EXCLUSIVE: Sara Tomko and Alice Wetterlund chat with us again about Resident Alien season 3

Come with me as I dive into laughs & insights with Sara Tomko and Alice Wetterlund on Resident Alien season 3.

RESIDENT ALIEN -- “Best of Enemies” Episode 215 -- Pictured in this screengrab: (l-r) Sara Tomko as Asta Twelvetrees, Alice Wetterlund as D'Arcy Bloom -- (Photo by: SYFY)
RESIDENT ALIEN -- “Best of Enemies” Episode 215 -- Pictured in this screengrab: (l-r) Sara Tomko as Asta Twelvetrees, Alice Wetterlund as D'Arcy Bloom -- (Photo by: SYFY) /

The Interview Chronicles: My Second Rendezvous with Sara Tomko and Alice Wetterlund, episode 2: The Return of the Dynamic Duo (and Zoom Struggles).

In a world where Zoom calls reign supreme and red hair is a symbol of rockstar status, your intrepid interviewer, hi, that's me, embarks on her second virtual journey with Sara Tomko and Alice Wetterlund. This saga is not just about an interview - it's a rollercoaster of laughter, tech hiccups, and deep dives into the heart of Resident Alien season 3.

I will slap a friendly SPOILER WARNING FOR THOSE WHO ARE NOT CAUGHT UP WITH RESIDENT ALIEN'S THIRD SEASON. Things could be potentially spoiled here, but not spoiled directly.

The entire interview can be watched below:

Alas, the opening Act: Zoom, our frenemy.

Two incredibly talented ladies and an interviewer who's trying really hard to not fangirl onscreen, each on their own little digital island, trying to navigate the tempestuous seas of Zoom. Camila - me, your fearless leader - battles the ancient curse of Can't-See-Everyone-At-Once, with sage advice whispered from the digital ether. It’s like trying to solve a Rubik’s Cube that laughs back at you. But worry not, for we heroines are nothing if not resourceful (and have a secret tech wizard lurking in the shadows).

Though the bulk of my Zoom issues happened off-camera, the lingering one was solved as I spoked to these fantastic ladies.

As we finally face one another in the digital coliseum, it's clear that this will be no ordinary interview. It's a reunion of cosmic proportions, where the laughter flows like wine and camaraderie shines brighter than Sara's and Alice's combined acting skills. I, with my red locks blazing and rock vibe radiating, am hailed as the embodiment of both Sara and Alice’s spirit animal. It’s like finding out you’re the chosen one, but for interviews. I love my job.

The heart of Resident Alien: tragedy, comedy, and everything in between

As the laughter subsided, I steered the ship towards the treacherous waters of Resident Alien season 3 discussions. Sara and Alice, seasoned sailors in these parts, navigate with ease, diving deep into the complexities of their characters, Asta and Darcy. The balance of heart-wrenching moments with laugh-out-loud hilarity is not just a testament to their acting skills but a ballet choreographed by the genius minds behind the scenes. It’s like watching a tightrope walker juggling flaming swords – thrilling, dangerous, and utterly mesmerizing.

Asta’s journey: roots, relationships, and the road less traveled

Sara, with the wisdom of a thousand characters, shares Asta's voyage into the heart of her heritage and the tender moments on the reservation. It's not just about reading lines off a script - it's about living those moments, breathing life into stories untold, and sharing a piece of that soul with the audience. And let’s not forget the potential love triangle with a certain alien. It’s like high school drama but with higher stakes (and less acne).

Darcy’s shenanigans: love, growth, and glacial adventures

Alice, the queen of comedic timing and fellow redhead, recounts Darcy’s escapades with Harry and her own personal journey of growth amidst the chaos of alien-human relations. From being drenched in Vancouver's perpetual rain to bonding over Jewel songs on a glacier, it’s clear that the off-screen antics mirror the on-screen chemistry. It’s the kind of friendship that survives alien invasions, awkward love triangles, and even colder climates.

As my time with Sara and Alice came to a close, the air was filled with the shared desire for future encounters and coffee chats that could rival any late-night talk show (just hit me up on Instagram and tell me when and where Sara!). The laughter might fade and the screens will go dark, but the warmth of the conversation still lingers like a cozy blanket on a cold night.

So, there you have it, folks. My second interview with my kindred spirits Sara Tomko and Alice Wetterlund was more than just an exchange of words - it was a celebration of storytelling, friendship, and the occasional Zoom debacle.

As the third season of the incredible show that is Resident Alien prepares to wrap up, here's to hoping for a fourth season to be announced soon! Don't forget to catch the penultimate episode this Wednesday, March 27th, on SyFy (and don't forget seasons 1 and 2 are also streaming on Netflix).

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