To realize that Quentin would actually have a lot less baggage about that than Eliot does.
But it was the discovery in the writers room that that relationship could go deeper, in an intimate and very romantic way, that was thrilling.
It’s like an unexpected joy when the characters are talking to you, and when we’re figuring out what would be in character for them.
That’s the very fragile, upsetting truth of being a human being, is we think we have all this time and that’s not always true.
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