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While Grammer went on to date and later marry James Hesketh in 2011, Foster in 2008, found love in the eyes of That ’70s Show star actress Laura Prepon, who is now known for Orange Is The New Black.Scott seems to like them a bit more mature than he is as Laura was older than him with a 5-year age difference.“It surprised me that we did that so quickly, but what I think is great is that people play the hero and play the villain at multiple different times in their lives.” For Foster, being able to play so many different facets of the character so early in his run has led to musical numbers like the R&B-style “Let’s Have Intercourse,” hip-hop inspired “I Go To The Zoo” and club pop track “Hot Guys Have Problems Too.” The latter, which aired in the ninth episode of Season 3, peels back the notion that those who seemingly have it all on the outside don’t actually have anything more complex going on underneath to explore heartbreak for both Nathaniel and White Josh (David Hull), as well as a “quarter-life crisis” for Josh (Vincent Rodriguez III).These problems may not be as flashy or even long-term as some of the other issues explored on the show, but that lighter nature lent to more comedic commentary.
The ultimate ‘ship is Rebecca and herself,” Foster says. We have a bit of a cliffhanger this season, and I don’t know what happens, but he’s grown so much and become such a better person than he was before he met Rebecca, I think by the time this is all wrapped up, as long as he’s happy and healed in his relationship with his parents and knows what he wants out of life, those are the questions you always want a character to answer.” In true ensemble form, even with Rebecca now off on her own journey of self-discovery and self-care, the other characters are being showcased in individual stories tackling their own problems.
Three years after her break up from Foster, People reported in October 2016 that she was engaged to Ben Foster.
The news came as a shock to the media who was unaware of an existing relationship between them.
“Sometimes you get a character and it’s that same character for six seasons and you never change, but this character, in a season and a half, has grown a lot!
And that’s what I like about the show — that anyone in Rebecca’s orbit ends up growing and changing and becoming someone new,” says Foster.