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They are always able to fully concentrate on their tasks.
-» Horse has good taste, and overall is very versatile.
They have good manners but they can be a bit cheeky.
If they are sure that they are right, they do not acknowledge authority, and they can be very stubborn. They have courage and inspiration, and they are active and creative.
If he was a former protege of Voight's from the gang unit, then does he represent the old Voight, which we knew from which was the kind of no-rules person which Voight has evolved from? "So the journey for his former protege is can he also make that transition?
Or is he stuck in a certain methodology that is far from being with Voight back in the wild west of the gang unit? Is he too feet-first, fist-first or can he make the adjustment?
We intentionally want to not let her know what's going on," Olmstead says.
"We don't do a whole separate storyline of following his undercover assignment.
With the character — and the way Marina portrayed that character — that's not the case.
People born in the Year of the Horse love grand shows, concerts, social and sports events. In a romantic relationship they want to be independent.
As on the horse race, so in life they easily conquer most of the barriers or skillfully and stealthily bypass those. It is very important that they find a partner who is social.
So we feel like we've really hit a sweet spot and we're smart enough, hopefully, to let the show evolve to where it needs to be." However, Burgess' move upstairs led to onscreen complications, particularly because her ex-fiance, Ruzek (Flueger), also works in Intelligence, hence his sudden desire to take an undercover assignment.
"It's going to be him really taking an undercover assignment because he wants to avoid dealing with her, so we intentionally want to kind of keep it a mystery of where he is.
So clearly the sophisticated viewer has the ability, I think, to absorb the loss of a character if it's done in a compelling way, so we're not afraid of that.