And the sci-fi drama, which moved to UPN this year after The WB canceled the series, is "a little too steady.""In terms of the character and the people you work with, even though they're all really great, I kind of want something more nomadic -- which would be movies. Following the fellow former-WB series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," the show has averaged a 1.4 rating/3 share among adults 18-49 and 3.2 million total viewers, compared with "Buffy's" 2.7/7 and 5.6 million viewers for the same number of weeks.
After this show ends and three years of unemployment, I might be thinking differently.""As of right now, because everything's just fine and dandy and I've got a steady paycheck and a steady gig . Currently shooting "Roswell's" third season, Fehr says he still enjoys the work, even if he does wish for a little more variety."You get a little of an episodic burn, you know," he says.
Obviously, they want us together but it's intriguing if you do it right when you have a couple that's not together, like a Mulder and Scully."Delfino recently said Michael was not a good boyfriend.Which he kind of does and then around the middle of the season a big thing happens, which changes his world," Fehr says, referring to the upcoming breakup of Michael and Maria (Majandra Delfino).Fehr, who dated Delfino in real life, recognizes that fans are attached to the relationship between the two on the show.Pretty much all of us, we've passed that phase of getting on each other's nerves really and having big trouble.We pretty much all get along, everyone's cool."As for his character, Fehr says Michael has some big changes ahead."He's becoming a little more mature, trying to find his place in the world, settle down, get a job, become average, every-day Joe.
Fehr agrees with that, at least in part."He's got a good heart, but he's not a good boyfriend for Maria," he says.