According to an interview Lawrence did with the New York Times back in 2015, the friendship started after JLaw saw Amy’s movie debut: “I emailed her after I saw Trainwreck and said, ‘I don’t know where to get started. I guess I should just say it: I’m in love with you.’ We started emailing, and then emailing turned to texting.”
“I like drafting and then sleeping on it because, for me, my emotions get very heightened in the evening [and] then in the morning when I wake up I’m like, ‘Oh, I’m so glad I didn’t send that! I can get through another day without this situation.’”
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All right, let’s take a quick poll. Do you recognize this bearded gentleman?
On today, the day of my birth, I would like to say: I remember all of it, every second, and it was disgusting.
On being a woman:
“Double standards definitely suck, being sexualized also isn’t cool. When you’re in the public eye and people write stuff about you, they’re usually not as lenient with judgment as they are with men.”
On diversity in the fashion industry:
“The rest of the world, the racists, the homophobes, the sexists, they’re getting outnumbered by people with open minds. So this world has no choice but to embrace every one else’s beauty. Not just one idea of beauty. It’s such a broad thing, ‘beauty.’ You can’t put into just one template.”
On how to be brave:
“…stay educated, enlightened, and to stay true to yourself while facing everything that comes along with that head on.
On how she passes the time:
“Staying home with my dog pretty much all the time if I’m not working, reading is a great way to pass the time, hooked on all these new alien tv shows I’ve found, camping when I get the chance. That’s about all I do lol.”
The finale showed Jack marry Beverly Leslie (played by Leslie Jordan), who was promptly blown out of the window leaving Jack a very rich widower who shared his millions with Karen. Hopefully, we’ll get to see a little bit of Rosario (Shelley Morrison) too!
5. Kaley Cuoco has an idea of what Penny’s maiden name might be, but she’s keeping it close to the vest. She told one fan: “I have it in my head what I think that it is. But now I’m Penny Hofstadter, so it doesn’t matter.”
6. A lot of laughter on the show is not scripted. Cuoco said, “That’s what I love about this cast, like, we laugh when we’re saying things. It’s completely natural, it’s not a written in thing. … I’m constantly entertained by these friends and these people that are around me.”
7. Cuoco’s favorite episode is “The Scavenger Vortex” (Season 7, Episode 3) because she loves group scenes and how competitive costar Melissa Rauch gets during filming. Meanwhile, Nayyar likes “The Adhesive Duck Deficiency” (Season 3, Episode 8) because he got to use a funny American accent.
8. Nayyar is a huge Star Wars fan and his dog is named Boba Fett.
That’s right. Sweet, innocent Jennifer turned out to be the season 3 villain, the Darach AKA the maniac who went around Beacon Hills sacrificing teenagers for some power boost ritual. Ultimately, Peter Hale “handled the situation” and, IMO, she got what she deserved.
With O’Donoghue’s Hook returning but Emma’s Jennifer Morrison leaving the show, many fans were concerned that the couple’s happily ever after would be short lived.
Horowitz told us, “Their love story reached a really beautiful moment at the end of season 6 and that carries over to season 7.” Kitsis added, “True love lasts forever, so the essence will always be there.”
It was no coincidence that Jimmi Simpson, who played Mary Lightly, moderated the Psych: The Movie panel. The fan favorite character will appear in the reunion film, despite *spoiler* his character dying back in season 4. Even Roday joked, “I believe he’s now appeared on the show more post-death than he has than when he was actually alive, and we take great pride in that.”
As for how he’ll appear, the writers “found a pretty clever way to give the people what they need and that’s a little more Mary Lightly.”