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Interviewby Pattye Grippo    

This is an interview from July 11, 2011 with Emily Rose from Haven.

Emily Rose

Question:
Tell me a little bit about your reaction to when you got that script and how you think it played off for the fans?

Emily Rose:
I remember I did what I did with the script when I first read it, I threw it across the room and I was like, ???Oh, no. Oh, no. What does this mean???? And I called my writer up right away and we were talking and I just was really confused because I thought I was this FBI Agent and I went through a lot of the emotions that Audrey went through when she discovered that she may not be who she thought she is the whole entire season. So, I had a pretty strong reaction, but then I was just really thankful that they did not tell me until later because it kind of allowed me to really have that experience.

Question:
Without giving away too much, what can you tell us about the Season Premiere?

Emily Rose:
I just know that we're going to come right back into where we left off, in terms of the questions of coming right back into the scene of where we find all those free on the beach. And it's going to kind of explore the first few episodes kind of Audrey's personally exploring what this means if she's not who she thought she was. And then, we're also going to go head long into looking into each of the troubles of the week and more into the Town of Haven and where this all comes from.

Question:
What keeps challenging you about the role of Audrey?

Emily Rose:
I think just her mystery of herself and where she comes from. I constantly am challenged by her toughness and how she would handle trying to walk that fine line between trying to be a nurturer and helping people that are troubled, with also the tough skin and the defensiveness that she had to build up individually in order to last all these years without a family or a home or without knowing anything about her background. That's a constant challenge for me.

Question:
There's such great chemistry on screen with you and Lucas and Eric. However, Eric revealed your nickname to some journalists last week, how much trouble is he in?

Emily Rose:
He's in a bit of trouble. Lucas came up with it, but then Eric has implemented it and I just giggle. I feel like on set it's like having these two older brothers that I never had. I always asked for older brothers, but now you know you've got to be careful what you wish for because those two like I'm on their on-set sister and they're constantly going after me in any little way. And of course, then Eric makes it all public by Twittering about it. It's kind of funny, but it's kind of a rolling thing with Lucas. Lucas kind of comes up with new nicknames on a weekly basis. It's whatever strikes his fancy, and then he just goes to town with it.

Question:
Why do you think people continue to tune in and watch Haven?

Emily Rose:
I think because they really like the central characters and they really like the quirkiness, and hopefully the humanity that is displayed through kind of their plight with being in this town. And I think it's also, obviously there's the week-to-week being able to see what kind of trouble they're going to face next, but I honestly think it's the relationship between these three central characters and just kind of the complexity by which their relationships exist.

Duke and Nathan are at odds with each other, yet would die for each other in a heartbeat, so what is that about? And Audrey and Nathan like work so well together and are there anymore. We don't know. We kind of keep watching to see. And then, Audrey and Duke just kind of brings out a different side of her. And then also, is she even who she is? I think all of those things wrapped up into a quirky talent is kind of neat to shake that eight ball every week and see what pops up.

Question:
Obviously when we're talking about Stephen King, I don't know too many actors or actresses who would turn that opportunity, but also you know I don't know if you were a fan of Sci-Fi growing up or not, but it feels like the quality of Sci-Fi is so much better these days. How much did each of those things sort of weight into your decision to do this series?

Emily Rose:
Well the next step for me personally, in terms of acting, was to lead a show and I really enjoyed the script and the story. Now, the fact that it was a Stephen King was just like an added endorsement. It kind of felt like it would get a little bit more weight and attention from the gitgo. My parents are huge Sci-Fi people and I always say that like from a young age they kind of sat me down and was like, ???Let us introduce to you what is Star Wars,??? And I come back from Disneyland not with like little princesses and things, I came back with Ewoks and going on the Star Wars ride like multiple times, and to me that was what was exciting.

So, I think I just really enjoyed obviously the kind of fantasy side of it, but all this kind of weird stuff that happened to Audrey in the Town. But for me I think what makes Sci-Fi exciting is when it is relatable and when there is like a reality that is sort of based in that you kind of can't deny. And I think this town and where we shoot and the stories that Stephen King, how he writes the characters, they offer that reality. So, I really related with the humanity and the groundedness of these characters, and then throwing them into that crazy world, to me is a lot more relatable than some of the more like spacey genres or things like that.

Question:
With so much mystery surrounding Audrey, how do you approach her now to understand who she really is? Are you off balance as an actress?

Emily Rose:
I think definitely. It's one of those things I always talk about. It's kind of scary. I mean, as an actor you are kind of given this past and its history that you understand. And I think something I learned in school, in theater school was I was hearing all the time and my teacher was like, ???You may not get it now, but later you'll understand is just trusting that you're enough. Trusting that what you bring to the character is enough.???

And I think in the situation with Audrey where there are so many unknowns where I don't know, it's like they pulled the rug out from underneath me. Like they pulled it out initially when I didn't have any like sort of family or background or all I knew was just like that I was in a foster home and that I was this really good agent. I mean, those are kind of the basics and everything that you can kind of put on ornaments, the Christmas tree of that character on with it, you know?

But, the next thing was when this rug got pulled out from under me that I might not be actually Audrey, I just had to trust that those feelings I was feeling about sort of maybe - like maybe this new like guest star was going to come in and maybe she's the real Audrey and maybe I haven't been playing that the whole time, or all these feelings of what I thought, like were those really mine and was I really allowed to own that? Was somebody else going to get to be that FBI Agent, and what does that mean for me? I just had to trust that, you know?

So, it was a really interesting acting exercise to just kind of what I was feeling, in terms of the anxiousness and the nervousness of not knowing what to do or what to do next. I just had to trust that Audrey was most likely feeling those same exact feelings, so I needed to do was to fall into my work and to fall into the text and try to tell the story well.

And I think that that's what all that my Audrey knows to do is that she doesn't know her past but she does know the present and Nathan sort of gives her that faith there on the beach in the opening season scenes of this next season and just believing in her and giving her the strength to say, ???We do this well. You help people well.??? And I think that that's all I knew to do - knew that she could do was just help people and try to help them through their kind of trouble of the week, and sort of in finding that and helping the town she then kind of finds herself.

Question:
Can you talk about what it like to work with Jason Priestley this season and what he brings to the show?

Emily Rose:
It was awesome. He's such a great guy. You hear like about this Canadian icon, you hear you know Jason Priestley and plus 90210. And I'd worked with Luke Perry in the past as well, so I kind of had a little bit of just going, ???Oh, I've kind of worked with one of your friends before.??? But, he's just so down to earth and just fantastic and really giving and really collaborative. And not only is he a great actor to work alongside, he's a really great director and I go to work with him in that capacity as well. He directed one of our episodes this season, and so it was just great. There was no like pretence and there was no - he's just so down to earth that it was fun to work alongside of him and it gave a new dynamic between Nathan and Audrey and Duke and Audrey, and it's just interesting to play with that.

Question:
Since Eric's telling us your nickname and everything, do you have any embarrassing stories or anything to talk about him and get put online?

Emily Rose:
Oh, man, no I can't throw him under the bus. He's a good guy. No, I think you've seen kind of the worst of it there. I think the funniest thing about both Lucas and Eric and they're just so spontaneous. You just never know. Like Lucas is writing songs on set all the time and I have so many like little videos of him writing songs about our characters. I need to ask him if I can post them, but they're the funniest, funniest like little songs on his guitar and they're pretty hilarious. And Eric, he just cracks me up because he's such a renegade, but he's also very particular and I love that about him and he's great, he's fantastic.

Question:
Can you talk about how the new character of Evie is going to affect their relationship between her and Duke? I think Audrey kind of reacts in the way that a lot of us girls that have good guy friends react. I think we kind of act that we're totally fine with it, but we kind of secretly wish that we still had their attention and I think that she's kind of struck by the fact that this girl is in his life. And I think she just ends up falling back in to what she normally does when she's a little curious is I think she just observes. I think she's an observer. And so, you kind of will see Audrey sort of watch that, but the story that kind of happens and exists between Evie and Duke is really great, and I think Vanessa does a great job. She was a great asset for our show this year.

Question:
What about you is most like your character? What do you see of yourself in Audrey?

Emily Rose:
I think that probably really, really stubborn, I always laugh with the producers. When I feel really strongly about something with Audrey and I'm really passionate with her, I kind of laugh with them because I'm like, ???You guys did cast me as this part. There is a stubbornness naturally that's there.??? And I think I'm also very curious and observant. I love to like listen in on people's conversations and really kind of dig deeper and get to know kind of what's really going on, so both of those things. And I kind of explained Audrey as a walking awkward moment sometimes. She is a little awkward at places and I identify with her in that way.

Question:
What would you do if you were on a mountain with Eric and Lucas?

Emily Rose:
I'm on a mountain to with them every day when we're filming. I feel like we're out on this island. I don't know, I'd probably make Lucas write a song about it, and then make Eric dance with me or something.

Question:
Would you say now that you are in the midst of the second season that the story is advancing very significantly from the first?

Emily Rose:
I just think that we've moved to the deeper level. I think if we didn't end up coming back it would have been a great way to end the season because it's pretty powerful, but I think in the second season we just go to a whole other layer of what that means for Audrey. And it kind of like half the challenge with her is to make her active in that place when she finds out that everything is gone, so how does she keep on going? So, I think that we just explore that more this season and the writers have a very clear vision, in terms of what the last scene of the entire series will be, and so they're always working towards that point.

But, I definitely believe that we are always fighting for the arts of your characters, in terms of where they're going next and how it builds. And in this year, in terms of - on the Syfy perspective, we just built the action of it. It feels a lot more action-oriented. But, I think that the characters and kind of what they're dealing with on an emotional level is up dramatically, because we ended with him having died and what that means for Nathan and what that means for him personally. And pretty much Audrey's identity dying and what that means for her and that leaves them in a very interesting place.

Question:
Were you patterning yourself after another TV characters like Dana Scully from the X-Files or Jody Foster in Silence of the Lambs?

Emily Rose:
I tried to not, actually. I did watch Silence of the Lambs again to just refresh on the kind of the toughness and the tenacity that existed in Clarice. But, she's also a bit different from her, and so I didn't want to do that identical thing. I also didn't want to watch Fringe anymore and I didn't want to go back and watch X-Files. Only because I knew that I was entering this family of that genre, but I wanted Audrey to be very distinct and different. And I think she is in the way that she's very quirky and sort of odd and very bantery and kind of comedicless kind of stoic and less serious.

She knows that what she's dealing with is serious, and so people that deal with tragedy on a regular basis it can wear on them either in a very warring way or they can combat it with like comedy or sarcasm or things like that, so I tried to go that route. But, I think this year when you kind of deal with her identity getting yanked out from under her, I think it starts more on the warring side, but not initially, no.

Question:
Right. You brought up the fact that you interjected some humor into her character. Now that we have all these heavy issues that we're dealing with this season, is it still sort of comedic or do you think that now we've introduced a lot more drama into it?

Emily Rose:
Yeah, I think that the comedic kind of comes in through Vince and Dave, the reporters and I think Audrey has her moments, but it's not as frequent this year, no. I think it's more about kind of the dark side of the town and I think that gets a little bit more attention, yeah.

Question:
Initially, what was it that you drew you to the show?

Emily Rose:
I think for me I just really enjoyed the character of Audrey. When I read it I just thought that she was really cool and really sassy and really sarcastic and fun. And the fact that they wrote these really quirky characters, and I know I say that a lot, but it's really when you read scripts and you don't just see these normal characters that would maybe just be accepted by all the popular crowds. You kind of get refreshed that there's actually well-written characters that ride a tandem bicycle or think little details like that kind of make you go, ???Wow, what is this town about???? It was really this role for me, I could really feel it, and so that to me was intriguing this character of Audrey that was so determined and wanted to figure out what was going on, but then had this little weak spot of not knowing her own history. To me that's what hooked me in.

Question:
What personality traits in Audrey do you personally find annoying?

Emily Rose:
Oh, I think the ones that are similar to myself. The fact that she's so stubborn sometimes. And I think too, just this need to help people all the time. I think that's a very endearing quality and I think it's great, but to her detriment it kind of distracts her from taking care of herself. She's very much a workaholic and that's sometimes I just want her to be like, ???You know what, the police station's going to be fine. I need to go look into my family history. I need to figure out where I came from.??? I just want to take her on that journey sometimes just because I so desperately want to know where she came from too.

Question:
How does Haven differentiate from some of the other non-reality supernatural theme shows? What makes the show different than the other TV shows within the supernatural theme?

Emily Rose:
I think that the look of the show is very unique. I feel like we aren't shot on a studio and we're not shot in a place that is commonly shot in. We're not shot in Vancouver or Toronto or Los Angeles or New York. We're shooting at a very small tiny town and we actually are one of the last shows that is actually shot on film. So, when you shoot a show on film people don't quite realize it, but it does give it a completely different look, and we light not like a normal television show. We light very moody and Eric Tayla our DP does an amazing job at doing that. And so, those things already give the texture of our town so much pop and a different quality. And then on top of that, you layer in just some of this weird, weird banter and weird quirky moments. We're not afraid to have awkward moments and I really enjoy that about our show and I think that's what sets us apart.

Question:
What would you consider to be the big head turning, ???I can't believe they did this moment,??? from last season?

Emily Rose:
Well, I think it happened to in a row. I feel like we found out that Audrey could be Lucy really, that was maybe her in the picture. That was the first head-turning moment, and that came at the tail end of Episode 12. And then, to then discover, I mean it's like she got slapped once and then to slap her on the other side and tell her that she's probably not even an FBI Agent that she may be impersonating an Agent was a pretty big deal. And then, that was also with the Chief exploding, Those were three pretty big sucker punches all right in a row.

Question:
Audrey's very tough and she carries a gun and she wears these suits all the time, I was wondering if you are like that or did you really have to work on that aspect of her character?

Emily Rose:
I feel like I'm kind of proud of being that way. I grew up with - my grandparents have a big ranch in Central Southern Oregon and my dad always taught me about gun safety and about what it was like to hold a gun. And I had a little BB gun that I would use under his supervision, and I also, am kind of a tomboy when it comes to hanging around horse barns and stables and riding and just not afraid to get my hands dirty and love like working on cars with my dad and things like that.

So, I do have those kind of tough qualities and I kind of resist at times being the girly girl. I don't know why, I think it's - I think there's a feeling of wanting people to take me a little bit serious - take me seriously, but I do see that in Audrey. So, I was always pushing them and pushing the show and asking for as much gun play and badassness as possible, and so it's fun when I get to do that stuff, yeah.

Question:
You're very beautiful and on the show you look like you have such a beautiful complexion and everything looks so great, what do you like to use that helps make you look beautiful and keeps your skin clear and all that type of thing?

Emily Rose:
Oh, my goodness. That's a hard question. That feels like to me is a constant battle with being under makeup all day long. I just actually was in L.A. working with a facialist, Don Ino, keeping my skin really clean. And so, just going to a facialist, and then also I've been recently, this year especially, eating really, really healthy. I've been trying to cut caffeine and sugar out of my diet, which is really hard.

And I was gluten and dairy free for a little bit. I'm coming back on to those, but I'm just trying so hard to lead like a healthy life and exercise and keep my face clean and everything. You do the best you can because it's got all these layers on it and is under so much stress just to try to take care of your body and give it the time it needs to rest.

Question:
You talked about playing the lead in this show being a goal you had, an acting goal, and I'd like to know what some of your other acting goals are or have been and if you have any new projects that you can tell us about, besides Haven, and if you have any more of them for Syfy?

Emily Rose:
Yeah. I have a few acting goals that come to mind. I would really, really love to do a feature film. It's something I can't wait to be able to be a part of and I know that it just would be a great opportunity. And I also just look forward to being able to work on film which would be like working on a complete script, whereas series television it's such a quick turnover you have to make your choices and make them quick, and then move on to the next thing. And I think with working on a film I would really enjoy being able to look at the whole story in the arc and be able to really work on each of those things and rehearsed and that would just be a dream to not have the speed of it behind it.

And then I'm here in New York this weekend. I went and saw Zach Braff's new play that he wrote, and I went to school for theater. I went to school for about seven years and got to do a ton of theater and I miss it. I miss it so badly. I miss the rehearsal process, I miss being able to play a character that you're not typecast in. And I just really can't wait to be able to do a good play with a great director and a great writer, and work with a great cast and just workshop it and workshop it and workshop it and make it to a good point. I can't wait to do that again.

And then, I really would love to teach an acting class and work with high schoolers or college students and teach an acting camp. That's another huge life goal for me. I love mentoring and I love teaching and I love working with kids with theater, so I can't wait to do that again sometime in the near future. I got to do that a few years ago and I just miss it, so I love it, and any opportunity I can to teach I take.

And then, I think that in terms of projects I'm just working a bit here and there on a video game for Sony called Uncharted. I haven't been able to talk about it for a while, but I'm able to talk about it now that I'm in the third installment of the Uncharted series with Sony PlayStation, and I'm finishing up that project. And hopefully when I come back home I'll work on some family time, and then hopefully work on something else. We'll see.

Question:
I noticed that you the voice acting in the video game. Can you comment a little bit about the difference in acting your whole body, everything on the screen, as opposed to just acting with your voice?

Emily Rose:
Well, Uncharted is actually one of the video games that has been on the forefront of the new movement in video game making of motion capture and cinematic, so I actually do motion capture for the game. I act with my whole body as the actor and the person, as well do in the scene, and we do that on a sound stage and cameras record us. And so, the only difference is I'm not in costume. I'm in a motion capture suite and the computer captures all of our movements, and then we come in the next day later and lay in any vocals that they weren't able to pick up on the sound stage. But it's neat to be in a new medium of video game making where I'm not just walking in the booth and doing the voice although, I still do concentrate a lot on my voice for the character of Uncharted, but it's fun just to be able to do all of that.

Question:
I know other people want to get on here, but we were talking about that and I'm interested, have you done any just the regular voice acting where it's just your voice?

Emily Rose:
In school I did some stuff, we had a great teacher named Gordon Hunt and he was a casting guy with Hanna-Barbera back in the day Flintstones and the Smurfs and so I did a bunch of voice stuff with him, and he's actually one of the directors on this video game. But I do a ton of the work in the booth on that game, but we also couple that with the motion capture, but I'd love to do voice work. I think it's fantastic and I love making weird voices, all the time.

Question:
What is it exactly about your character Audrey that appeals to you? What makes you want to say, ???I just want to play Audrey,??? and you know what hypes you up about Audrey?

Emily Rose:
I just love how strong-willed and observant she is, coupled with the fact that she's so caring. I love all of those things. I secretly like the fact that she carries a gun. I mean, that's pretty cool I don't know why, I love the relationship she has with Nathan, I love the relationship she has with Duke and this town and with Vince and Dave, the reporters. And I just think that it's so neat that she's so treasured by everybody, and I just feel honored to play her in that way. And I also love that she blurts things out and she's quirky and awkward. That endears me to her so much.

Question:
I was wondering if you had a favorite Stephen King book or one of the films that Stephen King's books were made into a film, if you liked any of the movies?

Emily Rose:
Yeah. I could watch Stand By Me forever and ever and ever and ever and ever I love that film. And I love The Green Mile too. I thought that was great. I mean Shawshank Redemption's fantastic, but the film that I could sit in a blanket and curl up in the corner and just live in and watch is the coming of age story with Stand By Me. To me that's it. I feel at home there.

Question:
Are we going to see you guys at Comic-Con or possibly the New Jersey-based Horror Convention Monster-Mania at all this year?

Emily Rose:
I don't think New Jersey and I'm still not sure about Comic-Con. I'm really hoping to be able to make it, but I don't know yet if my shooting schedule will make that happen, but I'm trying. I'm trying my best.

Question:
Since the show is starting the second season on July 15, what is something that you do as maybe a ritual or are you going to have a premier party for the second season?

Emily Rose:
We will be still be filming the tenth episode up in Nova Scotia, so while everybody's at home watching it I'm probably going to be finishing up a day of filming on an episode. But, a little ritual that they do in Chester in the bar there is they have a Haven night every Friday night, but we premier a little bit later, like I think a few days later in Canada. But yeah, I think that they'll most likely be the bar and people will be in there in the tavern watching the show, because they are so excited to see Chester on the big screen.

Question:
You said that your parents were huge Sci-Fi fans, so when you do get a moment are you ever able topop in a DVD and watch the season with them.

Emily Rose:
I know that my mom pre-ordered Haven on Amazon and she didn't get it in time, so they ran down to the store and they bought two copies, and then they drove their motorcycles down to my grandparents house to give it to them so that they could actually watch it. They're really cute like that. I haven't had a chance to watch it with them, but it is nice knowing that they're real fans.

Question:
Right. As an actress, do you find yourself watching shows and critiquing things you do in the show for future performances?

Emily Rose:
Yeah, I'm the type of actor that really wants to see dailies on a regular basis. I still think that I'm learning everyday and I'm learning and I'm trying to get better and on a regular basis. And so, I watch certain scenes because I remember what directors directed me to do or maybe in an area that I disagreed with, and I watch and I just like to see how it appears on the outside to the audience. I'm a visual learner, so I definitely like watching to learn and to get better.

Question:
Where else do you think that would be a good spot for the show?

Emily Rose:
Well, I'm a Seattleite. I grew up in Seattle, so I secretly long for it at times. I love Nova Scotia, but it's so far away from L.A.? I secretly wonder at times if it could ever also be in Vancouver. But the thing is the Northeast has its own look and you don't want to mess with that. That's such a character on our show that I understand why we ended up there.

Question:
What's your advice to actors?

Emily Rose:
If it was to actors that want to be acting and to be working in this industry, the people I admire the most are the people like at my theater ensemble that I get to be a part of every once in a while back in L.A. called the Los Angeles Theater Ensemble. To me they're the true artists. They write their own theater, they collaborate, they workshop it, and they throw themselves out there every single season with new fantastic, relevant material. And so, I think my advice is just not to wait for auditions to create your work. Something we learned at UCLA when I was there getting my graduate degree is they said, ???Don't wait for somebody to hire you. We're giving you the tools to create your own work and to make relevant theater that can be talked about.

And so, my advice is to go out and to observe and to use observations to inspire you, and then to go write pieces and put them up in your living room or put them up somewhere and get feedback, and just keep using your instrument. Keep using what you have and getting better and learning and be open to direction, be open to people, giving you advice, but not so open that you lose the sense of who you are.

Question:
I was wondering what you like most about filming in Nova Scotia?

Emily Rose:
No, it hasn't been asked yet. That's a great question. I really love the people. I love my crew. The crew there in Nova Scotia is some of the hardest working crew and they know that series like this don't come around to their province that often, and so they are just thankful to be working and are such collaborators and are fantastic. And then, it's just so picturesque when it's sunny. I don't like the rain, I don't like the cold, I don't like the wind, but when it's sunny, I mean it is just a postcard around every corner. It's pretty fantastic.

Question:
I'm wondering how you feel about the location now, as compared to when you first signed onto the project. Do you feel a special connection at all?

Emily Rose:
I think I'll always I always go, ???Wow, I never imagined that I would have memories of Nova Scotia.??? Other than Anne of Green Gables with like Prince Edward Island and stuff like that. I just never thought it would even be something that would be in my life, but it is and it's given me a great gift and I think I'll always have a special connection there.

I know that Nicki's in Chester, the restaurant that we go to regularly there, if I ever saw Nicki, I mean we just owe her so much. She's so fantastic and takes such great care of us. And just of all the faces of the people there, the families that are there, for me, just flash through my mind. So yeah, I think I always will feel a special connection to that place, and you never know how long we'll be there.

Question:
What have you learned about yourself since you started working on Haven?

Emily Rose:
Wow, that's a great question. I've learned about how much I need family and friends and how much I need other people in order - I need support and like a constant and kind of the craziness, how much you need balance in your life. And I've also learned that I can do it. You kind of always wonder would you be able to tell this story and will people connect with it? And it's such a blessing and such a treat when you find out that they do enjoy it and they do connect, and that it could have been anybody, you know?

I'm just so thankful and blessed to have gotten to play with all of these people and I think just learning to be thankful on a daily basis, no matter how stressful the day is or no matter how anything turned out, just to be thankful that I get to do this job and get to be on the phone with you guys just to be consistently thankful.

Question:
Since Alpha is premiering tonight I've been asking people, what would you want to be your superpower if you could pick one?

Emily Rose:
I think I'd want to be able to teleport myself from one place to another without going through TSA. If I could go from Halifax to L.A. on the weekends with just by blinking or doing some I Dream of Jeannie thing, I would be one happy camper.

Question:
What has been like the oddest occurrence that's happened to you and the rest of the cast?

Emily Rose:
What I think is funny is that there'll be episodes where we'll be dealing with things like the Butterfly episode. We'll have tons of butterflies or the electricity episode; there'll be kind of like some weird like electrical or power outages that have been happening. To me that's the weird thing is that some of the episodes that we have there will be some kind of correlating event that occurs. I just hope we don't have any correlating deaths or anything like that.

Question:
What's one thing about you that we wouldn't expect to know of?

Emily Rose:
I'm also a So You Think You Can Dance junkie. I also could watch hours and hours of HGTV forever and ever and ever. But, I think like the fact that I am really great with computers and love to edit and love to do editing on my laptop at home and photography and things like that. And I told a story today that caught some people off guard that I started my Jeep in high school with a tube of cover up before, so I know how to get cars started and have had to do so in the past. So, I think that's kind of surprising.

Question:
If the producers were charging you to write the script, who would choose? Would you choose Lucas or Eric?

Emily Rose:
I know the question, a girl never tells that answer. I can't tell that answer. That's my little secret.

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