If you look at the percentage of ethnicities and the percentage of women on television now, it’s such a different time. That’s how you keep things current. You update and you change them accordingly.
People probably thought the same thing about the president of the United States, how is it possible that you have someone who’s not Caucasian, in that vision. I think things are shifting quite a bit.
It’s nice to be able to portray an Asian-American on camera without having an accent, or without having to be spoofy. And I think that’s a big step forward, because there are still representations of people that are more comedic. And that’s not what I’m playing.
I’m just playing somebody who represents anyone else who would be living in America or outside of it, who is just a regular person.
CAN SOMEONE DRAW A PIC OF BOTH WATSONS JUST SITTING IN A CAFE AND COMPLAIN ABOUT THEIR BOYFRIENDS?