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Charisma Carpenter (along with Angel himself, obviously) Cordelia Chase became a fascinating, layered character over the years we got to spend with her.
Chelsea recently stopped by Buzz Feed New York to give us an inside look into her world, on set and off — everything from crazy moments while filming to what her AIM screen name was back in the day.1. I'm definitely more of a guy's girl — it's drama-free (laughs) and I have a couple great girlfriends — but I think I relate to my character Riley in the sense that I would prefer to hangout with a group of guys, so I think you can be friends. There were a couple pranks we played on set once in a while. So, Derek won last year, which made me extremely upset because I am a huge perfectionist. CK: Um, it's usually probably something from Jean-Luc, because we forget we're mic'd. And then they picked us up in a helicopter on top of the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood and flew us all over the city. And we shot the show in North Carolina, and it's really fun. I think the worst ever — do you remember the TV show American Dreams? Why did I pick my fifth-grade screen name to represent me professionally? So, I like finding cool, one-of-a-kind pieces like that.
Have you ever fallen for a best friend or been involved in a ~love triangle~ like your character on Baby Daddy? I don't think I've ever been caught up in a real love triangle, but yeah I think for me it comes from a place of, I'm a very protective person and I'm very, I don't want to say shy, but I tend to fall for people once I've been around them for a minute because I trust them and I'm willing to let them into my world a little more, so I can definitely say I've fallen for a friend.2. I traveled Europe with Jean-Luc and we slept in hostels together and pulled it off so, yeah, I think it's a possibility.3. For example, there's a scene this season where Tahj and I are in a hot tub, and we're supposed to duck under the water and come up and deliver the lines, and when we were under the water our director cleared the entire set. They'll turn the mics down in between takes when we're getting notes, but sometimes we'll misjudge when the mics have come on [and are] live again for the audience, so, they've heard a couple things they probably should not have (laughs).5. CK: The funniest person in the world is Melissa Peterman. CK: We all are very close, we've all been going out to dinner every night here in New York. When you were on Dancing With the Stars, did you ever freak out or forget choreography right before you went on? I like getting to see other places for work, so to live in North Carolina for a couple months was fun. I got an audition, so I dress up in this whole, like, '60s look and learned an old song and had on the whole outfit. But I'm also a big Urban Outfitters girl, and Forever 21 — I don't think labels make fashion.
S.," they had to learn all of this karate, and looking back on it, I have the greatest videos of them like rolling around, practicing their karate on the sound stage. We don't get to see each other as often as I'd like, but yeah, Nick has come to watch a taping of Baby Daddy, and we've gone skiing together.
His desire for harmonious relationships and surroundings is so strong that he avoids personal confrontation or any expression of intense, unpleasant emotions.