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Glamour: What stood out when you were filming the pilot episode? Mae: Actually my ex-boyfriend Landon Pigg was on one year.Mae: We went to Berkeley, and that's where we kind of met everybody for the first time. I was barely 20 and Sarah was 16 or 17 and here was this kid hanging out with us. He was my boyfriend at the time, and he came on to record because he was a musician. He actually helped me write all the music that I've sung on this show so far. Glamour: Let's talk about the thing on everybody's mind from last season's finale: How on earth did Amber and Ryan have sex in that hospital bed when he could barely move? Glamour: What did you think when you found out Amber was pregnant? I wanted something like this to happen because I want to see her have something in her life that's going to move her forward.If you can communicate that honestly, I feel like the right people will always understand. I see so much wonderful potential in everyone that I meet, and there's always something to learn from. That's kind of a relationship that stays with you forever. Mae: I had fake teeth in because it takes place in one day, and I lost both my front teeth. I had this stupid little accent, and it's really cute and funny. Glamour: If this acting thing doesn't work out, you'd be a great therapist. I never really care, but I'm pretty secretive. Glamour: Since you're in a "great relationship," what's your best relationship advice? As I get older, every time I see a baby, I'm like "Do I want to have a baby with someone? " You get this tense thing of "I've got to lock this." I feel like, for me, for now, it just does not work that way. I think girls are attractive, I think boys are attractive, I think old people are attractive, I think young people are—I appreciate everything and everyone. Glamour: How did your parents know that you were cut out for this business? The famous story is that my mom took me to an audition of hers when I was two and a half or three, and in the waiting room they said, "Hey, she's kind of cute. " My mom was like "Oh no, no," and I was like "Yeah! Husbands and kids enter the picture, and I've had friends drop off the earth, which is so sad. I think anybody who is really present in their relationships and in trying to be the best person they are goes through this, even with their closest friends.A lot of it is acceptance, and not just of other people, but of yourself.We ended up exchanging phone numbers and were like "Hey, whatever happens, we should hang out sometime." When I got the role, she was the first person I texted, even before my parents.
He's incredibly compassionate and smart and funny. That was really special, and I still have it on my bed. Glamour: Whoever it is, I'm going to cry like a baby.I think that's a cool thing about this show in general. Some of the characters smoke weed, [and] it's not an issue. Glamour: You were born in Los Angeles, but your Wikipedia page says you went to high school in Wisconsin. I'm constantly disappointing people that are like "Wisconsin! Glamour: If you were putting together a reel of your best work, what would you put on it and what would you leave out? There's this more natural take on things and not this judgmental tone of whatever is happening. I see him taking off—not to mention he's crazy hot, which is gross 'cause he's like my little brother. By the way, can we talk about your Twitter profile? Glamour: Or be the person that takes care of her cats. In an episode last season, Ray Romano's character joked that the Bravermans are like Starbucks—there's one on every corner. There's such an overwhelming energy when we're all together. She had already been cast, and they were casting the role of Amber next.I remember her in the waiting room before I went in for my network audition, and we got to talking and got along really well.