I said, 'Hey, I kinda want an apology and maybe a raise.' And they were like, 'No, we'll sue you! "I get to go to work every day with people I really like. It is genuinely a family there, which is good and bad. That was the best."With her contract up this year, would she consider coming back for Season 8? "I love everyone here and it's just nice to have a job. "Besides, if she doesn't come back, "the Hotch and Prentiss dream would die — I can't let that happen again!The only reason we have [season finale] cliff-hangers is because of our contracts, so maybe [Prentiss will be in jeopardy this year]. "She hasn't had time to really address Doyle stabbing her and being 'dead.'" Until now. Thomas and I joke about it all the time, but if you have to capture serial killers, when are you making out? I love people hooking up in, like, a hospital drama, but it doesn't really work for our tone.When Hotch receives her final report from her mandated therapist, who cleared Prentiss, he knows not all is well. He's like, 'You're not dealing it, but someday you will, so let me know.'" That day comes when the BAU heads to Houston to pursue "The Piano Man," a rapist who is attacking his previous victims. You ever notice that when you're upset about something or you break up with someone, you keep it inside and someone you don't even know says, 'Hey, are you OK? I do love the little moments we get though where you see us all bonding or doing something other than work and get a peek into our lives."Prentiss' moment with Hotch, of course, wouldn't be possible if not for the Doyle arc, which was only concocted after CBS demoted Brewster before Season 6.I shot a pilot and it didn't go, and then they said, 'You're back! They thought they would save money by getting rid of us ... The writers got to do something different, and I got to do something different."Though her contract dictated her return, Brewster wants to make it clear that she's happy to be back with her work family of the past six years, and she's forever grateful to the fans who petitioned for her and Cook's rehirings.' I had another year on my contract that I didn't know about, so I had to come back! "It wasn't like they cut my arm off making me come back," she says. And the nicest thing was the fans coming up to me the whole time.Both her modeling and photography work was frequently seen in Barracuda Magazine.Brewster has volunteered as an actress with the Young Storytellers Program.
In the 10 years that it spent on NBC, Friends not only boosted its central six-some to fame, but it also shined a spotlight on many up-and-coming actors and actresses, from Adam Goldberg to Jon Favreau to Aisha Tyler.
the fans who want Hotch and Prentiss together are going to go nuts! In fact, it's a major turning point in Prentiss' life as she finally processes coming back from the "dead" after Hotch and JJ (A. Cook) faked her death to evade her IRA nemesis Ian Doyle (Timothy V. "When she returned this year, she just got right back into working, and Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) and Morgan (Shemar Moore) were angry about being lied to [about her death], so that was a concern for her," Brewster says. "In the real world, where you have 24 hours in a day and not 44 minutes to tell a story, I think people at work hook up. I think the writers and producers and the actors are so aware of the real Behavioral Analysis Unit that we wouldn't want to be untrue to them.
People really want them to date for some reason and I think this will just add to that." Check out photos from ) and Prentiss (Brewster) 'shippers, a romance is unlikely — for now at least, especially with his budding relationship with Beth (Bellamy Young) — but that doesn't make the duo's moment any less significant. But it will be strictly on professional and platonic levels. "I think [the show] would jump the shark [if they got together]," she says.
She also played Amy Pierson, a calculus teacher afraid of the water, in the independent film The Big Bad Swim that premiered at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival.
In 2005, Brewster began voice work as a recurring character on the animated series Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law as Judy Sebben/Birdgirl.