Love Me‘s official summary: Sixteen-year-old Melissa Kennedy’s been missing for almost 3 months now and the Town of Ridgedale is coming unhinged. The projectionist at the old revival movie house, Sylvia Potter (Shaw) wants so badly to be in love. Just like in the movies. But can any guy live up to her ideal leading man? Even her best friend Harry’s (Bilodeau) unrequited love for her (since fifth grade) has never been reciprocated.
When sexy, quiet, rich kid, Lucas Green (Jamie Johnston) transfers to Hampton Prep the sparks fly. Lucas and Sylvia’s initial animosity quickly becomes a heated romance – despite the warnings of almost every friend in her circle. But what seems like a love story straight out of the movies hits a major plot twist when the police begin an investigation into Lucas’ involvement in the Melissa Kennedy case.
“Paige is very much on the girls’ side and getting her hands dirty with all the mischief that goes on, on the train where the Halloween episode takes place. It’s absolutely insane. It is truly like a horror film, and the costumes and makeup, the hair, insane. The amount of manpower that it took to achieve that every day was mind boggling, but it’s a beautiful episode. It’s just like, you look around, you can’t believe there’s a room filled with people dressed like this. It’s awesome,” she shared.
Lindsey added about the trust issue with the four main characters, “She helps them with everything that goes down on the train. And there’s nothing spoken between them, but between her friends and Paige, certainly with Spencer, there’s a moment where it’s solidified that Paige is a good guy which is really kind of cool.”
Torrey DeVitto and Lindsey Shaw arrive at the 2012 Environmental Media Awards held at Warner Brothers Studios on Saturday evening (September 29) in Burbank, Calif.
The Environmental Media Association recognized seven films, television and digital programs for their outstanding contributions to environmental causes and green initiatives in programming and filmmaking. The event also honored Jessica Alba, Kelly Chapman Meyer, Elon Musk and Ian Somerhalder.
The awards were truly a green production: dinnerware was compostable and glassware was reusable; chef stations utilized local, seasonal and organic food and leftover food was donated to the homeless and the hungry through the Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition.
FYI: Torrey wore a lovely Ted Baker dress with a Ted Baker clutch to the awards.