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The Daily Quirk caught up with Workjuice Player, Paul F. Tompkins, and Thrilling Adventure Hour Special Guest, Ben McKenzie, backstage during their The Bell House performance in New York, New York for an exclusive interview! Watch the video below to find out about the unique characters they play in Thrilling Adventure Hour performances, and the overall experience of being a part of the show and New York Super Week. And be sure to check back all week for more Thrilling Adventure Hour features during our TAH Event!

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With its episode count upped from 16 to 22 yesterday, it’s clear Fox has put a lot of faith in their Jim Gordon origin story, Gotham. However, with so much ground work being done on the show’s foundation, there are lingering questions fans have about the direction of the story and characters. During New York Comic-Con, actors Ben McKenzie and Donal Logue, along with executive producer Danny Cannon, sat down to discuss that foundation and where they hope to take it in the future.

“It wasn’t a conscious decision,” said McKenzie, regarding his jumping straight from one cop show (TNT’s Southland) to another in Gotham. “[Series creator Bruno Heller] and I worked together after Southland ended last year on a pilot for CBS CBS +1.64%. So he sent me this script in January and said ‘I’ve written the part of Jim Gordon with you in mind, and could you take a look?’ It was just such a great opportunity that there was no way of saying no.” “That being said,” Gotham’s Jim Gordon continued, “It’s great to have come off another cop show and bring that skill set and mentality to this show and try to play it honestly and truthfully.”

Before diving into Gotham talk, actor Donal Logue took a moment to once again address the lingering talk of his former series, Terrier. “It’s up to Ted Griffin,” said the actor. “Like if Ted Griffin wrote a film, everyone’s on board with it, and I think people, kickstarter, whatever, it wouldn’t be a problem. I don’t know [the cancelation] broke Ted’s heart enough to want to revisit it.” Following those quick words, however, the actor wasted no time in shifting gears to the Fox drama, and in addressing the matter of being able to take his character of Harvey Bullock “anywhere” because there’s no standing legacy of the corrupt officer in live action. To that fact, Logue stated “to some degree [I can go anywhere],” adding, “I mean, you’re a little bit hemmed in by Gotham Central and even the animated series, [but it’s] less pressure I think for sure. I think no one’s seen him before, so I get to kind of blaze that trail [in live action]. Obviously we’re doing something that’s a little bit different. I think Harvey’s a bit more comedic in our version than maybe in the books, but I always feel pretty free anyway because [if] you’re gonna start something, you might as well make it your own, and then if you’re lucky enough, and it goes for a while, then you become a version that people have to dress themselves to.”

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