Who is peter krause dating

27-Oct-2017 10:20

So we're talking about her latest problem and the fact that there's no one out there, and I say, "You know, I've been watching this show I love called , and there's this guy…" and she says, "I know, Peter Krause." And I said, "I think you two would make the greatest couple." She said, "That's all very nice.We worked together years ago and there was some attraction, but he's married." I went, "Oh, OK, that's it!Kelly Bishop: Without Ed…you see, if you had asked me last year, I would have had a different answer.Now if we ever get a movie, it's going to have to weigh heavily on my character and depending on how close to his death that it takes place.I loved his frustration with her and how he was always trying to take care of her and get her to stop drinking so much coffee. And how she was just so girly flirtatious with him when it wasn't really who her character was. She could write some tall stranger with two heads who [Lorelai] fell in love with, and I'd be like, "That makes sense!We'll see—if a movie ever happens, it would be a nice thing to happen. She should totally be with him."Glamour: Do you have any favorite episodes or scenes?We're waiting and waiting and he goes, "Anyone?

Luke and Lorelai, hands down, had a great chemistry.

" [] Also, we were theater people, so we're used to getting called to the stage for curtain and it's time to go or the show will start without you. So Ed and I very often found ourselves sitting across the table, staring at each other, waiting for everyone to get there. Glamour: You shared so much time with Alexis and Lauren too. Kelly: I was always giving Lauren advice on her love life—from experience to advice to opinion. Glamour: She's very happy with Peter Krause now. She doesn't remember this, but a long time ago, we were talking about the latest unworthy person.

There was one day that this just went longer and longer and he looked at me and I looked at him and I said, "Are we assholes or what? She is a very bright woman, and I always thought the guys she was going out with weren't smart enough for her because that's going to bore you after a while! A lot of them weren't that successful, so that always makes the dynamic really awkward.

Glamour: So you want Christopher to be with Lorelai? Kelly: I've got the Tennessee Williams one where I fell apart.

Kelly: I don't know if we could do it now because if the audience is really watching this from the beginning, they already got married—they went to Paris and it was a bust. But I think my shopping, when I went on that crazy shopping trip with the girls and had them all over the mall.

Luke and Lorelai, hands down, had a great chemistry." [] Also, we were theater people, so we're used to getting called to the stage for curtain and it's time to go or the show will start without you. So Ed and I very often found ourselves sitting across the table, staring at each other, waiting for everyone to get there. Glamour: You shared so much time with Alexis and Lauren too. Kelly: I was always giving Lauren advice on her love life—from experience to advice to opinion. Glamour: She's very happy with Peter Krause now. She doesn't remember this, but a long time ago, we were talking about the latest unworthy person.There was one day that this just went longer and longer and he looked at me and I looked at him and I said, "Are we assholes or what? She is a very bright woman, and I always thought the guys she was going out with weren't smart enough for her because that's going to bore you after a while! A lot of them weren't that successful, so that always makes the dynamic really awkward.Glamour: So you want Christopher to be with Lorelai? Kelly: I've got the Tennessee Williams one where I fell apart.Kelly: I don't know if we could do it now because if the audience is really watching this from the beginning, they already got married—they went to Paris and it was a bust. But I think my shopping, when I went on that crazy shopping trip with the girls and had them all over the mall.Glamour: Amy shared some sweet memories of Ed on set. One scene we were doing—he was down the table from me and it was just his coverage, so I think the girls were able to leave and I was just reading to him.