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Anthony Carrigan breaks up the emotional “Barry” season three finale of NoHo Hank

To be able to go from that place of, “Everything will work out, I don’t know how, but I just have faith that true love will take over,” and then be taken to that place where he’s handcuffed to one radiator and he’ll be eaten by that thing on the other side of the wall next, just like being an actor is just a wonderful thing to play.

Speaking of red herrings and alternate versions, was there ever a point when it seemed like Hank and Cristobal were going to escape to New Mexico and live happily ever after?

I remember a certain story that might have gone like this, but that’s the kind of theory that never existed. So I can’t spend too much time on it.

Where do you think Hank will go from here? He’s obviously seen and done some terrible things, but he’s such a happy guy. Will this be the thing to finally change his behavior?

I think a theme for most of these characters is trauma and how trauma doesn’t just go away when you get what you want. It doesn’t just disappear at the end of the story when the hero wins. I think what is shown is that the trauma just sticks. I’m very excited to see how this will develop in the upcoming episodes.

Put more simply, am I imagining it, or has his wardrobe been a lot more fun this season?

Listen, his wardrobe has always been something I look forward to. I’m not walking, I’m running to my costume fitting. And it’s also very funny because when I go to my fitting room, I know as soon as I put something on if it’s Hank or not. I put on a polo that is very tight. And if I just start moving like Hank, then it makes the cut.

Do you have a favorite NoHo Hank look?

This green knitted top with a small zipper at the top. It hasn’t disappeared from the back of the truck, but there’s still time.

I want to go all the way back to the beginning of barry for a second. I know your character was supposed to be killed off in the pilot and after they saw your audition they wanted to keep you. When it aired, when did it occur to you that he’s the fan favorite?

When people just start yelling the lines you said to you out of a window down the street in New York City, it’s pretty cool to be able to be like, “Wow, alright, this character has quite a bit Leave an impression.”

It started happening almost immediately. The first episode I shot on day one, my scene where I came out and said, “Hey man,” was a huge hit on set. Then the second day when I showed up, everyone was like, “Hey man.” Even the sound engineer who came up to me and plugged in my mic came up to me and said, very quietly, “Hey man.”

This interview has been edited and abridged.

Anthony Carrigan breaks up the emotional “Barry” season three finale of NoHo Hank

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