Actually, when we found out, we were all together. I found out beforehand, and they wrote a script that didn’t have that last scene in it, so they said, “Oh, cool! Fantastic episode, this is great!” And then there was a re-write that happened that we all came together to read that I was also a part of, and since I had already read that part, I just looked around and watched the reactions as they landed.
Chloe [Bennet]’s first reaction was, “I kissed you, you bastard!” And she hit me! [Laughs] Everybody — and I think Ming[-na Wen] was — when she watches a movie, she’ll be one of the most verbal ones out there, you understand exactly what she’s feeling at any one time, it’s fantastic. I do believe she was quite shocked. There’s this weird thing where when you’re sitting with a character for that long, you can slip into it so easily, your relationships are all bound up. You’re with this character for so long that you feel sometimes that you are that character. What happened with this thing is, in a weird way, I betrayed them. I didn’t do anything! It all happened in the story that I was excited to play and excited to take that opportunity to make that shift.
Nicosia airport terminal. Situated in the no man’s land between the Greek and Turkish part of Cyprus.
I saw this very nice Reuters image set that inspired me to look up a higher resolution picture of the abandoned terminal. You can find more images of the airport and other parts of the Nicosia no man’s land here.
You cannot visit these places as it is a demilitarized zone. No matter how cool it would be to walk around there, it’s probably not worth getting shot for.