No I don't worry about being typecast, umm it already happens to a certain degree. And so all I can do is keep working, all I can do is keep auditioning, all I can do is keep you know, getting into rooms and talking to people, and I love playing this part, and I don’t feel that…
Umm I’m very frank you know about certain things, like I get asked a lot of science things I'm like you're kidding?
And even the pop culture, I feel like you know I'm very forthcoming. I’ve never seen Star Trek, I’ve never…I don’t know Doctor Who.
甚至是流行文化，我觉得我可以很直率地说。 我从没看过《星际迷航》,我也从没……我也不知道 Doctor Who.
A reader from Ohio asked: has your portrayal of a physicist changed how you regard science?
I’ve always been fascinated with science, and very specifically what I mean is I was very fascinated with meteorology in early age. I lived on the gulf coast, and hurricanes blew through there. And I found that very interesting. The one thing that did change and surprise me, although why should it, was what a wonderful basis for a show as it has been to be built around. Because it's boundless.
And Dennis Cross from Dixon Missouri wants to know, how did you lose your Texas twang?
Well I didn’t lose my Taxes Twang completely. I know on the show it comes out sometimes. Sometimes I'm given free rein, when there's a Texas conversation going on. And I can only imagine that's where they got that from Sheldon is from Texas.
So I turned something on, but I'm not sure it was a Texas accent.
I think you're getting there. You've done a lot of acting on the stage, as you've talked about.
Is that your first love?
Yes and I would love nothing more. And I'm actively trying to see a way to get back the right fit, the right situation to do a New York play. That being said, part of it was just happenstance in that I wasn't doing anything in front of a camera.
I didn't know it would be...we would ever see it again
It was... I don't remember the actual script. It was at least two seasons ago now. And they'll bandy about certain things the writers will. While you are standing there. And Lee Arison was the one who was just trying to find something for me to say at the end of whatever it was and Bazinga was his thing.