And the acting was top-notch, improved by time and, for many of the actors, three years in these characters’ skin. She only joined the show as Taylor Townsend in season three, but her smart, quirky performance soon led to a series regular gig and an upgrade from competitive rival to Ryan’s (Ben Mc Kenzie) love interest. It’s just a very, very weird experience on that episode. You were basically one of the show’s two female leads in season four. I’m sure there are fans that are still unhappy about that, but I really liked the character and I liked the direction they took the storyline in season four. Like the dream sequence episode – “The Chrismukk-huh? OK.” I think it was the sleep therapy episode that I was like, “OK. They seemed an odd pairing at first, but I think they each bring each other something. I remember looking around and going, “How did I get here? People are genuinely surprised when you ask them out." Mc Kenzie clearly has a romantic side — but he's not always Prince Charming.After admitting to that his exes might describe him as "stubborn" and "maybe a little detached," he confessed his biggest dating regret.
But season four was the closest the show ever got back to the glory of season one. Last Thursday, I chatted with Reeser about the “surreal” experience of becoming an . And I know I’m odd, and that’s OK.” I really loved her. When did you first get the feeling that Taylor was really integrating into the core group and that she’d be sticking around? ” – where Ryan thinks he sees Marissa at the airport. God, it was a while ago, so I don’t totally remember. Ryan takes everything too seriously and, sometimes, Taylor doesn’t take things seriously enough. All of a sudden, you and Ben [Mc Kenzie] had to develop this romantic chemistry.
"I may have managed a make out session or two, but I certainly don't remember being able to seal the deal.
Any woman worth her salt has to draw a line at some point.
"I just worked with Rachel [Bilson] on the finale episode of 'Hart of Dixie,' which will air this spring," she tells us.
Not only is the busy mother-of-two guest-starring on the CW show and appearing on the upcoming series "The Whispers," she's also dipping her toe in the fashion field through her partnership with Thread Flip.