“At our final desk learn—I am gonna blame it on Miles—Miles began crying a bit of bit and it began to get the waterworks going for me and I could not cease,” he shared. “Whenever you’ve been on a present for thus lengthy, it is like all people seems like a household and we have actually grown collectively as a crew and forged, and it was identical to the belief of all of it being over. We’re all so excited to maneuver to new issues and proceed to develop—[I’ve] been capable of begin a manufacturing firm—however saying goodbye is at all times onerous.”
Whereas Brown made Scribner cry, he revealed that the “legendary” Jennifer Lewis, who performs his grandmother, at all times has him laughing on set and unwittingly gave him a life lesson.
“I really feel like the most effective recommendation I’ve gotten from Jennifer that I’ve actually simply picked up from observing is to have enjoyable,” he revealed. “She’s at all times on set bringing the enjoyable and the enjoyment and by no means taking issues too critically, and it actually helps to carry my temper as a result of I are likely to overthink generally. However getting out of your head and simply residing within the second is one thing I’ve discovered from simply watching Jennifer.”
Try the complete interview with Scribner within the clip above.
The Black-ish sequence finale airs Tuesday, April 19 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.