Yeah, starting off. I want to obviously talk about debris and kind of what happened when you got the script. Your initial reactions to start. Yeah. You know, I'm interested in sci Fi. I haven't really done, um, in a meaningful way. And, um, but I recognize that it provides a host of opportunities and possibilities that you don't get another genres. Um, you know, anything is possible, but of course, it comes down to who's going to execute it. Um, and I was a big fan of Joel Wyman's show, The pilot of, uh, almost human. And it's just something I like. I remember it was always on my radar was like, This is such a interesting smart show, kind of felt ahead of its time. I was familiar with fringe. So, um like, yeah, let's let's let's kind of talk a bit more about this. And, uh, one of my biggest concerns was, frankly, just what does that working relationship look like? Because you dedicate so much of your time to telling these stories and there's so many sacrifices, Um, that one makes personally you want to make sure that the creative process, um, is conducive to great work and also to to, you know, to a good life if you can, Uh, this isn't a two month movie. Could potentially be in this for, um, you know, a five year long haul. And I was, uh I think the moment you'll and I sat down across the table from each other, we recognized that there was We were kindred spirits. Uh, and he's, uh he's a very good human being, a very talented writer. So that was kind of into me when we talk about, you know, the course of the season. But this character really was like and, um, Joel had spent a lot of time developing not just the pilot or the first season, but could kind of speak broadly. Um, to what, you know, three or four years, five years, and I looked like right, absolutely right. I can't imagine, you know, taking on a commitment like that, knowing that there is a potential that this could be the next however many years of your life and how many. I mean, obviously you've been part of series before, but it's that's a big you know. Obviously, he's a very successful writer, and he has shows that have run a long time so that it must be a little bit daunting at first. It's daunting, but it's also, you know, because I think in one hand you know you recognize how quickly life goes by. I certainly recognize that with my kids and all of a sudden six months, you look at the photos and the videos. I can't believe they're like different, you know, different animals. But you also have to to faith. Or at least I think actors have to take faith in the fact that careers are long, too.