You Me Her - Interview with Rachel Blanchard & Priscilla Faia


TV’s first polyromantic comedy is back for season four on AT&T AUDIENCE Network. What began as an impulsive date between suburban husband Jack (Greg Poehler) and neophyte escort Izzy (Faia) spins into a whirlwind three-way affair that includes Jack’s wife Emma (Blanchard). Over a span of 10 days, their arrangement becomes something else entirely: A real romance with real stakes involving real people.

The third season of You Me Her heavily revolves around the polyamorous relationship that develops between a married couple, Jack Trakarsky (Greg Poehler) and Emma Trakarsky (Rachel Blanchard), and an escort, Isabelle "Izzy" Silva (Priscilla Faia).

To make things more complicated, Emma found out that she is pregnant with Jack's child. While excitement for the baby grows, so do the tensions among trio as they constantly argued about where to raise the baby and if the former should take the management job at the firm back in Seattle.


All the drama came to an end with Emma screwing up her interview for the said management job. Instead of being sad about, the incident made her realize what she wanted - she wanted to continue her relationship with Jack and Izzy. Hence, the trio took part in a commitment ceremony in a pizza joint in front of their family and friends.

Now, the upcoming You Me Her Season 4 picks up with Emma, Jack, and Izzy settling back in after the surprise poly commitment ceremony. The trio also eyes life in the suburbs and test-rents the Helen Wilberg house in suburban Hawthorne Heights, where their unique relationship will surely raise everyone's eyebrows.


Toronto’s own Rachel Blanchard is best known for playing the part of Cher Horowitz on the television series Clueless. She also played Roxanne on the TV series 7th Heaven and has had recurring roles in the British sitcom Peep Show, HBO’s Flight of the Conchords and FX’s crime series Fargo.


Canadian actress and writer Priscilla Faia is best known for her roles in Rookie Blue and Method. Faia was named as an Emmy® contender by Gold Derby’s Tom O’Neil in the Los Angeles Times’ “Critics Picks.” Additionally, she was nominated for a 2016 UBCP/ACTRA Award for Best Actress and Best Actress in a Dramatic Series in 2017.

I spoke with Rachel and Priscilla via satellite from Los Angeles about You, Me, Her and what’s instore for Season 4.