'Stargirl': Brainwave and Icicle make survival jokes on Instagram Live during 'inept' ISA meeting, fans cheer

Christopher James Baker and Neil Jackson who play the roles of Brainwave and Icicle in 'Stargirl', had a long discussion on the show during an Instagram live


                            'Stargirl': Brainwave and Icicle make survival jokes on Instagram Live during 'inept' ISA meeting, fans cheer
Neil Jackson and Christopher James Baker (IMDb)
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There's nothing more enjoyable than watching two actors, who play supervillains in a show, laughing and joking around in polished accents. Brainwave and Icicle had a little chat today on Instagram and apart from discussing their show 'Stargirl', the two laughed at trying to understand how Instagram live works.

One of the fun moments in the chat was Christopher James Baker, who plays the sinister Brainwave, asking Neil Jackson (Icicle), who plays the ice-powered villain how he manages to survive the summer. Two which Jackson replied, "He goes to Alaska." Another fun joke they made was they called it an 'inept' ISA (Injustice Society of America) meeting. 

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Jackson also spoke about how much he's beginning to enjoy 'Stargirl'. "I was a part of the show, but not the whole thing. I can get to see everything, the high-school stuff. I am loving watching the show. It's rare of me to say it, but I'm a fan of the show and I'm watching and genuinely watching and not cringing at work. My family is watching it and just being supportive.  It's quite gratifying," he said.

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Going by the comments on the video, fans were more than happy to see this interaction and called them the two best villains and said that the cast is really great. There were several fire emoticons as fans thanked them for doing these lives. 

In an exclusive interview to MEA Worldwide (MEAWW), Jackson had opened up about his character Icicle. "Jordan Mahkent [Icicle] is kind of machiavellian, where the ends justify the means. He has a son and he wants to leave the world in a better place than the one he lived in. That means exposing people that are doing these terrible things and ultimately destroying them. So he is doing what he believes is the best for his son, but the sacrifice that that comes with that is the direct, personal relationship he has with his him. He's not as close with his son as he wants to be and his son is pretty much raised by his grandparents. So Jordan's parents basically raise Cameron, and that causes some conflict between the two of them because he hasn't really been a father figure to his son. Yet in his mind, he is being the best father that he can because he is making a big sacrifice to leave him a better world."

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Meanwhile, Brainwave has just recovered from his coma in 'Stargirl', and that means more trouble lies ahead for Courtney Whitmore (Brec Bassinger) and the new JSA.