While Crazy Ex-Girlfriend devoted enough time and a song that is personalized Darryl

They had decided on these storylines, both gave roughly the same answer: It just made sense for the characters when I asked showrunners Jennie Snyder Urman (Jane the Virgin) and Aline Brosh McKenna (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) why.

“I happened to be thinking on how Petra might be astonished and swept off her foot and understand things she didn’t know,” Urman said about herself that. Since Petra has “always utilized intercourse being a commodity in relationships,” her realization it never had before that she might not just admire J.R. but be drawn to her romantically opened up her storyline in a way.

The held that is same for Valencia. “We began to consider what it might appear to be on her to fall in deep love with someone,” said Brosh McKenna, “and someone stated, ‘It might be a lady.’ It felt organic.”

While Crazy Ex-Girlfriend devoted the required time and an individualized track when Darryl arrived on the scene as bisexual earlier (more on him later on), Brosh McKenna emphasized that them perhaps not doing exactly the same for Valencia didn’t suggest they took her sex less really. In fact, she stated, it simply intended these people were considering just exactly just what she as a character would do. Continue reading