Even to some of the most hardcore fans, it might have come as shock to learn that Lenz and Johnasson are actually quite close in real life. “We talk almost every day and our kids play together.” Lenz went on to say that it was friendships like the one she shares with Paul that are the most meaningful thing she took away from her nine years on the show.“It’s hard to condense all the great memories into one thing that is the most meaningful,” she said.“Nine years of my life was playing a guy who was honestly just seeking redemption and to love his family even though he didn’t know how to do it,” he said. Like how not to be a dad.” Thanks to Johansson’s hijinks, the panel took on a zany tone that kept the audience laughing from beginning to end.At one point, he pulled small containers of Spam out of his back pocket and doled them out to fans that asked good questions. @thisisjameslafferty #hubby #alwaysandforever #dontsayinevergaveyouanything #oth #othfans #eyecon A post shared by Bethany Joy Lenz (@joylenz) on #Naley Forever.
"I think the entire fifth season was my favorite because it was the first season that we saw them with [their son] Jamie," the Underground actor tells Us.The singer's song "I Don't Want to Be" was the show's theme song. "Not too long ago, I was in Odon, Indianapolis, and I went into a sports bar, and a couple of people recognized me from ' One Tree Hill.' I took a picture and then, probably, like, five minutes later somebody put on ' I Don't Want to Be' by Gavin De Graw," he adds, laughing."The manager came up to me and was like, ' Sorry, man.' I was like, ' It's fine — at least it's a good song!"I think the thing that blew me away the most was just his natural charisma.The guy can just light up a room without even trying," Lafferty says of Glover.The California native plays Jimmy Adams in the movie, a financier who switches gears and becomes a waiter at a local diner.