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As a Seddie shipper, my heart is breaking, but as a rational human being, I know Nathan's talking straighup facts.
And even though he doesn't think Freddie should end up with Carly or Sam, he does have a special place in his heart for all things shipping questions, like what that finale kiss between Carly and Freddie meant, what it was like filming those iconic kiss scenes, and whether the gang would be down for a full-blown reunion episode! Maybe it was kind of her saying, 'I’m coming back at some point and then after that we’ll see.’ Like I don't think it was an all-the-sudden realization kiss of ‘Oh my gosh! ’ Like I don't think it was this big dramatic kiss either. "I guess at the time, I was trying not to think too far into it.
"There's a lot of reasons why neither relationship actually makes sense.
Just knowing what I know about real-life relationships and what's important, I don't really see many of those things in either one of those relationships." Actually, he has some pretty solid advice for Freddie Benson.
But besides that, we didn't want to laser in on that being the point of the show.
So we didn’t dedicate a whole lot of time to it besides little things that could have been interpreted one way or the other.
It just played out in the moment like it was because it really was two friends saying goodbye. It was hard, but it made shooting that scene a lot easier because it was really kind of just us playing it how we would have played it. aside from the actual kiss, because we definitely wouldn't have done that in real life.
It sounds depressing, but it’s kind of true."Nathan: "For that one specifically, I really don't remember at all anything where the director came in and said 'I want it to be more this or less this.' From what I remember, they really did kind of back off and let us lay the moment. But the beats and the feeling were all pretty authentic."Nathan: "It was really uncomfortable thinking about your cast mates in that way because we had gotten so close over the years that it was really hard to look at each other from a romantic standpoint — that we had to think of each other that way instead of we’re just a bunch of friends hanging out like we were in real life.
And I think it would have been a bad time for there to be a lot of focus on that.(And BONUS: Nathan weighs in on today's roster of Nickelodeon fan ships.)Nathan: "It could be interpreted so many ways and I think for my own sake, I decided not to interpret it in a specific way because that’s the thing: there’s no explanation and the context doesn’t really lend itself to knowing exactly what it means."If I had to guess, I would say it was more of a friendly thing. I can't even say that because it wasn’t like a friendly little peck. I was in love with you this whole time, but now I’m leaving? It was just two friends reacting how they would react to a major life change that neither was particularly happy about because it was going to take two really good friends away from each other.So I can’t say with any definitive thing that in the script it said that it was romantic or friendly or one way or the other.It would really come down to an outrageously good script.And not only one that I thought was really good, but one that every single person in the cast could get behind. But they just laughed and I'm sure it probably made them uncomfortable to bring up the whole topic again so we didn't pay that much attention to it.