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                             Moderator: Gary Morganstein
                                    June 28, 2010
                                     3:00 pm CT



Operator:       Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by. Welcome to the Warehouse
                13 conference call. During the presentation participants will be in a listen-only
                mode. If you have a question please press the 1 followed by the 4 on your
                telephone. If at any time during the conference you need to reach an operator
                press Star 0. As a reminder, this conference is being recorded Monday, June
                28, 2010. It is now my pleasure to turn the conference over to Mr. Gary
                Morganstein. Please go ahead sir.


Gary Morganstein:   Welcome everyone, thank you for joining the call. I have Eddie
                McClintock and Joanne Kelly, the stars of Warehouse 13, Syfy’s most
                successful series ever which returns Tuesday, July 6 at 9:00 pm. So take it
                away guys. First reporter.


Operator:       Our first question comes from the line of Jamie Ruby. Please go ahead.


Jamie Ruby:     Hi, thanks so much for taking our calls today.


Eddie McClintock:   Hi Jamie, how are you?
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Joanne Kelly:   Hi Jamie.


Jamie Ruby:     Hi, so what about the show continues to challenge you?


Eddie McClintock:   The hours.


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah, the physicality and the hours I think.


Eddie McClintock:   Well, you know, for me the challenge is to keep it fresh, you know, not try
                - we try and make sure that we don’t hit the same beats again and again in
                episode after episode. So Joanne and I try and communicate to one another if
                we feel like maybe a beat is stale or we’ve used it before and so, you know,
                just keeping the show fresh and new is a bit of a challenge for me.


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah and - yeah, I think that, you know, as mentioned before with the hours,
                people get really tired and to keep the work - the focus on the work and to
                make sure that it’s continuously good despite the hours. It doesn’t matter if
                it’s 4:00 in the morning, it’s still important to make the scene as good as it can
                be and that sometimes is a challenge but one of the more interesting ones that
                we - I think we manage to pull it off most of the time.


Eddie McClintock:   You know, people come over and they’re like oh I feel so bad, you have
                worked so long and so many hours and I’ve just been saying to them, I go
                ditch digger, coal miner, oil rig worker, you know. I mean, those people have
                hard jobs, not me. So it kind of keeps me - when I hear myself say that it
                keeps me grounded and keeps me from ragging too much about the hours.


Jamie Ruby:     Okay cool. And as a follow-up, what has been like your favorite either scene
                you’ve filmed so far this season or moment that has, you know, gone on this
                season?
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Eddie McClintock:    I’ll start I guess. I - there is an episode called Around the Bend where an
                 artifact has affected Pete to the point where he begins to lose his sanity. And I
                 have a really good scene with Mark Sheppard that was really a challenge.


                 And then I have a - I had another scene with Myka and Claudia and Artie that,
                 you know, it’s always nice when we have scenes with all of us together
                 because, you know, I really feel like we work pretty well together. So when
                 you get everybody in there firing at the - firing on the same wavelength, it
                 really seems to be a great experience.


Jamie Ruby:      Thanks. Joanne?


Joanne Kelly:    My favorite episode this year which I think - I always pick the one that was
                 most challenging to me as an actor was probably an episode that involved an
                 artifact that was a gryphon. I have no - I’m terrified to see that episode so
                 that’s why (unintelligible).


Jamie Ruby:      Okay, thank you very much.


Eddie McClintock:    You’re welcome, thank you.


Operator:        Our next question comes from the line of Joshua Maloney with Niagara
                 Frontier Publications. Please go ahead.


Joshua Maloney: Hey Eddie, hey Joanne, thanks for your time today.


Eddie McClintock:    Josh Maloney, how are you?
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Joshua Maloney: Very good, very good. I’m looking forward to Season 2. I’m a big fan of your
                  show.


Eddie McClintock:     Thanks man, thank you very much.


Joanne Kelly:     Thanks Josh.


Joshua Maloney: So my question is for both of you and I want to preface it by saying that, you
                  know, there are so many shows right now that, you know, they have the will
                  they or the won’t they between the female and the male leads. And, you know,
                  in a lot of cases it really does get frustrating.


                  But I really enjoy the dynamic between Pete and Myka. I feel like it’s good
                  now. If the two characters were to get together that would be fine too but it
                  doesn’t necessarily have to go there. Can you both tell me a little bit about
                  your on-screen chemistry?


Eddie McClintock:     Well Joanne and I figured we’d just get it over with the first week so we
                  got together a couple of times and she - unfortunately she kind of fell for me
                  and I had to tell her to back off. So since then she’s kind of, you know, she’s
                  not quite as hands-on let’s say as she used to be.


Joanne Kelly:     Shut up. You see how long I let that go for? Are you impressed?


Eddie McClintock:     You know, the other - this is kind of mine and Joanne’s relationship in a
                  nutshell. She and I were being pulled by a car - a camera truck and we were - I
                  was supposed to be driving, she’s sitting next to me, it’s a beautiful day, and
                  we’re being driven. And I just looked at her and I said do you ever get tired of
                  the fact that I can never take anything serious? And she goes sometimes I
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                want to stab you in the eye with a pencil. And she goes but if you were any
                other way, you know, it just - it wouldn’t be the same.


                And so, you know, I mean, look, I have a personality that, you know, it works
                for me sometimes and maybe not all the time but, you know, Joanne is a good
                sport and she puts up with my Tom Foolery let’s say. And, you know, we
                truly are like a brother and sister. Like we don’t always like each other.


                I mean, you know, we spend 15 hours a day 5 days a week. I mean, most
                families don’t spend that amount of time with each other so - and we’re in a
                very stressful situation. You know, it’s like there’s always someone standing
                there with their watch pointing at their watch going let’s go, let’s go, let’s go,
                you know, why did you mess up that line, why don’t you know your lines,
                we’ve got to move, why do you - haven’t you slept?


                I mean, so there’s a lot of opportunity for us to just not really care to like one
                another but, you know, we love each other and I have a great deal of respect
                for Joanne and her work and I think that it reflects in the work that we have on
                screen. I think that’s maybe why it works so well.


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah, you know, I think that a lot of actors can be very competitive with each
                other on screen and Eddie and I never competed and I think that’s one of the
                reasons what people call chemistry is that we actually trust and like one
                another.


                We never compete in things, we let each other do their own thing and that - I
                think we’ve - it’s just our - the fact that we’re just so different, I think our
                personalities allow that to happen and, you know, again he puts up with me
                because I’m not the, you know, the light of...
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Eddie McClintock:    The what?


Joanne Kelly:     Why, are you curious?


Eddie McClintock:    Yeah a little.


Joanne Kelly:     You know, I’m not the happiest chick in the world. Sometimes at 4:30 in the
                  morning I can get a little testy and Eddie is the one, you know, tells me - he
                  makes me laugh. So that’s all I was going to say -- or not.


Eddie McClintock:    I always love when I look over to Joanne and she has that look on her face
                  like do not look at me, do not touch me. So it causes me to like jump around -
                  like it makes me want to jump around even more even if I’m kind of tired I’m
                  like ooh, all right, this is a good opportunity for me to poke sticks at Joanne.
                  So it’s good man, it seems to work so far.


Joshua Maloney: Do either of you have a preference, I mean, do either of you want to see them
                  get together or, I mean, does it make a difference to either one of you, you
                  know, if they stay just partners or if they get together and have, you know, a
                  relationship?


Eddie McClintock:    Well I’ve been saying that in Season 15 Pete and Myka start bumping
                  their wheelchairs into one another in kind of a mating ritual but that won’t be
                  for a long time.


                  I mean, I like the fact that they have enough respect for the boundaries of their
                  job and enough respect for one another not to cross the line. I think it makes
                  Pete a more honorable guy. I think it makes - it lets Pete earn his other, you
                  know, little idiosyncrasies and I think that it gives the character depth, you
                  know.
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                  I mean, look, they’re two relatively attractive people that by all rights should
                  want each other but again I think they have a respect and a love for each other
                  that they don’t really go there.


Joanne Kelly:     I think any human relationship, any interesting human relationship between
                  two people is complex and it truly takes time to develop, anything that’s worth
                  its salt. And for us to explore the romantic part of it without first exploring the
                  complexities that - of these two people, you know, the partnership that they’re
                  creating and the friendship that they’re creating I think would just short
                  change everyone.


Joshua Maloney: All right, great answers. I appreciate it, thank you both.


Joanne Kelly:     Thank you.


Eddie McClintock:      Thank you.


Operator:         Our next question comes from the line of Amy and Nancy Harrington with
                  Pop Culture Passionistas.


Amy Harrington: Hi, thanks for taking the time to talk to us today.


Eddie McClintock:      Hello ladies.


Joanne Kelly:     Hi ladies.


Amy Harrington:: Hi.
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Amy Harrington:: We were wondering how you got cast on Warehouse 13 and what drew you to
                 the characters.


Eddie McClintock:    Do you want to go first this time Jo?


Joanne Kelly:    Sure.


Eddie McClintock:    Okay.


Joanne Kelly:    No you go first.


Eddie McClintock:    Okay. Talk just while I chew now.


Joanne Kelly:    Okay. Well how we were cast, basically it was a tough situation. Just like any
                 network there were about ten Petes and ten Mykas. You know, you go in, you
                 audition, and then they whittle it down and whittle it down and then there’s
                 about ten of each characters. The network mixes and matches the characters in
                 the room and, you know, there’s quite a story about the way that we got put
                 together and I’ll let Eddie take over from here.


Eddie McClintock:    Well, you know, usually by the time you get to the test they have whittled
                 it down to maybe two Petes and two Mykas. And in this case we walked in
                 and there were like - yeah like seven or eight of each.


Joanne Kelly:    All in suits all looking exactly.


Eddie McClintock:    Everybody looking exactly the same. And I just thought oh great, I’m not
                 going to get this job either. This was shortly after the birth of my second son
                 and I kind of had a thin year the year before.
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Joanne Kelly:   He was very sweaty.


Eddie McClintock:   I was very sweaty inside and out and I just, you know, an actor’s greatest
                fear is to make a mistake during the test, at least that’s my greatest fear. You
                know, you generally only get one chance in front of the network so you better
                not screw it up. And they had been mixing and matching us all day and I
                hadn’t gotten placed with Joanne so I was like oh she must suck.


Joanne Kelly:   He thought I sucked.


Eddie McClintock:   So they finally said okay you two go in and we were in there together and
                we had been talking.


Joanne Kelly:   We hadn’t been talking. Eddie you had your freak out session before we were
                in there together.


Eddie McClintock:   Oh that’s right.


Joanne Kelly:   So he comes out of the room and he’s like sweating and he likes takes off his
                tie and starts pacing. He starts talking about his baby’s birth and I’m like what
                is this dude talking about?


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah we didn’t know each other at all.


Joanne Kelly:   No and I’m pretty Zen at tests. Like I just - which is not how I am in real life
                at all.


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah she actually was sitting like in a Lotus position.


Joanne Kelly:   Not in a Lotus position but I’m very Zen.
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Eddie McClintock:   She had a (Bendy) on. So well what happened was the director put his arm
                around one of the other actors and I was like that’s it, I’m not getting this job.


                I took off my tie, I took off my jacket, and I said you know what, I got these -
                my sons, they’re like two little birds in the nest and their necks are stretching
                right and they’re stretched and their mouths are open, they’re waiting for their
                mom to sweep in and drop in the chewed up, regurgitated worm and I’ve got
                no fucking worm. And I was a little flipped out. And then literally Joanne was
                like dude.


Joanne Kelly:   I sat him down and I basically just talked him off the ledge. Tests are painful
                enough without some dude having a nervous breakdown.


Eddie McClintock:   Hence her calling me dude.


Joanne Kelly:   And they called us in the room the next - and we went in.


Eddie McClintock:   And Joanne’s line - she was supposed to call me a showboat and she was
                like listen you showbot. And so I just started going Showbot, Showbot,
                Showbot, and doing a robot and then I did like a Michael Jackson kick with a
                hee hee verse.


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah and I started getting mad at him and tried to get him back on track and
                everyone...


Eddie McClintock:   And she punched me and told me to shut up. And so when we walked out
                apparently Mark Stern looked at everybody and goes there it is, that’s the
                show right there. And so ironically enough we kind of got our jobs through a
                mistake so it was pretty cool.
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Amy Harrington:: That’s a great story.


Eddie McClintock:     I mean, it was just the way we recovered from the mistake and that we
                  were...


Joanne Kelly:     Well we actually had to go in the next day because they had forgotten to turn
                  on the sound. Yeah.


Eddie McClintock:     The girl that was operating the camera forgot to turn on the sound.


Joanne Kelly:     She is no longer with the network.


Eddie McClintock:     So we had to go back the next day and they’re like just recreate the magic.
                  Right.


Joanne Kelly:     Give me a wand. So that was our test experience. That’s the story of our first
                  meeting when we fell in love.


Amy Harrington: Eddie we had one other question for you which is we noticed on your Twitter
                  account that you were at the Trek convention in Tulsa and that you spoke with
                  Shatner so we’re dying to hear that story.


Eddie McClintock:     Yeah, I was backstage and the - my booking agent for the expo is a guy by
                  the name of (Gary Haas) and he’s a great guy and he has handled Bill for
                  years, Mr. Shatner for years. And he was telling Mr. Shatner all about my
                  show and, you know, all the great things that have been happening for the
                  show.
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                  And I just said yeah, you know, if you - I said Mr. Shatner, if you’re not too
                  busy maybe you would come and do an episode of the show. And he just
                  looked at me and he goes, “Call me Bill, please” almost in the voice of
                  George Takei. And so that kind of to me was like - okay, never mind. He
                  didn’t come out and just say no I’m not going to do that but he kind of didn’t
                  need to. I don’t think he’ll be doing it, I mean, he’s got three shows, he’s got
                  two talk shows and another show.


Joanne Kelly:     He has a talk show?


Eddie McClintock:     Yeah, the man is...


Joanne Kelly:     What does he talk about?


Eddie McClintock:     Himself. And he’s incredibly busy.


Joanne Kelly:     I think he’s definitely going to come on the show after he hears that you said
                  that.


Eddie McClintock:     But I must say that I sat next to Michael Dorn and he was really interested
                  in coming and doing an episode of the show. What a great guy, really smart
                  and nice guy, Michael Dorn who played Worf.


Amy Harrington:: Very cool. Well thank you both for your time today, we appreciate it.


Eddie McClintock:     Thank you so much.


Joanne Kelly:     Thank you.


Eddie McClintock:     Worf is a Klingon from Star Trek Next Gen.
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Joanne Kelly:    (Unintelligible), British actor?


Eddie McClintock:    Yeah. Hello?


Operator:        Our next question comes from the line of April MacIntyre with Monsters and
                 Critics.


Eddie McClintock:    No.


Joanne Kelly:    No April.


Eddie McClintock:    No April MacIntyres.


April MacIntyre: Well you know what’s interesting, I spoke to you guys two NBC press days
                 ago and you were both very nervous about this show. You were doing a panel
                 and presenting it to the TV critics and you were like yeah, what do you think?
                 What did you think of it? And here you have this huge hit.


Eddie McClintock:    When was this? At the PCAs?


April MacIntyre: Yeah it was NBC Press Day in Pasadena at the Langham. You were there.


Eddie McClintock:    Oh right, okay, sure.


April MacIntyre: Yeah and I spoke to you out on the lawn and you were like what did you think
                 of it and I was like I really liked it and you were like - you were questioning
                 everyone and grilling everyone. You also...


Eddie McClintock:    Yeah, I mean, yeah.
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Joanne Kelly:     I don’t think it had come out yet. Was it out?


April MacIntyre: Yeah no, you guys were promoting it. Definitely I spoke to Eddie, it might not
                  - no it was both of you. Yeah you were there and with the show.


Eddie McClintock:     And it had already aired?


April MacIntyre: No the screen had been sent out, it was prior to air date.


Joanne Kelly:     Well, you know, you make these things in a bubble, right? The show, you
                  have no idea how anyone is going to respond to it. I mean, you don’t even
                  know what it’s going to be until you see it.


April MacIntyre: I know.


Joanne Kelly:     Until the episodes had actually starting airing, right? I mean, I saw a few
                  episodes but I had no - you can’t really get - I can never get a sense of it so it’s
                  kind of like you go in there blind. And when people respond to it of course I
                  think there is an element of surprise, you know what I mean? Because you
                  have no idea. I mean, it really is such a subjective thing as well, you know?


April MacIntyre: Right.


Eddie McClintock:     For me this is my fifth series, my tenth pilot, so, you know, to have
                  somebody actually, you know, I’m so wanting for the show to be a success
                  especially because, you know, I really like the show and to have somebody
                  go, I mean, when the reviews started coming in and like there were eight good
                  reviews to every bad review, I was just shocked. And then the numbers came
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                  in and I still didn’t believe, you know, because I’ve been on a show before
                  that I thought was a hit and then we got cancelled.


Joanne Kelly:     Did you buy a car when you thought it was a hit?


Eddie McClintock:     Well yeah, I was on a show in ’99 with Tony Shaloub and Neil Patrick
                  Harris called Stark Raving Mad and we won the People’s Choice award so,
                  you know, I bought a Porsche and not a boxer.


Joanne Kelly:     Why would you buy a Porsche?


Eddie McClintock:     It was like a 911.


Joanne Kelly:     He’s very impractical this one.


Eddie McClintock:     Because I have a very small penis. I’m Irish and it’s cold there.


Joanne Kelly:     It’s cold here, cold all the time, cold all the time.


Eddie McClintock:     So, you know, to have people say nice things about something that we
                  work so hard to make good is...


Joanne Kelly:     To make good?


Eddie McClintock:     Yeah, to make good.


April MacIntyre: Sure, sure. Wow this is going to be an awesome transcript.


Eddie McClintock:     I wouldn’t say we decide to make it well.
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April MacIntyre: My question for you guys, I’m really curious about - you’ve got such an
                   interesting array of guest stars. I mean, you know, gosh, Lindsay Wagner,
                   Rene, Paula Garces.


Joanne Kelly:      I love Renee.


April MacIntyre: Can you tell us - can you give us a little bit of insight on who is doing what? I
                   know that, you know, we - the Star Wars - oh help me, his name is Faran,
                   Faran Tahir. He has also joined your cast. Can you tell us who is doing what
                   on Warehouse 13?


Joanne Kelly:      No we can’t. It’s a secret, you have to watch to find out.


Eddie McClintock:      I know that they have released the fact that Jaime or Jaime, Jaime Somers
                   -- Lindsay Wagner plays the warehouse doctor so she has already been in one
                   episode and I know she’s coming back to do another episode. Tia Carrere
                   plays kind of a lost love interest for Pete.


Joanne Kelly:      A lost love interest?


Eddie McClintock:      Because they never - I don’t know if they ever...


Joanne Kelly:      Actually consummated the relationship?


Eddie McClintock:      I don’t know if they ever...


Joanne Kelly:      I think they consummated it bunches.


Eddie McClintock:      Yeah well there’s a lot of...
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Joanne Kelly:     But that’s just Myka’s point of view.


Eddie McClintock:     A whole lot of consummating going on. Paula Garces of course plays...


Joanne Kelly:     Another, yet another love interest.


Eddie McClintock:     Love interest for Pete.


Joanne Kelly:     There are so many love interests.


Eddie McClintock:     They hooked me up pretty good this year.


Joanne Kelly:     Yeah they kind of left me out to dry.


Eddie McClintock:     Rene Auberjonois plays a love interest for Myka.


Joanne Kelly:     Yes, Rene is sexy, sexy, sexy, sexy man.


April MacIntyre: Interesting.


Eddie McClintock:     Yeah. And it’s awesome man, you know, I get to see all these people who,
                  you know, I grew up watching, I mean, Rene and Lindsay.


Joanne Kelly:     And Rene and Lindsay are both lovely, lovely, lovely human beings and
                  Faran.


Eddie McClintock:     Yeah, we’ve had really great experiences with everybody. And I think
                  that...


Joanne Kelly:     We’ve been lucky.
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Eddie McClintock:     You know, I think that what - we welcome them to the show, you know, I
                  mean we...


Joanne Kelly:     We both know what it’s like to come in and have a stint on a show and not
                  know anyone and have people in a definite rhythm and I think that both Eddie
                  and I and our producers and everyone really tries to make the set a very open
                  and welcoming place for everybody.


Eddie McClintock:     Yeah.


Joanne Kelly:     A place where you can like really create and dig your teeth in and that you
                  feel free to make choices and that free to create on I think is important to both
                  of us.


Eddie McClintock:     Yeah there’s not a lot of stress on the set.


April MacIntyre: Right, right. Last question for you both. Okay what is the prop or the artifact
                  that you guys play with that you annoy the crap with the Art Department and
                  they’re like put it down, don’t touch it. Which prop, which artifact?


Joanne Kelly:     Oh that’s more of an Eddie question.


Eddie McClintock:     No I...


Joanne Kelly:     He tries to break stuff. He tries breaking down the door, it’s like 3:00 in the
                  morning, he has to break down a door. He actually tries to break - I’m like do
                  you understand if you actually break the door we have to build a new door and
                  reset it and we will be here until 6:00 am. He continues to try to break the
                  door.
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Eddie McClintock:   Well how many times do you get kind of permission to kick a door as hard
                as you can?


Joanne Kelly:   A lot in the show. We get lots of time.


Eddie McClintock:   Anytime I get an opportunity to kick the door or to slam into something,
                you know, I like to break it. It looks real.


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah, he just likes to break it, not because it looks real.


Eddie McClintock:   Last year Joanne threw me through the wall.


Joanne Kelly:   Oh I didn’t really throw you through the - well I kind of did.


Eddie McClintock:   She had her hands on me and I kind of threw myself around.


Joanne Kelly:   No I threw you through the wall.


Eddie McClintock:   Okay she threw me. And so, you know, they worry that I’m going to break
                other things.


Joanne Kelly:   Well I do all the stunts.


Eddie McClintock:   On my body instead of the props per se.


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah Eddie likes to break his body.


Eddie McClintock:   Right and I like to break dance.
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April MacIntyre: Thank you both very much.


Eddie McClintock:   Oh thank you, thank you.


Joanne Kelly:   Thank you.


Operator:       Our next question comes from the line of Earl Dittman with Wireless
                Magazines. Please go ahead.


Joanne Kelly:   Hi Earl.


Earl Dittman:   Hi, y’all are having a great time. Y’all are just having a good time, I just love
                listening to y’all and hearing y’all.


Joanne Kelly:   Oh thanks Earl.


Eddie McClintock:   Earl where are you from?


Earl Dittman:   I’m from Texas.


Eddie McClintock:   Oh because I hear the y’all in there and I know my wife...


Earl Dittman:   The twang. Yeah the y’all gives it away.


Eddie McClintock:   My wife is from Corpus.


Earl Dittman:   What? Are you from Corpus?


Eddie McClintock:   My wife.
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Earl Dittman:   Oh well tell her hi from another Texan. I have to say I watched the show all
                last season, I fell in love with it, and then I got the box set this past week and
                watched the whole thing in one whole day and fell in love with it again and
                thought what is it about this show that’s so great and it’s just a very magical,
                well acted, well written show.


                And I could only imagine that each day that you go into work or each time
                you get a script are you surprised by some of the things that you do or each
                time you get a new episode? I mean, does this still surprise you as much as it
                does us, both of you?


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah, every time I get a script it scares the living daylights out of me with
                what they have planned sometimes. There is never a dull moment Earl, never
                a dull moment.


Eddie McClintock:   To me it’s like Christmas, you know, it’s like opening a present before,
                you know, sneaking and opening a present because I’m like oh what do I get
                to play - I get to do that? I get to break a door because I love breaking doors.


Joanne Kelly:   What is it with doors today?


Eddie McClintock:   And, you know, it’s really a lot of fun, man, you know, because we get to
                do so many different things on the show.


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah and this season, the second season, is even...


Eddie McClintock:   Even more so.


Joanne Kelly:   Even more so like I’m even more scared to pick up my scripts this year than I
                was last year so they have a lot planned Earl.
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Earl Dittman:   Well - go ahead.


Eddie McClintock:   The show has gotten bigger, better, faster, and funnier I think.


Joanne Kelly:   Bigger, better, faster, stronger.


Earl Dittman:   And that’s interesting because everyone - the buzz is that everyone knows to
                watch the show. It’s become this phenomenon, you know.


Joanne Kelly:   Well I think, you know, we’ve been really, really lucky too, I mean, the
                network really pushed us last year and Syfy has been really great about
                promoting the show and I think they really put it out there.


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah we’re on billboards this year. Our faces are on billboards.


Earl Dittman:   Wow.


Joanne Kelly:   And I think...


Eddie McClintock:   Which is very exciting for me.


Joanne Kelly:   Very exciting for Eddie. But I think that, you know, the audience response has
                been so good and I think that, you know, they have just continued to push it
                and everybody is real proud and I think the show this year, everyone has
                really done their darnedest to deliver. Because the audience - for the audience,
                you know.


Earl Dittman:   Yeah.
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Eddie McClintock:   I think the writers, you know, because last year when we did the pilot, you
                know, the pilot is much thinner on the comedy than subsequent episodes
                because I think when we did the pilot at that point we were still going is this a
                funny show, is it supposed to be funny?


                And then when they used that line about I made cookies and then when Pete
                goes ooh and then that kind of became the tag for the show, I think it let
                everybody know including the network and the writers and everyone that, you
                know, we were really going to - we were also going to have a good time and
                not take ourselves too seriously and I think that’s what...


Joanne Kelly:   You think that came from the cookie line?


Eddie McClintock:   I mean, that’s just, I mean, for me it’s just...


Joanne Kelly:   I’m just kidding.


Eddie McClintock:   It became kind of a metaphor for the evolution of the show.


Joanne Kelly:   I think that is a good metaphor for the evolution of the show.


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah. And so, you know, I think that the writers really have found an
                amazing line to walk in regards to being able to have a very well written, well
                done, dramatic moment and then in the same scene there is a big comedy beat.
                And then in the next beat we’re on a chase.


Earl Dittman:   Oh exactly.


Eddie McClintock:   And so I think it keeps the viewer off balance, it kind of keeps me as an
                actor off balance, and I think it helps keep the show fresh.
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Earl Dittman:   Yeah, that’s what it is, fresh. Before I let y’all go, I’ll make it really quick,
                ideally you’d love to work on a show for 15, 20 years. But do you see kind of
                like a point where you’d like to see Warehouse 13 get to at least what season
                before the show starts to go stale? Or it may not go stale, I mean, look at ER
                and stuff like that.


Eddie McClintock:   You know, I mean, if you see the shots of the warehouse, the warehouse is
                massive. I mean, it goes on for...


Earl Dittman:   Forever.


Eddie McClintock:   For miles.


Joanne Kelly:   It’s infinite.


Eddie McClintock:   And so, you know, I mean, as far as where the story can go, as long as
                they don’t, you know, put me on water skis in an Evel Knievel outfit and have
                me jump a shark, you know, I’m still there, I’m still ready to go. I remember
                watching that episode and even I at that age was like what? What are we
                doing here?


                So yeah, I mean, I think as long as you continue to enjoy what we’re doing
                and enjoy each other, I’m in, you know. I would like the show to get moved
                back to LA, I’m not thrilled that we’re in Toronto just because my family is in
                LA, you know.


Earl Dittman:   The first season was in LA and now you are in Toronto this year?


Eddie McClintock:   No, last season was here in Toronto as well.
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Earl Dittman:   Oh, any talk that it might go to LA?


Joanne Kelly:   No.


Eddie McClintock:     Well, you know, after contract renegotiations and I have fully blossomed
                as a, you know, actor type prick, I think I’m going to, you know, muscle the
                network into making it move back to LA.


Earl Dittman:   Well I hope you get back home and tell your wife to come back home to
                Texas every so often.


Eddie McClintock:     There you go.


Earl Dittman:   Well thank you guys and again I hope you have another great season. We’ll
                do our best to get people to watch it because it is one of the best shows on TV
                right now.


Joanne Kelly:   Thank you so much.


Eddie McClintock:     You’re the best, thank you man.


Earl Dittman:   Thank you so much.


Joanne Kelly:   Thank you so much, we really appreciate that.


Earl Dittman:   Thank you.


Eddie McClintock:     Bye-bye.
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Earl Dittman:   Bye-bye.


Operator:       Our next question comes from the line of Curt Wagner with RedEye. Please
                go ahead.


Joanne Kelly:   Hi Curt.


Eddie McClintock:   I’m got a red eye right now Curt.


Curt Wagner:    Do you?


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah.


Joanne Kelly:   Eddie, quiet.


Curt Wagner:    Nice to talk to you again.


Eddie McClintock:   We met didn’t we?


Curt Wagner:    What?


Eddie McClintock:   Did we talk the other day?


Curt Wagner:    We did, we talked last Thursday or something like that.


Eddie McClintock:   The Show Patrol.


Curt Wagner:    Right, right, right. Joanne nice talking to you, I’ve never talked to you before.
                It’s our first time.
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Joanne Kelly:   Who me?


Eddie McClintock:   That’s a good dude.


Joanne Kelly:   Oh hi Curt.


Curt Wagner:    Hi. Well Eddie, last week and earlier this call you talked about how the two of
                you, your relationship is a lot like Pete and Myka’s relationship so it got me
                thinking, could each of you describe how the other one is like their character?


Eddie McClintock:   Why don’t you go first Jo?


Joanne Kelly:   Why? I don’t want to.


Eddie McClintock:   All right, I’ll go first. You know, I am impulsive.


Joanne Kelly:   Wait, we’re supposed to describe how the other one is like their character, not
                how you are like your character. Is that correct Curt?


Curt Wagner:    That is correct.


Eddie McClintock:   So how is Joanne like her character?


Joanne Kelly:   That’s why I wanted you to go first so I could get you back.


Eddie McClintock:   You know the expression don’t get your panties in a bunch Priscilla?


Curt Wagner:    Yeah.


Eddie McClintock:   That’s kind of...
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Curt Wagner:    Not the Priscilla part but yes.


Eddie McClintock:   A one-liner for JoJo. And she’s really tall. So Myka is tall and Joanne is -
                Myka has very long legs and so does Joanne, Myka is very pretty and so is
                Joanne. You know...


Joanne Kelly:   Curt you should ask us those questions separately when we’re both not in the
                room.


Eddie McClintock:   I see Joanne as a right brain, more of a right brain thinker and I think
                Myka is the same way. Myka is smart, Joanne is very, very smart. And Myka
                wants to give Pete all the money in her bank account and so Joanne wants to
                give Eddie all the money in her bank account. And go.


Joanne Kelly:   I think everything you need to know you’ve just heard.


Curt Wagner:    All right. Is that it? All right so they’re both jokers, huh?


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah. You know, I’m a big believer that every character you play you take a
                little piece of you and you just kind of run with it. In this case I think the
                writers tend to write for who they think we are as people and what we bring to
                work and I think, you know, I’m very focused at work and very practical and
                very problem solving and that is who Myka is. And Eddie is five years old.


Eddie McClintock:   You can say it.


Joanne Kelly:   He’s five years old. But that’s - and that’s what is so fun.


Eddie McClintock:   I know you are but what am I?
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Joanne Kelly:   Five years old. I think there’s a lightness and a real love of what he does and a
                real, you know, mischievousness that makes it, you know, mentally
                watchable. So I think that, you know, kind of my stick up the assedness and
                his...


Eddie McClintock:   You made up a word.


Joanne Kelly:   And his, you know, lightness and kind of craziness, we allow each other to
                take that to the nth degree.


Eddie McClintock:   You know, it’s like this. When you’re working and you’re shooting for 15
                hours a day it’s hard to hide behind a character. It’s at least for me it’s like if I
                had to try and fool someone with this character for this amount of time I don’t
                know, maybe it’s because maybe I’m not that great of an actor.


                So instead of trying to play act some character or be someone else, I mean, I
                pretty much just think well how would I say that, how would I react to that,
                and let that - and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t and when it
                doesn’t work Jack, our EP comes - he will come and say, you know, maybe
                you should change that.


                And there’s other times when, you know, I mean, when I just figure because
                I’m not in certain circumstances that Pete and Myka end up in that I just
                assume how would an adult act and then I just try and do that. Anyway.


Curt Wagner:    All right, all right thanks. One follow-up question. Joanne, Eddie told me last
                week that superhero suit you have to wear I think in the second episode, that
                he was kind of mad he didn’t get to wear it. He thought his butt would look -
                have looked a lot better.
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Eddie McClintock:     Ooh, did I say that? I must have been drunk.


Joanne Kelly:   No.


Eddie McClintock:     She had a pretty nice booty.


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah my bum is pretty good.


Eddie McClintock:     She works out pretty well.


Joanne Kelly:   I work out hard. But Eddie’s is a little on the flat side. It’s a little flat in some
                places.


Eddie McClintock:     Thank you.


Joanne Kelly:   But maybe if we pulled it up into a wedgy like apparatus that would have been
                the most flattering.


Eddie McClintock:     My ass has more dimples than a Titlist, okay?


Curt Wagner:    All right, well thanks guys. Look forward to seeing you at Comicon.


Joanne Kelly:   Thank you, thank you, have a nice day.


Eddie McClintock:     See you man.


Curt Wagner:    Bye-bye.
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Operator:       Our next question comes from the line of Jenny Rarden with
                tvismypacifier.com.


Jenny Rarden:   Hi guys.


Eddie McClintock:   I like that one.


Jenny Rarden:   Eddie I’ve talked to you on Twitter several times.


Eddie McClintock:   Of course, yeah.


Jenny Rarden:   You know me as (unintelligible) on there.


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah yeah, I just saw today. You were going to speak. You have that cool
                little icon. How are you?


Jenny Rarden:   I’m good, thanks. Well I have a couple of questions for you both and I
                actually have to say first that my 12 year old son is a huge fan of the show.
                We all watch it as a family and when I told him this morning that I was going
                to be speaking to you guys he was like I’m so jealous.


Eddie McClintock:   Oh that’s amazing, that’s amazing.


Joanne Kelly:   That was very cute, yeah.


Jenny Rarden:   So my first question is are you surprised - are you guys surprised that it’s such
                a hit with such a variety of ages?


Eddie McClintock:   Am I surprised? Well like we said earlier, I’m always surprised when
                something is a hit. I mean, the fact that viewers have 400 channels to look at
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                and they need to have - the show needs to be an immediate success or the
                networks, you know, they kill the show. So I’m surprised that it’s a big hit.


                Am I surprised that it’s a hit with such a wide audience? No I think that was
                kind of our - certainly it was my hopes that, you know, the show could be a
                show that would bring a family together, you know, like something that
                everybody could like say okay, you make the popcorn, I’ll get the blankets,
                you turn the lights down, I’ll get, you know, and everybody sits and watches it
                and the next day at the breakfast table they could talk about the show.


                Or, you know, I mean, I know it’s kind of an old - it may be like I don’t even
                know if people - families sit down for breakfast anymore but, you know, it’s
                kind of an old fashioned notion. But it just seems like maybe it would be nice
                to get back to that.


                You know, I know there were shows like that in the past and we used to do
                that when I was a kid. We’d watch the Night Stalker, you know, Cold Shack
                and everybody would get a little creeped out and I used to have such a - it’s
                just such a great memory for me as a kid.


                And if I can create those kind of memories for some other kid that has an
                overactive imagination like I seemed to have when I was a kid then that would
                be amazing. That’s kind of the dream come true for me. Jo?


Jenny Rarden:   Yeah well, I mean, we definitely do that as a family. We enjoy it and enjoy
                talking about it after. So my second question is can you guys think of any
                artifact -- well I mean make up of course -- that hasn’t been on the show yet
                that you’d like to see?
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Eddie McClintock:     Well, you know, I’ve kind of been saying that I’d love to have Janis
                Joplin’s backstage pass from Woodstock and whoever held this backstage
                pass could go to any concert through time. And so it would allow me to go
                back and see, you know, early Beatles or go see Black Sabbath or the Doors
                or Credence and all this music that my dad exposed me to as a kid that I never
                was able to see live.


                You know, like I was supposed to go see Led Zeppelin when I was in like the
                8th or 9th grade and then John Bonham died and I never was able to. And
                they’ve been, you know, for me music is such a huge part of my life and I use
                songs as like memory triggers, you know, so a lot of my memories of being a
                kid and growing up are associated with different songs. So it would be the
                backstage Janis Joplin laminate pass from Woodstock.


Jenny Rarden:   And Joanne, do you have anything?


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah, you know, if I could meet one person dead or alive it would be
                Shakespeare so we already did Edgar Allen Poe’s pen so I think it would be
                uninventive of me to say that. Maybe like Shakepeare’s hat or Shakespeare’s -
                something so I could meet him.


Eddie McClintock:     Shakespeare’s codpiece.


Joanne Kelly:   No.


Jenny Rarden:   All right, thank you guys very much.


Eddie McClintock:     All right thank you.
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Operator:         Our next question comes from the line of Joseph Dilworth with Pop Culture
                  Zoo. Please go ahead.


Joanne Kelly:     Hello.


Joseph Dilworth: Hey guys, thank you for your time today.


Eddie McClintock:     JD, what’s up brother?


Joseph Dilworth: Nothing much, how’s it going?


Eddie McClintock:     Good, we’ve spoken before.


Joseph Dilworth: We have, we spoke last year and we do the Twitter occasionally.


Eddie McClintock:     Nice, nice, good to hear from you man.


Joseph Dilworth: Yeah thanks. My first question is considering all the past, you know,
                  warehouse operatives have essentially left the job due to being killed, is that
                  something that’s in the back of the minds of Pete and Myka and does that
                  affect them at all going into Season 2?


Eddie McClintock:     You know, I think that Pete never really allows himself to go there. Again
                  I think part of his defense mechanism in regards to having those kind of
                  thoughts are - his defense mechanism is his arrested development, the state of
                  arrested development that he tends to live in. But, you know, put him in a
                  serious situation and you would want no one else, you know, backing you up.


                  But, you know, from the time that his father died at a young age Pete has used
                  his sense of humor as a way to escape and I think that’s what he does in
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                  regards to any kind of thoughts of being killed. And, you know, he’s a brave
                  guy at heart and I don’t think that he’s all that concerned about that as long as
                  he can die nobly and help the world and help his friends.


Joanne Kelly:     I think Myka is - it’s quite the opposite for her. I mean, in Season 1 we see her
                  having already lost a partner which I think comes from a lot of the mask that
                  we see in Season 1, the kind of obsessive personality, the need for control, the
                  need for structure.


                  I think that death is something that her partner’s death and her lover’s death
                  was something that affected her and I think that’s why she holds onto
                  everything so tightly and why she’s so regimented and has such structure in
                  her life is because that’s something that she lives with every day and the fear
                  of that happening again is a driving force behind her character. And I think
                  that’s very much where her seriousness comes from.


Joseph Dilworth: Cool. And as just a quick follow-up, last season we got to see - we got to meet
                  Myka’s parents to get more of an insight into her background. Do we get to
                  get any more on Pete’s background this year?


Eddie McClintock:     In regards to his parents, no. You know, I think we kind of - we touch on
                  Pete’s alcoholism and we touch on, you know, his military history, he’s a
                  former Marine. And, you know, that was a thing that I kind of - that I really
                  wanted. I wanted him to be an ex former Marine. I thought that it kind of - it
                  lent more credibility to - it gave Pete some gravitas.


                  And it was a good opportunity for me to kind of give a shout out to all the
                  people in the armed forces who are - who have lived and died and continue to
                  fight for our country. That’s just the way I kind of grew up so that was
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                 important for me. And so yeah, I think we continue to find out more and more
                 about all the characters throughout the show.


Joseph Dilworth: Awesome, well thank you very much guys. I’m looking forward to the rest of
                 Season 2 and keeping fingers crossed for Season 3.


Eddie McClintock:    Thanks man.


Joanne Kelly:    Thank you, thank you so much.


Joseph Dilworth: Thanks.


Operator:        Our next question comes from the line of Troy Rogers with deadbolt.com.


Troy Rogers:     Hi Eddie, hi Joanne.


Eddie McClintock:    Troy, what’s up?


Joanne Kelly:    Hi Troy.


Troy Rogers:     I’m sitting up here in Vancouver in the rain.


Joanne Kelly:    Groovy, yea.


Eddie McClintock:    We’re in Toronto in the heat and humidity so trade you.


Troy Rogers:     Sure, I’ll take it. Many fans want Pete and Myka to hook up which probably
                 won’t happen so I want to know how would any other love interest work in
                 relation to the job that they have?
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Joanne Kelly:   Well how does any love interest work in relation to the jobs?


Eddie McClintock:   They tend to not work out.


Joanne Kelly:   They tend to not work out. You know, I think that the truth of this is we see
                two people who are consumed by their profession and who are trying to
                develop relationships both within the warehouse and without. I mean, one of
                the things that I think makes this so interesting is that not only is it fantastical
                and not only do you have really cool artifacts and such but it’s the
                relationships in the show that is the heart of the show.


                And I think as we explore that, as we continue to explore the relationships
                between the people in the warehouse and their attempts to form relationships
                outside of the warehouse which I think you’ll see in Season 2, you see how,
                you know, as in - as reflected by life that conflicts into. I mean, career and
                love in life as it is in the warehouse I think is very different and I think we see
                a lot of people struggle with that this season.


Eddie McClintock:   And I think, you know, some people realize that they’re just better as
                friends, you know. So it’s almost like I think they realize they’re really so
                different from each other that they’re better - they better serve one another as
                friends. No? I don’t know. So, you know, Pete almost goes to Myka and, you
                know, Myka I think - my back story is like Myka would be, you know, Myka
                would be the first one to try and help Pete, you know, hook up with some
                chick that she thought that was good enough for him.


Joanne Kelly:   Which would be no one.


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah, exactly.
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Troy Rogers:    So and what does the Eureka crossover mean for the show?


Eddie McClintock:   Well, I mean, I think that Eureka has such a great following, you know. I
                think it will be great for our show. You know, we went to Comicon last year
                and their panel was just enormous and I was just blown away. I really had no
                idea that the show is that popular.


Joanne Kelly:   It’s such a great bunch of people and actors as well, like a really talented cast,
                really nice cast.


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah, yeah.


Joanne Kelly:   And a lot of them are Canadian as well. I’m Canadian so that makes me
                happy.


Eddie McClintock:   We won’t hold that against them.


Joanne Kelly:   He’s in Vancouver.


Eddie McClintock:   I know. But, you know, I think it will be good for both shows man. And I
                think that it kind of opens up the door for maybe Pete to end up on Sanctuary
                or, you know, I don’t know if - I don’t know what would happen if Pete ended
                up on Caprica. I don’t know what they would make of him there.


                But, you know, I think it’s great. It’s - Syfy has a great way of sharing the
                casts between shows and they don’t worry too much about it and they actually
                encourage it so I think it’s cool.


Troy Rogers:    True. One more quick thing Eddie. Was it by design or coincidence that Pete
                has a weakness for cookies and Artie loves to bake cookies?
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Eddie McClintock:   It was kind of in the script. I think it was one of those things that just kind
                of happened and then they were like ooh, let’s make that a thing, you know. I
                don’t really think it was by design, I think it was just one of those lucky little
                coincidences that occurred on the set, you know, which we’re thankful for
                because I do like cookies.


Joanne Kelly:   He likes sugar but he’s quit eating sugar. I’m very proud of him.


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah I don’t eat sugar at all during the week because, you know.


Joanne Kelly:   But he used to, he used to eat so much he’d make his belly sore.


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah my belly would.


Troy Rogers:    All right guys.


Joanne Kelly:   Gumballs.


Eddie McClintock:   All right, all right.


Troy Rogers:    Thanks guys, good luck.


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah not to go off on a sugar tangent there.


Gary Morganstein:   We have time for one more question so we could let Eddie and Joanne get
                back to filming their wonderful series.


Operator:       Our last question then comes from the line of Ian Cullen with Sci-Fi Pulse.
                Please go ahead.
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Joanne Kelly:   Hi Ian.


Eddie McClintock:   Hey Ian.


Ian Cullen:     Hi guys. I had a question about some of the guest stars. You’ve got Lindsay
                Wagner from Bionic Woman, we’ve got Sean Mayer from Firefly. Are we
                going to see any sort of playful references to those shows in the new series
                when it comes out?


Eddie McClintock:   Not to Firefly and I don’t know if we have any references to Bionic
                Woman in the show.


Joanne Kelly:   Other than the person who plays the Bionic Woman.


Eddie McClintock:   Right, right.


Joanne Kelly:   Which is enough isn’t it?


Eddie McClintock:   But, you know, we reference so - there are so many nods to so many
                different shows.


Joanne Kelly:   This is true.


Eddie McClintock:   And a lot of times, you know, we’ll be nodding at a show and I’ll be like
                what show is this again? And sometimes I won’t know it and but it’s great. I
                think it’s great for the fans, I think it’s great for the old fans and for the new
                fans but I don’t think - it doesn’t alienate the people that don’t get it. They still
                make it funny whether you are a fan of that particular show or not. So even
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                though we don’t necessarily reference the shows that the guest stars, there are
                plenty of other show references.


Ian Cullen:     And I’ve got one more question if it’s okay.


Eddie McClintock:   Sure.


Ian Cullen:     I’m just wondering as actors how much actual input do you guys actually have
                in regards to the characterization of - do you actually get to talk to the writers
                if you feel that something isn’t say true to the character in your point of view?


Eddie McClintock:   Yeah absolutely, I mean, I think the writers - no one really truly knows the
                characters better than we do I guess at the end of the day even though they
                write the words for us. And if there is a - if we have a problem basically we’ll
                ask, you know, what do you think about this and then generally what happens
                is they will say well just try it as written and then we’ll do it your way too so
                we’ll have both. So that way everybody kind of is satisfied in that regard.


Joanne Kelly:   Yeah and, I mean, at the beginning of each season, you know, because we are
                in Toronto we actually go and have a sit down with the writers, all of us, and
                they tell us what they’re planning for the season and we all talk about it. Not a
                lot of shows do that.


                And they’ve been - the writers room is so great because they’re so open to
                suggestion and they’re so open to any ideas that either Eddie, I, Saul, Allison,
                anyone really has. And they really - I think it’s part of what makes the show
                so great is that kind of openness towards any ideas, our ideas or, you know,
                anyone else’s.
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Eddie McClintock:   Hey thank you so much you guys.


Joanne Kelly:   Thanks everyone.


Eddie McClintock:   For the interest. Man, I hope that...


Joanne Kelly:   Have a wonderful afternoon.


Eddie McClintock:   I hope that you guys enjoy the show and we’ll try not to let anyone down.


Gary Morganstein:   You won’t. Tuesday, July 6 at 9:00, Warehouse 13 returning. Thank you
                Eddie, Jo, and thanks everyone for being on the call.


Joanne Kelly:   Thanks guys.


Eddie McClintock:   Thanks guys.


Gary Morganstein:   Take care.


Eddie McClintock:   Thanks JoJo.




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