Nathaniel, who makes his debut this Friday (The CW, 9/8c) in the second of two all-new episodes, enters Rebecca’s orbit when his dad’s prestigious L. law firm buys a stake in Whitefeather & Associates — which makes him Rebecca’s new boss.
They didn’t reveal why they ended their relationship.
I bought a bike, and I've been riding for like a year and a half, and I love it. And I asked them, I was like, "I learned how to ride a bike. I got to the end of that and said "I'm not doing this anymore" and moved to LA and landed a job. That was the game of choice for the Kappa Taus, so we got pretty good. If there is a specialty cocktail I enjoy, it's the Moscow mule. We went all the way to writing a script and selling it to Comedy Central.
About March of last year, I decided I wanted to learn how to ride a motorcycle, so I took classes here in LA. He did a great job in , and it's inspiring what a transformation he's made from where he was in Parks and Recreation to looking like a Cross Fit guy now. Nah, I only went to college for one semester, community college outside of Dallas. Laura and I were together at the time, and my actual neighbor, Jaime Jorn, and I, we lived in an apartment complex, and we would meet up in the middle of the driveway and have these really funny conversations, which is what it was all based on.
And he wants to run that place like a really tight ship.” But that doesn’t mean Rebecca’s not still interested in him, star Rachel Bloom adds: “He kind of treats her like garbage, which is what she’s attracted to.” That attraction doesn’t go both ways, though… “[Rebecca] thinks, ‘Oh, we must have some banter going, because I’m a cute girl and you’re a cute guy,'” Mc Kenna says.
“But right away, he says to her, ‘I’m not interested in you.'” Nathaniel’s more interested in cutting the dead weight at Whitefeather and immediately threatens layoffs, which puts Rebecca’s fellow employees on edge. Honestly, I was trying to be really selective this year about what I wanted to do.