(When asked if she had to prepare her family and friends for her character's suicide in Battlestar Galactica)
McClure: I sort of kept quiet about it. I didn't want to be responsible for anything being leaked on the show, or anybody catching a clue about anything. I kind of went into a little bit of hibernation. It's a funny thing with my family, with my mom in particular. It's kind of embarrassing, but it's kind of hilarious. She can't really watch me being upset. I have died before in shows, and the first time it happened she kind of called me and said, "Ok, I can't watch it, don't tell me. I'm not going to watch it. I'm sorry, I want to be supportive, but if that's going to happen, I don't need to see it." So some of my family haven't watched it, and a lot of them are in South Africa. So it takes awhile for it to get there, and I'm sure the media frenzy will break the news before they get the episode.