It could become every misogynists' dream - a robot that automatically hands a man a cold beer when he walks into the kitchen before turning to help his wife with household chores.
You’ve been flashing back to the backstory of what led this group of people to where they were when we met them at the beginning of Season 1, but it feels like that backstory has been told now.Are you going to continue to have flashbacks on the show, to different points in their lives, going forward?TROPPER: We wanted to create another character that felt very much of the Banshee world.Initially, he was conceived as an Asian, but that just felt a little too predictable and a little too easy.Over time, we developed this idea of an African American man who had completely absorbed Asian culture. And everyone is always very welcoming for guest stars like that.
Since Fat Au made it out of the big shoot-out alive, will we see more of him, in the future? Lucas has ended one war with Rabbit, but he’s ignited this new war with Kai Proctor. TROPPER: Lucas and Proctor have always been the two Alphas of our show."Our findings suggest that if we build an intelligent system that learns enough about the properties of language to be able to understand and produce it, in the process it will also acquire historical cultural associations, some of which can be objectionable."Already, popular online translation systems incorporate some of the biases we study.When you put your characters through so much in one season, did you feel like you owed it to them to take out Rabbit and give them that closure?TROPPER: We feel like the show keeps evolving, and it was time. When a show drags out a particular plotline for too long, it loses its potency.While some questions have been answered and some relationships were resolved, there are plenty of new questions and new story threads to be explored.