(on shooting the pilot of "Invasion")
Kari Matchett: It was fantastic. To me, the physical reality of shooting in the wind and rain with machines is really not a big deal, because it's kind of what you hope for as an actor. You don't have to act anything; you're purely in reactive mode when it's like that. When you're shooting in California, they turn off the rain machines and wind machines and it's warm. So there was no freezing involved.
I'm Canadian, so freezing is always par for the course when you're shooting outdoors, but here it was simple. Beyond that, working with [Invasion director] Tommy Schlamme and Shaun [Cassidy] and the fabulous actors that I'm working with is fantastic.