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Enjoy the EW video interviewing the Person of Interest cast:
In case you can’t see the video, here’s the transcript:
Published Sun, 27 Jul 2014
[MUSIC] We’re at the EW hideout at Comic-Con with the cast of Person of Interest, who are just diving into the musical episode they’re working on.
[LAUGH] [MUSIC] Oh yeah! Shh-shh! [UNKNOWN] on the wrap. Keep it on the down low. [LAUGH] Don’t go and blow it for us now
[CROSSTALK]. There haven’t been a lot of musicals about terrorism.
[LAUGH] I think this is gonna be a niche. …Miss you guys. How does this, have y’all been out here before with the show? Oh yeah. How many times is it now? Four. Four years, yeah. And then Michael of course lost, right? So you’ve been here many many times. How is it compared as the show has steadily gotten bigger to… How does the con compare to your experience wise. You mean the event, the convention its self. Yeah it’d be helpful if I actually said that in a way that makes sense. So how has it changed for you since you’ve been coming?
It’s bigger, more chaotic, more insane, less focused I would say. I think the [INAUDIBLE] honestly were. if you’re a successful show you’re here, so Mm-hm So you wanna have a successful show so I guess you should be here. [LAUGH] I, I, Want to be here I heard something on the radio yesterday on the way over here, it said that when Comic-Con first started it was in 76 or 78 and there were about 300 people and now. San Diego makes over $165 million, not to make this into corporate con, [LAUGH] but but How many revenue streams are there that you can? And then there’s over like 230,000 people or something that [INAUDIBLE].
[INAUDIBLE] There’s three other people in this room. Not so. Yes. [LAUGH] So you guys are going into your fourth season. In September and the, the deus ex machina finale that happened, earlier this year. What, what, it was a, there was shocking turn of events. What, obviously you can tell us everything that’s going to happen in the next season, so feel free to just spill it right now. Well. [LAUGH] We’re going underground. We’re going underground. Yeah, we have a big artificial intelligence . Problem and the artificial intelligence is not a friend to us or anyone really, and our, our we all have to disappear. We have to take on new identities and live a completely different lifestyle while we try to figure out how to regroup.>>
And it’s very difficult because, you know, Samaritan, which is the other AI, is I mean, it’s like having eyes in the back of your head. They’re everywhere. And we are hiding in plain sight . We haven’t gotten a number in a few months. When the first episode begins, we do get our first number. So it’s tricky trying to find a way to connect with one another and solve this number. And then also keep ourselves safe. So what your saying is that it’s going to be pretty light hearted this year? Yeah. [LAUGH]. A lot of good times. Right. Yeah. It’s very light. Yeah. It’s a musical. [CROSSTALK] [LAUGH] Exactly. But there has always been good laughs in the show and I, I’ve, I don’t think we’ll ever lose that. Hm-hm. That’s critical. Well, you’re back in September, yes? September 23rd. September 23rd. [COUGH] Person of Interest. Check out more of this at www.ew.com. Thanks, guys! Thank you!
I recently found this podcast, which was aired in May 2012, here. But for the life of me, I cannot embed it in this blog. So I uploaded it to soundcloud. If I overstepped my boundaries, please forgive me. I just want to share this wonderful man’s interview (and this is a great interview) to all his fans who want to hear him. If you are like me, you probably heard every interview and they are all practically the same. This one is so different. You really get to know Michael Emerson a little bit more.