PS: You mentioned Ian Fleming, and I have to ask, what was it like working with Sean Maguire?
AS: A dream. He’s so fun. I don’t know if you know this about Sean Maguire, but he was a British pop star in his teens, so he’s a total song-and-dance guy. So, we were just singing the whole time. It’s so funny because we were in these super-period, superbeautiful costumes, and he and I were just so silly. He was a joy. He said being on the show was like Candy Land. He was like, “This is my favorite job I’ve ever done.”
PS: Can you tell us anything more about his character and how he interacts with Lucy, Wyatt, and Rufus?
AS: Well, I love to save some of the mystery, but always is the case with Lucy, Wyatt, and Rufus is that they are going back in time not totally sure what their mission is going to be. They figure out where Flynn in time has gone to and then a 50-mile radius of where he is. One of the big surprises is that they’re looking for the Allied resistance in Germany. They go to this bar and find Ian Fleming, but he’s undercover as a German solider. It’s really great, because then you learn that Wyatt’s character is a huge Bond fan, and it makes for a really cute story.