Christof: We've become bored with watching actors give us phony emotions. We're tired of pyrotechnics and special effects. While the world he inhabits is in some respects counterfeit, there's nothing fake about Truman himself


CHRISTOF: A dead one at that. INTERVIEWER



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CHRISTOF: A dead one at that.

INTERVIEWER: Gotta' say, writing Kirk back in--master stroke.

CHRISTOF: Since Kirk started this whole crisis in Truman's life, I came to the conclusion that he was the only one who could end it.

Flashback: Truman at the Beach



KIRK: Truman! Truman, no! That's off limits.

YOUNG TRUMAN: Why? What's over there?

KIRK: Nothing. It's dangerous, that's all. You've gotta' know your limitations, Truman.

Lunar Room



INTERVIEWER: Let's remind viewers of exactly why dad was written out in the first place.

CHRISTOF: As Truman grew up, we were forced to manufacture ways to keep him on the island.

Flashback: Truman at School



YOUNG TRUMAN: I'd like to be an explorer. Like the great Magellan.

TEACHER: Oh, you're too late. There's really nothing left to explore.

Lunar Room



CHRISTOF: Finally, I came up with the concept of Kirk's drowning.

INTERVIEWER: Most effective. Truman's been terrified of water ever since.

CHRISTOF: When Kirk read the synopsis for the death at sea episode he was…disappointed, to say the least. And I'm sure that's what caused him to break back onto the set.

INTERVIEWER: But, how do you intend to explain his 22 year absence?




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