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— but I will say that it was the coolest fucking thing that I’ve ever gotten to shoot.

My 12-year-old self was just flipping out: To sit in a captain’s chair in a spaceship and say, “I got this” is crazy!

Especially because we shot this episode right after Trump was elected. Regardless of what was going on and of what continue to goes on in the world around us, that was an incredible line for that character to say.

To say that wasn’t going through my mind would be a lie. To say that I didn’t relish that scene would be an understatement. Then it also, of course, felt so good to say in the climate we were shooting it, of having just seen this person saying these horrible things about women and to still to be given the keys of the city. He and [executive producer] Annabel [Jones], I don’t know how they do it. "Callister" is feature-length and it’s one of the coolest things I’ve ever been asked to be a part of. If this was one movie it would be an accomplishment, and they make six of them. Do you see how “USS Callister” has similar potential, with its empowering female story coming not only under Trump, but during this sexual harassment reckoning?

All are employees for a bullied CTO of a virtual gaming company named Robert Daly (skillfully played by Jesse Plemons). Cole, also a tech genius, finds the weakness in Daly's program and, with her crew's help, is able to save their starship and boldly go where few women have gone before.

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" I also think Charlie [Brooker] edited certain things out of the pages during the audition.

So I was just beside myself, I couldn’t believe it. [Plemons shaved his head so he could wear a hair piece, instead of a bald cap, for authenticity; so the office scenes were shot after the fantasy sequences.] I think the challenging part for me was a stamina thing.

Since you filmed this episode out of order, what was most challenging — and also some of the fun — of going back and forth between Nanette Cole in reality to Lt. When this woman realizes she is trapped in this place, on the fleet, she’s operating at such a high level of anxiety and stress the entire time.

All of the season four episodes have female protagonists, a thread that executive producer Annabel Jones responded to by saying, “Why not?

” How did this role feel to you; is it rare to come across?

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