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Episode 951 - Kristen Bell

2018-09-17 | 🔗

Kristen Bell had an experience as a guest on WTF that not many others get to enjoy: Marc made her a meal beforehand. So with a full stomach, Kristen and Marc talk about why Dax Shepard is pushing her to have an ecstasy party, why does she have a hard time remembering things, and why she began singing opera at a young age. There's also some talk about her beloved projects like Veronica Mars, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Frozen, and The Good Place. This episode is sponsored by YouTube Music, the Around the NFL Podcast, Starbucks Doubleshot, and Fahrenheit 11/9.

This is an unofficial transcript meant for reference. Accuracy is not guaranteed.
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let's do the show all right let's do this how are you what the fuckers is what the fuck bodies what the baxter's what the fuck nix what's happening man this is my pike s w f welcome to it as a weakened ok today i will be i'm recording this the day before me today i'll be at the amis because as the show i'm in or on is it i'm in glow is nominated for best comedy betty gilpin for best supporting accurate so we're all going we're doing the thing i've never been and i don't want you know out by the way kristen bow is on the show today and we it's been a while ago do we take it mood we say tape do we record we recorded allow go but damn she's her green and ever vestment so able it'll be swell i'll ok
this kind of interesting day she got a bad before i introduce or but job the amis i went out last night i went to a party a netflix emmy party a toast ted surrendered the guy who runs things over netflix has already nominees and shows over to his house and they build some whatever staging area for a party out in the back yard i went to a last year but it's always astounds me really about me is how continually starstruck i am and i do not necessarily see myself as a full member of this community theirs pardon me that still sees myself as i am a guide lacking in his garage granted its new garage it's a nicer garage and i have to thank showbiz is by really the podcast for that for the most part and for all
it really if we track and all the way back but i i get to this party i'm dressed up i bought a suit not the black suit that i'll be wearing today the enemies but the egg planty purple suit that i got down the dead bloomingdale's men's department that's that's how i schools what am i gonna go pay a million dollars for two suits i gotta bloomingdale's say where you got what's new you go about this imperial armani get up i'll get you i can i can help you with the suit assured and tie and we'll just knock out will you then over there and why the tower can wait it's great that's great with seven minutes from my house terrific no problem but i liked to suit but i got then the first thing i noticed that the apparently that's the conflict that apparently that the color this year the sort of plum egg planty purple thing for fellows there were no less than five other guys not work same suit but a similar color suit i'm what were my pretty wild my panther will baggy now because of the diet i've been on but so i spent a lot of time
hike in my pants up and talk in my shirt back in but that's a hearing he's from grounded that keeps her grounded vat and parking on the street sarah i drove in my car and a guy there are a little early kind beat the rush of limos and they so we can go and yet we depart on the street and was great not to wait for your car for people these perhaps a luxury problems but i'm trying to get you have to stay with my life at this particular time jerk as many of you have been with me a long time so we were walking into the party and who was walking down the street is well who must apart on a street diane keaton carol came said hi them i know care of him four bigley is movie she's very nice was happy for me says she said i'd never met diane keaton before i met heard that was very exciting so i get into the party again the party and i'm to insist as swirl there the glow girls at your howison jackie's air betty was raising car we show up sit down
oh brittany bread alike i think europe mama gimme some of them most of them were there but the point is i was happy to see our member denham wandered around in any start looking around you i call you fuck there's norman where i know norman worship goes out and normal ears norman we're gonna remember me horses you know where we know we spent a lot of time together we spent almost two hours to ours today but i've seen him a couple of times so i held off on going up to normal design you we'd be around and now just kept looking around and then i m just starting i can't keep focus because i get starstruck jeffrey right mike i love that guy i think he's a genius actor and i too it took me a half hour of circling wandering around before i could just step in and meet the guy and i didn't know what to say to him go of your work your great unease i like your energy idea what i don't see any idea who i am but that's all right but i that's all i said that there was a big deal is too to me to be jeffrey right and there's other people there that we like i see and we always shit that guy that you know and i go meet them and i feel like an idiot
and in the announced i just i still have that that element i was so nervous i couldn't even for an hour i just couldn't i can figure out a way to just one captain jody foster and introduce myself i just couldn't do it i did go to one guy with the same suited me and so i guess i think i think we should acknowledge that as you know were wearing the same cities like oh yeah i guess so and product what's yours and you know it department store line bloomingdale's yeah that's that that's who i am the guy walks up the driveway moors bloomingdale soup net tina faye for the first time for the first time in that that took me ten minutes nick all had i like you i say i use means unified likely i'm just a guy off the street which i was i walked up the driveway in might uncomfortable shoes and but i am not calling myself some sort
working class euro anything but the point being i asked face to face face to face i said diana keaton we come on my show she said no what am i gonna talk about fine in effect would you would you we interview you can check i interviewed imam around but we try to get her before sarah had again three i saw i met is the second time i met her i said i'd really like to have my show i gave her my number she didn't over the phone number bad now maybe eight whatever she wrote down my number in a book and she was would yourself away he's been on the show so i'm gonna try to i try ok i'm wandering around and i can't help myself the eye i literally say that almost immediately like how can we come over to my house in wait let's do the podcast it's the first thing i think to say with before saying hi sometimes so we'll see what happens will see if i if tina faye happens if hannah gatsby happens i dont think diane kittens gonna happen i should ask her ok what kind of fuckin rude bastard emma carol keynes great
she's hilarious reminds me a family but so i wandered around did not talk to jody foster as we establish began i finally saw jason circus in the cross we're standing there during the toast laszlo jones was ere she dropped her drink and i walked up and i said i have to ask you to leave and you know it like she turned before she saw who was an she like he was gonna be a problem but then she saw me in laughter ahead off because it was funny moment as i do nick hung out with them a bit had some laughs and i'll tell you norman also there because he's producing the enemies today and am i fuck it in do you see how my buddy lorn gonna go up to lorn like we're pals fifty other thing i i summa familiarity sometime that dumb i bring a lifetime of fans
to certain things are or obsession or whatever it is like i'd have you michael douglas in here the other day he is ill beyond soon by literally day before yesterday or the day after i interviewed michael douglas i seem at this party and unlike my buddy michael douglas understand don't say hi to michael douglas because we're pals i walk up to my mind i gotta go see what you mean does why you know a good parties you know a good place is no me i was the guy wintermute him you know i cannot but we just had a long hours i know a lot about you i can't can we just hang out early i didn't say that i said ok man cool good sr one good but dear lord michael's were there did feel more familiar with that and walked up to my son warn you say hello you and unlike fine you produce in the saying goes yup emily the show together yet no in his two days report and bathing and bigger dr ever done it before he said thirty years ago my colleague
if israel be dancing yes we'll dancing and we both laughed and i walked away that was the end of the conversation game you a pat on the back and somehow or other i was a tremendous success in my fuckin little life but do so i guess that's what i'm reporting too nervous to introduce myself to jody foster i soon too much familiarity with michael douglas nervously met jeffrey right right too like out of the gate ask diane keaton tina fain hannah gets me to do the podcast and i had some good laughs with amendments some crawl sob all the glow people and in some fans were there you know from other areas of show business did talked a norman layer forbid hats and laughs and then nasser and i got out we got out got out got home took the shoes off a healthy dinner the up that's
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indignities of being a woman on audible it comes out tomorrow september eighteenth and it's free if you do a thirty day trial another thing i noticed any ways about going to these events is that there is no there's no doubt i imagine i think there is and i assume that the people who listener no mere or whatever who have been with me throughout this journey there is no doubt that this is i time whatever that means this is this is my window of opportunity this is when i get to do the work they have done so hard all my life get too in the last few years anyways i think a lot of you have noticed that but but the other thing i realise when i go to these events like those emmy parties that my generation most of those people at their breaks and they have had their careers in a way i mean many of them are still working one where the other by they had their time they
it there there's an arc to a generally it's nice if everybody work steadily and i am many of them are made their money or or of found their place in the in the business and their established i guess it is what i'm trying to say most the people they start out with i mean yo dave cross janine grovel o caroline ray you david tao yeah louie john stewart the generation of people that where my peers have been enjoying these parties decade or more ago it's very odd thing i noticed it that that like a lot of cats and i know from that i see around that better doing work now i got i mention crawl immense lucas there at least ten years younger than me at least and i just as looking around there's no one here from my crew because yet i had to watch them become famous but it was
i did not i join with my class i guess i point i spent a lot more years in undergrad or something but dad but it his nose did that i consider myself peers and equal yoke is i added such great laughs with them is it in and add nick i just i love cinnamon i just i don't think about it ever but i'm like an old man for fuck's sake you know it it's it's not a lonely theo you just something i noticed my time is now it but most of the people that i start out with her time was at least ten years ago at least while it was got an interesting realization i might care here comes r r r funny uncle he's dead friend right man we're sponsor today by starbucks double shot
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convenience store yes people kristen bow though of charming funny talented kristen about she exudes charisma but it was where it was wild because he was coming over here and at that time in dax i with the right sensors i ain't no he had yet we worked it out there is at she would dac than i did his podcasting christa how to get kristen we made an agreement we bartered he said he would get kristen do it i don't have that was the reason she did but when she can over she got here early because she had to do a call i remember exactly what it was now but i do remember who says she just came over she had to do us meeting and i was actually you can do it here and she was starving and i was like if some left overs i've some kalen some tofu and maybe some kumar brown riser stuff his egg is acknowledged stuck out exactly what i and others and it fell were i swear to you in this not in an appropriate way no disrespect dax by
for about an hour evaluate the christian and i were living together and we had been for a long time so i got an over the lack of boundaries or just a comfort level or just who she is and who i am but i would like to make some lunch you know do you gotta do i'll just go in the other room and take care of myself few do your meeting you know and i'll go out on the porch and then fiji summer kale and stuff go out the garage and talk in a register a comfort element to it that was a bit while who talked about our days do before we ve got on the mike's and am i my god are we best friends haven't talked to her since have not talked her since that day but it was it was it was a fine day and night and i did notice the the comfort of again does not inappropriate i feel like where we must be friends from for centuries ago but tat but it worked you know i'm glad i had what she wanted to eat launch these workers
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as is well my birthday it's my birthday you can catch up on seasons one in two right now of the good place that's on netflix where we think it is right there oh right easy right but tat this is very lovely chat is the special day in my mind yes it was me and christian bell talking to each other for you to enjoy now you wouldn't be much whom gunman group argues for the mike you my dad i'm gonna be chewing in nicaragua because i just eight and it's delicious had nicaragua is really it's a bit of the men but it's not commit you know they have commits here these are the
because my husband's real picking the commits given gas they these are the ones from canada there called thrive and nato give you gas gun gives him gas with a gun it's him gas but also d the commit lozenges something bout the bonding agent gives you known it is the same as that was in blow take one of the mandatory sore recalls one of the tools that these two cut coke with which why you dragging out get the tutsi the boy
really i don't i've never done cook come i could open up i mean that syria here you know we're gonna play this game you know what the unfortunate but as i have one of those face i feel it i would maybe wanna do it once before i die but i'm have that kind of a face and personality that if i met a party no one brings it out early autumn britain that around crises arise yeah you just bounce off the walls would be insane dax tells me that i would love it really wants to have i've never done ecstasy either i think i might have done at once isn't sonic sober conversations at the shop about how well know we tat very openly about drugs and alcohol even though we know one only lights maybe we should just once no he wants to all of our friends are kind of straight edge sort of goody goody emanates have wine and beer and whisky but he wants to have it sissy party with all our friends he wants to have everyone get a babe like an overnight baby sitter run that we trust but all the kids together to our house check your key
is and then have one of his buddies there and just give everybody really good ecstasy and have us all you know written break each other's hair or something would the yap attacking who knows what that guy i mean hare brained seems like the least of it he loves everything to care more passion so who knows where to go or probably maybe all hook up i doubt and in that they will become a week we thing in them known without going thing john no were all very none of us are really other than dax none of us are interested in drugs but he just feels you shouldn't leave earth without trying ecstasy or mushrooms i think i might have done ecstasy once when i was in college i went to a dave matthews ban cancer and our friends had it but i am like ninety percent show was a tiktok oh there's all issues i have with that story there now tell me no i don't but here s what to say do take issue with anything it sets a pleasure
the dead matthews man what is anything more now enjoy yourself just a passing fair was in it was a phase for everyone i mean it was in nineteen i may now mister i'm i'm fifty four i think i somehow just give a shit the age thing while i was a real sexy thing when i was in high school in college and it was like in college it was like starting to become this thou job like ah in high school i love this band and has also veto he's a great musician that's what everyone says you register working with the music i do a whole bit about it than its publicly i'm sure it's great that it's ok i mean i just quickly say don't like the matthews i don't understand why anyone likes him and i am asking you to explain that i know if i could
nice for what is it like you go and it's a thing anyone jigs around and dances and all day stadium it's as if it reductive i think in the way of explaining right home is a year you d reducing the experience a little bit but you know in high school he was he was played on the radio alight and in high school years later than one of the sun from crashing to you ok you're escaping your parents and you're getting your first car and what's on the radio feels significant in an independent way you and then you carry that through to call where is right when he came to play madison square garden room no eight that tik tok and went to dave matthew but you feel anything if you spend a lot of time going like is working well i couldn't tell if it was just that i was enjoying a dave matthews ban cancer but i also have a hair a bull memory i cannot stress this enough so i could have expired and you would not to see on that that's what access but i might but i did like someone tell me
take a shower and i took a shower and it was a nice shower maybe that was in i am not talking about it in the right tone if it was root cause you would you like that shower i mean i can explain it but it was like i felt that the water all over i can but i would have to remember that experience in order to decide the unforgettable but that's how it like a lot of things in my life are we then vacations full vacations dax and i have taken where dont remember really let go you are we went to that's ski place and am i did we and he's like pulls up pictures on his phone and i have genuinely no connections why do you think that is while i have no i have not figured it out yet i have worried at times that may be something is broken in my brain and am i drive early all timers but then it was explained to me that someone with earlier settles emory when they go to the mall a normal person forgets where they park their car announced at all times
her person forgets but that they came to them i dont that but lord i work there they hardier do you work too much because that's what i i think i can remember because i'm operating at such as b i get so many things going and then what do relax it just gets law ask me i gotta go i can remember stuff because that part my brain is always fill your onto something there i don't feel like i work in that thick dictionary definition of it because i i i do have a lot of my fingers and a lot of projects and i have a lot of work but i also and ferry territorial about me family time with my kids but i also work hard like a mom was always the ardent urine and toto when i'm at home so i think it's that i have too much things and also you know their worst host to be living in groups of like a hundred and fifteen people and that's how many names you can remember and that's how many like tribal that's what your brain is is key
but the rumour yeah i heard it i am peoria responsibly living and gruesome yeah and in that list is so interesting because in that scenario you someone in in in that one fifteen is gonna be the best bike writer the best baker the best mother i just have to accept that no we're all gonna have a vast open up to some optimism we're all gonna have something that's the best everyone's invested something but in those groups but now that we're all connected and there's billions of people we see on the internet we have no we can't do anything but compare ourselves and go like i'm not the best buy rider of nuts the man who does drugs and rights of like really well armstrong was pleased them spike writer you have it i mean a billion these groups of hundred fifteen i would assume that aid in within a tribe have their team and then restart camp with other represents a hundred and fifteen zero that's it that's a very male thing to save we of course know english within their noble i'm saying like why wouldn't like why why
would it be bad there why would you judge yourself again plants armstrong well that's i am saying is our brains aren't actually capable of it were our groups are too big now it's why i can't remember anyone's name and i just saw my own servants enable you used to say nice to see you joe nice to meet you hence in as a weird laugh he does today since the best person i know i know he tells me about when he doesn't know people they come up to me he's he's got so many key little things like that work with him all right i am but wait now it's i think we got away from something and i think it was like you were ok so your husband is sort of quietly campaigning to do as i see it with your friends here maybe he doesn't want to do ecstasy he wants us to experience ecstasy he's gonna be like the the jar right
guy yeah the guy server got to make sure everybody feels safe and comfortable unknown as a problem but he feels that you shouldn't leave earth without having tried mushrooms are ecstasy and he can say that as a completely sobering visual cause i mean i know about you but like he'd we have a problem with any one else partaking anything provided that within reason that we are not acting like a complete smugglers he's fine if people do things he likes drugs and alcohol he just is aware that he lost his privilege with them because he can't handle at his brain does not have the chemistry to hand only ireland also right i understand that i feel the same way if someone wants to smoke around me five yeah i do i dive do not indulge drunk people well any more i can't i'm not sober and i would agree drunk people can take you it's just annoying when you're in a different reality than someone else
particularly if you're in a partnership were like someone's drawn can the other person sober you're now experiencing two different reality is right the shoe yeah although a but i like my very pen quite a bit and i smoke around my husband and it doesn't seem to bother him nicotine but we know we'd area doesn't bother not about how much do it so i use the web weed i we rule i know what weeds my drug of choice for sure but like but for me just got to like if i smoking weed so easy someone why not just do it near a few times a day will but see that's the differ between you and me i'm not an act so i dont ever think i'll do this five times a day you do when you wake up now i don't i i don't ever while further like what's the point then i if you listen i live one of you i know i know your reasoning i care i don't have the same reasoning i can't do it around my kids which is a phenomenal amount of hours each week and then good night when you just you like ones
week if i'm just exhausted and were about to sit down and watch sixty minutes why not do of a once a week sheriff sixty minutes don't you judge me marin judge my life i've a wonderful i know tat we re united if laughing at me if i was going to rape once a week before something i'm not sure would be sixty men will we watch sick well that was the only judgment there ok i guess but the law the other shows like i really really want to pay attention to like i'm not gonna do it when i'm watching game a thrones off freak out right or people lie news and interviews that are relevant to our culture sometimes it makes you now everybody a little bit more interesting for sugar make the medicine goddamn yeah right that but ok talk about a million it's a night i'm happy were doing this on yeah because we we use you came over your hungry i made you lunch you made me an excellent blunt it was so funny cause you i get that tax for me right i am on my way you house from starving i'm i mean
it means i'm on my way and i'm starving and what else could it one way or another in my brain was where are we going to lunch am i making what should the modem i highly those to handle i guess i was waiting to see our friendship unfolds what would you do with that information if well i said i don't have food boardroom gonna town then i wouldn't refrigerator and and i said i'll go to tread of jos and then refrigerator anna had tofu left over and steam care and cauliflower and i said have other stuff and i make no put some came on and then and it was at that cost is lying to train jos and i got you ricardo and can i tell you i'm i'm quite impressed because i didn't know if you would take that seriously and just maybe hand me a bag of almonds like i had expected that i could have gone through that but you really impressed me because when i came in you had a nice place setting you
some tofu they were all in organised containers you had some esteemed avocado hale you gave me some briggs do know our gap guy although it was delicious was up time and hopefully not the last that you make me lunch you i was yet then your washing dishes and we're just talking ass likely though together for an hour it's great i love that i love ass i do tellers exciting but let's go let's go back to like where do you come from detroit really took me a minute yeah the tripe but like outsider detroit in detroit you miles north of detroit while eight mile everyone can reference eight mile now because of the movie i grew up on ten mile in ten years so not where they were prostitutes on the street or gunfire but that this sort of g asked north supper above so when you are like an ice cold you drive into where the badness was sometimes here too to do what timid where their clubs look now
when i never really club de la i did a lot of musical theatre so i wasn't i wasn't term cool hamburger family well my parents got divorce they're married for seven years than they got divorced when i was six months maybe i was a bit of an afterthought yeah and then they were i'm sure they were planning their divorce before i came along and then my foot other married my stepmom who had two older sister so from year on i knew them as my sister's so they are my sister's although i have my dad's family with two sisters and then my mom whose remarried now and has other step children but i don't really know corolla your dad's knew i had two sisters earth they she had two daughters my dad's new wife brought two sisters in so we're not blood related there were high daughters through daughter sorry that turkey can feel you ve got a bunch of steps yeah and you're the only one of your parents foreheads cracked her in nobody so you were so young when they were divorced that you don't have to do
and then that emotional upheaval never knew them together couldn't imagine so you just had a lot of family around yes and it's weird because talking about you know coming from a broken home i never felt like facts never had the non broken home to compare it to but my parents never said a word about the other ever he added ass day had wrought and i just looked that like more people that loved me i just had a plus it was kind of great to be honest it was fucking great and high why because i pros out my dad's my sisters were annoying or i was upset with my parents and i would just get my car and drive to my moms and then when sicker my mom i tried to my dad's cause they never enforced they had like a court shared costs here i never ever enforced at their right let me choose where i wanted to be so by the how old were you when you everyone get remarried was a europe was at my phone i think there's eta hovering around because i work ally and am very professional so but the adds nothing to a kind of ending
vietnam doesn't aggressive whether those interests in town and is at half time i often often be prepared to get down and you know feel for assent what do you think she's a beard was smooth with running right down your toes here what how when did everyone you re married the my dad got re married i guess about within a year and a half and then my mom got re married and was married for my mom's on a fourth marriage fourth or fifth for think she got married and was married went for five years and then had a long relationship for three they never got married and then got married again for six years and now you know it again yeah we'll be right for years and that she might have been the one the one in the divorce originally i i don't know i don't know look you know people grow and people have a lot of different issues you now
sure that's very sets a native format it yeah passively if my mom and you got your honor yeah we haven't you we have had had a lot of turbulence in the past has were very very different people in the way that see the world but were very similar in the way we handle things and that is a explosive combination really but like jets general serve understanding things like what's the difference in world view well she's very religious and i'm not one which kind of christianity and christian morning she is it's hard for her to digest we don't i don't really like to talk about it a lot because when i'm talking about it all and feeling about is that i'm disappointing my mother which is an awful feeling sunlight less does not talk about it also she lives in michigan and there is a different bubble out there than there is in california well i'm a lot more open about very taboo subjects
or in germany in general and i think that is just different to her but when you become born again i mean i guess i think it's boring and i don't really know where their conversion kind of thing like was she found jesus again he asked kind of we were like i guess presbytery i waited until a presbyterian sadder camp me i was growing up in royal michigan and then when i was high school i was sent to a catholic high school because the public high school i would have gone to was like had a lot of at the time and she was very nervous but that so she sent me to a cat high school but it's not that it's not like that but now he there like a devout cannot my brother one together then it is like you whatever you wear a uniform but she really sort of found her love of jesus is through ruth i think in my region when i left she was always a little worried about me in new york in just you know things
come late or to certain people of certain religions the idea of gay being okay and all these things come at a slower pace and it has given his heart if at all yes and she's she's cool now she's not she's not crazy or prejudiced but there are you know still certain things we disagree on that i just prefer not to talk about with her now yeah you know like one like lino like not hearing it means so much trouble like not i think she was i dont know this but from my perspective i believe she was upset that we didn't baptize our kids but from my perspective i was like let me tell you something my child is not wolden cook going to heaven or having an after life based on the fact that some man pours water over her head that not good defence of echo of that
like i said i don't really like to talk about it my cheek separated it it's just a different it works well for her she loves jesus she has a lot of pictures of jesus in our house not a smiling she really likes it when he smiling nor did she you have the in one's hanging around that like shrines now because of right or is it no christoffersen fixes sure i oh yeah but also there is that there is a use for jesus thing she was really into four hours she wore a jewish star really i'm not here to laugh at my mama left no ray i'm no definitely not located i just i find it interesting seekers now it's like arranged to it that you know that there is a fundamental oh jesus saying but there's some reading room that use for jesus or the wrathful allows took some of that yeah you know she it's a guide in her last year it is a guide it is a true north at something that makes her feel very safe and very loved and it is of an idea of a practised behaviour that that is good for her i do
i'm not in need of that same thing i feel like i have a pretty good for a good barometer of good and bad in and how my conduct should be towards other people sure yeah good and bad in and how my conduct should be towards other people sure yeah yeah it's not in doesn't involve prejudice or exclusion or were malignant judgment yad idea when i don't have any problem with and also very like i've started invented my own true north of our really in that i have two there's two sides there's happiness and suffering in which one gets you close to happiness closer to happiness at for everyone like in one more will what intervene a decision over any decision what's get what gets you closer to happiness so like in the in terms of our ecstasy party you know some people would say drugs are bad
to me that's very close minded because if you have a group of people that are all adults that just wanna try ecstasy once and have like a fun night together i feel it that's march more towards happiness than it is suffering so what's the problem well there's no problem there for me though right away like i think like how many people were talking here how like time how tightly or some of them wrapped what if one of somebody reveal something breaks down in a weird way or that it was an awkward experience that's why dax it be there sure sure to rain it must and most of us are married but you are however we all know each very well what we do we sleep at each other's houses allied married couples can we if over our friends asses why they most buyers it fires either i'm in german exceeds a driving ban but it's also a kid thing you can't hang out till i midnight playing games and then you ve got to worry about a sitter unlike yeah
and so we will go to our friends like ryan and amy's house would like another couple when we all bring our kids and between the six of us i think there's like ten kid so we just let them run and around and ruin the housing and we get into a corner and you know play settlers of catana or play some fun look i'll play code names and will see there is no doubt that sounds pretty close to hundred and fifteen by your me it's a just air you're talkin yeah two four six eight to forty six ten to the annex alive and then put them will sleep there and then i highly recommend this for parents that feel like they ve lost their social life we sleep over we'll just grab a couch or of that room and then in the morning we all would make up wake up and make waffles and go turkish runs out for burgers or something and then we go home at like six p m the next night and that's the whole weekend that's like a big form you fucking awesome i like it you see that
live in your own right now you're dead is he like what's he do i added a new director he's here is still a new structure in sacramento right now he was very i've a wonderful father he's very i get my sense of humor from him he's very funny he is very present grows on air talent now no i used to be used to work in radio because he has one of those deep voice is about how well oh yeah and he's already on the radio w debbie j in detroit asking what people nome with you popular yeah he's a very popular news director because he was like the guy they have a short shelf life news factors mean as though we brought in to read amp a station and then you know like make it look modern and get me everything and then i'll go to another one hears like that guy's worked in saint louis in austin in phoenix in all over then that's what he's still the yes in the broadcast community he's kind of vessel have you do talk to him about the the
state of media yes i sometimes i find it really terrible article or some awesome fake news i send it to him and i say this is your fault that is here is rather that usually with some sort of comedy he's never he's gonna kill our sense of humour it's great unease like he comes down here and hangs out here he was this year to last weekend indexes parents around here first cut yes taxes sister lives here his brother lives in oregon his father died about five years ago and then his mother lives in oregon as well and she is currently hospice sing is that a word his steps which will be a sort of any day now he sang a prostate cancer my god damn i'm sorry i don't mean to be a downer but it's just the truth but were prepared as a family it's been years and
coming and they really are two or three years inspiring if he's been fighting for a while we have all sort of made peace with it and we ve talked where kids about it in they know that purpose gonna die in fact yet a couple is you go in the car as the first one for them yes yeah a couple days ago in the car my eldest daughter said will delta i'll be around when we bury papa and i said yeah you guys war will go up to or again and we have called the funeral and there's a cascade and sometimes it open it you'll see puppets audience you won't be in it but he'll be in a very honest with that media and he said okay so we'll be there when you bury him do i need to my gardening stuff i have a shovel where do we do at the side of the house and it was so practical and i was likes i was i mean icelander my briggs i was laughing so hard but i was also so proud of you group that thing yes he was like well one of our own as going i
as we all participate like her frontal lobe was firing about how to handle this and i love that was so one for their own that i'm here with loss necessarily but just now article and i'm sure that's a phase we does have an experience tat night asked her yeah what how do we get this body out of the house do you see any heard of you in that oh yeah oh yeah big time although i again like i grew up because it was more a religious like i was given up like a lot of different ex not excuses but different sort of fantasy is about what happens after you die we really dont know you in the area that conversation removal he's going to heaven is gonna wait no we haven't said that to them never that's where you and that's what yeah yeah yeah and you'll see him again and all these things that i feel like an as apparent
in my life what i want to give to my kids is really the science of it in the end the the critical thinking of it so she asked before when she was for she said i'm gonna die and dac snivel lost our bread for a minute we were like this is the moment this is the moment we start to spin the fantasy of something else do we do it or can we brave this water and just say yeah yeah we all die that's what happens before a hundred years you don't need to worry about it and we said that and she cried for about ten seconds and then she went where my pop patrol toys and it was like not a thing and i think that's you know four years ago we all of us exactly what everyone does with their death awareness is it some level either briar if you and it's like what but what i do i followed but i think that like you know a hundred years ago we lived in studio apartments together you saw you know your parents had sex in the bed next you your ear when grandma
and she was in the house we saw all these things and now they're taboo cause we separated them don't talk about death don't talk about sex i just i think the healthiest way to live and i don't think it's the healthiest way to re as a child i think giving them the tools to understand that certain things happen at a young age and we're not morbid about it eminem won't talk about death but she asked we tell her i wondering i guess you're telling me i don't have kids i wonder what the in you really believe it what is the point of of generating their imagination i got well god is can t carry you gonna go to heaven you're gonna see how your friend redemption you don't want to do so but your child because there is a part of your child that's a mini you ma am you wanna make them feel safe at all times you don't ever want to have to tell them the whole cold hard truth when the euro again not one single so resilient like they ve asked about sex before and says well there's a penis nurse vagina there's an ovum and there's ejaculate and there like connive some juice here you know they're just off of it
on care free it's an interest that want to come back around plunging erdogan compact resilient well there's going be some re explaining over the line sex is wonderful i want my kids have sex i want them to have good healthy positive happy wild sex yeah wow that's that's a lot oh i'd whichever anybody that's good idea what when started do when did you start doing theatre stuff acting when i was well i said singing when i was little when i i still think levin addressed can you still saying well i can still saying yes yeah well i did at this level frozen where i sang yeah i guess i'm teasing no i i liked so being from a very early age and i was always very petite i was too small to play sports or be any good at it and i started singing like opera stuff when i was like
thirteen italian yep really mattered classes or something i did and i competed in so low and ensemble competitions which are these sort of national competitions that you know nerds do why our support and and i discovered musical theater i loved it and i would really like the theatre cause all these misfits gathered together in dissipated in something that was bigger than them in here fun and then i started doing like local commercials and i was in high school and i applied early admission to go to and why you cause i knew new york was the only place i wanted to be and then i went to years there too and a half years and then left cause i booked abroad we sure why uncle commercials where's your dad in town ended with that through not very supportive he wasn't not supportive but he did not he he how do i set
he never discouraged maybe certainly didn't encourage me because he makes cut throat descent ends and looks at two new anchors and says will this one's prettier than the other i have to hire this one or this one's easy noting here may i sent for you why you did not want that rejection level for my life he sort of state out of it he he heard me out and he supported me as much as he could while taking a sort of seat to my it was really me has even my mom didn't dry that i drove that i was like i wanna be any commercials i want to act i wanna tell stories i wanna saying let me go to new york get seventeen and and you won t i did anyone to taste for a couple years with definitional programmer beat had enough he just we'll know cause i booked a broadway show that sort of like how is it not better than class that's what i thought i look at what i love that degree yes but you know i tried to get legal work steady programme while i was in it in the four so i would not agree would it be he had her archer yeah i would
libya say yeah that's fine arts so you don't have i do not know now i am degree less while one well but yeah avian honorary once in a while i would i would like one but the unfortunately one of the ways to earn it and why you is alex seventy percent or greater something is participation so i'd to go back and pretend to be a tree with a bunch of eighteen year olds i wanted to i'm not not as interested in that anymore i mean like maybe i could now you ve a great tree he thinks i'm sure anyway so what the broadway show though when i left for you the advice because of tom sawyer really yeah the short lived music but neither landers the minsk off if you know so's words mean those people now with a needle enters the production company the minsk off is that they had the biggest broadway theodotus thirty five they had high hopes for yes families
would come here and they didn't but nothing survive the theatre the show that replaced ass was the lion king which is the only thing that theatres kind of cursed unless you have a really really big ip so theater was the thing for me i and then in that's really where he started out on you did more plays an i cited a couple out of place in new york once i do the crucible early in the oven and laura lenny heavy i did refer madness such for i was over nine eleven that zella rough are you guys doing they were in tack on nine eleven yellow together allegiance stuff the show really i mean i can't even get cancer did not cancelled we ran fur about two months to in about five people that was really running a musical refund the old movie yes it was a musical version of the old movie goddess poking fun at people who were scared of marijuana and
i did show at the kennedys i did some regional the kennedy center we did some time and wrap like repertory redo six officials in a row and then i moved out to california because i don't know cause i'd nothing better to do than i was doing theatre in the river contagion you're doing while at theater and and somebody said eurasia goethe do it he had addition for this now i well andy fishermen who directed reefer madness and also directed this moving called you again he was the one that said you need to come out to los angeles and i'm very much helio person i need like my tribe around me and he said if you come to i was set out i'm scared i don't i don't know anyone out there it is done any tv in new york i did i did a small role as andy richter's daughter in pooty tang wound louis the ep hygiene where's tab ever but it was like one scene
so where does movie in the world tat way i get the story of movies crazy as i live for in them here so that that was your first found my first film and then andy said if move out to allay we will be your family and because a lot of people who did refer madness christian campbell and they were all from los angeles and they were and i moved out here with two of my girlfriends jennifer carpenter who i did the crucible with who lives on dexter forever in and this girl aerial ash who had gone to college with whose now has a big design firm in new york that's gorgeous called ashley andrew and when did alright everyone it will we were hungry we were hungry girls will shared an apartment we for a while we like because aerial had hedda turned it s an owl and so he was gonna live at chris catana housewarming wasn't there and are jennifer and i just lived in the pool house at his house without telling him the three of us really in his house one
they were doing ass an hour i he never knew and then yeah we sheridan apartment for awhile and we all do started getting jobs i came out here and did a show on male rose called snow which was musical comedy loosely based on flowers in the attic and then i did david mammon movie called spartan and then our common error that movie i was the president's daughter they like shaved my head and i got taken overseas and treated barber equally i gotta remember i gotta watch out again later when we can't you want these not feel good about no i feel great about it i'm just saying i locked in a minority yeah i'm coming interested about that i just interviewed merit did you ask me definitely he's he's got his way he's a savant i mean he isn't easy sort of viable genius but he's also eccentric together that the i like him i know is greater
i like the way rights i do i didn't really get into his movies too much because i did for it taken to task about how he sees thing and how he teaches us incredibly spam if it but i i dont like favour one i myself puke up your beautiful lunch but i don't save one acting too meek over the other but i think they all have helped full ways to get you to be sincere on camera on stage and i think his which ones are doing is i was helpful it's very practical yeah i but i'm a very technical actor but you study the atlantic i studied his way i studied mehmet and as i do i wasn't in the atlantic later company in new york they have a section and ensure you but you know that still adler which is all imagination and sees it as their yeah at strasbourg itself ever know within and why you pockets ya in all of those places it was through and why you but island in a study group called cap twenty
one which was primarily music based but they studied stanislaus key in mammon adler and encourage you to study all the yen they say pick what works for you i don't think there's one way to do it some people dont know how act at all and they're fucking brilliant and you don't want to tell them how to act are already doing you know what about what have you really both but i believe that's true yeah just from my own experience but also there are some act is that your challenge thousand with characters enter the afar above and beyond anything that they could necessarily relate to and that takes a different level of craft yeah that's why you want a toolbox with all those tools because maybe what david mammoth
it is something more practical is gonna work for you maybe meissner is minors alone where you sit in you to say hello hello hello each other back and forth sure then until you find something maybe that's gonna work may be idlers can work i think you just have to have a toolbox to know all of them and then pick what works for as you can do serious funding i can try will my first job ever out here was a guess star on the shield the early at its high with reckless ah what i was a girl that was captured by a gang and then raped and then tattooed on the base wasn't as funny as it sounds so where do you should do i'm like a spin off that again they're just i character a sick come with you and then i did the first season of dead wood that a lot of us really dramatic i didn't find a comedy until after i did what i remember remember i do i do
do i got labour member office and you're the comedy girl before that you weren't you get a well i guess you do when you explain it like them marker guess who do remember it's i'm serious i like i knew you around before but lately was life saving sir oil with sarah marshall diver gangs him forget forgetting of saving sarah marshall to war movie the eyes right very romantic ending bite like then europe this comedy person yeah well i had always done more serious stuff and i love serious stuff i gotta lotta i had a lot of emotions like to get them out through care doctors and then when i booked sir i think i i'm a writer person here in my real personalities more bubbly and then that started to become what i lead within additions and then this sort of looking comedies fell into common
but that the other one the the veronica frank my show that hugely popular nurturing yeah cause i think there is like i think in one of them like i don't remember what was destroyed have test my producer we're there is a marked marin poster or somewhere oh there might have been they were very pop culture reference see throughout our show yeah oh there wasn't a catastrophe and like i remember like i can't remember what it was but somebody said like you're your picture your poster something in advertisement for everything with four air america by it zalm it might have been in your in your room will be cut yeah because our rob thomas created that show and our writers were always very in the no and anti eu and into everything so go i wasn't doing podcasting from now he knows everything now but anyways that show kind of
john amelia yeah and we see that as you do three but it was like one has called chose yeah yeah it was rabid rabid rapid fans wall you know it was a really well written character raw rob you know they say you right in your alter ego and his altered goes a sixteen year old disgruntled teenager but you know i think just is very reliable and it was here they used this sort of film luar lands to show how this girl got through high school in and also how she was smarter every one else even though she'd been rejected and it has made you wanna route for her and it was really fun to play and the jokes were really good there it was really funny and it spoke to a lot of outcome since high school which even if you talk to the popular kids in high school they still felt like outcast so it gained notoriety but it was also always on the cusp of being cancelled always network was while the first
it was on european here remember at her and then it went to the sea w and that absorbed japan and that was that yeah we did three seasons where it is to get the ratings are what you didn't actually that after the first season it was on the bubble and the fans saved at every season we have a rabid a me seeing fan base we call them marshmallows cause there's a line from the part pie that where veronica whose really tough says you know what they say veronica mars she's a marshmallow and we the marshmallows had the first season i think they sent in mars bars like a physical mars as to the european offices i mean by the thousands while and then the second is someone had even gotten an airplane to fly over the sea w office saying save veronica mars and the third season they would always come up with these kitty ways to save the show there was an episode where i wrote on a dollar bill veronica mars
is smarter than me and then i hid it for my nemesis defined and i said wait read it what does it say in and he had to say out loud veronica mars's smarter than me and all offences ten dollar bills to the seat of eu saying veronica mars's smarter than me enemy thousands and thousands of people and do they still there are you in touch with them all of the thousands of yahoo but each one individually in my heart i am today approaches still yeah oh yeah i still here when whenever i am recognized yeah people say veronica is really got through high spry and it's a great feeling of it we got some confirmation that there was a poster of your first c d in iraq boarding syria some character who was on the radio pay is played by chris law words of karl you do of course in glow okay so that's who played my sometimes boy for
non veronica mars occur and he had a radio studio when we were the first year veronica went to college and then yeah in his radio studio must have been your post the throat but was it do you love yeah i do i we get along pretty well he said you were not i'm sort of older in a sentence can't talk to other human beings and remove we're on our way to him by like he's onset he reads he does takes pictures he talks of the ladys say artsy and i ask you i tend to sit by myself sometimes banana brooding way or justify guy socially occasionally by my first big tv shows i am trying to stand it yesterday guess we use say that but i know for a fact what i heard you say two days ago and i was with you is that you watched the entire one or two seasons of the sopranos on your phone while you were on set of glow so you might say you're wearing the
air for global you're watching this approach as first season second season was a den new mark you paid attention paid attention i stayed in the grew i learned how to use my time better i didn't eat is much i talked to chris but like ie eight seems to me that that when when you ve been doing it awhile that you do figure out how you'd deal with that time oh yeah of course and he was right really running run taking pictures of apple we were we respect each other we get a few laughter have things together that we could work when i die him yeah seems like a great ideas oh you're describing yourself like your oscar the grouch or something on sat like i dont really communicate people i've gotta bide my time now i don't know what i'd do i did a lot of people on said there so many and like i i tried it and try to be social i sat with everybody this last season before right there i was a nice all the women with cluster you like there is point fourteen of them or so one area and i just saw like that's exhaust
i think when agree with you and i can't i just can't go over there i think be would be a difficult thing this season i did find i didn't i put my chair with theirs and it just hung out never leaves a lot when you are asking that exists at nice so now the fur getting sir marshall movie who directed emily next dollar we have talked to him he's is pleasant guy he's smart guy harvard guy everything went right for that guy very right away very smart very funny i remember a kind of their blessing item was that really your first huge movie and when you are shooting at you you know that would happen now i guess don't i know that it was gonna be here did you feel that not well i do because it was john because at that it produced was you know that
guy harmony in and being in one of his movies meant that you you know what sort of a part of that are at least recognise that yeah i felt yeah like something we that was two thousand and eight so what a baby i'll miracle has risen or ass a brand that you know out of a bad word to say about him i've taught him to i love wrestler excitable he's very sight of all i love listening to him talk is it's like listening to crazy opera music and yet you can't help it's going his vocabulary very stimulating but you know it time he had all these like i don't know just what you thought my he begged be disrespectful or something i didn't experience any of that i had a lot of like sex scenes with him like wrong she sexy around europe to be a gentleman and war about whether or not my pasty were showing and i found him to be quite lovely oh good will they are going to know it they that point that's during
settling there can allow respectful yes and he wasn't he diverted his eyes and he was like you know and we should heed to heed so you can stay under the sheet you want me to get you water like i found him to be nothing but lovely that's good that's like the euro so art so you ve done a lot of things ok but this like this show that you're doing now like after hearing talk about when we did that round table you see to really you this thing here i do i love make sure i have been obsessed with mike while this is his genius here's another genius he's another yes i know a lot of genius why like to hit my wagon to the genius is you know i mean he did you know the office then parks and rack in brooklyn nine nine and he's just a very smart guy and
also a nice human being to work for an he like like me is is completely preoccupied with what it means to be a good person and how we are supposed to share earth together because were not here alone we have to figure out how to make it work for everyone and he's preoccupied yeah like he tells the story of having the idea for the show and now he was no he goes to the same starbucks every day when he's writing in and he waits for coffee any realized one day yo heat he pays for coffee in them the change in the tipp johnny realise that as the bereaved the turned around he held his hand back to wait until the burmese to turn towards him so that the burmese too could witness him putting the tipping and he left feeling awful he was like why did i do that what what whited that were reached a witnessing this make it more of an ego boost for
i mean it's like what seventy five cents or something is like why am i doing good things is it only to be noticed does everyone do good things only to be noticed or is there some true ethical north started we follow in what a great philosophers have to say so he wanted to make a show a bow that would that would layer in philosophy lessons like big philosophy lessons into a digestible comedy format so he came up with this idea about an asshole that accidently got into heaven a clear go error so i played his dick basically that's heaven but really doesn't deserve to be there and because not because she's malicious but she just really not concerned with anyone else but herself and then she starts to learn why it's important to care about other people and do we the person that chosen beginning were you when they developed it yes
is still a kind of astounding for me to say out loud because he had called my answering machine and was very aggressive michael i talk to you but project and i was i hope my contacts make sure just common resolution we must talk about something like a guide and i went in and mike is an incredible orator he's such a good story teller now remember that the conversation last three hours really well maybe this whole world that he wanted to explore in heaven quota glow and i was like i'm music also i wanted to be ted danson to play angel one definitely inside dunham movie with ted dancin which one big miracle oh yes about whales whale rescue and we were in alaska together and it was drew barrymore injunctions gonna bunch people but dax and i love binge watching television and we get real real rabbit about it just finished the first season of damages diameter margarine oh my god it's so good and the whole
season is about this big court case the fro bisher case the furbish arthur for pressure is growing on trial and he plays arthur fro bisher and i at that point was like so wrapped up in damages world that i changed our aliases at our house to get mail to holly and arthur fro busher because i'm manner and then when i met him in the hotel in alaska for the first time as like mr janssen earnest monsieur and irresponsible don't scare you but snakes like you i am checked into this hotel as lay fro assure your wife from damages and he was like a whole hey nice to meet you and i'll see onset i think i scared the shit out of him but thankfully we became the euro excited about when big was all excited his canvas
we had no there was no thought they were come off his stock right now because i was not thinking i was a stock i was just really excited right the court and now he's one of my best friends he seemed like a very sweet guy he sees an american treasure here as are you thinking here but the acting with with somebody like i mean do you like what he would do you it is from your tool box when you do these things sustained the arctic the hold the character to stay that game i mean do you just use the scripture i am always looking for tricks you have tricks you do or is it just now well now i ve been doing it a long time i don't know i mean to be honest liked for an actor to talk about their process makes me a little puke no no i mean but how do i think that with this way you're talking to a young actor who you know it's good like you know maybe liking out
maybe that young actor gets like nervous before scenery can't quite keep his focus for a scene or or sometimes has heart i'm stayin correct one is in the same what would you tell that person and this person's name is fictional characters neighbours are you not have i had i dont get those i i i am i sometimes girl self conscious aha not none in insecure way just sort of like saying words that other guy here i think for me it i do really well our chasm right here i am i am fairly sarcastic persons of the characters written super sincere i have to work a little bit harder to stay sincere you know ways did when i was doing drama as well i think it there because i have a toolbox that's you know all these different acting techniques i can pull from any of them but i guess what i'd say that someone is just as long as it if it feel
insincere dont do it royal don't even say it until it feels sincere we have your walking through a door and you're gonna say hi do it until you actually feel like making eye contact together in saying hi it's as simple as that is its you can only know that in your heart never act in front of the mere don't ever try to do anything but conversely i know a lot of actors that like need another take because they didn't feel it and after i appeal ice linked to myself sometimes it does not matter if you felt it if the person behind the lenses saying we got it so i'm fine both an emotional actor but but at a very technical actor as well in that i dont need to feel that if you say we got it you're the story teller you're behind the lens you think i looked distraught enough great let's move on because the reality is well spinning
fifteen hours a day together weren't a home to our families at some point yeah you'd like to maybe leave yes it here i regard there's more josh row and the other day and was very interesting like like the thing that i got he was talking about no country for old man he's talking about that character and about doing the same with his wife forever that woman i can't remember her name who played his girlfriend or his wife she's our species she's no i think she's irish irish idea she was the girl and brave yeah she's great yeah but something not working about the scenes with the two of them an and realized it was that cause you were looking at each other liking you talk to somebody like in enacting when you're rehearsing or you you're in acting class you just doing thing any rise i couples don't don't do that yeah interesting right yeah and it wasn't sincere right so i guess a key and i thought about that liking outcome because as a guys you know completely
used to acting you know there's a thing like what am i do with my hands it would be the worst i never know what to do with my hands and like them this was a sit there like i know you'll think about them otherwise it was your act exactly as you gotta get that handsomely comprise the worse what times your thing three the item is enough to thirty eight okay so what so we'll get a good place we know the second season there's big turn your despoiled that on the show if you before i see the act but is it not an that we ve had to seasons everyone knows and we're about to come back for the third season how do you get out of this sustained as you have a big bible does he know exactly how this argue now yes he knows it in his head he knows where it's gonna end here that's not a lie like a lot of people say i know it's gonna be actually does know how it's gonna end but he's wrapped up sort of philosophically in his head
i'll send home forever yeah well is mere stay interesting you know how much people you know i guess does that more characters the hundred fifty ok that's a great idea hundreds if i'm on a text make sure that you had to say you never have to stop the show practice keep adding uk who is talking about that on their autonomy about lost with it still saying that data is kept adding more figurines right more characters character i area is crazy steven pinker nice i just asked pinker lecture how was it was great urim and sam harris you're talking about evolution now view your she went to the lecture you i do in the love and you are thanks expand your mind big tanya i liked being challenged a lot that is why i like my husband has challenged me every day yes because we disagree on nine unfortunately those things we met the woman who pay
use sarah marshall sean robertson whose judd's old partner she had a birthday dinner in like ten people there and i met him there and i don't i didn't know who he was and he didn't who i was i just remember that that he was talking so much so so maya then i laughed and then two weeks later we ran into each other at a hockey game at ellie kings redwings are homestake game and i met him and he started flirting with me if you suffer already yes he was three or sub area well and that was the beginning i was beginning of the end for me and but we talked briefly in the kitchen when we were discussing our relationship while your washing dishes house putting stuff away love love ass that that initially he wasn't ended up married no not at all he doesn't while he had not
he had yet to have a monogamous relationship but what i was doing dating and i was like a secular monogamous right now have them before i've always had open relationship will you doing before that a one therefore man another producer and kevin and here we are data for five years i ve i bet i have always had long term boyfriends i get a boyfriend college for two than a boyfriend after college for three and a half and kevin for five and vital that go price i was gonna happen yeah i think we both did no interest groups are here which is about but i love him my minute love him and still friends with them but dax he and look he has very valid arguments even when these i feel like he's being you know what i would label without hearing his argument is closed minded he's not he said if i going to love you i'm going to prove it to you every day i dont need to tell the state of california that i love you that has nothing to do you're gonna know by my actions that i will act like your huh
and i said i gotta get it i'm just a group in a traditional area and i finally had come to terms with a sort of peace with the fact that we were never gonna get married and then out of the blue he pop the question i had no idea exact up i guess but but i think that the idea is i've had this conversation before having been married twice and somebody now and she would like to probably get married but there's pardon me that's kind of i don't know why i resisted but i dont trust it all the time and i think that day day of you lady yeah that their there there's sense of securing their labour rights rouse commitment by let me know when you ve been divorced twice you you haven't that's not that's that's that's that's true that's true i get in nothing has to last forever i think the forever that all is what look i dont fault anyone who gets a divorce like every time you know celebrity couple splits upper ones like where we have to believe in love unlike but don't you want those two people to be
their best selves and maybe that's not together like i don't i don't put the belief in that that like i need to see true love and i need to see people together i want people to be healthy and thrive even if that means having doesn't require though you didn't take jesus from your mom but the plea that the ability to move on yap from death evermore urge a marriage whether that that's fine with me i just want people to be look happiness versus suffering yet another day in a marriage or yours freeing either of you but you know i think labeling it as a marriage has maybe a different there's a difference in the way that people treat true as a cup three you as a married man verses a man who has a girlfriend brought wrote the truth you that way yeah yeah yeah something flattens out near affecting the kenneth also who carries get married don't get married i don't give a fuck like whatever work suddenly you worked for but while we were engaged for three or four years
we ever got married it wasn't like priority number one he gave me a ring i thought it was really nice and then to be honest i had like i said already come to terms with they weren't getting married but then we had kids and like you to do this whole like will thing and if one of us has before your married yeah yeah bastards bigtime now get so if like to tell him that what you tell them they'll now yeah of course here we have we said we were married diner bastard yeah what's your breakfast ve got to be blunt and gave them the truth ok that's what steven pinker we yeah if there's whole will thing you have to do and then like if you know somebody's in the hospital only certain people can enter the room if you're not married so it's just we decided fuck it it's easier let's just go to the court house him do it right there oh the other stuff sure and say yes the carrier is that's why we did area of well that's romantic
while its get you to your car what's a call and i invite my involved can i've made a long your skype yeah maybe were pitching more pitching you to catching showed a youtube minorities and partners ok this will be fine gansu you'll tell me what i have to say that they want to be part of it i'm just want you to sit there and look pretty if you wouldn't mind ok yeah well i'm gonna have to go to the area typical female role i wanted you to know how much do i have to do my face neglect gorgeous i don t ass you do don't anybody tell you this yeah i'm writing ready from thanks for coming over thanks ram wasn't that lovely just when you just if they never talk to her again i've not talk to her again they are mighty sooner at a thing but you know we're busy
all right so that's what did we do at the end here go to deputy i pod back on to get my tour dates by one of the new t shirts and sign up her w tia premium we can do all those things you can hear all nine years of deputy of episodes commercial free said show new york coming up in november in goaded w tia pod dotcom slash tour i believe there's probably some take for that i thank you nick shows sold out the denver shows or sold out all leading up to the beacon in new york i don't know where that's happened but i imagine you're still a few tickets big space big room yeah i'm not knowin act out of me my beard rubbing fuckin how i'm gonna try play guitar my fingers again like all the booze men
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