"It's hitting us all in different ways," Jane Leeves said. "I think I'm in denial. I think [Valerie Bertinelli] can't stop crying."
"And I'm just trying to enjoy this last ride," Wendie Malick said. "We've all been in this situation before of knowing that the end is coming near, having created this family but this one is a particularly amazing family. There's a kind of sisterhood."
Betty, Jane, Wendie and Valerie's sisterhood helped TV Land make a splash in the world of original programming, while tackling issues of women over 40 face, including sex.
"I'm always telling them though, 'Can I not kiss so many people all the time?'" Valerie said. "I've become a prude. I really have become more and more prudish and I get uncomfortable. It doesn't matter if I like the guy and he's very pleasant."
Betty, who was ill and could not make the ET interview, may be the least prudish of them all. Her co-stars agreed that she delivers the best naughty one-liners and one of her antics still has people talking.
"She still can bring it," Wendie said.
Just because the show is saying farewell after six seasons, doesn't mean the cast has to say goodbye to each other. They've already worked out a plan for keeping in touch.