Their trip to Oakland, which Clark describes as “euphoria,” really happened; Darden even remembered saying goodnight to her in the hotel, though with less sexual tension than appears in the episode.
It’s not so hard to imagine that they hooked up and, well aware of the media scrutiny surrounding them, opted to keep it to themselves forever.
) and Denton reveal who was the biggest ladies’ man on set (was it Jesse Metcalfe or Josh Henderson?
) and scenes they shot that were too naughty to air.
She followed this with guest-starring roles on primetime shows such as Who's the Boss? Her dramatic roles include appearances on CSI, Strong Medicine, Profiler and Touched by an Angel.Cross began her television career in 1984 on the soap opera The Edge of Night, playing the recurring role of Liz Correll.Afterwards, she relocated from New York to Los Angeles, and soon landed roles in television movies such as The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James, co-starring with Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson.Regardless of what really happened, Twitter seems to be feeling the Clark-Darden pairing on the show: It makes sense that the two would fall for each other.They had to spend a lot of time together and they were also two of the most hated people in America (in certain circles) throughout the trial. includes references to their real life relationship during the trial — a little sexual tension to counterbalance the racial tensions.