Carrie Diaries Identity Crisis Synopsis With AnnaSophia Robb and Austin Butler


With a few episodes left for the first season of The Carrie Diaries lined up, CW is working hard to keep it in the news. This episode is called “Identity Crisis” and it’s title is true to the subject. Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) finds herself in trouble with Larissa and her games when she pretends to be her. It seems like pretending to be someone else might benefit her, but what about all of this drama that Carrie had nothing to do with? Can it be too much for her, making her home life much more simple than it is? Also how is she going to react to Sebastian keeping a secret from her with her own friend? Can all of these new so-called “identities” be worth all of the trouble they cause? You can catch the episode on March 25th, while you can read the official description for the episode below.

THE CARRIE DIARIES — (8:00–9:00 p.m. ET)
“Identity Crisis” (TV-14, DL) (HDTV)

BENDING THE RULES — Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) jumps at the chance to a take on a fabulous new identity as Larissa (Freema Agyeman), but gets more than she bargained for when Larissa’s hijinks catch up with her. After a whirlwind day in Manhattan, Walt (Brendan Dooling) is forced to face the feelings he is desperately trying to hide. Sebastian (Austin Butler) and Maggie (Katie Findlay) agree to keep a secret from Carrie. Mouse (Ellen Wong) takes a page from Donna LaDonna’s (Chloe Bridges) playbook. Meanwhile, Tom (Matt Letscher) decides to take a meditation class, but finds himself surprisingly tense after a run-in with another attendee. Jann Turner directed the episode written by Jessica O’Toole and Amy Rardin (#111.)

I am still in surprise over how under hyped this show still remains to be. Yes, I haven’t been the most supportive of the series, nor have I shared why it would be. But due to the immense interest that so many people claimed to have, it only made sense to look into it. Hopefully soon enough we will know more, but right now it looks like we might just have to settle for unknown options made possible like this one for Carrie and her friends.

How did you like the description? Does the series need to be renewed or do you think it was such a lackluster one that they all are better moving onwards> I would love for it to be renewed, but I am going to be honest and say that I am not sure is that is best for the cast. They seem to have a lot of mixed fans out there and due to not so great viewership numbers, it seems like it is on a path to be declined a second chance.

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