The Big Bang Society star David Duchovny says he regrets the final episode of his long-running sitcom, but he’s not sure why it was cut.
The Big Bunch star opened up about the ending of season three on Thursday on the red carpet of the annual Academy Awards, where he was nominated for his performance as a “dear father” in The Dark Knight Rises.
He says the scene where he talks to his wife, Carrie Fisher, and his daughter, Kylie, about the possibility of him having children with her has left him “in a little bit of grief.”
“It’s not my choice to make, I’ve made it my own,” Duchavny said.
“I’ve made my own choices, and it’s my choice whether or not to go through with it.
I didn’t do anything wrong.
And I have no regrets.”
But while the interview has become an internet sensation, Duchova said the final scene has had a bigger impact on his family.
“I’ve lost all the kids that we had, and that’s all that’s changed for me,” he said.
Duchavs comments came in a speech to the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at the annual awards, in which he also won the Audience Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor.
Dukes was nominated in both categories for the role of father and mother, and he said that was a major reason for the “terrible” ending of the season.
“That’s what was really awful about that, that it was my father,” he told the audience.
“That’s why it had to end like that.
It had to be the way it ended.””
And I guess I just have to move on with life, as a father,” Dukes added.
“It’s hard for me to say goodbye to all the love and kindness that’s been there for me through the years.”
Duchovs’ comments follow a similar one made by the star of the hit ABC series The Muppets, who told The New York Times in January that he didn’t know why he was let go.
“They had this wonderful conversation with me where they said, ‘Are you going to be part of our family?’
I was like, ‘Yeah, I guess,'” he said at the time.
“But I’m not sure, I’m going to tell you this: I just think it was the right thing to do.”
Duke also told The Times that he felt a little guilty for letting Fisher and his other daughters go, because he “thought maybe they’d be nice to me and make me happy.”
But Duchoncy says that he’s glad the show’s end is coming to an end.
“It has been an absolute pleasure to work on this show and bring all these characters together,” he wrote in a statement.
“We’ve created a wonderful family, and now I just want to move forward with my life.
And that’s what I’m trying to do, is to make sure my kids and my family continue to do that.”