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In the next episode of The CW series Roswell, New Mexico, entitled “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” a series of flashbacks to 2008, including some glimpses into the prom, will help to uncover secrets about Rosa’s final day. And while that will provide long sought after answers for her sister, Liz Ortecho (Jeanine Mason), it could also destroy any chance of a romantic future with Max Evans (Nathan Parsons).
During this 1-on-1 phone interview with Collider, actor Nathan Parsons talked about the positive feedback he’s gotten from fans of the show, what it was like to revisit high school for this episode, the fun of exploring prom, the Tess Easter egg, the bond he’s formed with Lily Cowles (“Isobel”) and Michael Vlamis (“Michael”), dancing with Jeanine Mason, having to give up your dreams for family, whether the answers provided in this episode can really be trusted, and what a roller coaster the last four episodes of the season are. Be aware that there are some spoilers discussed.
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Collider: We last spoke before the series premiered, so now that you’ve had a few episodes on the air, which means you’ve had plenty of time to hear from viewers and fans, what are you finding that people are most responding to with the show?
NATHAN PARSONS: There’s been so much positivity towards it. A lot of the comments that I get are about the scenes with Jeanine [Mason] and myself, and how that’s working, and how people are surprised by this new, different Max that we’re all meeting, over the course of the series. It’s been really fun.
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With as deeply as Max loves Liz, how much do you think it hurt him to have her ask him whether he’s the one that killed her sister?
PARSONS: That was brutal. The idea that you could hurt not only...
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