If you’re reading this, I’m assuming you’ve watched the Faking It season 3 premiere, “It’s All Good.” (If not, you shouldn’t be reading this!) The episode title is dripping with irony, because things are definitely not all good between Karma and Amy. Turns out a summer apart has put a lot of distance between them. Now I know that there’s a lot of Karmy ‘shippers out there who probably want to kill me. Why can’t Amy and Karma be a couple?! At least let them be best friends! It may seem cruel for them to be estranged, but it’s the most realistic scenario for two people who’ve been through what they’ve been through.
Each season I invite the actors to join us in the writer’s room to discuss their characters. After all, they’re the ones who bring them to life, and they often have instincts that we haven’t considered in the writer’s room.
Rita Volk was excited for Amy. She was finally taking action to move past her feelings for Karma. Rita was adamant that Amy shouldn’t have to apologize for taking care of herself.
Katie Stevens was sad for Karma. True, she kissed Amy in the pool in episode 219, but she was drunk! Besides, she apologized and wanted to work through it. Amy was going to skip town without saying good-bye.
Both had valid arguments. There’s no way around the issues between them, our only choice is to go through them. Strap yourselves in — as Shane says in the next episode: “Fights between best friends turn ugly quick.” Enjoy the ride, I promise it’ll be over before you know it.
Some other fun facts about “It’s All Good” include:
And coming up on season 3 of Faking It… There are so many fun twists and turns ahead, including these:
If that’s not enough to get you excited, then I’ll leave you with this. It’s next week’s title card! You get to see it first! Thanks so much for supporting our show!
Faking It airs Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m. ET on MTV.