After her sister starts high school, Amy finds how virtually everyone at school carries a secret or an unexpected problem. Portrayed by Shailene Woodley, Amy gets pregnant after a one-night stand at band camp before her freshman year of high school.
At the beginning of the series, she is 15 years old.
The school counselor gives Adrian her high school diploma and also tells her that Omar will be student teaching in the fall. Leo offers Ricky full employment after his graduation; Amy is asked to advise a new student at her school; Anne finally comes out to Mimsy; Ben admits his love for Amy. Lauren and Madison plan to throw Amy and Ricky a wedding party. When Ricky, Jack, and Adrian start their first day of college, Ricky runs into an old friend; Ben learns he is not responsible for the school fire.
Baumgartner did a lot of theater before he found his way to TV, and the same year , then faked his own death.
), which is produced by the creator of 7th Heaven, centers on the consequences of a teenage girl's unexpected pregnancy.
Kathy, a pregnant freshman that Amy has been mentoring, connects with Ricky's dislike foster brother Ethan.
When Amy notices an extremely happy Ricky meeting new friends that she doesn't know at college, she starts to get jealous of his busy and exciting life as a college student, causing a few problems in their relationship.
The whole gang gathers at the hospital waiting to hear news on Jack after he is attacked. Tension runs tight between Amy and Ricky who are questioning their marriage.
The show features a regular cast of characters, which began with eleven people in its first season.
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Many of the cast members were also writers on the show, and by the end of the series, there was a bevy of writer-director-producer-actors sitting in those swivel chairs. In addition to playing games and doing their taxes, many of the cast members were writing behind-the-scenes or character blogs, all while the show was filming. Paul Giamatti, Martin Short, Bob Odenkirk, and Hank Azaria were all considered for the Michael Scott role before Steve Carell was hired, and guest directors on the series included Jason Reitman, J. Abrams, Joss Whedon, Amy Heckerling, actor Bryan Cranston, and the late Harold Ramis.
Let’s catch up on where each of our favorite Dunder Mifflin employees were at the series’ end, and then see what the actors who played them are up to now.
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