We just talked about where we were from and our hopes for the show. Brendan Dooling: Anna Sophia [Robb] and I had dinner at this really nice Italian spot in New York, and that was our real first bonding experience. And Chloe [Bridges] and Katie [Findlay] are probably my closest friends from the show.17: What do you think of the show's ‘80s clothes? It’s a lot of popped collars with button-downs and sweaters on top.Once everyone else moved here, we started to hang out a lot. We just talked about where we were from and our hopes for the show. I don’t always love the color palette, but they help me get into character.With young Carrie Bradshaw's (Anna Sophia Robb) Manhattan life squashed -- for the time being, at least -- and her father discovering her secrets (bye, law firm! There's also Walt (Brendan Dooling) and Maggie's (Katie Findlay) break-up (it sticks this time around), and Walt and Donna's (Chloe Bridges) new romance (who saw that coming?! VIDEO: ' Carrie Diaries': Carrie Has Strong Opinions About Dating in Her 30s Following Monday's action-packed hour, "Hush Hush," Harris spoke to about what lies ahead for Carrie and her friends and just how long it'll be until she returns to the Big Apple.The Hollywood Reporter: This episode focused on a lot of the group's secrets coming out and them now having to deal with that. Harris: I always felt like as much as Carrie's secret life was a big part of how we were telling the story throughout the first eight episodes, I never envisioned the premise for the show as what would Carrie's secret life look like.We aren’t really into the night scene, so we find other ways to hang out. Once everyone else moved here, we started to hang out a lot. They make me carry myself differently, and mannerisms come a lot more easily when I’m wearing “Walt’s clothes.”17: Is there anything about the ‘80s that you wish we still had today?
Carrie is starting a new school year, the first without her mom in the picture.The four adventurers journey into the wild on their ATVs in search of a family relic. See full summary » Loserville follows a dorky high school outcast named Chuck as he navigates the wild and confusing days of his senior year.Chuck must face the challenges that he and friends are growing apart; that his mother has decided to date a much younger man who just happens to be the school's gym teacher; and that his dream girl the brilliant, beautiful and popular Melissa Mercer barely acknowledges his existence.I miss being able to call people back instead of having to text them that I can’t talk right now.I’m definitely a child of the 21st century and I prefer texting to phone calls, but I would prefer an answering machine over all.