字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Male Speaker: Very nice to meet you guys. Now I'm a huge fan of the show and with the recent NSA news it feels like the show is more of like a documentary, not so much fiction. What are your thoughts on that? Michael Emerson: Well we had a video presentation today in which scenes from our show were intercut with live news footage from recent weeks and it fit together seamlessly and it seemed like it was all one story. Male Speaker: Now you guys have the best relationship on TV and I'd like to know what makes it work. What's the secret? Jim Caviezel: Opposites attract maybe. Michael Emerson: Yes, or we - I was about to make some kind of flip answer but people might think I was being serious. I don't know. You know chemistry is one of the intangibles in show business. If you could bottle it or predict it or make it happen you would be a billionaire because it's such a tricky thing. And we have it, God help us, and no idea how. I think we're both serious about our work and I think we're respectful of one another, empathic with one another and I think it shows in the work. I think we both feel each other's pain to have these big demanding roles where everyday you get up and you wonder "Am I going to survive this work?" or make a quality product of it. Male Speaker: And one of the things that came out of last season was a personality for the machine, right? So it's a character in and of itself. But in your mind is it a he or she. Jim Caviezel: It's an it in my opinion and the technology - how can you trust? If you have an issue with humans how can you - it's much more difficult to trust a machine. What do you think? Michael Emerson: That idea of assigning a gender to it I guess that would depend on what mythological systems you subscribe to or if it's biblical then you want to think in terms of a son but there are other ways in which you might want to feminize it. I don't know. I think Mr. Finch would go with it. He's not ready to identify it as sentient. Jim Caviezel: Is R2D2, you know I thought "Is it a boy?" Who knows? It could be a girl. Male Speaker: I guess we'll never know.