Firefly 10th Anniversary: Browncoats Unite

Synopsis: The gathering, before the San Diego Comicon of 2012, of several members of the original cast of 'Firefly.' Several cast members not present are interviewed and added to the presentation.
Genre: Talk-Show

turned, saw me.

He said, "captain on deck."

And everybody stopped what they're doing,

just kind of gave a little...


I was like, "ahh, this is amazing.

I'm getting in the spaceship."


Well, I thought Nathan was so handsome

when I first met him.

It's true.

He is.

Give her the money.

That's just what she thought.

And she also said,

when she first met you.

What happened since then?

I wear on people.


Well, Nathan, how

did "Firefly" enter your life?

What was your audition like?

I went in. You were there.

He was a jerk to me.

- Whoa!

- You were.

- What did I say?

- Tudyk:

That's not true at all! [Laughter]

She was just nervous. It

was nerves. It was nerves.

No, you came out.

And I said, "how did it go?"

And you said, "don't worry.

I don't think we're going

up for the same role."


I said, "really well, but don't worry."

Oh, that was the beginning

of the set scapegoats.


I heard that.


Here's what happened to me.

I walked into a room,

and there was a scraggly-looking fellow

with a purple sweater with

a hole in it right here

sitting in the corner.

And I thought, "when's

Joss Whedon gonna get here?"


And I had a 45-minute chat with this guy,

and at one point, I

realized it was Joss Whedon.

I do remember when Joss said

that he had found the guy.

Like, he had always pictured Mal

to be a little bit older than you,

probably maybe a little

younger than you are now.

But he had pictured the character

sort of older and more worn, et cetera.

But you came in and completely nailed it,

is what he said.

Let's talk a little bit

more about the early beginnings,

about the pilot, what that story was,

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