I added episode stills of the upcoming two episodes of Partners. Check back soon for the episode 2 caps!
– 2012 – Partners > Season 1 > Episode Stills > 1.03: The Jeter Exception
- 2012 – Partners > Season 1 > Episode Stills > 1.04: The Key
I am slowly adding new stuff to the “Partners” section, Sophia’s new show, which aired September 24th. Captures will be added soon. For now, enjoy 2 new promotional pics.
– 2012 – Partners > Season 1 > Promotional Pics
Sometimes being the odd woman out has its perks.
In the new CBS series Partners, Sophia Bush, 30, plays a jewelry designer named Ali who struggles to whisk her fiancee, Joe (David Krumholtz, 34), away from his overbearing gay best friend, Louis (Michael Urie, 32). Brandon Routh, 32, rounds out the cast as Louis’ boyfriend, Wyatt.
“I love it! I’m very fortunate to be able to create these little families,” Bush told Us Weekly at CBS’ PaleyFest event in Beverly Hills September 6. Plus, “I love the fact that the writers let me play a woman who’s really a woman.”
Even so, it’s not hard for Bush to relate to her character’s plight. “We’ve all been in that situation, especially when two people in a relationship have very busy careers, where you don’t get that much free time. Sometimes you want to be alone with your guy,” she explained. “You don’t want to hang with all the homies!”
Krumholtz said his character is “a people pleaser,” which makes it hard for him to always put his fiancee first. “He wears his heart on his sleeve.”
According to Bush, it’s fun to play Ali because “she’s a real girl — not a ludicrous ideal of perfection. She feels she’s owning the world one day. The next, everything is a disaster. That’s how we all are.”
Routh’s character certainly isn’t perfect. “He’s a former club-hopping alcoholic who’s now a sober vegan nurse. He’s very calm and gentle in the show, and he calms down Louis’ craziness,” the actor told Us. “He’s a little naive, which is fun, because he’s so trusting. Sometimes he doesn’t understand what everybody’s talking about. It’s a blast.”
Sophia is on the cover of the 2012 issue of “Emmy”. I added scans and the cover to the gallery.
With her new television gig “Partners” set to premiere on September 24th, Sophia Bush garnered herself some added media attention by covering the latest issue of EMMY Magazine.
The 30-year-old actress slipped on a black silk sequined cocktail dress by Rafael Cennamo for the Richard Reinsdorf shot front page while dishing about everything from being “kind of” OCD to her upcoming CBS series.
Highlights from Miss Bush’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to EMMY Magazine!
On her OCD ways:
“My closet is color-coordinated by section, and I alphabetize the books on my shelf by author. With some details, I can get very type A. But as much as I am kind of OCD, I’m also a free spirit. I’m a little hippie-dippy. And I’m always looking for a way to mesh the two.”
On being back in Tinseltown:
“I was on location [in North Carolina] for nine years [for One Tree Hill], away from my home, family and friends. The fact that I get to wake up in my own bed and drive to work every day in the city I grew up in feels like a luxury.”
On ‘Partners’ being filmed in front of a live audience:
“Working on a sitcom in front of a live audience is like shooting a stage play. It’s so exciting and scary – in a really good way. I get the same feeling that I get when I go skydiving and I’m inching my way out of the plane.”
On the joy of creating looks for her different roles:
“One of the things I love about working on different sets is creating very specific looks for each character I play. [My character Ali's] fashion sense is very high-end and polished. Everything is very tailored and particular.”
– Magazine Scans > 2012 > Emmy USA (October 2012) +14
Sophia Bush, David Krumholtz, Michael Urie, and Brandon Routh are all smiles on the recently released poster for their upcoming sitcom, Partners! The show follows two lifelong friends, both of whom are architects, who decide to form a partnership.
Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, the creators of the show, recently said they drew inspiration from their own friendship for the show – “What we’re writing is a dynamic. We’ve been friends since we were 14 years old. We’re in a relationship.”
Partners premieres Monday, September 24 at 8:30/7:30c on CBS – don’t miss it!
Thanks to CBS, I was able to show you a first look at the unique set of “Partners”, premiering Monday, September 24th at 8:30/7:30c!