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If there's a wolf-dog in Portland you can shoot him in the street." Howls of disbelief from the foreign press greeted that comment. Just sayin'." Kane started his question-and-answer session by talking about the similarities between Jacob Stone, his character on "The Librarians," and himself. "(Executive producer) John Rogers, I believe, who wrote this, wrote this with me in mind. "Where he comes from, where I come from, people don't really let on about that kind of stuff when you come from the oil business or the redneck, roughneck business, which I grew up in because my dad's an oilman. "I relate to my character because I'm from Oklahoma. But, you know, growing up in Oklahoma there's only two things to do and that's drink beer and fight. I actually had to say I was in trouble with the law so (my friends) wouldn't find out I was doing a play." Kane added that he had no problem with Oklahoma and is proud of where he's from.

"Listen, I'm not telling you something you can't look up. "They would never end up doing that, but I don't want to have a confrontation with somebody on the street about my dog because if any of you saw 'Leverage' you know I don't deal with confrontation that well (laughs). He's a good ol' boy, and he's very shy about the fact that he's got a high IQ. Not a lot people want to know that you know a lot about the Roman Empire or anywhere from Andy Warhol to Michelangelo. It's not talked about." Do you relate to your character? I actually lied and said that I was in DUI class Friday, Saturday and Sunday so that I could go do 'A Streetcar Named Desire' in Guthrie, Oklahoma.

I mean, it's become a second home for me," Kane said.

"I was fortunate enough to be here for five years doing 'Leverage' and now I'm back, so this is like six and a half years.

His desire for harmonious relationships and surroundings is so strong that he avoids personal confrontation or any expression of intense, unpleasant emotions.