The Relationship Drama Is Always Juicy
There are a few pairs that the show's fans are obsessed with, and this season, two of them are definitely getting together. After a will-they-won't-they in season one, Mike (Tveit) and Paige (Serinda Swan) will be together this year. How it happens, however, will remain a mystery, and they'll try to keep it undercover at first. "She’s sort of the ballbuster in the relationship, and you see a lot more of that like, 'Hey, hey come on now, you better be my boyfriend or not. We’re going to figure this out,'" Swan explained. "Paige is a tough cookie and she needs a man, so you see that ebb and flow in the first few episodes." Tveit added that he's interested to see the Ross-and-Rachel aspect of it all — how the rest of the house will be affected and how dynamics will shift once they're together.
They're not the only ones getting action this season, though, as Charlie (Ferlito) and Briggs (Sunjata) get back together, too. "Their love life is kind of put out into the forefront a little bit, or at least the fact that they are rekindling," Sunjata revealed, noting that their relationship takes a surprising direction midway through the season. This may have to do with how "Charlie’s really messed up from last season in a mental and emotional way," according to Ferlito. As Briggs lies to her about his true identity, she feels more guilty and their relationship becomes complicated.
On a happier note, we're going to see a love interest or two for both Jakes (Brandon Jay McLaren) and Johnny (Manny Montana). "One of the love interests is directly involved with his personal [struggles] or becomes involved with it. The other one is going to be a slow burn," McLaren teased. Montana only hinted that he'll "get some action" in some "love situations."
Source: USA Network