(Comparing his Brotherhood and Chicago Code characters)
Clarke: Yeah. I mean, I didn't really sit down and think about it – you think about other things in terms of whether you're going to commit to a series, but this is action-based, whereas with Tommy Caffee, he was totally aware of his moral problems, and that was part of who he was. With Wysocki, his moral problem is somebody else's decision. He reminded me of Gary Cooper in High Noon – the bad guy was coming to town and he was just going to go out and meet him on his own and that's why I love the character. I think it's almost a throwback to the classic Gary Cooper/John Wayne, let's just move [and fight] and may the best man win and then everything else that comes into it is your opinion. It's the audience [coming to moral conclusions], rather than the character.