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I’ll start with an easy one, what’s coming up this season?Alanna: In the second season, Jo’s faced with an awful phenomenon: Frumpkis and his new wife Charlene decide to move to Los Angeles and they pretend to be one big happy family.I’ve never played a character that’s reminded me so much of my loved ones, as well. Alanna: She’d be big and blonde and I don’t have to explain myself. I love how you’re so tiny but Jo’s character is so loud and… I love that line when Abby was going on those 10 dates and she says “I don’t think I need a micro body guard”. These intellectual, summa cum laude graduates are coming up with these gems of lines. So it’s these two boys living in this hotel in a big metropolitan city and it’s all about their adventures in the hotel. Are there any teasers you can give about season 2 of Alanna: Yes!
She finds herself in situations that could potentially, be very dangerous.It’s emotionally investigative work that demands a lot of care and psychological investment. Alanna: It’s wonderful that Lisa Edelstein took a stab at the writing. Paul Adelstein also wrote a few, he’s a dynamo writer. They bring their best pitcher’s throw to the field. Another fan question, Nor says that Jo’s her favorite girlfriend and one of her favorite scenes was the fight scene between Abby and Jo where Jo calls herself “Abby’s dick.” Will there be more dramatic scenes between these two?Waking up every morning, looking at myself in the mirror while I’m brushing my teeth? If I had a wish, it would be to maybe direct one of the episodes one day. It’s a big league baseball game and everyone is in it for the love of playing and for that, I feel very lucky to be a part Alanna: A plethora of dramatic scenes (which I cannot reveal the specificity of)… Pump and Dump, you’ve got to be kidding me.” Who says pump and dump? I’m a little more formal when it comes to my relationships and when it comes to my loved ones. I like to think of myself as a little more polite than Jo.I just see this kooky little woman with a fiery red mane, and I think to myself ‘Who am I? The writing aspect, I’ve always wished I had a knack for writing television episodes, but I do not. Alanna: My favorite is anything from the 1980s prom episode. But I can say that our implosion is caused by these confrontations that happen, and it’s not pretty. Some of the things that this character says, it really does take a lot of balls to muster up the courage to say them. I remember watching and thinking this is brilliant but I’ll get in trouble if I said that. [laughs] To muster up the courage to actually say those lines and to really feel them is a challenge and fun. Alanna: Incredibly liberating and very cathartic, emotionally speaking. Alanna: A whole bunch of cartoons that I’m doing the voices of. I’m very excited about that, I play a little boy who lives in a hotel and is quite lonely.
’ But hair can really help the character come to life. I was in my Halloween costume for 5 months and I couldn’t get out of it. [laughs] So we decided to do a red rinse in order to mask the fact that I could be a long lost sister/cousin of hers. I can improvise and act until I’m blue in the face, but when it comes to writing, it takes a lot of time and investment that can be quite challenging at times. Retta is now a new character who brings her utmost intelligence to the character, it’s amazing to watch. If there was anything you could change about your character what would it be and why? It’s funny to be playing such a strong character, in this body, it’s very funny. Alanna: The ironic thing about it is that most of these writers, who you will meet, you would never think in a million years that this is would come out of their psyche but it does. (Fan Question) Lynsey wanted to know what is your favorite part about playing Jo? He befriends this other little boy who has a wild imagination.
Charlene is played by Megan Hilty; Maury Sterling plays my husband and Will Kemp plays my perfectionist baker who has promiscuity issues.