” And at first, I wouldn’t answer that question just because of the secrecy issues. Someone asked if I had anything planned after , and completely off the top of my head, I was like, “So Pete and I are in California. It would be I have never met anyone who has come to that set and not wanted to stay.
But Matt did finally say in the press that I was coming back. It’s one of the few jobs that I’ve ever had where people come early and stay late. They built this full-on wooden deck with chairs and in the winter, it’s covered in heat lamps.
While never explicitly shown or stated on the show itself, actress Joanne Kelly addressed the Warehouse 13 panel discussion’s audience at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con to assert “Myka will always love H.
G.”, and reiterated the romantic attraction between her character and Jaime Murray’s in a later interview with After Ellen, saying of the characters “we’re in love”.
We just hang out and it becomes a place with a very familial vibe. So we go to this restaurant and I don’t expect this to happen, but all of a sudden there’s a red carpet at the opening of this restaurant.
So when we first started doing the show, he was like, “Look, I’m just not going to tell anyone either way when they ask if I’m gay.” I was like, “OK, I’ll do that with you.” I had just started seeing Amy when I got the job, but she lived in Louisiana, so it was no big deal.
As the role-playing intensifies, the what and the who become captivatingly confused, as lines between fantasy and reality, desire and performance, blur.
This is a perverse scenario, for sure, but these are also wayward souls, and their wounded humanity evokes genuine empathy.
G.” Wells (Jaime Murray): On sci-fi fantasy series Warehouse 13, Helena “H.
He’s a divorce lawyer, representing one of his many ex-girlfriends and above all else, he’s a bachelor who wouldn’t have it any other way.
So when his mother (Buckley) desperately wants him to start a family, he’ll do the next best thing: make one up! Grano has appeared on two episodes of includes Robert Andrew Kovach (set design) Solomon Weisbard (lighting design), Michael Bevins (costume design), Nathan Leigh (sound design) and Ron Eyal (video design).
pulls viewers into a world of love, loss, and intrigue from its opening scenes.
Handsome businessman Jonathan (Tuc Watkins) has returned to San Francisco with a mission.