She never really let Brody off the hook, and now they're both single -- and before they know it they go from friends, to friends with benefits.
But Brody isn't looking to settle down, and soon he meets a new girl.
Audrina finds a fresh start and a true shot at happiness when she starts dating her old friend, Ryan Cabrera.
Ryan is everything that Justin isn't -- and he's ready to commit.
Following earlier reports, the show was announced to have been officially cancelled on February 13, 2015, Ground Floor follows Brody (Skylar Astin), a young and successful banker at Remington Trust, who after a one-night stand with Jenny (Briga Heelan) discovers that she works in Maintenance for his building.
From here, they deal with their growing feelings for each other, much to the annoyance of their co-workers, while trying to find a balance between their vastly differing work environments.
The series stars Skylar Astin, Briga Heelan, Rory Scovel and John C.
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The next actors cast in the series were Rene Gube and James Earl, with Gube cast in the role of Threepeat, a money manager; and Earl playing the role of Derrick, a laid-back guy who works with Jennifer on the ground floor.
When Jenny and Mansfield each invite Brody to the same baseball game on his day off, Brody has to make a choice: to sit with Mansfield or his girlfriend.
He was used to getting the occasional black eye, worked as a busboy at the Crab Shack and fell for the most popular girl in school — Marissa Cooper.
Now 38, Mc Kenzie has left Ryan in the past and plays James Gordon in Fox's Gotham.
He also previously had a starring role in the cop drama Southland.