A: Mostly just to be with him. Three is such a time of change and growth, just to get to watch him learn and process and start to fit himself into social society. The idea of listen to your parents and they like you more when you behave.
A: A Boston terrier, Sue-Sue, and we just adopted a cat, Cookie. My son named the cat because he loves cookies.
Kelli Garner of 'Pan Am' on ABC
Q: Did you immediately take to your character, Kate, as soon as you read the script?
A: This project happened so fast for me. I was the last one cast for one of the big roles. I didn't have as much time to learn about the history of Pan Am. What has been so fun for me is these were really modern women of their time, everything was set for me. They were exploring countries and alone, with a little per diem.
Q: Have you ever gone to a country and explored on your own?
A: At 17, I went to India for a job.
Q: How do you describe Kate and her double life, working for the CIA?
A: Kate, as smart as she is, is in extremely over her head, which is great because I could just bring my own perspective and opinion, and I just had to exist and feel. I am not a spy. I am a courier. They expect (spies) to be so cold and sharp and mysterious. What about the beginning, how they got to be that cold killing machine?
Q: The look all of you have is built from the inside. What do you think of wearing the more constricting undergarments?
A: I look like I am back in the '50s, with the long-line bra and the girdle. Johnny (Galecki, her boyfriend) is just like, "It's beautiful." There is something really beautiful about that period. We are not as put together with the ritual of getting dressed. It's extremely feminine.