记者：Cooper 说 “cray cray.” 的时候蛮酷的, 你是怎么把它自然地表演出来的?
Matt Bomer: （笑） 恩，它在（剧里）字面上是疯狂的、狂热的意思。其实是在拍摄的前几天我正好听到有人说这个词了，当时我就对自己说："cray cray."？ ——这是什么意思？然后有人告诉我那是抽风的意思，我就想哦我要把它放到我的表演中去，我要用"cray cray."，算不算是给流行思潮做点贡献？
Matt Bomer: 哈 这件事还有能够亲Jane， 我真的是这个星球上最幸福的人了。 正如人们所料，Jane（Coach Sue）是来玩的。
Matt Bomer: 反正经常让别人在你森上的某个部位签名是有点诡异，不过她（Coach Sue）也承认她从一开始就是这样子，所以拍戏的时候还是很有趣的。
记者：你同时也跟老板Ryan Murphy （GLEE的编剧）一起合作百老汇剧目《平常心》的电影版，能谈谈你是怎么得到GLEE里这个角色的么？
Matt Bomer: 有一天Ryan打电话给我，问我想不想在电视剧里和Darren Criss来个兄弟表演。他说了个故事线,我简直是又哭又笑的听完了这个麻烦又热心的角色。Ryan, Ian （执行制片人)也是我的一个朋友 和Michael Hitchcock（咨询制作人）他们一起给了我一个大礼物。——Cooper Anderson他这个人有非常坚定的信念和关于表演的意见，但是你知道，这些意见都很糟糕啦不适合说给大家听，特别是新航向的孩子们。
Matt Bomer: 没错。他真心想拯救弟弟和他的同学们于明枪暗箭的娱乐圈里，可惜是好心办坏事。
Matt Bomer: 哦亲我一直在耍酷摆造型XD
Matt Bomer: 那是我们首先拍摄的一部分，也是我到剧组前五分钟设计好的。他们让我在房间里不停的跳舞，而且叫我尽量怎么潇洒怎么来。麦凯利高中很痴迷于商业广告，但我却对它很绝望。如果你仔细观察，这个跳舞的警察有点名堂，他做了很多的旋转，结束的时候他的腿伸出去，手枪指向空中。Zach Woodlee编排了这段非常棒的舞蹈。
Matt Bomer: 有一幕他们让我进入一种复杂的情绪中，不过我一会就开心地走出来了（原文是：There was a take where they let me get into The Emotional Tornado, but after a minute of that I fell out of it laughing.）
Cooper's so cool he says things like "cray cray." How naturally did that come to you?
Matt Bomer: [Laughs.] The line in the script was actually "crazy" but I had just heard someone say "cray cray" a few days before filming and I said to myself, "Cray cray — what does that mean?" Someone told me it meant crazy, and I was like, "Oh, I'm totally using that in this scene. Maybe I can contribute to the zeitgeist a little bit with "cray cray"!
Coach Sue asks Cooper to sign a very special part of her body. Tell us all about it.
Bomer: Listen, between that and getting to kiss her, I'm the luckiest guy on the planet. As one would expect, Jane came to play.
So it wasn't even a little awkward?
Bomer: Whether or not that's going to be weird is sort of always in the hands of the person whose body part is getting signed. But she totally just committed to it from the get-go, so it was actually really fun.
You're also working with series boss Ryan Murphy on the movie version of Broadway's The Normal Heart. How did your role on Glee come about?
Bomer: Ryan called and asked if I wanted to play Blaine's brother. When he told me the arc, I had tears rolling down my face. Ryan, [executive producer] Ian Brennan, who is also a friend of mine, and [consulting producer] Michael Hitchcock just put together this real comedic gift of a role. Cooper's got such strong convictions and opinions about acting that are all completely idiosyncratic and, you know, not to be shared in public. Or with groups of kids [laughs].
He's also pretty unaware when it comes to how his little brother feels about him. Blaine's not a fan.
Bomer: Exactly. He has the absolute best intentions, and those are to save Blaine and his classmates from the slings and arrows of showbiz... unfortunately, that advice comes from a very misguided place.
So you don't turn in to a pose for headshots?
Bomer: Oh, you always turn in to a pose [laughs].
Cooper's first "song" is actually a commercial that he does for FreeCreditRatingToday.com.
Bomer: It was the first thing we shot, so within the first five minutes of my arrival on set, they had me dancing around, being as cheesy as possible. McKinley's obsessed with the commercial, but I wanted it to have a twinge of extreme desperation underneath. Oh, and if you look closely, watch for this dancing cop in the background. He does these spins and ends with his leg out and gun pointed in the air. [Choreographer] Zach Woodlee did such a good job with the extras and the dancing in it! It's a rare treat to be this silly.
Are you afraid of angry NCIS fans? This episode name-checks and takes a dig at the show, which just so happens to be Glee's main time slot competition...
Bomer: I certainly hope they won't be mad! I mean, Cote de Pablo is one of my best friends! We went to college together. I hope we don't incur any wrath. I don't think it's necessarily a dig at that particular show... it's just the type of show Cooper auditioned for, probably to play a corpse.
I'm willing to bet there is a lot of footage from the master class that was cut out of the episode for time, am I right?
Bomer: There was a take where they let me get into The Emotional Tornado, but after a minute of that I fell out of it laughing.
What are they chances that Cooper will be back on the show?
Bomer: Not before the season ends, he won't. But hopefully next season he will!