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"There’s an interesting story about something that happened this season, that I thought was so lovely […] I don’t know if you remember, there was a scene this year where we were all sitting around the dinner table and Jim Beckett, my character, starts talking about being a fan of baseball, and everybody makes fun of it being such a slow game, you know, and what a nerdy thing to do. And in one of the breaks I said, “You know, this is kind of me”, because for many years I used to carry around an old baseball scorebook and I would score – I would go to Dodgers games and I would sit there and score along the game on my little score sheet. And I said, when I was a kid, I would actually score the radio broadcasts […], and I had little book, and Nathan said, “Do you still have it?”, and I said, “No, somehow it got lost along the way, but I always really loved that”. By the time I got back to my dressing room, Nathan had sent someone out in Los Angeles, I don’t know how he did it, and had found a vintage scorebook and vintage pencil and brought them to my dressing room for me and said, “It’s been a while since you were on the show. We’ve missed you. Welcome back”. It was a really generous thing, and that’s one of the great things about Nathan; he’s an incredibly thoughtful and generous guy, and that’s one of the many reasons he’s so popular with people."
Scott Paulin (Jim Beckett) about working with Nathan Fillion (x)