“Look, it’s not cool. Straight up. Honestly, I just look at these paparazzi people as like, they’re just spoiling it for everybody. They’re taking a big steaming dump on the work that all these people do.
“[The crews] work in Vancouver, unbelievable hours, in the rain, terrible conditions, and they do it all to produce shows that everyone can be entertained by and part of being entertained is being surprised. We take precautions, but unfortunately when you’re dealing with a cemetery, you have to go out on location. We have to be out in the world. We can’t produce the show just on our sound stages. But it does happen and it just sucks. I’ll just say it: shame on those people.”