For those of you who haven’t watched The Bear – first of all, where have you been? Second, Moss-Bachrach’s character, Richie, tried to score Swift tickets for his daughter and ex-wife during the series. He (unlike many people around the world) eventually scored the tickets, however, Richie discovered his ex got engaged to someone else. The episode then showed a moment which quickly became a fan-favorite scene where the rough around the edges character – who people wouldn’t assume even listened to Swift – started belting out Swift’s Love Story on his drive home.
That same episode also featured Colman as Chef Terry who led Richie’s week-long training retreat at one of the world’s best restaurants and a pivotal turning point for Richie’s character arch.
Also during his speech, Moss-Bachrach stressed how it was “such a privilege” to play the character of Cousin.
“Really beautiful experience to take this man kind of from a tough place into the light. It’s not often you get to do that — to play joy. And it’s been a really wonderful, special, special experience for me.”
The Bearalso won big at the 75th Annual Emmy Awards on Monday night, Jeremy Allen White won forOutstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, Ayo Edebiri took home the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series and Moss-Bachrach won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. While the cast as a whole celebrated on stage for their win for Outstanding Comedy Series.