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“We’re enjoying him right now, but if somebody showed up, I wouldn’t be upset about it,” Strickland shares. He was walking before nine months, and he’s been running ever since.
(Thursdays at 10/9c), I was using words such as “shrill” and “steely” to describe Dr. “Who would have thought this would have been where Charlotte would go? “There were a few times [in early seasons] where Charlotte would get these glimmers [of softness] and Shonda would be like, ‘Nope, make her tough.’ And I was like, ‘Why is she doing that? ” Ask Ausiello: Scoop on and the Arrival of Sam’s Sister, How It Affects Addison Not that Charlotte still doesn’t have her own opinions – including her initial instinct that Mason should know how grave his mother’s condition is.
“I’ve never appreciated my body more, or being a woman more, personally,” she says.
It’s so fun, we sit there and we’re like, ‘Big boy! He can speak a little Japanese, a little French.” All of which is a precociousness that keeps the actress and her husband on their verbal toes. “So we have to be very careful these days with our language.For Ka Dee Strickland, becoming a mother meant more than welcoming her son Atticus into the world — it also meant impossibly falling deeper in love with her husband, Jason Behr.“He’s a unicorn, he’s out of this world,” she told PEOPLE while attending The John Varvatos 12th Annual Stuart House Benefit in West Hollywood on Sunday.Charlotte King, who at the time was but the chief of staff at St. ” Ka Dee Strickland muses as she surveys her current storyline, in which Charlotte is helping husband Cooper (played by Paul Adelstein) deal with the life-threatening illness of his newly discovered son’s baby mama, Erica (A. There’s got to be some reason.'” In retrospect, the actress deduces that show boss Shonda Rhimes “didn’t want to start in that direction until there was a real impetus – and we’ve had that impetus in the last two years,” starting with Charlotte’s rape. “It puts me in a really interesting position, because while I have great compassion for [Erica], by the same token I am equally protective of this little boy,” Strickland says in character.“But I love that we’re exploring how you break that news to a child, because it’s something that so many people go through, and there’s no right way to do it.
Shonda and the writers have done an absolutely wonderful job of keeping me on my toes with the triplet storyline.