In an interview with TV Insider, the stars of “Good Girls” shared the biggest crimes they have committed in real life. Most of the stars gave answers that were strangely consistent with their characters on the show.
Mae Whitman was the first to respond, saying, “heart-breaking,” and laughing.
It turns out Retta technically did rob a grocery store, just like Ruby, Beth, and Annie do on “Good Girls.” However, what she took was much less serious than what they take on the show. Retta said, “I mean, I stole a crossword puzzle when I was ten from the grocery store.”
Christina Hendricks added, “I stole some sunglasses in high school.” Whitman was still hesitant to admit to any real crimes. She interjected, “I’ve done, like, protesting, I guess,” and Hendricks snapped back, “She’s just trying to make herself sound better.” Finally, Whitman said, “And drugs! Whoo!” then danced and laughed again. “Okay? So you can keep your crossword-stealing.”
In an interview with King 5 News, Matthew Lillard admitted that his repeated crime is “I will spit my gum out, and I will do it anywhere.” Reno Wilson, who plays Stan Hill, the “Good Girls” character that fans agree is a national treasure, did not admit to any crimes at all and scoffed at Lillard about the gum.
Lastly, Manny Montana, who plays Rio, probably the biggest criminal of all the main characters on “Good Girls,” said he has never committed a crime in real life. However, “Mentally, yes, I’m always committing crimes. Whenever I’m in a bank, I’m like, ‘how am I gonna rob this bank?'”