There was something very interesting on the podcast (watch here) so I’m transcribing it:
“You’ve asked wether or not you can go back to the unterzee. The journey to the High Wilderness is a very interesting and dangerous one and it’s usually one-way. The way the time works in the High Wilderness is very different from how it works in the Neath and how it works in our world. So there’s no real way of knowing what you would be going back to. So it’s not to say NEVER NO WAY, but I do know that it would be a challenge.”
(Hannah then mentioned that that doesn’t mean nothing ever comes back from the HW, as seen in some of the latest FL stories)
(this was posted from an early production podcast and it’s subject to change)
Agent Green has never had one. When I was figuring out who this guy was, I realized he was one of those people. You know, those people that don’t really listen to music. So he didn’t get a playlist. But he gets a song.
If Owen Archibald Green were a song, he would be “A Day in the Life” by The Beatles. I don’t know why exactly, he just is. When I thought about making a playlist for him, this song immediately came into my head. This was the only song that came into my head.
If we did normal episode titles instead of silly in-universe ones, Episode 30 would be called “A Day in the Life”. But we don’t and it’s not so here’s this post instead.
Each week, executive producer Betsy Beers goes behind the scenes of Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and The Catch in her podcast, Shondaland Revealed — and each week, EW will have an exclusive first listen of the latest episode.
This week, Beers catches up with Grey’s Anatomy star Kevin McKidd, who directed the Callie and Arizona-centric episode, during which the former wives faced off in court over custody of their daughter, Sofia. McKidd reveals behind-the-scenes details, including how the cast reacted to the outcome of the custody battle. Plus: The actor teases what’s next for Owen and Amelia.