Knives, Tattoos, Cursing and Bites: Crazy Fan Interactions
Dexter'sJennifer Carpenter reveals that fans on location in Long Beach will often pull out knives and ask her co-star, Michael C. Hall, to pretend to stab them in a nod to the Showtime series. "People ask me to cuss at them a lot," she said with a laugh. Meanwhile, Bones' David Boreanaz says fans pay homage to his Fox character with gifts of crazy socks -- including some that may be used. Plus why would fans ask the former Angel star to bite them? Plus why would fans ask Lucy Liu to spank them?
'Dexter', 'Fringe' and 'Bones': How Will The Shows Will End?
Bones star David Boreanaz says he hopes Booth and Brennan finally end up together in a Poltergeist-style finale, while Joshua Jackson says he already knows how Fringe will end after meeting with producers. In addition, Jennifer Carpenter has a great idea for how Dexter ends but it comes with a catch: Deb must live.
Fringe'sJoshua Jackson and Elementary'sLucy Liu, both Con veterans, advise the Arrow star that the fans he'll meet in San Diego are some of the most well-versed he'll encounter, while Once Upon a Time's Ginnifer Goodwin suggests he take a lap of the convention floor sans security. Meanwhile, Amell reveals some of the early feedback he's gotten from archery fans: Don't pull an Orlando Bloom and have bad form.
Missed Opportunities: An Almost Spartacus, Asleep at the 'Creek'
Stephen Amell reveals that he can't watch Starz's Spartacus after he narrowly lost the part to Liam McIntyre, while Joshua Jackson recalls an executive who fell asleep during his studio audition for the role that made him a star: Dawson's Creek. Meanwhile, Dexter'sJennifer Carpenter says there's no such thing as a missed opportunity.
Who's never seen "Star Wars"? Who's still obsessed with Princess Leia? Jennifer Carpenter, Ginnifer Goodwin, Joshua Jackson, Stephen Amell, Lucy Liu and David Boreanaz talk costumes and fans at the annual San Diego convention.
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