The way I navigate scenes is through what I perceive to be the emotional truth of the character, what he wants from moment to moment.
If I say, “I’m going to take you home,” and (Missy Peregrym, as Sam’s colleague and girlfriend Andy) says, “No, you’re not,” her impulse is to physicalize that by walking farther into the room.
I think it was six or nine, — no I think it was six yeah. Basically, she disappears undercover obviously and Sam would have means to find out what had happened to her.
As far as I am concerned, he even knew generally where she was, he had an idea.
With those types of undercover situations you don’t know when or how long you are going to go under for, so I think he waited about three months and then after three months he said okay you know what, what am I doing?
Three months when you are waiting for someone you just poured your heart out to and they just take off – she in certain respects is totally justified.
saw protagonist Andy Mc Nally having her knuckles rapped for letting her personal feelings for rogue cop Sam Swarek (Ben Bass) get in the way of the job, with both receiving a suspension from 15 Division as a result. "I've actually had a lot of time off to do whatever I want to do, which has been great on one hand and difficult because I can't be with Sam.
But what does this mean for Sam and Andy's relationship, and what else will hit Andy during season three? So that's why I leave, because if Sam and I are together, we're going to lose our jobs."So is that what happens in the bit we haven't seen yet?
It’s a little bit different for us actors because we have no idea how long we’re going to be able to play these characters.
It’s pretty weird to spend six years not knowing if we were going to keep going every season.
Of course, I am going to leave so we don't lose our jobs and I come back and we can be together.
But he's upset that we've been together and he almost died because we were together undercover, and so why would I leave now when it's not such a big deal?
That gives me the message, “She means business,” but Sam’s also looking out for her interests. Ben Bass: In a certain sense, it’s very procedural.