Delia, Lindy and Jasmine make new friends with another new dog in this new still from I Didn’t Do It.
In “Dog Date Afternoon!”, Jasmine (Piper Curda) lands a new set of “older” friends when she volunteers at the Senior Center.
Meanwhile, Delia (Sarah Gilman) borrows Lindy’s (Olivia Holt) foster pooch Ralph for a date with Brandon (Jonathon McClendon)and his dog Coco, and winds up bringing the wrong dog back; and Logan (Austin North) and Garrett (Peyton Clark)…well…check out the promo below for that one.
“Dog Date Afternoon!” airs TOMORROW, Sunday, March 22 @9PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
In “The Not-So-Secret Lives of Mosquitoes & Muskrats”, Lindy (Olivia Holt) and her friends become outcast when their fellow Muskrats learn Lindy went on a date with a student (Michael Grant) from their arch rival Mikita Mosquitoes.
Meanwhile, Garrett starts to freak out when he realizes he’s the only one of the five who hasn’t experienced a first kiss.
“The Not-So-Secret Lives of Mosquitoes & Muskrats” airs TONIGHT, Sunday, February 22 @9PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
Piper Curda chills out in an open square in this new shot from the new issue of NKD mag.
The 17-year-old actress chatted about working with Disney, I Didn’t Do It, and music. Check it:
On always wanting to be a Disney kid: “In my mind, as a kid, Disney was always my goal. I think every kid wants to be on Disney. Right now, I’m doing exactly what 8-year-old me wanted to do.”
On her journey to Disney: “It did not happen overnight, which is a lot of people’s misconceptions, especially about Disney kids. People think they just auditioned and Disney put them on a show and now they’re here. I auditioned for six Disney shows before this one.”
On Jasmine Kang: ” She has this cool energy and confidence that I don’t have all the time. I like to think I’m sassy, but I would never say certain things because I’m afraid of saying them. It’s really fun to step into that character and act that way because I can’t act that way in real life.”
On music: “I love songwriting. Just having people hear my songs is an exciting prospect for me, but my next goal is to put out an album. I love being able to write what I want to write and do what I want to, and having no one tell me ‘I can’t,’ I try not to get the cliché of singing Disney stars in the way of anything. That assumption is going to come along with anyone on the network who sings. But I let people think what they want to think, hear my music, and judge it for themselves.”