As the season progresses that you, dear readers, have become more invested in the characters on The Nine Lives of Chloe King. Know who feels the same way? The actors who portray them.
I hate to upset you, but Benjamin Stone could not attend the convention. Thankfully, the rest of the cast made up for his absence, with Grey Damon even noting he's on Team Alek. He recognizes the fans are falling for Alek over Brian. What does he make of that? Find out below.
When asked to describe her character in one word, Amy Pietz (Meredith King) chose warm. I'd have to agree. Watch as she talks about how working on Chloe King has better prepared her for motherhood, how long Meredith will be in the dark about Chloe's true heritage and how great it would be to have some Meredith and Valentina scenes.
Next up was Alyssa Diaz, discussing Jasmine's relationship with her mother, doing her own stunts and what the season holds in store for her character.
Grace Phipps and Ki Hong Lee (Amy and Paul) were a blast to talk with. Discussing superpowers (and our own dreams), geekdom (Firefly and nerdiness!), the differences between themselves and their characters and more, they were incredibly engaging and I fell in love with them both. Is Paul the ultimate Comic-Con fan? I think so. It's a long video, but worth the watch, I promise!
For the finale, I present Skyler Samuels and Damon (Chloe and Brian!). I wish I could find something critical about someone in the cast, but when you can't, you can't.
Skyler and Damon discuss the cast's burgeoning friendship, Two and a Half Minutes with Skyler Samuels, the infamous love triangle between Brian, Chloe and Alek and real love versus teenage lust (wow!). They even taught me something about the show that I failed to catch. To have this much time with the leads was such a pleasure, and I hope it will be for you, too!
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