Sari: At this time, people need inspirational messages more than ever. What do you think getting lost in episodes of “Tacoma FD” can do for people who are at home right now?
HH: These are heavy times, and I feel like people need some comedic relief more than ever. I hope people can just forget all their worries for a minute and let their souls sigh with relief, if even for a brief moment. That’s good medicine right now.
Sari: Any other binge-watching suggestions?
HH: Well, I’d say get caught up on both seasons of “Yellowstone” because you’ll be seeing some of yours truly in season 3. I couldn’t be more excited for people to see what I’m up to over on the Dutton ranch.
Sari: Is there anything you want to add that you’d like to leave with readers?
HH: I guess I just want to take a second to express my gratitude to all the brave people on the front lines, risking their lives for the safety of our communities—all the healthcare workers, people in essential services, truck drivers, people in every grocery store and restaurant, and anyone else I’ve neglected to mention. You guys are heroes. Also, thank you to everyone doing the right thing and staying home. The more we all stay home, the sooner we can get OUR home and lives back.
“I’m sending so much love and hope to everyone out there worried about what the future holds,” Harrison adds. “The Renaissance flourished after the Black Plague. I know we have already learned so many valuable lessons from this pandemic, and it is up to us to take what we have learned into our next chapter.”
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