TYLER: There was probably more diversity in terms of storyline for everybody. I mean, for the most part, everybody was phenomenal and absolutely great — and the guys, my God, I loved my boys on that show.
RYAN: Exactly — but that’s hard, when the new kid comes in and suddenly it’s all about them. They were hilarious to the point that if I had a two-shot with and then it’s my close-up, I had to look off-camera because if I looked at them I’d just break and crack up.
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He calmly deals with some highly problematic people on the series and he’s never judgmental or unkind.
into the mainstream media, and not just the sci-fi mags and things like that. They didn’t want anybody to know anything about it until the day I walked on to set to shoot this — which is a bunch of other stories! They were very successful in getting the mainstream media to pay attention to it with the addition of the character. They’ve got this character that’s so rich, because she’s not even when they start out…
Once I was dating the boss, funny how things suddenly cleaned up! TYLER: I always feel like there’s a strange intimacy on a set that makes difficult sets much difficult that working at a difficult office — because you can usually avoid the other person… There’s no avoidance on a set, and most of my scenes were with this person. RYAN: I mean, there was NO avoidance, because it was the richest relationship. where they had a very close co-star, sometimes their love interest, and they really did not like each other off-camera.A female who objected got punched in the face by Nev and injured.Nev’s recollection of the event and bystanders’ stories were quite different.A 2006 interview with Garrett Wang contains some fairly harsh reports of the on-set experience surrounding Ryan’s arrival to the show, but a recent interview on actress Aisha Tyler’s podcast (released last summer, but just pointed out to us by a reader this week) has one of the first narratives of those years revealed by Jeri Ryan herself. Typically, it’s the Captain that gets the attention of the press, and the shows revolve around that.Ryan does not specifically name Mulgrew as the source of her torment, but her description of the interaction, combined with the years of reports of discontent with this unnamed co-star makes it nearly impossible to be anyone else. The costume people didn’t see what the makeup people were doing, everything was secret, secret, secret. So all of a sudden, all of that shifted drastically in Season Four and now the writers, who have been writing for the same seven characters for three years, are salivating for something new to write with.