CBR TV presents the final installment of Mark Waid's three-part interview with "Torchwood" star John Barrowman, with the comic book writer speaking with the fan-favorite actor about his popular BBC series, the character of Captain Jack, how he landed the now-iconic role and much more. Barrowman starts by looking back at his failed audition for "Will and Grace," a role he was turned down for being "too straight," before trying out for the part of Captain Jack on "Doctor Who," a role he has since turned into a career-defining one involving his own spinoff series, toys, comics and more. The actor reveals the mixed emotions he felt on the day he found out about headlining his own series, "Torchwood," the changes and growth the Captain Jack character has seen over the course of his existence, working with Starz and how the deal with the pay cable network made continuing the series possible. Barrowman explains how much of himself he pours into the character on-screen and his theory that by approaching the character from such a personal level adds to the inherent likability of Captain Jack. Barrowman discusses his documentary, "The Making of Me," and how it caused him to look at his own sexual orientation and the belief that homosexuality can be "cured," his love of "Archie" comics (he'd cast himself as Archie if asked), co-writing novels and comics with his sister Carole and much more.