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How would you describe the experience stepping behind the camera versus being in front of it? It was very different in the sense that when I’m in front of [the cameras], I try to make all the cameras disappear and all the strange people holding things around me just go away. I know myself -- I don’t do anything half-a**ed -- so I think I did a hundred prep hours on this thing, almost like a bit of a psycho; I was a little OCD with it.That suspension of disbelief that’s required as an actor to live truthfully in imaginary circumstances is different to what needs to happen as a director, in the sense that you are the master of all the moving parts. It was by chance that [the opportunity] came this late on this show.So someone had to come in and string it like a normal guitar because none of us [had experience playing it].I cheated a little bit and had them restring it so I could play it like a human. It was a bizarre, funny little moment to have Jimmy Buffett with his bare feet up in Mc Garrett's office. For the most part, it's a pretty dense, serious episode, so those little parts are deeply important relief moments.I just wanted to get me out of the way so I could focus on all of these great actors I was working with. It's not that I feel more like a collaborator when I'm directing, but I feel like the collaboration when you work as an actor is more unsaid, it's more unsuspecting.You are a cog in the machine and you just focus on your part.  The thing that was most exciting to me was working with actors.
A source close to the situation said CBS’ last per-episode salary offer to Kim was about ,000 apart from the two lead actors, and CBS offered to set a new overall deal with Kim’s 3AD production banner.In the April 13 episode, Mc Garrett's ex, Catherine, comes back into the fray. It was great to see Michelle and it was cool to pick up where we left off.It's a great action, travel-y episode with Mc Garrett and Catherine.The fact that Kim and Park are of Asian descent while O’Loughlin and Caan are Caucasian added an inevitable racial component to the situation at a time of heightened focus on diversity at all levels of the entertainment industry.CBS executives were said to be troubled by the suggestion from media coverage of Kim and Park’s departures that race played a role in a business negotiation.
When I started, I don’t think I was ever a good actor -- I’m not saying I’m a good actor now, but this show has been a master class in acting.