For the far squickier inversion, see Incestuous Casting.
is one of your fave throwback Disney Channel shows, and even though it ended way back in 2009, one thing has lived on for sure: Casey and Derek shippers!
He is best known for his lead role as Derek in the popular Canadian sitcom Life with Derek.
Seater began acting in the late 1990s and appeared in the short films Night of the Living and The Stone Skipper, and had minor roles in the direct-to-video film Future Fear and the made-for-television films Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Couples, Vanished Without a Trace, On Thin Ice, Dirty Pictures, Cyber Seduction: His Secret Life, the Hanukkah-themed Jenny and the Queen of Light, as well as in episodes of several television series, including The Zack Files.
Actually, Michael admitted that "since actors always want to find subtext in their lines and give fans what they desire," the fan-favorite ship was always in the back of their minds.
So, if you remember thinking there was some romantic subtext to this scene: Ashley can see why people shipped Dasey, pointing out that "Dasey was just like when you simultaneously hate and love someone, since the step-siblings rarely got along, but did prove to be there for one another when it really counted." You know, your classic love/hate relationship.
Regardless of how it happened, they managed to pull off a Relationship Writing Fumble and now the writers are stuck dealing with the consequences.
In minor cases, it will just be popular Fanon, but sometimes you'll have entire fanbases assuming that's what the writer "really" intended.
Apparently, there was a in development (that never ended up happening, sadly) that started out with Dasey in a pretty romantic situation."I can tell you the pilot started with Casey and Derek in bed together …
[but] I'm not gonna tell you the context of it," Michael teased.
Most people, after reading enough fiction, begin to have an idea of how relationships begin to fit together, and can spot a budding romance a mile off.
Sometimes, though, the writers break away from these conceptions and do something entirely unexpected.
But, surely, we had to be imagining that chemistry. Well, MTV sat down with Ashley Leggat and Michael Seater, who played Casey and Derek, and what they had to say about Dasey will either shock you or make you the happiest shipper alive.