Whether it’s forcing a foster child to work as her personal assistant or tricking her neighbor James Van Der Beek into thinking the cast of Dawson’s Creek was still open to a reunion, Chloe (Krysten Ritter) is a total b****. But this week’s episode may take things to a whole new level when Chloe persuades June (Dreama Walker) to come with her to her parents’ house for the holiday — in a wheelchair.
“In order to have a successful family thanksgiving, she makes June get into a wheelchair, and hilarity ensues,” Ritter told Celebuzz. “It’s so ridiculous and wrong. I laughed so hard when I saw it… It’s so funny.”
So why does Chloe hate Thanksgiving so much? “She thinks it’s a fake holiday, where everyone is pretending to like each other, and they think it’s OK to wear Uggs,” Ritter explained. “It’s against everything she stands for.”
With June’s help, Chloe pulls off one of her most elaborate schemes to date, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be some holiday family drama.
“She and her mother do not get along,” said Ritter. “Chloe is horrible to her mother… She loves her dad. She’s such a daddy’s girl, so it’s kind of twisted and bizarre. And June and her dad had a fling, so there’s some major awkwardness there, but because June is going to be in a wheelchair, it levels the playing field with my mom, and they bond over their wheels.”
Meanwhile, James volunteers at an exclusive celebrity soup kitchen in order to get a photo opp, but he’s unpleasantly surprised when he gets roped into actually working.
And in case you Don’t Trust the B—- fans are wondering, Ritter, whose character just took over People magazine, approves of the magazine’s pick for Sexiest Man Alive. “That boy can dance!” she said of Channing Tatum’sMagic Mike skills.
Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23 airs Tuesdays at 9:30PM ET on ABC.
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