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Halt and Catch Fire Q&A — Kathryn Newton (Joanie Clark)

The actor discusses her character’s independent spirit, how Joanie grieves for Gordon in her own way, and how the New York Times crossword became a staple on the set.

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Halt and Catch Fire Q&A — Scoot McNairy (Gordon Clark)

The actor discusses how Gordon found contentment in Season 4, Gordon’s poignant goodbye, and his final days on set.

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Halt and Catch Fire Q&A — Annabeth Gish (Diane Gould)

The actress discusses her “come to Jesus” moment with Bos, why she’s so tough on Donna, and saying goodbye to the show.

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Halt and Catch Fire Q&A — Toby Huss (John Bosworth)

The actor discusses Bosworth’s relationship and financial woes, the importance of his bond with Cameron, and how Bos received a scary wakeup call.

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Halt and Catch Fire Q&A — Anna Chlumsky (Dr. Katie Herman)

The actress discusses the way her character’s brain works, the instant connection between Katie and Gordon, and what Katie would have thought of the My Girl movies.

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Halt and Catch Fire Q&A — Kerry Bishé (Donna Emerson)

The actor discusses Donna’s rivalry with her former colleagues, how she feels about competing against her own daughter, and why Donna “doesn’t know her heart of hearts.”

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Halt and Catch Fire Q&A — Mackenzie Davis (Cameron Howe)

The actress discusses how Cameron handles professional failure, the end or her marriage, and her complicated relationship with Joe.

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Halt and Catch Fire Q&A — Lee Pace (Joe MacMillan)

The actor discusses saying goodbye to the show, how Joe has changed through the years, and why Cameron is both a blessing and a curse in Joe’s life.

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Halt and Catch Fire Q&A — Anna Chlumsky (Dr. Katie Herman)

The actress discusses joining the cast for the final season, what it’s like to play a “badass” librarian, and how the show explores new sides of Silicon Valley.

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Halt and Catch Fire Q&A — Christopher Cantwell and Christopher C. Rogers (Creators, Executive Producers)

The executive producers discuss new faces, where all our characters begin the final season, and creating a “satisfying” last chapter of the story.

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