Harmony looked a little like Veronica from Better Off Ted, only not so harsh.
And here's me.
We walked down the hallway of a luxurious mall (which is apparently where the TV show was shot) and rehearsed our lines. Harmony delivered hers flawlessly. I had completely forgotten mine so I made up something ridiculous that made us laugh. Harmony then said my lines to me, so I complained dramatically at having such a perfect costar who made me look bad by knowing my lines better than I did. I repeated her lines and exclaimed, "See! If you can play me, I can play you. Let's switch clothes!" So we did. Only when we were done she still looked like she just stepped out of a photo shoot and I still looked like I rolled down a hill in baggy pajamas.
I got over that indignity by jumping on my childhood trampoline. I broke my glasses. Then I returned to set where I untangled the harnesses of the pony and two sheep that were hitched to Dame Judi Dench's adorably rustic Easter wagon. My other co-star David Boreanaz showed up and told me (in character) that he didn't have feelings for me. I wasn't too worried, I knew my character got the guy in the end. I finally made it back to where the show was rehearsing to find out I wasn't in the episode. I asked for a cigarette so I could sulk properly. Harmony handed me a pack and I took one out and pretended to smoke. It immediately came unrolled. She offered to fix it for me, but I insisted I could do it. I tried to shove the dried mixture of tobacco, lavender flowers, and was that dried bacon? back into the paper and close it, but failed miserably.
Which is when I awoke to the sound of Hamish banging on my door yelling, "Mom, Mom! Iron Man!" And here we are.