Read on to find out…SEE MORE OF THE TV SHOWS WE'RE OBSESSED WITHHi Wilson, let's get stuck straight in. "Expect a lot more of the fun quirky antics that people loved in the first season. "I would score big points saying my girlfriend."Oh you softie! "She would describe me as a good boyfriend - I'm pretty doting."Wade is a big flirt – are you in real life? Indifferent to my girlfriend, I've toned down my flirting ways but back in the day, sure. Scott (Porter, who plays George) loves his karaoke. "Well, you've fooled us brilliantly with your fake accent in the show - you could get away with playing Matthew Mc Conaughey's younger brother in Magic Mike 2. The fun characters, the romantic tribulations, quirky town events, Bluebell continues soldiering on."Do you want Zoe to end up with Wade, or would you prefer he play the womaniser? I want the best for Wade and I think there's a genuine shot at happiness with Zoe. I'm pretty open emotionally I'm not scared to say it but some dudes, I guess they find it hard to open up emotionally. Those days are behind me now."You film lots of scenes with no shirt on – do you like being a sex symbol? Do you all hang out together when the cameras stop rolling? We've got a really fun, cool cast and we all feel incredibly blessed." What do you like doing when you're not working? I love the beach, hiking, spending time with my girl and my dog Tucker."Finally, you haven't got a southern accent - what's going on?
"It's kind of complicated," Wilson explains, "but it was my first ever job and I didn't know how it worked.
I worked on The OC, but it was a small part, but Rachel and I had actually kissed on the show, years ago, which was funny. As long as she's not a bad kisser — and Rachel's not — for the record, on the books. She specifically requested riding boots, instead of ballet flats, so her character could ride horses and run around the French countryside.
While some may dismiss Belle as delicate, Watson's portrayal sounds far from it.
Wilson Bethel: We're shooting down in Wilmington in North Carolina. I've been having these dinner parties at my house in L. If I were to be doing anything else besides being an actor, I would be a professional charades player. I'm sure your readership will be obsessed with the clothes and like taking notes every episode! And I play, you know, the southern bad boy fisherman who drives around in a kind of muscle car.
I certainly feel very optimistic about it, and the feedback seems to be very strong. 17: Wait, now who's the best charades player in the cast? Not to pat my own back, but I'm literally, I'm kind of unstoppable. WB: To be fair to my castmates, I've had plenty of practice. I'm so good at breaking stuff down into syllables and sounds. She's a great person for it, especially because she has so much of that fashionista, stylish image that I think it works well within the context. WB: Yeah, it's one of those things with like the love triangle set-up in the first episode. I'm the kind of freewheeling, living to have fun local guy.