字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント close your eyes. Picture yourself. At 80 years old, did you become a better version of yourself as a female character to be ableto play somebody who's equally powerful to these Titans? You just don't come across it that much. She knows what a lot of these men need, and that gives her a kind of edge. Wendy Rhodes is the in house performance coach at Axe Capital. Would you take down last year 7.2 million 7.2 mil that she's dealing with people who are kind of amazing amalgam of animal instinct, of competitive spirit? And I would say she is that way as well. This thing I do get so fucking turned on doing it. I think she appreciates the hardball world that they're all in, and she can definitely swim with the sharks. She also has this ability to step outside and really see why people were behaving the way they're paving. You were the one that always told me to stand up for myself when you could mean yes. She has a lot of power over these people who have a lot of power. Are you prosecuting somebody? It acts what's going on Chuck Wendy lives between the two worlds that have represented in the show, namely Wall Street in the U. S. Attorney's office. Chuck and Wendy have a very fascinating relationship. I work for the public. Good. No, you work for the good of Chuck Rhodes. Maybe sometimes they intersect. But Wendy and acts go back further. Your value to the firm is absolute. What's interesting about the characters that she's pretty good moral center. And so the conflict of interest, I think, is part of the drama of this season.