'kay, watched. Completely agree on the points you highlighted, asta77
, with a couple of additions:
- For some reason the face he pulled during the Eddie/banana story that was actually the lecherous guy in the corporate harassment video completely reminded me of the goofiest of goofy George Carlin faces from back in his heyday. We don't get to see that Jamie nearly enough. PLEASE a daffy clown more, Bambi. ;)
- On the flip side of the extrovert/introvert coin, the part where he specifically calls out the reasons why he's not on social media is great because he points out very specifically that he's just a particularly private person and clearly isn't entirely comfortable with it. Again, something we kinda speculated and Kerry indicated at on Twitter, but it's nice to hear it from him directly. And I respect that.
- The bit where he speaks at length about not thinking about portraying a convincing hero but rather a convincing human being is not only a great quote, but kind of a self-contained acting lesson in about a 2-3 minute span. Or writing lesson, for that matter; you can't make a hero work on the page if they're not a fully realized human being. Loved that.
- At the 53 minute mark where he snuck in a dig at Arizona's immigration law, I literally applauded. Don't. EVER. Change. Bamber. ;)