“It’s so rare that you don’t see two best friends have some type of intimate moment, but we didn’t. I don’t know why, I think it was just really smart writing by Mark [Schwahn].” We agree, Chad, we most definitely agree.
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“But I think it is the relationships I walked away with…
like being able to come back here and pick up right where we left off with people I haven’t seen in three to four years.” Johansson, meanwhile, took life lessons away from playing the villainous and possibly misunderstood Dan Scott.
He also jaunted out into the crowd to better hear a fan’s question, only to make her so overwhelmed by his presence that she began to cry.
He gave her a big hug before returning to the stage.
“I just don’t think we had chemistry,” Lenz told People’s Choice at the Inside OTH Convention last July.
“Nine years of my life was playing a guy who was honestly just seeking redemption and to love his family even though he didn’t know how to do it,” he said. Like how not to be a dad.” Thanks to Johansson’s hijinks, the panel took on a zany tone that kept the audience laughing from beginning to end.
At one point, he pulled small containers of Spam out of his back pocket and doled them out to fans that asked good questions.
During the panel, fans were eager to know everything from what trinkets they took from the set (Lenz took the “Julius Caesar” book Haley gave to Lucas) to their favorite scenes involving Naley (the fan-favorite couple comprised of Lenz’s Haley James Scott and James Lafferty’s Nathan Scott).
Lenz choose the scene when, after getting married, Haley and Nathan recorded a voicemail message as a couple.