But, don’t think Kress isn’t appreciative of the fans’ loyalty to a show that hasn’t made a new episode since 2012. Seddie fan wars have] still continued, which is crazy — and I love that," Kress noted.
"Obviously, that means that we made something people, even years after the fact with no new content, they still love." If you're wondering what Freddie would be up to now, Kress has some ideas.
We look for it at parties, on the subway, on dating apps, and — if you are a “6’ 4” passionate businessman” named Nate — on a site you created for yourself called Should You Date Don’t much care about sports, music, or TV (although I’m amassing a list of shows to devour marathon-style like Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, etc.) Have nary a presence on Facebook and hardly ever visit You Tube or Twitter or Instagram or whatever the latest popular social networking site is And … I abhor the stuff 95% of the population obsesses over! No women who drink and smoke too much, women who don’t exercise, women who watch too much TV, women who party too much, women who dislike rampant free-market capitalism, and, finally, women who “sneer at spirituality.” Now that we’ve gotten all those super chill requirements out of the way, here’s what does fit the bill: My idea of a perfect woman is someone who is intelligent, healthy, happy, ambitious, spiritual, and has a good sense of humor.
Remember how she reacted when she caught Freddie and Carly kissing?
She screamed bloody murder until Carly ran out of the room.
But one thing is for certain: Kress ended up with London Elise Moore, and he couldn't be happier.
Love is part of the human condition, and so is the search for it.
We jokingly told Kress his wife was a keeper for willingly ditching her honeymoon, and he completely agreed.
In fact, the way he gushed about London was so heartwarming and genuine, it made us want everyone demanding for "Creddie" or "Seddie" to happen IRL to take a step back and look at the bigger picture: Kress is happy, and Freddie Benson is not a real person.Sam and Freddie, however, was something else entirely -- and something that Kress noted might make fans rethink shipping him and his co-star IRL."Sam and Freddie did date and it ended horribly," admitted Kress."Sometimes people have a little bit of trouble separating reality from a television show," Kress told MTV News when we sat down with the actor in our offices late last week.And in fact, after Kress and Moore announced their wedding, both of their instagrams were flooded with comments more about Kress' fictional relationships, than his real one.The last time we saw Freddie, he guest-starred on a special episode of "Sam & Cat," traveling all the way from Seattle to Los Angeles after believing Sam was injured in an accident.