It's been several months since Ari Zucker last aired as Days of our Lives' Nicole, and all the fans going through withdrawal can finally breathe a sigh of relief because the actress is back on television this week in the new Lifetime film Web Cam Girls.
All the SFW stuff you see on Orsm now flows daily on to your favourite social network. -Tell your friends, family, colleagues, co-workers and neighbours to check out ORSM-DOT-NET else my friend Ray will crush you like his dreams of a normal life were crushed with his rapid weight gain during his puberty years following deep and persistent molestation by his priest, Father Mc Donald's. Zucker: You know, what's funny is that I actually didn't know that this really happens at first.It wasn't until I got on set that I learned that this was a real issue, which is like, "Wow, could I be any more nave?Are you now thinking like, "What kind of world is my daughter living in?!
" Zucker: Well, what the movie made me was realize was, "Okay, this is what my mom was telling me when I was traveling." Because listen, as soon as I turned eighteen and graduated high school, I took off to Paris. " [Laughs] So she really armed me with knowledge about what happens out there, and as young as I was, [she wanted me to know] that there are things out there that can happen to you. But as scary as it is and direct as it was, it was the right thing for my mom to do.
It falls on the shoulders of Alex's resourceful mother, Rachel (Arianne Zucker), to crack the case, and she enlists Carolyn's drunken father, Scott (Jon Briddell, Secrets and Lies), and gives him a chance at redemption.
In the final endgame, Alex, Rachel, and Scott will put their lives on the line for each other as they race to a desperate showdown with a madman who takes no chances... Web Cam Girls is a pulse-pounding dramatic thriller ripped from today's headlines that will keep both young adults and their parents on the edge of their seats until the very last frame. It's tough to think of anybody getting caught up in something like this or the things that could take a person to a darker side or a bad choice.
For example, she said to make sure that if you go out, pay attention to your drink, because someone can slip something in it, and we'll never see you again -- things like that. So that's something that I say, okay, at the appropriate age, or as my daughter gets older, I am going to be straightforward without scaring her to death about how crazy the Internet can be.
And I just went in to check on her because she's on my computer, and I said, "Hey, what are you watching?
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