In Touch met up with Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles star James Harris to discuss the show, his cast-mates and the exciting finale.

James, this has been a great season and I know you don't want to address the Madison drama so aside from that, we are obsessed with the real estate porn this season. Which property was your favorite?

They are all my favorite, but the property in the Hollywood Hills, St. Ives was special. The owner was in a difficult situation and was spending a ton of money to sustain the property. David and I found a buyer and had to throw in our commission to make the deal happen. For David and I, it's more about the bottom line, we want our clients to be happy and will do whatever it takes to make that happen.

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It seemed like you and David get along really well with Josh Flagg. Are you guys good friends off camera?

We love Josh and Bobby. They were just over our house BBQing. Dave and I are very good friends with Josh on and off camera, he reminds us of our friends in London with dry wit and humor, he's the absolute best of the best.

You and David have been life-long friends. How did you help him cope with the news about his brothers brain tumor?

David is more than friends, he is family, he is my brother and I feel his pain. We grew up together and Michael is a beautiful person inside and out. This has been the most difficult situation but Dave knows that I'm here for him no matter what. I pray every day that Michael will be ok and thank God he is doing better.

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You and David seem very dedicated to your clients and it looks like you work 24/7 and aren't the typical LA Agents that show up late wearing sunglasses in flashy cars. Did you get that sort of work ethic from London?

Dave and I pride ourselves on our work ethic, hard work pays off. We are dedicated to our jobs and learn everyday. When you stop learning your career ends. Showing up, being responsible, placing the clients needs first are critical components to our success.

Can you tease how the season ends?

This season finale is explosive and ends in a very exciting and unexpected way. The audience will be shocked, surprised, laugh, cry, and will be on the edge of their seats. The finale is so amazing you have to tune in at 9 p.m. tonight on Bravo to see it!

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Who would be your dream client?

I'd love to represent Elon Musk. He is extraordinary in so many ways and representing him would be a dream come true.

The show is fun to watch and you have some eclectic clients. Is everything we see real or do they cast these people and edit it?

The show is one hundred percent real. Nothing is edited or produced to portray anyone in a false light. Our producers do an incredible job at capturing our lives and authentic selves. Everything you see on Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles is 100000% authentic in every way, shape, and form.

How has the show impacted your career?

The show has been great for my career and I am grateful to the producers, and Bravo for this amazing opportunity. I wake up every day with gratitude and feel very lucky to have this opportunity.

Overall, what are your feelings about this season?

Overall season and the LA market are hot hot hot! I'd give this season a 10 out of 10. We are really hitting our stride on Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles and the viewers are so passionate about the show. It's nice to engage with our viewers and I feel like the luckiest man in the world to be a part of this amazing show.