Plus, are they the next Booth and Brennan? Just before you came on the phone, all I was getting from Eric was this: I thought it would be super funny if during this interview, Dani answered all the questions, and I just made chicken noises the whole time. That would make for an interesting transcript. What does it mean?
What is that abbreviation for? Answer the damn question. Because I keep reading it, and I have no idea what it means. You want us to go on a cruise?
I mean, when I said we had chemistry right from the beginning, we got along as people, and we realized very early on that it would be so easy to play around with each other and to make something fun out of the relationship of these characters. And what about you, Eric? Did you sense a spark? So what are you doing about that? And then she froze and walked away really quickly.
I was trying to give you props in [this] interview, but the fact of the matter is, yeah. She just turned bright red and walked away. She just left and went and ate like seven oatmeal raisin cookies. I think I probably did. So much that [dynamic] began by being an improvisation, and now they write that kind of stuff in. What kind of improvisation are we talking about here? Eric, would you care to — [laughs] ECO: Why does that sound so dirty all of a sudden?
No, no, no, no, no! You two have such great exchanges on the show. When did you start noticing the romantic undertones? Was that a cluck, Eric? And then to see Kensi, how she navigates that dance. Sympathetic, but also kind of astutely aware of his frame of mind and [she reacts] to that. Deeks goes into a much darker place, to watch how Kensi folds into that and navigates his fall.
Because all of those qualities are things that you get with your best friends, and are things that you get with your lover, with your partner. What can you tell us? Are we going to be shocked by what we learn about his past? Will that change how we see him? I think yes, to all those. You start to question his actions while being that character.
How much of that is him playing the roll, and how much of that is who he really is? That definitely affects the dynamic of Deeks and Kensi. She may have heard about him dating, but that was about it. She has to keep her cool. Do those comparisons annoy you? Are you flattered by them? You will inevitably, I think, be compared to some couples like that, because there is a very similar dynamic.
I think the challenge, the fun part of it is for all of these couples to try and have their own thing at the same time that will distinguish each couple. Actually, I have, Mr. You want to have your own thing, and you want it to be a little different from everybody else. Otherwise, what are we doing here, you know? They all have rabid followings, as do you. Most of those videos on YouTube, I did myself. And some of those are really good, considering half the people are not professional editors.
So you watch them and you like them? People put them up on our Twitter. So we watch them when we get there. That would really be funny. But yeah, there are some really talented people that are passionate about the show, and what more can you ask for? So by the end of the season, how will we be left with the two of them? Any fun developments, romantically or otherwise? Put it this way: The last three episodes, I think, test them as they test the relationships between all of the characters.
And how that pulls the team together, and where we end up going in pursuit of the self-preservation of that team. And when that is threatened, how it affects everybody else says a lot about all of the relationships.
And the last two are just monster cliffhangers with some unbelievable development as far as the characters go. I should run for office. I will do my best, Dad.