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Shiri Interview and “Roswell” mentioning

TV.com Staff Writer Louis Peitzman had a conversation with Shiri Appleby about her show “Life Unexpected” which airs Tuesdays at 9/8 c on The CW. The reporter spoke to Appleby about Cate’s major life changes, Life Unexpected’s growth, and yes—how Liz and Max are faring after all these years.

Make sure to read the full interview on TV.com.


Since we were talking about marriage, I have to ask—and I hope you’ll forgive me for asking a Roswell question—are Max and Liz still happily married?
Oh, you’re so cute. Yes. Wouldn’t it be great to do Liz and Max, 10 years later?

The other day, I mentioned to Liz Tigelaar, “Bring Jason Behr on the show!”

I was going to ask if there was any chance of getting him to guest star.
I would love it. I would love to work with him again. I think it would probably freak Kris [Polaha] out, because maybe I have more chemistry with Jason than I do with him.


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One thought on “Shiri Interview and “Roswell” mentioning

  • Anne Marie

    It would be funny that the Life Unexpected crew went on a trip to Roswell, NM and ran into Jason Behr – an old boyfriend from ten years prior at the UFO museum? It would have good potential for a lot of Roswell Eastereggs especially for us Roswellians.

    On a side note… last season on LifeUnexpected, I forgot which episode it was, but Shiri had a line where she said something like, “I thought you got kidnapped by … terrorists or something.” I was wondering to myself if the line was really “kidnapped by aliens”. There was a slight pause between kidnapped and terrorist (I think it was terrorists) and was wondering if it was really “aliens” instead.

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