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As someone who had wanted to see someone on Katherine’s side, I was so happy when Darcy showed up. And then she builds those ramps and takes Eddie on as a patient for Katherine.
Floriana Lima: It’s a relationship that is like family. You’re always there for one another. We haven’t seen [it for] Darcy yet, but Katherine had her own little friendship going and someone who she could confide in. Darcy really knows Katherine and is there to help her through the hard times and even though she doesn’t love what Eddie has done to Katherine and their marriage, she definitely will do anything for her friend. They’re as close as family and when your family needs you, you’re there.
Everyone has sort of moved past Eddie and Delilah’s affair; even Katherine has accepted that they’re family because of Charlie. But in the last episode, Darcy makes it clear to Gary she hasn’t forgotten. Even though she’ll be professional, how is that going to affect what we see from Darcy and Eddie as he begins PT?
She’s a professional, she powers through. She doesn’t hate Eddie, but she definitely isn’t going to let him off the hook that easy but will listen to him and be there for him as his physical therapist.
Gary seems certain that she’ll warm up to Eddie. Will she? He is her best friend’s husband and boyfriend’s best friend.
Most people do warm up to Eddie, so maybe that’s what Gary’s saying. We’ll see if they end up being friends.
How is Gary and Darcy’s relationship going? It seems like Maggie may have gotten into his head a bit with him going home at the end of the last episode.
Yeah, Darcy’s aware of that. She’s a little, “OK, he’s still fresh out of this intense relationship,” and she’s wary but she’s definitely understanding and will give him some passes here and there. But the relationship is going good so far. It’s funny because she’s very understanding and I personally don’t know if I would be OK in this type of relationship. We see that she’s there to listen, she’s there to understand, and she’s no-nonsense overall about the relationship.
Darcy has to think about the fact that she has a kid, so how does that affect the decisions she makes about her relationship with Gary?
Yeah, she’s keeping it pretty light so far because she does have a kid. I think she’s almost saying to Gary it’s not that serious because she doesn’t totally want to dive in too deeply because of her kid. She’s cautious but really excited about what the relationship is becoming but if it goes anywhere, she’ll eventually have to introduce Gary as the boyfriend to Liam — that’s definitely in the back of her mind — and that would be really difficult.
Darcy says she’s OK with him being friends with his ex, especially if she lives on a different continent. Is that going to remain true? Will we see her confiding in Katherine perhaps?
Yeah, it does remain true. Darcy says what she feels, she’s pretty straightforward, so, yeah, she definitely means you can be friends with your ex, but respect our relationship, that little joke about being on a different continent. … With Katherine, I can’t really tell you. But yeah, you’re going to see how the friendship [with Maggie] does affect the Gary and Darcy relationship.
I’m very interested in seeing Darcy and Maggie without Gary as a buffer. Could the two of them become friends?
I love that possibility. I think that could happen down the line. I think Darcy is really open to that. She doesn’t really hold any weird grudges because she doesn’t really know his group that well, so she’s like, “Yeah, Maggie seems like a nice person. She’s your ex.”
What are Darcy’s thoughts on the friend group? She sort of has an outsider’s perspective, even though she’s becoming part of it, through Katherine and Gary, and now working with Eddie…
She thinks everyone’s really kind and really open. She likes that they have allowed her into their group with open arms. She’s really touched by that and thinks they’re a really sweet group. The Katherine and the Eddie and the Delilah of it all is probably the most confusing to her, but she is keeping an open mind and just being there for her friend and for Gary also. She’s just learning about each member in the group and I think she really does like them. It’s a really good dynamic for her to be joining.
But it’s intense to come into that group with everything going on in their lives.
Yeah, there’s a lot going on, and I don’t think Darcy really knows everything that’s going on. I think right now she knows a little bit about the Rome and Regina baby thing and has some compassion about that. She’s just getting a bird’s-eye view and then diving in as we go episode by episode.
Are we going to see some of Darcy’s professional life now that Eddie’s becoming part of it?
Yeah, we’ll see a bit of that. You’re going to see more of what she’s dealing with as a mom and her PTSD and how that affects her being what she thinks a good mother [should be]. We’re going to see more of what she’s dealing with mentally really. But we will see a bit of her in her professional world also.
Speaking of her PTSD and her past, how are we going to see that unfold? Bits and pieces over episodes?
Yeah, it’s been really cool to see for me to read her story and to see how it’s going to start unfolding and how the audience will also see a bit of Darcy and it’s been truly interesting and fun to play. We’re going to see a lot of why she has panic attacks and why she feels out of control in that area. We’re going to see bits and pieces of what her past was like.
I feel like for any other character, this is where Maggie would come in as a therapist….
Yeah, and Darcy’s really guarded about the PTSD she’s suffering with. She doesn’t tell anybody really about it so to open up to her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend is probably not the first place she would go. But it is interesting that Maggie is a therapist and does kind of hold the key to help Darcy down the line.
give it up for Darcy, aka the only one who’s allowed to speak
[ID: screencaps of a scene from tv show A Million Little Things season 3, episode 2, Darcy saying: Do you know how bad it got for Katherine when she found out he was cheating on her? She wasn’t eating, she wasn’t sleeping. I was the only one who was there for her at the time. And honestly, I don’t understand how she could forgive him. Look, I know that he’s your friend and you want to help him, and you should. I just… I can’t be a part of it.]
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[December 1, 2020]
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Lizzy Greene & Floriana Lima (Lizzy’s Instagram story - November 23, 2020)
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Actress Floriana Lima from SUPERGIRL, ABC’S A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, AND MARVEL’S The Punisher
Q: Why do women like to read fiction so much? Seems like men don’t really read fiction unless they have to for school or work. – S.T.
A: Interesting question. I personally read both fiction and nonfiction. And I do know some men who read both fiction and non. So I guess it’s all relative. But I see why you ask. I am definitely more drawn to a good novel than nonfiction. And my girlfriends and I could probably think of certain novels that played an important role in the formative moments of our lives.
I’m sure there is a perfectly reputable scientific study out there, stating the mind-blowing correlations and differences between the literary preferences of the two sexes. But if you ask me, here’s what I think: women are entertained by the romance of a different, idyllic world that will satisfy their inner visionary. Of course, some men are also entertained by fiction in the same way, but I do think it’s a bit different.
There is something truly unique about the way women take in and process make-believe. It’s a way to escape and explore a story outside of our own, emotionally and intellectually. Like a vacation. We transport ourselves right into the story, in solitude, in the comfort of our own bed, a coffee shop, plane ride, park, or beach—wondering how we would live and behave given the circumstances of a certain historical period or the completely made-up world the author has laid out for us.
We’ll fall deeply in love with certain characters, and absolutely loathe others, while fully investing and dreaming about the scenery. We laugh hard, cry harder, or become strangely furious at the twists and turns— and no two women will see the same world in a book, and we love that. It is our own.
We’ll form book clubs to talk about it and hear our friends’ opinions, diving deeper into the drama of this alternative universe. There really is nothing like a good book for us ladies. So if I could sum it up, I’d say, we love the intimacy and personal journey we get from fiction.
I’m not sure if that answers your question, or just confirms that we do, in fact, really like to read fiction. But maybe now, when you see a woman with her nose buried in her book, you can understand better what’s going on in her head.
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[November 20, 2020]
Floriana Lima’s Instagram story - November 19, 2020
What you’re going to see is a lot of why Darcy is dealing with her panic attacks and what her PTSD stems from. You’re going to see some pretty intense stuff that we’re about to shoot, so I’m looking forward to that. You’re going to see the storyline with her and Gary and how Gary kind of juggles dating someone with a kid and what that means for him, and he reflects on how he grew up. And you’ll see Darcy interact with the rest of the friends. She and Katherine (Grace Park) have a really great dynamic. So you’ll see a lot more of who Darcy is and how she lives. I’m really looking forward to it! There’s a lot of great stuff coming up.
– Floriana Lima
Floriana Lima as Darcy Cooper in A Million Little Things (Episode 301: “hit & run”)