The Feb. 10 episode of ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ is an enormous one for Paul. HL bought EXCLUSIVE scoop from Brian Michael Smith about what’s in retailer for his character, together with a attainable romance.
9-1-1: Lone Star has kicked a brand-new chapter of 9-1-1 and we’ve already fallen in love with the characters. Brian Michael Smith performs Paul Strickland, a transgender male firefighter working for Firehouse 126 who has the reward of eager commentary. HollywoodLife talked with Brian about his function within the new hit present and he revealed that episode 5 goes to be an enormous one for Paul. “Episode 105 is going to go a little deeper into some of Paul’s experiences in a way that I think is really interesting,” Brian informed HollywoodLife. “That’s the interesting thing about the show is that it’s such a large, diverse cast. We have 9 series regulars on the show. I feel like the first half of the season is just getting us introduced to the world. Since everyone is a new character and new to Austin, except for Judd, it has been really cool to establish the world and find our spots on the team. I feel like the show and the other characters are kind of tracking at the same time.”
T.Okay. and Carlos have already hit it off and Tarlos has develop into the present’s final ‘ship to date. Is a romance coming for Paul? “I told you episode 5 — coming out around Valentine’s,” Brian teased. The Feb. 10 episode that Brian is speaking about is titled “Studs.” Enough mentioned.
Brian added that there are “some pretty good moments” in episode 5 that deepen Paul’s storyline. Brian additionally teased that followers will get some perception into Marjan and Mateo’s background this season as effectively.
“I’m excited about what they have in store for him as we move along,” Brian continued. “But I love how he came on the scene, and you get to see how what could have been looked at as a defect or something that kind of disqualifies him from being at this job, is actually an asset. I thought that was so brilliant that because of his experience as a trans person, we face a lot of threats and a lot of discrimination, it’s enhanced his ability to be a better firefighter. You know what I mean? I thought that was such a brilliant move to make.” 9-1-1: Lone Star airs Mondays at eight p.m. on FOX.