"I talked with the photographer and with the stylist and with everybody and I was like, 'nothing pink, nothing ruffled.
She says that the show cut a lot of it out, but "I was really angry with this guy because he was talking down to his son.
I'm totally the person to open my mouth and be like, 'You shouldn't talk to your son like that.' He got me all fired up because he was blaming me for stealing the dog." In the end, Bell says that she was happy with the outcome.
"He's a fantastic actor that you rarely see on teen shows.
He just has an intensity that's amazingly watchable to me," Thomas says.
While he was inside the store, Bell noticed a young boy hanging up a flyer for a lost dog that looked exactly like the one she was holding.
She, of course, asked him if she had his dog, and he said yes.
Dohring says that he likes playing both sides of Logan and he believes "it's kind of an interesting dynamic when it's not all Veronica and Logan." He says that Kristen Bell brings a real honesty to her role, especially when her Veronica character is reacting to Dohring's Logan character. In a dark twist, the instructor was molesting some of the troubled teens at the school.
The entire storyline culminates in an edge-of-your-seat moment that packed an extra punch to the already emotionally charged episode. Tyra said that Furonda took the worst photo from the shoot, but the judges didn't see a lot of potential from Kathy.
Dohring is indeed impressive; just consider the snappy, quick dialog that he delivers each week.
"A lot of it is sarcastic, so there's subtext, which is what's really going on.
In the end, Bell says that she went for a more "50's pin-up" look with the shoot and she made the most of the experience.