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“Let me explain it to you what ‘Doctors’ is — ’Doctors’ is a really bad daytime soap in the UK.Actually, I’ve not watched for ages, it might not be really bad anymore.Cassie is depicted as being eccentric and suffering from several mental disorders — most notably, anorexia nervosa — and multiple issues, including low self-esteem, suicidal ideation, and drug addiction...interesting because she has a lot of problems, and she's very troubled, and she's anorexic and completely lacking in self-esteem and self-belief, but along with that she's sort of quite smart.

I think he would believe it.” PHOTOS: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Who Is Who?

looking rather different to Gendry, the increasingly popular character he plays in HBO’s hit fantasy drama.

“I’ve had a wash,” the British actor laughs, referring to the missing layers of fake road dirt generally found smudged on the face of the young armorer’s apprentice, who started Season 2 on the long journey to The Wall with Arya Stark.

The show's producers and writers described her centric episode in an interview with The Independent as being about "how she gets through her day without eating ...

how she feels and what her tactics are", and campaigned to prevent any announcement of any counselling helplines during the episode's credits because they "didn't want a little preachy drama where everyone hugs at the end"; instead, the producers hoped that people would recognize their own faults in Cassie.

I think he would believe it.” PHOTOS: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Who Is Who?

looking rather different to Gendry, the increasingly popular character he plays in HBO’s hit fantasy drama.

“I’ve had a wash,” the British actor laughs, referring to the missing layers of fake road dirt generally found smudged on the face of the young armorer’s apprentice, who started Season 2 on the long journey to The Wall with Arya Stark.

The show's producers and writers described her centric episode in an interview with The Independent as being about "how she gets through her day without eating ...

how she feels and what her tactics are", and campaigned to prevent any announcement of any counselling helplines during the episode's credits because they "didn't want a little preachy drama where everyone hugs at the end"; instead, the producers hoped that people would recognize their own faults in Cassie.

“In terms of playing the character, though, I had to sort of do a lot of my own thinking and there wasn’t much information to go on about his past or anything that really shaped him into the person that he kind of is,” Joe continues.