Jack Alcott Says His Last Scene On The Set Was For Episode 1 And Things Got Very Emotional With Him And Michael C. Hall: "Tears Were Streaming Down"

Jack Alcott who plays Harrison talks about his last day on set.


Back on July 31st, Dexter: New Blood officially wrapped production after eight months of shooting. Few days prior to that day, it was Jack Alcott's final day on the set. Surprisingly, his last scene wasn't one from the final episodes of the season, but from the very first episode. The one in the above image, where Dexter finds him at the bus stop and tells him to come home with him.

On the latest episode of the Wrap-Up podcast, Alcott revealed that he and Michael were both 'super emotional' during that scene.

"The last scene of the first episode at the bus stop was a super emotional day. I remember everyone asking me "are you going to be sad", and I was like it is definitely gonna hit me when I get home, I'll be fine this is not a big deal. Michael and I gave each other gifts, notes and stuff and we're shooting the scene and it's a great scene it's a quick scene and it floats well. We do my coverage and it goes really well, the nostalgia sort of creeping in, we're doing the last couple shots and before what we think is our last take Michael says "I love you man" and I'm like "I love you too man", we do one more take and it's great, and when Marcos (Siega) yells "alright  guys I've got everything I need, one more for you guys" and then he called "action"... then it hit me." Jack said.

He added: "I was like oh my God, it just hit me like a train, and I instantly just tryed to hold myself together. And of course I won't look at him for a big portion of that scene, and by the time he says "it wasn't always so damn cold in Miami" and by the time I turned, I already had tears streaming down my face. And I wasn't on camera so it didn't matter, and I just gave him a really big smile and then he started to get chocked up. Like, through the end of his little thing. And it was like this is totally unusual it makes no sense, for them both to be like crying... and we just hugged each other."

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