The Erlich thing is, what's weird about that, Thomas and I don't ever learn our lines the morning of, and this season, as you see especially, they push me to do more acting. Everyone thinks I can be a fucking actor, I don't get what is going on with that. It's probably my fault. They push me to do sentimental, sad, real shit, and so for me, a lot of it was I know this Erlich character so well. He is a hyperbolic version of me. But this was this aspect of it, I would leave set some times, and I wasn't preparing for Erlich, I was lamenting what was happening to him on the way home. Jesus Christ, this fucking guy is a disaster. This is the saddest story ever told in the Valley, and I'd go to work, have fun on the way home, feel so bad about this person I was playing.