I think what that means for Felix is that I think there’s just been so much talk, everybody wants a storyline for the character and something I’ve always been in defense of is that a storyline is great, but only if it makes sense. I would hate the idea of them creating yet another train instead of just laying more track that makes sense.
—  Jordan Gavaris (X)

“[Tatiana Maslany] is so protective of the illusion and in defense of her characters there are no vanities with her. She is never focused on looking beautiful. She is never focused on not looking silly. She is fully willing to embarrass herself all the time and you know, it’s not embarrassing to us watching it. We’re fascinated by it. She transitions and becomes these women and you’re having a conversation with her as Rachel or as Alison and there’s just no performing going on. You’re having a conversation with those women. When she looks like Rachel, she’s dressed like Rachel, she is Rachel, and Rachel’s not a very nice person to have a conversation with, she’s kind of a bitch.”

                                                            - Jordan Gavaris for Playboy (x)

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“[Felix] is the crisis counselor, the therapist, the best friend, the babysitter. He’s who everybody seems to need, who everybody calls at three in the morning when they have a problem, but he doesn’t really have anybody to call.”

                                                          - Jordan Gavaris for Playboy (x)