(Laughs) Was it harder for you to play Nick at the beginning, towing the line between him being good or bad, as to not tip the audience on what was going to happen? I loved playing with that, because to me the way I crafted it was the way I see Nick. (Laughs) BLAKE: He can’t control it, and it’s like this monster inside that is hungry, and when he sets his eyes on something he has tunnel vision, and he pursues it ruthlessly.He means good and wants to do good, but he kind of has this obsessive side to him … MICHAEL: Can I just tell you how fantastic the episodes of the disastrous wedding of Nick and Gabi were?you know that hell hath no fury when a man’s plans are thwarted by his nemesis, Will Horton (Chandler Massey), and wedding wrecker Chad Di Mera (Casey Deidrick)!
MICHAEL: When I initially started watching your return, and Nick’s integration from prison back to the Salem canvas, I did not know whether he was supposed to be a good guy or a bad guy!
Of course, I knew they were not just going to bring you back to washes dishes at the Brady Pub!