Ali Larter shot to fame playing Darcy Sears in 1999's "Varsity Blues." Who could forget that whipped cream bikini? One "Watch What Happens: Live" caller certainly recalled her in the film, as Larter was asked if she kept in touch with any of the cast from her breakout performance.
“Oh my gosh. I talk to Amy Smart all the time. She’s still one of my best, best friends," Larter said. "Absolutely, we see James [Van Der Beek], Josh Jackson -- I mean, friends from ‘Dawson’s Creek.’ Yeah, so many people in my life!” Yeah, she took a weird turn from the cast of "Varsity Blues" to the cast of "Dawson's Creek," but she did have a guest appearance on that show with Jackson. So, it still makes sense.
Andy Cohen jumped on this as an opportunity to hit Larter up with a "Varsity Blues" edition of his favorite game: Shag, Marry, Kill. Her choices were between James Van Der Beek, Scott Caan and Paul Walker.
“I’m gonna shag Paul," Larter decided. "I’m going to marry Scott." But she didn't answer the third one. After asking who was left, which was James, she then asked, "What was left for him?”
“Kill," Cohen told her.
“There it is.”
While she's still active on-screen, Larter is expanding her brand. The former "Heroes" star recently released a cookbook, "Kitchen Revelry." It's described as an entertaining guidebook inspired by her life as a working mom.
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