You never let me off the hook for a single minute, do you? Never mind. It's one of the things I love about you. Anyway, that other thing we did in Paris- That's probably off the table for a while. Unless you want that whole baby-I'm-on-fire-when-we-kiss-thing to become freakishly literal.
Well, kissing, probably. But as for the rest of it...
It's okay with me if its okay with you.
Of course it's not okay with me. I'm a teenage boy. As far as I'm concerned, this is the worst thing that's happened since I found out how Magnus was banned from Peru.
ME: I do like that much vaunted breakfast scene. That
was a nice scene.
ME: I love that scene where I stood on that cliff top
with Sawyer (Josh Holloway) and looked out over the sea at the other island and
we quoted Steinbeck to each other. I mean, there’s been some great scenes.
ME: I think it was an amazing scene where John Locke
(Terry O’Quinn) was trying to hang himself, and Ben comes in and talks him
down, only to turn around and strangle him himself. That was one of the most
amazing days of work that I will ever do as an actor. Not just the material,
but Terry’s playing of the scene that day was beyond good. I just stood,
slack-jawed at his work and I could hardly continue with the scene.
ME: I especially liked shooting the scenes where I was
“teacher” Ben. And I liked working with Tania Raymonde very much.
ME: I was real happy when they left the scene in where
Hurley and Ben shared the candy bar. It was so sweet. What an unlikely trio!
They were bickering like college roommates. It was nice to be in lighter
circumstances, with the camaraderie and a bit of silliness. It was a good day;
Jorge, Terry and I had a lot of fun.