I think it was fantastic the way that the crew in Cardiff, just wonderful people—drivers, PA's, everybody—just fabulous, fabulous people. Everybody wanted to be there, everybody trying to make the best day we can make, knowing that we're making great television.
You get up and go to work and it's just a lovely place to be. It's just fabulous. It's just the way to do it. It's a lovely experience.
Would you just stop and, "OK, we'll finish the scene tomorrow morning"?
Oh, no, no, they make it work. Their time management is incredibly efficient. There are compromises, there are in everything. But there's no waste. There's very little waste in it.
It was just fascinating to go from one system to a completely different system, saying "How do you do that?" I was a total fish out of water, so it was a lot of fun. One system is designed to work within a particular set of rules and the other one's designed to in another particular set of rules, and they both work incredibly well at the highest level.
I hear your dad is playing your character, Canton, when he is older?
Is that true? Or is that a rumor?
That's what I heard. Can you confirm or—
So April 23rd, 9 o'clock, 8 Central, on BBC America… [Note from Curt: Sheppard confirmed at WonderCon 2011 this past weekend that his father does appear.]