"Sam and Freddie did date and it ended horribly," admitted Kress."It was basically an abusive relationship with Sam...
And there is a fine line between being jokingly upset about TV show characters' relationships, and actually projecting anger onto someone deemed "responsible." On the show, Freddie pined after Carly since the pilot, and their entire "more than BFFs" relationship culminated with Carly spontaneously kissing Freddie during one of the last scenes of the finale.Sam and Freddie, however, was something else entirely -- and something that Kress noted might make fans rethink shipping him and his co-star IRL.And even though the show ended a little over three years ago, fans still haven't slowed down with "Creddie" (Carly & Freddie) and "Seddie" (Sam & Freddie) shipping.In fact, fans went into overdrive after learning Kress married girlfriend London Elise Moore on Nov.She screamed bloody murder until Carly ran out of the room.
Good luck trying to bring home a potential wife to her, Freddie. Carly would have realized what a fantastic guy [Freddie] was and how he was the one all along, even though he was right there, and it would have been that kind of textbook sitcom-y situation.
"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.
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.
For example, their honeymoon was cancelled at the last minute so Kress could fly out to New York and film the movie "Breaking Brooklyn." Instead of being angry about plans changing, London looked forward to all the adventures she and her new hubby would experience.
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.