Joe Flanigan attended the DC convention in Atlanta, which took place during the last weekend of August.
With the help of taris_eirien, we’ve found a con report of the “Supergate: Beyond the Gate” panel (with Joe, Peter Williams, Ona Grauer, David Blue and Alexis Cruz), by Nancy Northcott, out of which we copy down below the interesting bits:
[...] Flanigan described his first job as a joint Pepsi-Blockbuster commercial in which he got to ask Cindy Crawford whether she wanted a Pepsi.” He wryly lamented that Cindy did not remember him when he encountered her later. [...] The moderator asked the panel which crossovers they would like to see between various incarnations of Stargate. [...] Flanigan started by noting that Rick (Richard Dean Anderson) envied the actors on Atlantis because their sound stages were air-conditioned and then reported that he had pushed for a crossover withClaudia Black’s character, but it never happened.
David Blue suggested, “You could type that up yourself.”
Grinning and riffling through some papers, Flanigan responded, “I just got the rewrites.”[...] Joe went on to describe the frustrations of going back to the hotel where he and Momoa lived , after a long day, to learn lines. Momoa, he said, leafed through his script and was ready to go party while Flanigan had actual lines to learn. [...] Flanigan said he had just shot The Bandit Hound, a movie with Paul Sorvino,Catherine Bell, and Lou Ferrigno. The movie is about a dog trained by criminals. It ends up in the dog pound, which Flanigan’s character runs, and is adopted by Bell’s character and her son. When the dog goes on a crime spree, Flanigan’s character helps them reeducate the dog. [...] An audience member asked the actors which particular episodes or scenes meant the most to them. [...] Flanigan said he had “a deeply impaired memory.” As everyone chuckled, he added that fans often look at shows as a whole while actors see moments, many of them off-screen. He enjoyed ad-libbing on the show. As an example, he mentioned running into a room with Momoa to grab something before something else blew up. As Momoa grabbed the object, Flanigan said, “Easy, Chewie,” which seemed to fit well in the moment.
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