Her last name isn't nearly as hard to pronounce as it seems. People have told me to change it over the years, but my dad is always saying, ' Never change your name!
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"I mean, there's nothing wrong with being single for a while, but you're 31, Spence," she explained as she began clearing the table. Starting a family."Who the hell did this woman think she was? Thoughts of the future tended to have this effect."Leave him alone," Socko ordered, patting his friend on the back. He looked to Socko for help, but his friend was too busy cleaning his plate and watching a commercial for a used car company."And why is that? A man would have to be a sociopath not to have a soft spot in his heart for his baby sister. "Socko nodded, still distracted by his food and the television.
She couldn't handle seeing him spoon-fed salsa by Carly while he pretended to be a baby. "Now, listen, Spencer: I know a lot of girls, and I am going to find you a nice one.""A blind date? Thank God for that."Just tell me what you're looking for in a girl," Mary continued. Availability was the quality he had valued most in the past. Someone who was young at heart like he was, someone who never took herself too seriously. Carly was an important part of his life – the early thirties.""Right. We should be talking about women.""Uh, yes, I suppose.""So, what do you want her to look like? Her head was somewhere down by his knees but her back was against his stomach and his arms were wrapped around her waist, probably the only thing keeping her from falling forward off the tiny sofa and onto the floor. "Sounds like a legitimate concern."She crossed her arms, unamused. "Spencer sat up, but had to bring the far-too-precariously balanced Carly with him.
A girl that couldn't handle that just wasn't the girl for him. " Spencer groaned."As many blind dates as it takes. " Spencer asked."He doesn't like seeing you lonely," Mary replied, smiling affectionately at Socko."I never said that," Socko intervened, though he made no further effort to stem the flow of the conversation."Blind dates aren't so bad, Spence. Someone funny and smart…but not so smart that she wouldn't enjoy his company or share his interests. " Mary thought it was sweet that Spencer hadn't started talking about looks from the start. Lighter skin." He held up his forearm and examined it in the overhead light. She moaned softly as he pulled her up into his lap, but her eyes did not open."Why can't you just stay here?
A year later, Jennette admitted that they "butted heads at times but in a very sisterly way."At the same time, a tragic event in Jennette's personal life made her year even more difficult: during filming, her mother passed away after a long battle with cancer.
"Six days after my mom died I went back to work," she told . , where she plays the pregnant teenage daughter of a minister in a post-apocalyptic world where a mysterious disease has killed everyone over the age of 21.
If you've noticed, the main stars of i Carly haven't been wearing the Penny-Tees in recent episodes. You'll have to ask them.• The idea for Freddie's new giant phone came straight from the i Carly writers room.