Question: With the recent news about Eureka, has there been any talk about getting Neil on Warehouse 13 as a regular?
Allison Scagliotti: I honestly have no idea. I really - I don’t know a lot about the news about Eureka. I mean, it would certainly be great to have Neil on but I think it’s really early to say that kind of thing, and more than anything I hope that Eureka fans just tune into this episode of Warehouse because I think they’ll really like it. Neil gets a lot of screen time.
Question: So you’re - now obviously you’re done for the season. So kind of what are you doing now and what are - in your free time, what’s next for you right now?
Allison Scagliotti: I’m doing what every other actor does. I’m back in LA and I’m reconvening with my representation to look for more work. I’ve got a couple things I’m waiting to hear back on. I’m continuing to play music, taking lessons as often as possible and giving press calls like this to promote the rest of the season.
Question: Can you talk about working on the Warehouse 13 Web series?
Allison Scagliotti: Oh yes, the Web series. So that was really interesting. Part of it was live action and then the rest of it was, emotion comic, as you probably saw. We had one day where we had to shoot but the rest of it we were just in the studio in Toronto where we record ADR when we’re out there, and just sat in a circle and it was like a table read. And we were directed by (Andy Sepra) and it was just a really fun sort of extra thing to throw at the fans a little bit before the season started. Very different from our typical shooting schedule. I think - we actually had to film on a weekend in order to get it done because our episodes follow such a sort of strict schedule involving prep and locations and everything it takes to make a TV show, that this sort of had to be squeezed in between the real work that we had to do. But I think it was really fun. It came out well and I haven’t really heard a lot of feedback from the fans about it but I think they enjoyed it. So it’ll be up to Syfy whether we do it again next year.
Question: Who’s someone that inspires you?
Allison Scagliotti: Who is someone that inspires me? Good question. I want to think about that before I - this is going to sound really strange for a Syfy actor to say but people aren’t just one thing. I’m a big fan of Jessica Valenti. And if you haven’t heard of her, she is an author and an editor and a feminist. She’s actually written a couple feminist books for young women to sort of reclaim their self-esteem and learn about women’s issues. And any time I read anything by her, I feel so bolstered and empowered and I think she’s spectacular and I love the work that she does and I would love to meet her. So, yes, she’s the one who inspires me.