If you're outside these countries, we list the information under the "Region Compatibility" section of the product details. The Secret Life of the American Teenager has been a big hit for ABC Family and helped put the network on the map as far as scripted programming goes after premiering way back in 2008. Actor Daren Kagasoff, who plays hunky lead Ricky Underwood alongside Golden Globe nominated (did I mention “very talented?”) Shailene Woodley and her character Amy Juergens, participated in a recent conference call in which he talked about his experiences doing the show and what viewers can expect for the final 12 episodes! Daren Kagasoff: We would get the episodes probably the night before we would have to shoot and it would take seven days, so I guess getting the dialogue down was one of the most challenging things. Q: We all know that next is Delirium, so if Ricky were dropped into the world of Delirium, would he get the cure?
Q: Are you happy with the way the series ended for you and for what the outcome for Ricky is? Q: Can you talk about what has been your favorite episode from the series that you’ve loved?
Daren: Yes, I know I’ve been asked that question before and I said the day I won valedictorian of my class and I had to learn all these lines, it must have been a nine page monologue, and that was the most challenging because I had to talk to about 200 people that were sitting out in the audience. Q: With the series coming to an end, what do you think you’ll miss most about your time on the show? Daren: Probably everybody that I worked with, the crew, the cast, the producers, everybody, because we were doing it for so long, we shot around, I don’t even know the exact number, I want to say 120-something episodes, so when you’re around these people for so long you form relationships, you form friendships, I mean, that’s what I’m going to miss the most, is just missing my cast and being able to talk and be open with them, because these are your best friends.
Q: Do you have a favorite moment or behind the scenes memory from the series you can share with our readers?
Q: The cast has gone through so many changes in their real lives, how has the show changed you since you started?
Daren: Well, I never knew I wanted to be an actor until maybe six months before I got the job, so it just has taught me you’ve got to work so hard for the things that you want in life, and things don’t come easy.
Q: What’s the hardest part in balancing Ricky’s bad boy past and his role as a father on the show, and how does that affect you and influence your opinions of real life parenting? Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna pregnant with their first child togetherBIG news for Rob Kardashian and fiancee Blac Chyna: they are expecting their first child together! American Idol stars react to Rickey Smith’s death from DUI driver crash on FridayAmerican Idol stars, judges, and producers react to the passing of Season 2 finalist Rickey Smith, who died early Friday morning after a head-on collision with a vehicle going the wrong way on the Interstate. Arthur and the gang fight back when a group called "Parents Against Weird Stories" wants to ban their favorite ghost-story books from the library.
Arthur explains that since he began reading the Scare-Your-Pants-Off Club Books, he could not stop until he was done, relating to others who have felt the same way reading other books. One Saturday morning, Dad makes a stack of waffles for his family for breakfast, but accidentally knocks them into the air when Arthur bumps into him, tying his shoes while hopping. Buster collects signatures with a panicking Arthur walking on a low tightrope over a kiddie pool to get people's attention.
In the end, the outside view of the Elwood City Public Library is a recycled scene from "Locked in the Library!". In one scene, Francine's #5 jacket has black sleeves like the torso part when its sleeves are actually white. Continuly in the scene where the kids watch Muffy's parents on the tv in the shop Muffy's red shirt changes to her regular dress for a second and then in the next shot back to her red dress. In "Buster Hits the Books", Buster claims he's never read any books, yet here, Buster talks about all the Scare!

But the writers were so good at doing their job and writing good scripts, so it actually got easier as the seasons progress. Is there anything you can tease us about the series finale and if many of our questions will get answered? I know everybody wants Amy and Ricky to end up together, and I guess you guys will see if that happens.
We shot a lot of intense scenes, and to wrap up the show the way we did – I’ll never forget it.
They’re definitely coming in and out as far as new relationships that occur this next season. In the beginning, when Secret Life first started Ricky was just a high school kid that didn’t really take any responsibility for his actions, and was just was kind of floating through life. And it was just daunting, and I got through it and I got through it well, and that was probably one of my most memorable scenes. The boys on the show, Greg Finley and Ken Baumann, we all became really close and a lot of times interviewers would come on to the set and they’d go behind the scenes and show them the trailers or the sets. And you can see it through the characters that were on Secret Life, whether certain things that happened in their lives they have to conquer and overcome. He was a bad boy, he will always have that toughness about him, but he was sensitive guy that always wanted to do the right things and he really was looking out for Amy and her best interests and John’s best interest. Francine collects signatures while playing jump rope with Sue Ellen and Prunella turning the rope. Powers's ice cream shop, the letter "I" is shown as a small letter while the rest were all capital letters.
And all of the people that were there that day, you just don’t forget those types of moments, and thankfully I’m going to have that for the rest of my life, so probably the last day of shooting. I can’t really say who, but there’s definitely going to be some familiar faces that you’ve seen from other projects. And ever since he had John with Amy things changed drastically, and I think he made the most positive decisions in his life to put his son first and his girlfriend first priority.
Kenny was most known for always screwing with me during all these interviews, because he’s way more intellectual than I and Greg are, so he would just screw with us in the interviews. And as people, as myself speaking about me, there’s a lot of obstacles in this business and in life in general, so from the show I just got keep your head up high, work hard, be respectful, polite, and good things will come. So looking at it from an outside perspective that’s what I think, say you do get pregnant at a young age, those are the kinds of things that I would expect from the father of the child. Also, there is a link for the GoFundMe page set up to raise money for Rickey’s family, which includes two kids. Then Dad catches him late at night under the blanket reading the book with a flashlight, and turns it off, telling him to go to sleep. Arthur quickly eats both his waffles, then rushes out of the house, telling them he has to get to the library fast to check out the new Scare-Your-Pants-Off Club Book. So I’m very pleased with what the writers did with my character from the beginning to the end.
I couldn’t really tell you what it is, because they’re pretty terrible pranks, but I would be basically blushing throughout the entire interview because I was so embarrassed.
Unfortunately, he sees a long line of kids waiting outside the Elwood City Public Library for the same reason.

As Arthur, Buster, Francine and the Brain lay outside in the yard, Arthur encourages them to take action, saying that they haven't given up before, mentioning situations such as the four of them cleaning the garage so they could go see a movie. I think he’s made a full circle and it was a pleasure to play and hopefully the fans will like to see that. But we start very, very soon, and I’m thrilled to be a part of the cast, and that’s basically all I can say.
He catches up with Buster, the Brain, Francine, Muffy, Sue Ellen and Prunella at the end of the line, saying that they could read some older horror books the library has.
However, Buster was balancing a broom on his nose, and bumps into Arthur, knocking down wooden boards and spilling a jar of paint. Prunella collects signatures at a skating rink, and Sue Ellen collects signatures from joggers. Then the scene cuts to Arthur and his friends all alone in the midst of a spooky scene in front of the library. The door opens, and the scene cuts back to real life, with Miss Turner standing at the door.
Arthur also mentions himself, Francine and the Brain helping Buster in math, where Buster struggled with answers despite the three of them and Pal wearing placards with an equation written out. She announces that "all Scare-Your-Pants-Off Club Books", including the new installment, "have been removed from our shelves until further notice". Arthur, Buster, Francine, the Brain, Sue Ellen and Prunella walk down a street, agreeing to get people to sign a petition to get the Scare-Your-Pants-Off Club Books back.
The scene reverts to the earlier spooky scene, where Arthur and his friends scream in panic, and a ghost-like Miss Turner goes back into the library, slamming the door shut.
Outside the ice cream parlor, Muffy tells Arthur, Buster, Francine and the Brain that they are invited to her big party at Wonderworld. Crosswire on a news interview on TV sets on display at the electronics store across the street: Mrs. Crosswire was never a reader, and goes on to say that the writer works so hard to write books kids like to read, so that they would want to read other books as well. Crosswire states that "kids don't know the harm these books do", and declares that Muffy got nightmares from reading just one book. McWord also proudly states that she is the author of the Scare-Your-Pants-Off Club Books under the pen name E.A.
Excited, Muffy empties her backpack full of her collection of Scare-Your-Pants-Off Club Books so that she can have them autographed. Her parents are surprised that it wasn't the books that gave her nightmares, but rather; Mr. At home, Mom encourages Arthur to do what he thinks is right despite a sacrifice; dressing up as a clown for a children's charity benefit, Dad tells Arthur to not "be afraid to look foolish for something you believe in".
Crosswire agrees to have a Scare-Your-Pants-Off Club Book read to him, so he can see what it's like.

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