They decide to keep the baby and see if they can make a relationship work.
It's a perfect role for Katie to show off her comedy skills, which barely surface in her day job, playing surgical intern Dr Izzie Stevens in Five's hit US hospital drama Grey's Anatomy.
Nearly twenty years after it first aired on our screens though, we take a look at what Liz, Max, Maria and co are now up to…
But a dedicated, if not small, fanbase, kept it going, sending bottles of Tabasco sauce to TV network bosses (watch the show to get the reference), and even now it remains one of the most loved teen dramas from the early Noughties.
It also touches on issues that Katie cares about."What this movie says to women," explains Katie, "is, “Be more cautious about who you're sleeping with, and watch how much you're drinking.” "My character Allison's career is really important to her.
She's just getting to a place that she's satisfied with when she gets pregnant.
Our kids are around the same age, and of course, I was like, social media is asking me to take a photo of the two of us right now so I handed [husband] Jon [Shook] the [phone] and he took a picture of us."Appleby and Behr spent three seasons playing Liz and Max, a human girl and alien boy in an (sometimes) unrequited romance, and the couple quickly developed a loyal and passionate fanbase (see: the Internet's meltdown over the recent photo). "We just had a really strong connection, there was a ton of chemistry! News chatted with Appleby and Behr's co-stars Brendan Fehr and Nick Wechsler at the ATX TV Festival in 2014, where they both said they didn't think an on-screen revival or reunion was in the cards for the beloved WB and UPN show, which ended in 2002. I don't see it," Wechsler told us on a potential revival, while Fehr said, "I will say no to any kind of movie or anything like that, only because I don't have the imagination to see where that character is." But Fehr did acknowledge that he and the rest of the team felt they were canceled too soon.
, the WB's beloved cult series that ended in 2002 (with a few stains from the thousands of Tabasco sauce bottles being sent to the network in an effort to save it from cancellation)?
And sneaky off-screen canoodles are basically inevitable. What's harder to picture however, is when those off-screen saucy antics are occurring between on-screen relatives.