Earlier this week, it was announced that Jeffrey Tambor, an actor whose name was one of many mentioned in the post-Weinstein rush of sexual misconduct allegations, would be returning to this year’s Emmys race.
The 73-year-old star, who has previously won two awards for his role as a trans woman in Transparent, was submitted by Netflix for his work in the latest season of Arrested Development launching at the end of the month. It felt like the beginning of a comeback, a slow crawl back to the top after being ousted from the Amazon drama. But his good luck was short-lived. Later that same day, the New York Times launched a roundtable interview with Tambor and the rest of the Arrested Development cast. It was a surprisingly candid