“I think you’re going to like this episode,” the host said.
“You have to like it.
I don’t know if I would be able to.
I’m going to have to watch this and then say, ‘I wish I could watch this.
I wish I had time.’
But this is such a great episode.
It’s so funny and it’s so touching.”
“It’s a lot of fun, too,” Little Rascal continued.
“It’s such a cute and charming episode.
And it’s very good.”
Little Rascal then said the title of the show is not the only thing to keep in mind for her new co-stars.
“I’m a little nervous because they’re all really young,” she said.
The Darlings star said her new love, the former star of the ABC sitcom Love and Other Lies, has been a huge help in bringing her life together.
“[Love and Other Lie’s] one of the things that has helped me get through the past year,” she added.
A look back at Darla’s career, including her roles in The Vampire Diaries and True Blood.
Darling and Darlers “This is not a show that’s going to go away, and I think it’s going in a direction that’s really positive,” she continued.
It was during a break in the interview that Little Rascar, who is also the executive producer of The Vampire Chronicles, gave a shout-out to Darla, the show’s creator, and the Darlies.
She thanked the show for letting her get a chance to do her own thing, adding that the two have been a “great and fun team.”
The darlers will also be reuniting in Season 6, in a mini-series called The Darla & Darlie Mysteries.
In the meantime, the two-time Oscar winner, who won the Emmys for her role in the hit HBO drama The Wire, is busy working on a series for Showtime.
We’ve reached out to the Daddys for comment.
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