Update: Vulture.com has posted a very wonderful recap of Mae’s acceptance speech:
After giving Graham a big hug, Whitman admitted that she was “crying already” and extolled the genius of Lauren Graham: “When you’re acting with her, I could go in and not have any idea what I was doing and look into her eyes and know that I was going to be taken care of, because she’s truly the most elegant and smart and funny and classy person I know.”
Whitman recalled the scene in the penultimate episode where their characters have a heart-to-heart right before singing Joni Mitchell’s “The Circle Game.” “They let us improvise a lot on Parenthood,” said Whitman. “That was one of the last scenes we shot together after six years of building this relationship with our two characters, and so right before we were about to cut — I added, I looked at her and it just came out — I said, ‘You’re my hero,’ and that really wasn’t a line. That came from Mae Whitman to Lauren Graham: So she’s my idol and my hero.”
Here are some newly released stills from the upcoming episode of The Odd Couple (also known as “The one with Lauren in it”).
The season finale airs this Thursday (May 14), 8:30PM, on CBS
“The Audit Couple” – When the IRS decides to audit Oscar and his ex-wife, Gaby (guest star Lauren Graham), Felix (Thomas Lennon) offers to mediate between the contentious exes and suddenly realizes that he might be the reason Oscar was audited in the first place.
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