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Lauren Ash (‘Superstore’): Series finale was ‘such a beautiful ending’ [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW]

“It was like that kiss goodnight,” declares Lauren Ash about the emotional finale of NBC’s sixth and final season of “Superstore.” For our recent webchat, she addds, “It was such a beautiful ending. Getting to see all the characters at that barbecue, I thought was really sweet. Getting to see Dina and Garrett happier than we’ve ever seen them getting to see little bits of Amy and Jonah, so we know they’re together, we know that they’re married, they had a honeymoon, they had another child. I can’t watch it without crying and I’ve watched it probably 30 times. I can’t even really talk about it without crying!” Watch our exclusive video interview above.
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