just trying
to entertain. Like weíre just trying to tell a story and would never
ever disrespect any profession intentionally. I hope that some of those
people eventually will be able to sort of stop for a second, watch the
show and find themselves enjoying it.
Moderator: How do you dive into character for a TV series versus how you
portrayed it in the film?
Jennifer: Iím portraying her the same way essentially, except Iím getting
to know her every day. That is what I do love about television is that
you actually really do get to know a human being because weíre all
different every day and so stuff happens in my life comes into how I
play her. If you have PMS, maybe Riley is a little bit feistier that
day. If youíre really, really happy, she might be super elated or
whatever it is.
So itís different in that itís an everyday thing, and weíre getting to
break her down emotionally and psychologically much differently than we
did in the movie. In the movie we had two hours and so it had to go from
A, B, C, D, E, F done. In this, weíre still on A in season one. Season
two would be the next step and the next unfolding of who Riley is, and I
think that weíre still figuring that out.
Thereís definite things that we thought we were going to do in this
season that either weíve pulled back from now and have decided not to do
in this season because we want to give it more time, or things that
weíve rushed because we went we can get there that quickly, letís do
that. So those are the ways that itís kind of different.
Moderator: You directed some episodes of Ghost Whisperer. Is there any
chance youíll be stepping behind the camera for this show?
Jennifer: Yes, I am directing the season finale, which Iím super excited
Moderator: How do you feel directing a cast when youíre in the show?
Jennifer: Itís great, itís really fun. The good news is that theyíre used
to me and essentially because I direct, Iíve been able to observe
themówhat they like, what they donít like, their power, all of their
greatest attributes. Iíve been watching from day one, so when I get in
there to direct, I know if somebody is an actor who likes to keep moving
while theyíre acting, or an actor who needs to use props in order to
forget that the camera is there. Iíve seen them figure out how to get to
an emotional spot, and so I know where in the day to place that scene or
what to say to them to bring that out in them. So I start at an
advantage, which is really nice when you get to direct the cast like
that, so thatís cool.
Moderator: Is there a show runner or a person whoís doing the main
Jennifer: We do have a show runner. His name is John Tinker and heís
fantastic, but the writing is sort of divvied up between different
writers. Some are combinations of people, some single people are writing
Moderator: Youíre one of the executive producers. Do you ever get
involved at all with the writing of the show or the way itís going to go
or anything like that?
Jennifer: I do, probably more than the writers like, because I have lots
of storyline ideas like swirl around in my head and lots of opinions on
things. Thatís my job as playing Riley and as an executive producer here
is to sort of watch over her and the rest of the cast and sort of where
theyíre going emotionally in their characters in this first season and
what weíre saying to the audience and things like that. So I have been
very vocal. Iíve not physically written anything, but Iíve definitely
been very vocal.
Moderator: I particularly like the Karaoke scene, because Iím a big
Karaoke person and I thought it was the most realistic Karaoke Iíve ever
Jennifer: We had was so much fun. We really sang it every single take. By
the end of the day, like none of us had any voices, but we really did it
every single take. We really decided to do it Karaoke style. We didnít
have sort of like track one minute and the mic here and all that. It was
live and we did it and it was so fun. We had the best time.
Moderator: What do you prefer more, movies or TV?
Jennifer: I like them both for different reasons. Films are amazingóto be
a part of a movie is the greatest. Itís so historic and exciting and all
of that. Television for me is great because I love to act every day. I
love to work that muscle. I love to learn, and I love to be able to just
do what I love. Itís when Iím at my best, so I love TV for that reason
because itís every day.
Moderator: What really drew you to the role of Riley Parks?
Jennifer: I just thought it was really interesting, even initially with
the movie. I think itís an interesting thing. I think itís interesting
to create empowerment in a woman, who essentially could feel powerless
and who could find herself in danger and could look at the situation
sheís in if she wanted to as sort of not very female empowerment.
This is actually very powerful, and sheís making these decisions, and
sheís making them consciously, and sheís growing sexually and
emotionally and physically and mentally in this job. Sheís connecting in
a real human way with the human condition and human spirit and hearts of
the people on her table, and itís super powerful. So I was really
interested in that. I just thought that that was really cool and a neat
message to send out.
Moderator: When in your life do you most need a massage? When do you call
up and make an appointment?
Jennifer: A friend of mine is a really amazing masseuse, so on those few
very days that I got off really early, sheíll come over and give me
massage. I really do itóitís a way for me to consciously like take a
minute for myself and just sortóI donít always lay down on the table.
Sometimes itís just like sitting up in a chair and getting my shoulders
and neck rubbed or whatever, but itís good.
For now itís research for me as well, because if she does something that
Iím like, ďOh wow, thatís really cool and that feels nice,Ē then she can
teach me how to do that, so that when Iím actually doing a massage on
the show, I can look like I know what Iím doing. And the actors can go
home and be like, yes, I actually got a little bit of a massage, thatís
Moderator: On the other end of thatóyou giving massagesóhow do you handle
or how did you handle having to run your hands through hairy back and
Jennifer: That was very interesting, but he was a lovely man and he was
very sweet and was so gracious and lovely knowing that I was making all
these funny faces behind him, but it was definitely something I have not
experienced before for sure.
Moderator: As a fan of your music, I really want to know if youíre open
to recording a song that we could possibly hear in a future on the show.
Jennifer: Yes, I would love to. We definitely sort of played around early
on with the fact that possibly Riley have had other dreams when she was
younger about maybe being a singer or doing something like that. So if
we get lucky enoughóknock on woodóto do another season or two, weíd like
to find a place in the series if possible to work in some music.
Moderator: What was something that you were really looking forward to
exploring more in the series that you didnít necessarily get to do in
Jennifer: Just more of her being a mom, more of the double life, more of
the friendships, the odd friendships that she would sort of make with
the people either in the spa, outside of the spa, clients, whatever,
that kind of stuff.
Moderator: What do you think it says about the economy and everything
that a woman like Riley would find herself in a position where she has
to do something like that to make a living. Has that sort of changed
your mind on maybe the morality or even the legality of that type of job
at allóplaying the role?
Jennifer: The legalities of it are not something that Iíve really thought
about. Again, I will say for me, Iím an actor playing a part and I find
it interesting. I do think that it is no surprise that economically
weíre in trouble. Thereís been a lot of trouble out there, and it is a
fact thatóit think I read a stat maybe like a year and a half ago that
more women than ever found themselves in these positionsómostly phone
sex and things like thatóto help pay bills, so that they could be two
income households. And they could do these short-term jobs and still
pick up their kids at the school at the end of the day and drop them off
in the morning and all of that stuff.
I find it fascinating. Iím not one to judge the people in that situation
nor would I really want to. I think thatís why Iíve not done research on
that side of things. Thatís not for me to really be a part of, but I do
think that it makes for a really interesting television series. I think
that thereís enough in the story that people will be able to relate to
that you will be able to watch an episode and ask yourself some real
questions about where you stand on certain things. If youíre talking
about us after weíre off the air, then weíve done a really good job.
Moderator: Whatís it like working with Cybill? Is she a lot of fun to be
on set with?
Jennifer: She lights the set. Like all the lighting that you see on the
series is pretty much just Cybill being in the room. She is hysterical.
I love her to pieces. Sheís just an awesome, awesome lady, and we were
able to bond in the movie and there was no way that I was going to do
the series without her. She was not going to let me do it without her
and itís great. Itís just great. I love her to pieces. We have a really
Moderator: I watched the pilot last night and it was really entertaining,
and it seems like thereís a love triangle thatís going to form with the
two brothers. Can you talk more about that?
Jennifer: There might be a triangle. You never know. Yes, there could be
a bit of a triangle. Itís a complicated relationship between Evan and
Riley and Kyle. I think itís complicated when you go into a family and
youíre that close with both brothers. I think that the audience is going
to help us make up our minds a little bit on where that cookie is going
to crumble. It might be a little bit of both.
I donít want to say too much about it, because I really donít want to
give away anything, but thereís definitely going to be a triangle.
Rileyís life is going to be turned upside down, and one brother is the
driving force behind it being turned upside down. The other brother is
there to hold her hand through it, and so thatís going to bring up some
complications and some interesting storylines.
Moderator: There are slight differences in the storyline between the
movie and the show, especially with just the names and also with her
husband leaving in the show. Can you talk more about that?
Jennifer: There was conscious choice to start over. The movie was the
movie and we are beyond grateful that people loved it for what it was
and that it did really well and all those great things because it got us
here. But we really want people now to look at the series as its own
thing, so we made subtle differences and changes in things and places
where we could to sort of say this is its own deal. We felt like that
was important and hopefully the audience will be cool with it.
Moderator: Watching the first episode had me thinking about the current
series that Iím reading called Fifty Shades of Grey.
Jennifer: Oh, I just heard about this; I canít wait to read it.
Moderator: Yes, I was just going to ask you if you have read it and if
so, if the role of Ana would appeal to you. But since you havenít read
it yet, that answers my question.
Jennifer: I just heard about this today and I canít wait, but from what I
hear about it so far, I will say yes to Ana. I will say yes.
Moderator: I know that youíre working with Brian Hallisay. What has it
been like working with him?
Jennifer: Itís great. He plays my husband in the series. Heís not had
tons to do because he leaves Riley, so the husband in the series will
sort of play out in an interesting way for the audience I think. Heís
there and heís not there, so that will sort of be explained as the
episodes unfold, but itís been great.
Weíve gotten really lucky to have really great actors who are really
amazing at their parts and itís been so fun that way. And particularly
with Colin and Brian, itís been really to fun to play the scenes with
both brothers, because theyíre so different, and so thatís been really
fun for me in playing Riley.
Moderator: Are you a Hunger Games fan?
Jennifer: I have not read Hunger Games and I have not seen it yet, but
Iím excited and intrigued to. I love Jennifer Lawrence. I think sheís
Moderator: What is the most important lesson you learned about yourself
throughout your career?
Jennifer: Oh, wow, that I bounce back pretty quick from rejection. I
think in 24 years in the business, you have a lot of doors slammed in
your face or a lot of people say mean things or youíre not right for
this or whatever it is. Every time Iím constantly surprised at how the
span of time gets quicker that I get okay with it, go out grab something
and Iím over it. So I think that thatís been an interesting thing to
Moderator: Are you planning on writing another book? I just started your
book and I love it so far.
Jennifer: Thanks very much. Iíve been playing around with some new ideas
for one and yes, if I get a second to sit for a minute, I might take
another stab at it.
Moderator: Youíve been one of Americaís darlings for a long time now.
What are you looking forward to the audience to see from the show?
Jennifer: Iím hoping that theyíll just have a really good time. Itís a
fun story that weíre telling; itís an interesting story. I hope that
they will really love Riley and root for her, as well as judge her
sometimes, because Iím one of those weird people that thinks a role
model is an imperfect person, not a perfect person, because thatís who
we are as real people. So weíve consciously tried to make Riley
imperfect in the most perfect way, so Iím hoping that people will
I just want them to have fun. Itís a really fun show, and we want to
catch them by surprise and grab them by their shirt collars every now
and then and have them cry or laugh unexpectedly or get angry for her
unexpectedly. But for the most part, we just want them to have a good
Guillermo Tell me a bit about a regular day on the set.
Jennifer: Yes, itís great. Itís very funny. The show subject matter leads
to a lot of fun jokes and we have a great time. Loretta Devine is the
best. She and I are always in hysterics. My favorite thing to do is try
to bother all day, so we have a really good time and like I said, Cybill
is just this ball of light. Itís great. Itís a lot of fun.
Moderator: When youíre deeply connected and immersed in a role, any kind
of role, have you ever had a dream that you felt was not yours but one
of the characters you played?
Jennifer: Thatís an interesting question. I donít know. I definitelyóI
donít know. I kind of feel like every time this studly dudly guy walks
into my massage parlor on the show, I kind of feel like that thatís
dream, thatís one of those fun moments for me, so I donít know. Iíd have
to think about it. I might have to get back to you on that one, but I
Moderator: What do you do in your downtime to recharge and find some
balance in your life?
Jennifer: I watch The Voice and American Idol. I sit in my Brookstone
foot massager andóitís so exciting at my houseóand I donít know what
Moderator: The characters that you have taken from paper to flesh, do
they ever revisit you after youíre done and if so, are you able to
release them and what happens to them?
Jennifer: I donít think I ever say good-bye to them. I always try to take
a little bit of whoever I just played into the next character, so I feel
like Iím not saying good-bye. Itís very strange to feel like you get
attached to essentially a piece of paper, but emotionally you create a
real person and that person feels like a friend for however long you get
to play them. And so Iím not good with good-byes, so I donít think I
ever fully say good-bye to them. I either just sort of let them rest for
a while and watch over me in the next character up to where I try to
bring a little bit of that old gal into the new one.
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