Roy’s really good at acting. Roy’s also decided that the general mask he wants to put on around people is “cool, stoic, composed, selfish leader” so they don’t go assuming too many things about his real ideations. Since he’s a good actor, he’s real good at putting on this front.
Off to incinerate Maria Ross? Cooler than ice. Facing confrontation about his role in her murder? Ruthlessly chill. Associating with (well anyone really) when other military personnel might be watching? Thermometer’s reading absolute zero.
But of course the keyword to all this is acting. He’s really talented at acting cool, not to be confused with “He is actually cool”.Because whenever he’s not putting on a performance for someone, his whole personality is pretty well summed up as “high-pitched indignant yelling”
I met Elizabeth. And for the first time in years, we talked. At first, she was hostile but then she softened. I kissed her. I love her, Demelza. Not as I did but with fondness–the ghost of a love. I pity her. I want to help her. My conscience sore for I treated her ill. Fifteen years ago I would have given the earth for her. And she hasn’t changed–she’s no less lovely. But I have.
“The best moment of my life truly (being a part of The Walking Dead). It has been such a joy to work on this show. Not only do I love it, but I respect it as an artistic endeavor. It’s shot beautifully, directed beautifully, and acted beautifully. Everyone who shows up on set loves what they do. You don’t always get the opportunity to work with a crew like that. It’s not always like that. There isn’t always joy there. But everyone loves showing up and doing their job. I wouldn’t even call it a job. It’s like going to summer camp.“