JJJ was lucky enough to chat with the stars who play Jessie Hill and Tom Bellow, earlier this morning about the series.
When asked if they really think young love lasts, Michael shared, “When we were filming the first season, I was 22 and thinking a lot about how my sister actually got married at 22. I was 12 at the time and thought she was old enough. I’m still good friends with a lot of her friends and I asked them if they thought she was crazy for getting married at 22. Everyone was like, ‘No, it just seemed right.’ My sister has been with her husband for 10 years now and they’re still in love, if not more.”
Stacey added with Tom and Jessie’s storyline, “A lot of the episodes are about Tom and Jessie keeping secrets from each other. But by the end, they’re coming clean with each other and I think that being truthful and honest with one another is what makes them wanting to make it work.”
Click inside to find out what episodes are airing tonight on the CW!
@9PM ET/PT – “It’s My Party”
Jessie makes an ill-fated stab at winning Judith over â€” When Monica (Tiio Horn) pays a visit to Tom (Seater) and Jessieâ€™s (Farber) new attic apartment, sheâ€™s appalled by their cheap appliances and hand-me-down fry pans. Itâ€™s time the newlyweds capitalize on the free gift-grab known as a bridal shower. Jessie agrees, since it might create an opportunity to bond with her mother-in-law. But bonding with Judith (Ellen David) doesnâ€™t go as planned when Jessie discovers that Judith has â€œforgottenâ€ to send out the invites. It all comes to a head in the worldâ€™s most awkward bridal shower. Meanwhile, Carter (Jesse Rath) decides to throw Tom a bachelor party. But Phil (Al Goulem) and Ben (Peter Keleghan) catch wind of it and invite themselves along. In a night of dueling parties, Tom is about to learn one of lifeâ€™s harshest lessons: the only thing worse than your father watching you cut loose, is watching your father cut loose.
@9:30PM ET/PT – “Detour”
Tomâ€™s manhood is tested when Jessie tries to teach him to drive â€” Tomâ€™s starting to feel a little emasculated since his ill-advised attempts to get everyone to say â€œTom and Jessieâ€ instead of â€œJessie and Tomâ€ are failing, so he decides itâ€™s time he gets a driverâ€™s license. But when his fatherâ€™s lessons degenerate into a yell-a-thon and everyone else is too busy, the only person he can turn to is Jessie and the twosome go on a painful series of driving lessons. Meanwhile, fed up with Taraâ€™s (Angela Asher) control of his viewing schedule, Phil purchases a new TV remote control so complicated only he can understand it.