Rick Yaeger: What are some of the things a fan could do to get you to follow them on Twitter?
Jorge Garcia: Hm.
Tony Goldwyn: Hm.
David Anders: Uh.
Linda Park: Wow.
Greg Grunberg: You know it’s– uh, you and I met on Twitter.
Abbey Cobb: Oh, be my best friend.
Abbey Cobb: Because I would certainly follow you if you were my best friend.
Neil Jackson: Befriend me over several years.
Rick: This isn’t legally binding, by the way.
Linda Park: I know.
Tony Goldwyn: I get a lot of requests. You know what I really love, what’s more relevant, I think is the way that I communicate with fans.
Reno Wilson: I really enjoy interacting with people.
Jason O’Mara: And I love following fans. It’s great. It gives me a little peek into their lives and I love it.
Dulé Hill: Post a video of them tap dancing.
David Anders: Just say something funny.
Rob Benedict: I suppose if they had some really cool thing that they do, like maybe they’re a great artist.
Dulé Hill: Not just acting crazy tap dancing, but really trying to tap dance.
Abbey Cobb: Or if you said positive, encouraging things or you’re some kind of artist or really cool photographer.
Jorge Garcia: Make something great. Offer me a job. I don’t know.
Dulé Hill: Well, that would be difficult–seeing someone tap dance and really putting it down, I’d be like oh, wow, that’s cool.
David Anders: I use Twitter to make people laugh and to laugh myself.
Linda Park: I enjoy a good sense of humor and someone who can really make me laugh.
Sendhil Ramamurthy: If you make me laugh hard, I will give you a follow. It hasn’t happened yet.
David Anders: You know, they could say something profound too.
Tony Goldwyn: And I tend to answer the Tweets where people have thoughtful questions and are interesting as opposed to JUST NOTICE ME, you know?
Greg Grunberg: It’s hard to get somebody’s attention on Twitter.
Rick: What if I just tweeted to you in all caps, FOLLOW ME, FOLLOW ME, FOLLOW ME about 5 or 12 times a day?
Abbey Cobb: Well, I wouldn’t be sure if you were a crazy.
Reno Wilson: I’m not a crazy twitterer.
Jorge Garcia: Yeah, that’s the thing that makes me least excited about following them on Twitter.
Dulé Hill: I can tell you how to not get me to follow you is by more than once in a row about FOLLOW ME or NOTICE ME.
Jason O’Mara: I hold competitions from time to time and who I follow, I follow because they won a competition, whether it was a caption contest or a write a tagline, for making a poster, whatever it is. And so I follow them.
Rick: Uh, huh.
Amy Jo Johnson: –sounds so silly. I’ll follow you on Twitter.
Reno Wilson: I don’t know if I should tell you what my secret is on how I follow people, because there’s one specific thing that you have to do and I will follow you immediately.
Rick: OK. Let’s leave it at that.
Reno Wilson: I followed a girl today and she did that thing.
Rick: She did that thing.
Reno Wilson: She did that thing.
Greg Grunberg: Just be a really nice, normal person and, you know, hope to God that I catch what you say in my stream.
Dulé Hill: But beyond that, sometimes it’s just simply asking.
Abbey Cobb: I’d probably follow you.
Rick: OK. Good answer.