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"brett kissel" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Idea to at and data I everytime she kisses me account wait until you every time you kissed me dotted Arkan tastes that pink Whitney mckinney getting and I'll tell you I the everybody loved the we'd like the what they were smoking so much I read all dad like they're annoyed and they got me and they're filming me ocean-going credit reds hey we're both the credit card you send over if you call that one eight hundred that's why all the question I wanted to ask I remember it was like have you ever had a song where you knew it was a hit because you mentioned you how it's GonNa do about you was there everyone you're like that's going to be big time or no you know what a semi first single was called started with a song and I had a really good feeling about doc because it was uptempo at said all the right things I wrote with a guy named Craig Wiseman and Craig Watson has got like forty number one songs he's written live like you were dying true vet to relate it to hockey and he's literally telling me like what I was doing wasn't good as like that's a crap line that's garbage trash wore cardinal Carter so stupidest thing world like literally what the fuck are you doing is what everybody said to me word for word and yet we've been married we've been together eleven years married for eight years got three beautiful kids it was the right choice and I'm so proud of that so three to one is our song it becomes a gold record number one and everything like that and I never thought that that's so I think part of that is that people know that that's what the song's about it when I started my cur- nobody knew that it was just a song was relatable about all the couples out there it didn't have support for you and how you love somebody so much you just didn't give a shit what anybody thought so that was kind of the premise of the deep show a lot of factors. Id Control Tool out how maybe airplay Oh you get streaming all those things controls you might have a fucking eight number one song but it's just because the ABC not weird well this is where my my love for ocoee which is maybe the biggest passion that I've got as far as extracurricular activities has concerned and me going on a podcast like this to talk about my past the sport it actually could get away and be a negative to some stations because everybody knows how much you loved the oilers so sometimes I think people in Calgary who run Calvin radio stations we're thinking my really GonNa support this guy and let us go to number one or Vancouver and say because everybody knows that if you love the colors you have to hate the and stuff like that it's just the way that it is so no offense it's a great organization and stuff like that it's the way that it is a matter anymore because they're gonNA be streaming songs after the here and that's what I hope that's exactly so I'm trying to think to myself and my manager Louis here he's like I keep it easy keep it. PG Don't rag on the flames Reagan the cost of these other Canadian teams you know you gotta be Mr Candidate here and said Okay I get it but I'm an oilers fan I saw a hockey fan I so I'm afraid no one did this and no one's verified this but I sometimes think that sometimes my songs don't go number one because certain stations are like I don't know if I could support this guy because I saw that he was ragging on the lead you know so you're not because I think a lot of Canada actually maybe I'm wrong there I would think Canada would bound around usually usually people do it depends on the team I would love for a cup to come back to I'm at the point now where I come back to Canada but it basically did in Saint Louis we'll get all those Canadians now Canadian team Canada waterways was and that's what what what you got to think but I now at the point where I think I know.

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

31:56 min | 1 year ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Asking why he did he didn't pick you for the team and we fucking girl Jim Noah good he was with me and like I said give me the opportunity to come out and prove outbreak I ended up getting on the on the podcast instead was sitting there with his Jarl here and he's like I don't have the mumps one is like a we just don't go out the group we're trying to QA draft picks and eventually rebuild this thing into something what it is now you have to go through some pains for that and guys guys in you saw one guy's decision and it alters your organization for for many years and for forever it's the history of the organization so it's always interesting correct to say superstar was bullshit but I appreciate it in my mind in my mind and I'm not done with the show yet because I'm looking over here Winter time winner of the male artist of the year I mean Canadian. Cma Awards that's no joke from Flat Lake Alberta that sounds like an area where people just skate outside interactions probably too cold and a huge fan of hockey welcome to the podcast right I really do guy seriously of all the things that I've done in my career would in media and in this business it's constant it's radio shows it's TV it's press it's all that stuff and this is one that I've been so excited for if not most excited for because all my buddies have truly said this you're not anybody unless you've been on smitten I truly feel like somebody GonNa keep going here let me grab the Lube we we we we love having a guy like you in because we can talk about different things while also bringing it back to the game and when I say bringing it all back game you're close friend Jordan Abberley who's a good buddy of mine I lived with him when I when we were on the oilers together I was like thirty six he was nineteen no a business living with him and Halsey but she you guys had some some fun I went I went to an after party after a night there there yeah you were there at the career up bring home a waitress soccer the biggest bombs she worked at that what was that bar call this leaves or no the ten No absolutely all over you skip over the army well okay so how do you how do you become buddies what's the connection there I think it's Kinda funny 'cause we I think we say that we met online actually yeah Exac modern-day relationship interest but we were at the Canadian country awards so it was him Justin Scholz New Age and Halsey were giving out an award at this at the amaze in Edmonton at rextall place at the time so we actually met backstage and then he sent me a tweet and said hey when I was in Calgary at the stampede said I know you're playing let's get together for a call or something like that so we did so we went golfing that day and I think we hung out for six days in a row in calculates each other uh we did the best part about that when you can really solidify friendship because you've got the friendship that you have with the boys but as soon as you involve your girls that's kind of make or break thing if the girls like each other you know that you're in France for light choice at that point exactly and if you don't like each other then how big your friendship actually grow mourn and my wife Cecilia became best these immediate lyrical and so we've been friends for a long time so you are a die-hard toilets fan huge oilers fat. I'm sorry if you're if I'm not mistaken you're thirty so yeah so I was born in one thousand nine hundred ninety at this I was born the day the oilers won their last Stanley coast. So that's what I'm saying you're the urine oilers fan right now pursue anything you're still holding onto those nine happen it's going to happen when this year do what I thought we were going to be real conversation but why not why not this you must have a book like this thick of like Hank Level Williams Hawes added so I know you're cheating harsh alone so mike across seventeen seventeen when they lost game seven to Carolina I was sixteen remember Drexel and I'll tell you exactly what happened that night so it's it's June of Oh six playing the win spurs center in Edmonton Hardest Gig of my life because I'm watching on this little TV in my dressing room and I hear all the other artists that's kind of this big it's a second a multi artist show and I'm watching and Justin Williams scores in the empty net to make three to one there's no way we can come back over and it's over and I I wanna cry I wanNA cry says Saturday ever and then they announced my name go out and play on stage and you and I don't want to they do not WanNa play I wanNA talk I mean sixteen years old but I wanNA drink a dozen beers because it's the saddest that I've ever seen Bashar Guitar or I wanted to smash my guitar I was so mad I hated Carolina Still Carolina to this day like seriously all of them like I was mad at Dougy wait was an oiler now he's playing on Carolina Justin Williams he's probably beauty I don't know if I ever WanNa talk like I'm so mad it's sort of the storm surge fits jerk say honestly over you let your dog and the thing is that's what you do when you want to get fans involved in the game and everybody's like yeah I can't wait to see what happens at the this game play hockey how about you watch the sport you're GonNa get paid online playing on Raleigh Again evernote Raleigh anyway here's my big brother I'm GonNa give my brother Jameson shoutout so that night the oilers lose I think he's a Cook County Saloon in Edmonton and him and his girlfriend Michelle who's now his wife so they go out and decide well screw this like we're just gonNa go see what's going on on whyte avenue and my brother ends up he has a beard part walks out of the bar with his beer just dumb so he walks out of the board of this beer is walking down the street and he gets tackled by the coughs and he gets thrown in jail my mom's at the concert with me and now trying to text my brother okay the concerts over time time to pick you up let's go home dope my brother's got his phone confiscated he's in jail so we have to wait all night at my mom's losing her mind about where the hell my brother is and finally picks them up at five in the morning from the downtown precinct in Edmonton and we home what about the cop tackle them for just having a beer bottle admitting club Daiki jaywalking ticket but I got like grabbed by a cough for walk in lost the street play Jesus guys take it easy you just caught in the Wall Street Journal Whitney get him until he does anything had the money line tonight fucker through repeats up the Middle How many times have you saying the anthem at the game thirty forty so for people who don't know in the year the the the season the last thirteen years it was a good year for us though Oh you sang and the the Mike went out and then that was when the crowd took over hit the ditch so hard on that the US anthem gets down and and yeah everybody at Rogers place just started to sing and what was interesting is that people kinda thought that it was faked because in rigged because on tv you could hear the feet and so everybody can hear me singing all like Oh say can you ooh and it's not working because in the stadium there was a glitch so you couldn't cure nineteen thousand people couldn't hear me and same thing that happened with o Canada's while but everybody single candidate anyways that actually didn't get on the news or TMZ and stuff like that but as Canadian singing the American anthem that was really cool. You shouldn't your pants when that happened absolutely hall man the whole thing singing now fucking Mike spots under no circumstances Stephen Wright singing that was that was just a couple of years ago okay I'm sorry I was mistaken that was the finals right no no no that was just a couple of years ago at Rogers but what's interesting is that people a lot of artists don't take them gigs because the risk reward benefit is not there if you do well known talks bad you can have asked us to screw it up here you're all over the news buddy hits because you don't screw with the anthem and the biggest thing that's when people want to try and do their own version of the anthem which I actually hate sing the anthem when they add the it well sing it fast get off the ice play hockey that's that's that's that's my model so I will never seen a great anthem but I think I will always do a good job for your heart I really hope that I don't screwed up on the battle online afterward because a lot of people were coming after you about that I remember yeah and I was like Jeez the Mike went out late chill the fuck the eight you came to my I appreciate that I was trying to I remember when the whole feud was going on on my Jesus Christ feud uh-huh it was just I don't know why it was but yeah some trolls online just got you faked it you rigged it you're just doing it for the publicity like I would never re USC doing something like that with the anthem as a publicity stunt law just never do it how do you become a country star how did that all begin artists start so little kid I was playing hockey in Glendon Alberta and I'm good so bad so I was because I was fat like I was a child your goals like I literally so I wanted I wanted to be a goalie and I wanted to play but I I would have naps on the bench and that's what my dad I think you know the coach says yeah this isn't for you and so my meemaw she came to my aid and she bought me Ktar and so I played guitar for about a year and I took lessons and I'm six seven years old and I actually didn't like lessons so my parents couldn't use reverse psychology said view keep playing guitar you don't have to take lessons so okay great so I kept playing guitar and I would just sit on the counter and I listened to the radio and I play and it was what country just like you and I were talking off the air like I'm talking Johnny Cash Faron Young Marty Robbins lower than wow right absolutely so I would I would learn that stuff and now is the the real three chords and the truth kind of thing so I would learn all these old songs and then as I started to I guess get better then I learned stuff like George Strait Garth Brooks Alan Jackson and then as I become a teenager now I realize okay it's important learn songs if you want to get the girls you go to learn play Dustin yeah but like we used to use the party or faces off back in the Edmonton days in here after the game we both don't have a drink we sit down we play cards the shooting pucks into the Dryer and stuff like that that's truly how you hone your craft and I've always related my career in country music to the guys will come mind right now is how cool feeling was it or when did you really understand like anytime.

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Talk talking about hey I gotta read puppies over there fits fix a I'm really I'm really liking these organic ad reads I think our our sponsors are gonna like a more We had an internal conversation obviously we had so if you practice something it's supposed to be organic no practice to actual read itself organic the transition I'm not stupid as I look wet boys before we send it over to Scotti upshaw I think we gotta gotTa give our own opinions on this Dallas Situation Right now in Ra. I'll just start do you watch a lot of hockey what are you seeing here I see a lot of lost money because I was betting shit defiance out of them up until they finally won a game in but there was no one thing you can really point your finger to I mean you know what's his faith bishop wasn't great but it wasn't bad he wasn't the reason they will lose I know Khudobin had a rough start I know he's a backup and he's usually a lot better than that I think actually we'll we'll talk to me about bringing them on in a minute is a lack of intensity the just kind of I I know it's such a hockey cliche but they're not bearing down there they just look like they're getting outhustled played games I've seen them play They did beat philly Saturday that you know like you just talk about Jerry you wonder if they did turn the corner you know they got to get out of it quick because before you know it it's December near in your twenty points out there what to seven and one they only got five points next game they got his auto Monday night so that's again they should win I mean that's again they could build a little confidence on but yeah I just think getting out intensified right now more than anything also I mean I I don't know if they have so many big big name players that it's hard for them to just get up for games at the beginning of the season we saw last year they got off to a bad start within the I don't know if there was the chief financial officer are the President I forget what the title was but he had to call out the team I would I would assume he was the owners pop stop point number two guy yeah just you know get the boys going but like you can't really go back to that same bag of tricks I mean you've already done that once but I don't know I feel like that it's hard you go to playoffs last year they had that great second half the season they got all the confidence in the world they thought they were just going to scroll in this year because everybody thought they were going to be one of the teams because of not only the personnel but the now now that it proven themselves in the second half of season last year they got a fucking up like it looks like they have no confidence from the Games I seen and it just like they're just waiting for something bad to happen so I imagine we're going to talk about in this interview coming up too I see them turning things around and being the Saint Louis last year now I don't think if it gets as bad as it was for I Saint Louis last year I would say that there's no fucking that chicken Dick's chance in hell that they're going to do at Saint Louis did they stop the bleeding soon and figure this thing out but ah I would imagine what that type of leadership in the locker room eventually they're going to have to fucking figure this thing out so without further ado I think we should kick it over to upshaw and get his opinion on it of course once again very insightful and it was unfortunate that he didn't make the team but he's he's a very positive guy and you're gonna get to hear his message and before we get to that interview I WanNa Talk to you folks second about D. 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I can allow you to right because you guys are spending money on this type of stuff and you're you're questioning a will this work or not I love it I fucking rocket I'll of course we're going to give you I always double up like if I'm going to have about ten drinks I have two packs just to kind of overcompensate but they say to two pills one pack for every ten drinks and you just drink it in the midst of drinking or if even if you forgot take them before you when you get home before you go to sleep take it with like a half glass of water and by my anxiety his I can't drink like I used to so I get I get the booze blues this stuff if I have it I'm usually pretty good especially if I double up like you just said they stand behind the product if you don't feel better after taking it they'll refunded shoot a message it's a no brain and of course we're going to get hit with.

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Radio in its first week surpassing a record set by Taylor swift. Do you know that was the internet line of me? No, I just I just I had to be honest, I'd forgotten about that. Oh, what. So much. And you know, I when the statistic came out it was in in the hustle and the bustle of our of our media tour. Yeah, and we go out and we meet all of these, everybody at radio and we make these connections. Yeah, and I was so surprised that it it beat Taylor swift as far as the most ads ever and it was her. We are never ever getting back together, which huge tracking her. And then at the same time, it debuted inside the top forty and in Canadian standards for country music. That is something that just doesn't happen and just hasn't happened. So I'm very proud of, that's although, to be honest, I did forget about it. Even though two thousand thirteen isn't that long ago now it just seems so much happened since. That's the thing I feel like as life goes on. So many things happen that time seems to go by so quickly because big things happen, and that's a good thing. But it's also very sad, it is that time goes by fast as it does, but you know what, if there's anything about hearing that statistic? I think it's important for me moving forward to really stop smell the roses. Yes. Celebrate. Yeah, because that's a victory, right? Let's really good moment and I, it's you what? Let's cheers glasses. I don't know if I've really celebrated that. So thank you. What if that was me, I would have been popping all of the champagne to celebrate that. I'll be like, and the expensive tastes. Yeah, worse than seventy dollars. Did you ever drink baby duck? Yeah. Remember baby, of course I was my New Year's thing that was my New Year's New Year's Baby Doc or growers member that cooler. It was like an a two liter cooler. No, but I remember big bear, o big bear two liter like a two liter of pop beer. We it was flat and it was awful, and it was always warm. But wait, we talked about something like at the beginning of the podcast and I was like, you know, like, you know what's crazy, knock on wood..

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Home about three or four PM. Yes, Staka mail from cousins. NHS and aunts and uncles saying, you know, congratulations and whatever. It's big yellow envelope that opened up. Shaky handwriting on it. I didn't. I wasn't thinking anything right, but I opened it up and it was an eight by ten son by Johnny way. And it said to Brett Jesus, I joining away and I got it on the day that he died on the day he died. So I don't know if he signed it five days ago. I don't know if he signed it the day. He received the letter, say right, may I think June like may twenty third may twenty fourth. Yeah. And maybe he received it on the first June and signed it then I don't know. But I thought that so special. If you ever come over to our place, I'll show you. Yes, it's hung up on the wall. Got a kind of Johnny cash shrine and some really cool that was me with Michael Jackson, but was it MJ was your guy? He? I had a shrine of him. Oh, he because I grew up dancing and I always just tried to like mock his dance moves and be him. And I'm like, that was my plan in life. I was going to be Michael Jackson's backup dancer, that was what I wanted to do. Yeah, yeah. But I never wrote him a letter by should've. Should've. You know what can't get that back. But no, that's a really special story. And you know what's interesting about Michael Jackson is that I think pretty sure he passed away the same day of the Nashville flood. Remember when Nashville flooded in two thousand ten now it was like a one hundred year flood. I do like apple pie, like it was like a crazy. Yeah, but I think the story is that as bad as it was newscasters were leaving Nashville because they heard that Michael Jackson died in everybody, like all the national news. Yeah. Was leaving Nashville and this national this crazy disaster? Yeah, to get to LA because Michael Jackson died and fair Fossett died the same day to as Michael Jackson as Michael Jackson. Yeah. Why didn't? I know that I love their for those big day in me. Wow, that's wild. But maybe I don't know if you like Janet Jackson or whatever could read her a letter and be like, hey, like really like brother. You don't for what it's worth. I bet you. She watches the show and I bet you she. Exactly who you are. I. That would be great. Everybody does. It's everybody's either public or guilty. Pleasure is watching the show. I'll never forget hearing like actually it was. What's her name? Her name is Molly. She's Jimmy Kimmel's wife telling me like that. Her and like like Justin, Timberlake and Jennifer Aniston laid have like watching parties, and I was like, oh, Oh, God. that's awesome. Do still connect with Kimmel? No, the last time. I mean, he's like tweeted me, but the last time was I went on his show maybe like a year ago now when Nick was the bachelor with Andy me and Nick to make things really awkward, and I was like, this is going to be terrible, but I can't say no to Jimmy Kimmel. I can't. You don't turn down Jimmy Kimmel. So was it awkward yo? Yeah, actually note it wasn't as awkward as I thought it would be just because everybody had moved on so much since everything, so it wasn't, but it was like, you know, Jimmy's gonna make it awkward. He's going to ask questions. Yeah. Yeah, I wish I could probably find it on YouTube. Oh yeah, you definitely can't. I had a really aggressive spray tan and people just ripped me apart for being orange, which was fair. It was tough, but fair. I was pretty much. Now's pretty orange. You'll you'll see, okay, I need to. I'm like, we've been having such great conversation that I feel like I've been pumped your tires like enough, not to drink and wine loves my wife and my girls. All I asked for and against who will share very good confessions. You the fact that you're Canadian, your family man, you drink wine with me and you sit and chill and talk about your wiener dog lick whatever great times. But I will say your debut single started with a song. I have to say this because this is crazy was released on June seventeenth and became the most added song to at Canadian country..

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Wait, we haven't confessed yet. We need to confess. I knew this coming. Yeah, I know you did people people do you have one? Well, it just depends on go there. I don't know if I where, where do I go with this and lex? Let's talk about. I don't know because I've got different versions of the same story or I could go different confessional stories. And then just like, yeah, I, I don't know like how deep do people go down the Dr fish people will go anywhere from saying like, I think, Brad, and Curtis said that like Brad, like stole a car or something. I, why can't I remember it? Was Brad put something in the microwave at his high school and lit the whole cafeteria on fire, and nobody knew that and they couldn't eat lunch in the cafeteria for like a year because of what he did, but he never told anybody. See, I just think that's great. Prank Meteo. I was like, okay when, but it goes anywhere from that to people like pooping their pants to people being like so drunk that they. Made out with their driver like anywhere from that to like. So you tell me what you're comfortable with? No. Tell me what you're comfortable. There's plenty Cecilia were cycling through our stories because she's like, you know that they do this confession than confession because my fiance's name is Sean booth. And so we call it the confession booth. I like, that doesn't great marketing. Thank you. So if I'm in the confessional booth. I could explain it or I could just say we have a Weiner dog named Charley. Yeah. And while Cecilia and I are making love, yes, he's no longer allowed to be in the room same with ours because he hump things while you do it. Well, I'm trying to ruin where he doesn't. He doesn't hump. Okay. He gets excited gets excited and he likes to lick things. Yes, ours too. I know exactly what you're talking about and it gets real weird. So I didn't know that it was. I just thought something great was happening. Something I thought it was awesome and I'm like. Beep, hey, hey, and but and then it kept going. And then I realized that what I thought she was doing, she wasn't doing she was in a different place in the bed. Right? And then I whip off the covers, and it's Charlie. This is this is a kind of confession you the vine. I looked at her. She looked at me and I'm the media got out of the mood and I had to pick them up and not try. We don't have a kennel form or anything like, so I put him on the bed, any hot backup, and he's kidding. I'm ready to go. Let's go around to Charlie. So to take them into the next room and it's tough because now we never want to plan. Yeah, when my wife and I are going to go at it and have some fun. Right? But when you've got kids, you know that you have to do it within certain hours today or what you know, one of our friends calls him Neuner 's and their great. So you do while the girls are now being okay. Now you can have a new dress that you guys got engaged at nineteen and that you're still at this point having Neuner like that gives me so much all my gosh, it's the, it's the best thing ever you have to so important for the relationship. I agree. And I tell you something a girl. I know her sister is a sex expert and she her and her husband have sex every. Every single day of their lives, whether they want to or not..

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Kool-Aid is your favorite? Strawberry Kiwi. Oh, good one. Do you get nervous before a doctor's appointment. Yes, because I've had so many awkward ones Ridley. Oh yeah. I did Dr member that on family guy when he he's anyways, what? This is a funny fault question. What do you think of hot dogs? Oh, I love talk is, is a hotdog a sandwich? No, a hot dog is a hot dog. Okay. But if you Google would a sandwiches, it's meet between two pieces of bread wise and a hotdog a sandwich. I think it's because it's it's, it's own thing a sandwich. You have five hundred different flavors of sandwiches. Yeah. Like, oh, I'd like to sound, which would flavor or hotdog. No, you just want to haunt dog. I just I think he's like its own thing. Graduated to become its own thing. I agree with you because same thing you could say a hamburger is a sandwich, what's burger? That's a great point. This great point yet is serial soup. No, I agree with you. Why are there people out there that thinks cereal is a soup. I don't know if somebody asked me today and I was like, no, no, real deserves. It's. Own category. Agree. What's your favorite kind of serial? It fluctuates right now. I'm on a mini wheats kick. Okay. Rostered. Yeah, one hundred percent. Yeah, and my little girls love it because we call them hay bales. Okay, that's horrible. And so he'd he bails and the frosting snow, it's, do you want that? I'm stealing bills? Yeah, but I love cinnamon toast crunch tests. That's my rhesus. It's a bit much, but it's delicious. It's delicious. Treat once in a while. Sean gonna come to my house and like they do on the shows and just take all this crap out of the fridge. Yeah, that's right. But I know he can't. So he can't take that away from you and you can use that as an excuse for your cheat day. Okay. Yeah. What is your own asking you that middle name which meal name? Allan Allan Allan. Kissel it's a good name. Yeah. What's your middle name done? Dawn Caitlyn, Donna Brazile. And I remember getting so upset because I watch full house and Stephanie Tanner wanted to change her name to dawn and they're like, oh, why would you want to name yourself? Dawn? And they were like making fun of it. I remember being scarred when I was little like thinking, my middle name was terrible and they're like, why would you want that Don? Don, Don, Don. And I was like, oh my God. Well, and then they're like Donald Duck, and they're making fun of my middle name. You know, I'm all, say, screw him. Bob segment, stupid sweater, wardrobe budget, how much do you think they spend on their sweater, wardrobe, budget? I don't think that they would have spent much on on on like a wardrobe at all. I think for shows like that, you know, they know, especially because they would recycle the shoes and jeans and just it's changing different tops. So it'd be right. Three family knows Dave, or you could be like family guy and just PISA, Griffin, white shirt greenband every time every day time..

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Hey, vinyls if you like my podcast and you're going to love brandy, Glanville unfiltered, joined brandy each week as she talks from the inside of a pop culture, fashion, and celebrity gossip. She sharing it all with the world. So don't miss a second of at checkout. Brandy Glanville unfiltered at podcast, one and apple podcasts, and remember to rate and reveal now back to off the vine with Lynn Bristow, Dunkin donuts, Timmy's hundred percent. Okay. NWEA Chick-fil-A and w one hundred percent pastor or pasta pasta because I want to pretend on fancy. Yeah, I know that's I always just think it's talion when I say possibly. I'm like Canadian, say, passive. It's so funny. Yeah, you know what? I, I wonder what they say overseas. It's pasta. They say pasta or or do they just call it by the noodle. Gene. Not. We're thinking the same thing. I don't know if they call pasta, they'd probably call it by the noodles pasta. Do you ever watch family guy all the time? Have you seen the one where he gets a mustache and he thinks he can speak Italian? Anything. Resent their like Peter, you can't speak for just a dollar unit guy gets it gets. Love it Putin or home fries Putin. You're saying all the right things catch up chips or up chips. You pickle actually dill pickle your favorite. Do they still pickle here? I don't think they do. I didn't even think about that. I don't think they do del pickle is it's that used to be my go-to snack at seven. Eleven out get chocolate milk and dill pickle full Dutcher lays old Dutch old Dutch dodgers my favorite. Yeah, it seems. Yeah, it's an style for getting old Dutch potato chips because there is a a place called little days on highway twenty eight in between Saint Paul and Bonneville and we'd stop in there and I would get dill pickle chips and pop buy cigarettes. Oh, Popeye cigarettes were the best and the big league chew chew Lee. Oh my gosh. I still can't get over that. You're born in ninety. I'm like still thinking about it. I just thought you. I did think we were the same age. Yeah, I thought it was five years is crazy enough five years. I just think I don't know why thought we were the same age. I'm glad that you thought I was younger though. Yeah, I thought I would have graduated like, oh seven. Oh eight. Oh six, seven eight. Is it because I'm wearing a scrunchy? Does that make me look younger? I don't know. I, I mean, you always let young. Is that the right thing to say? Yes. Yeah, thank you. Know scrunchy. I didn't even notice that it was a scrunchy, but like if you think about like, have you ever see my mom or just my dad? I don't think metro mom. I've seen her on the show. Right. Okay. Both my parents look super young for their age as well. Yes find. Okay. What was I just lost my notes here? We were talking like we were going this or that or this or that. Oh, yeah, was over that though, but I love those. Well, okay. You tell me one. Okay. Up all night or early morning up all night. Nice. Okay. Country music or rock and roll country. Nice brunettes or blonds. Blonds. Okay, good. I could think of a whole bunch more didn't even hesitate on all of those. I really was like those kinds of things. I used to read those in magazines. All the time. Yeah. And circle, you know, hamburgers, hot hotdogs or this without or whatever. And I used to love those little means. Do you remember when you would do group emails to all your friends and you'd fill in the blanks? Did you ever do that. No, but I do remember MSN messenger. Oh, yeah. MSN messenger, of course. The AOL for the American. Yes, but I think we had AOL messenger to, I think we did, but maybe they had MSN too. I just remember those group emails those chain, and I would try so hard to be funny. Like I would think about those emails like I'd sit there for hours just trying to come up with the funniest. So explain it was a group Email asking questions can Google this. It was like nineties Email chain. Would it be nineties or two thousand? Or was it like send this to fifteen people or you'll die. Okay. Yeah, I know exactly what your question. Yeah, but I wanna see what the questions are. Oh, this is exciting if I see something chain emails in the nineties. Okay. Chainmail and questionnaires, seventeen dot com member that magazine seventeen. I do remember for girls, I think, but d. like blue cheese, I do why I it tastes great. What flavor.

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Okay. Yeah, but that's a good idea though. I just wondered if people keep the losers for the free rights has he let download the producers like to make you think the losers aren't losers, and you don't see them being losers in the house and she the way they interact with with people. So you just have this time in the the producers, you don't have anyone else. You just have them telling you, oh, this guy's great, and you believe them. And then he watch it back and you're like, oh, son of a bitch. So do you. Would you ever text the producers the show is over and now you're watching it. You're in three months of protection, and you text and be like, remember that time you told me he was a good guy and all this time you knew that he was actually punching people in the. Yeah, every I think every bachelor and bachelorette can agree that when they watch their season back, they get super angry at producers like legit. Like I, my feelings were crushed by producers of what they did. I, I have moved forward now, but like at the time I was like, how could you even do that to a person, but they're really good at their job, and some of them are still friends and you gotta do what you gotta do and it worked out so I can't be too mad. Well, and at the at the end of the day, you've got a successful relationship and better. I think you're and I've always thought about this that the drama that goes on on TV, it is drama, but it's not just we're just watching it on TV. A lot of that stuff does happen in real life. Yeah, sometimes love triangles. And you really like this guy knew this. So it's actually. Does happen in real life. It just so happens that ten million people are watching you lay. Yeah, it's exactly right and dredging you and big time judging. The internet was a scary place while I was on that show. I was just like, oh, man, I tweeted about big brother the other day, and I got somebody. I can't even say it on my podcast and I'll go anywhere. But I can't even say what they said to me. It was so bad. I was like, oh my gosh, I hate people like that. Just screw them all. I can't. I just feel sorry for them and like, I'm like, where are your parents like? What who really, it's nice. It's nice of you to feel empathy and stuff like that. But I think you know what you're just an idiot. Yeah, but I also think that I don't. Yes, such and such persons just dump just you be done and all be me and move on. Let's write a song about that. Yeah, you'd be dumb. I'll be me. That's good. It's meant to be. It's baby meant to be I I just rhymed too. F. g. l. and BB Rex hit the out song is kind of a, yeah, kind of growing. It's growing. It might catch on who convinced you to do this. What did you always want do I always wanted to do it? I, I always say this since a young age I wanted to have my own radio show one day, and I always pictured myself having like a studio in my home, and now I do. It's it's very special and I have to compliment you because you're you're so obviously outgoing and bubbly, and I think everybody who's watched season, he's gotten to know you so easy to like that. I think it's a great quality to have in the world of media or podcasting and stuff like that. Yeah, and it's and it's relatable, your roots just I don't know. I've I've really excited about this and of all the interviews that I've done in my career. This is one of my wife and I were very, very excited for citizens payment. He's probably home with the kids. She, she is home with the girls during the pool right now, but twins, or your girls know, they look for similar, but they're like fourteen months apart. Oh, they are. Okay. Oh my gosh. So sweet throughout their home at the pool. Yeah. Can I come over and hang out at the police? You can come over anytime. Very excited while I'm going counter for like a month, but I'll see you now Berta for what is it called?.

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Somebody just asked me that day on Twitter there, like is it so awful to like establish a relationship that you really feel confident in and then have to go through the motions with all these other relationships, knowing you're just hurting somebody's feelings. I'm like, this is why I lost hair. This is why I gained weight. I was like the the most stressed out I've ever been because I felt like a horrible human all the time trying to like. Figure that all at the same time of being like, I always thought, like what if Sean has a girlfriend back home? And I'm so invested in this one guy. And so you try and like the producers really want you to have this open mind to date all these other guys because they kind of like, don't want you to fall in love with just one guy because that's not good TV of course. So they really hype up the other guys and like try and make you steer away from that one guy, you're really in love with and have that connection with because it's a TV show. No, you know, I, I, I watched this season. Yeah, I'm giant fan of the bachelor about huge. I've always wondered if if you as the bachelorette or if anybody ever did this in the sense of you've really got a connection with this person and somewhat with these people, but you don't want to build that up any further than that because he really want to invest in the golden person. Do you let the good ones go early and just keep the bad ones because it's going to be easier later. I have bad guys get the free ride and just get so that way it's kinda easier to let go of that would be a great. You know what I wish he would have said that to me before I went on the show. I, I wondered if because sometimes you watch it and you're like, how are they heaping this person? Oh, it's for an easy letdown later now I think it's just for good TV because the bad ones are always good TV. Right. So then do the producers say like, remember Chad, the real bad guy like everybody. Eight all this meat and all that, what it terrible human haters much me, but they made him out to be the villain. I wondered if they kept him just to keep them use that happen or you allowed to disclose that? Yeah, I can tell you because I don't have contract anymore, but basically like they'll say to you, this guy's gonna kill it for your ratings and like for your season, like keep him around a little longer just because he's just like hilarious TV. Gotcha. So they'll encourage you, you don't have to go, they'll they'll definitely encourage you to keep the bad guys..

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"You definitely need to do you know what I was doing when I was twelve. What like skipping school and like drinking my first cooler and not being productive at all. And you are just putting out an album? Well, some people with think that, oh, you know, Brett's like this entrepreneur, putting out a record or whatever. But I don't know in the seventh and the eighth grade, like I was, I was loving my time in. In music, but also chasing girls and din the twelve and playing baseball and stuff like that. So. So I was very much with you because I think my first pure might have been ten. Wow. I think I've robbed a beer from the from the fridge in the garage. I robbed a beer up to fear from the for him and I was afraid my dad was gonna find out when we have. No, it was full of beer. There's ninety beer in there because we always had people coming over always drinking beer. And I stole one and I took it from the back and I pushed everything back to the France would notice. And did you did you puke? No, I didn't. My first time drinking hard liquor, yeah. Oh, yeah. That was a mess. I do. You know what? This is crazy. Okay. So I feel like it's something I don't know if it's Albert or what, but I feel like that's just what people do. You just start drinking and. Yeah, I, it's like an Alberton thing. I don't know and can drink. We learn us. We've always done it safely to which I need to Pat all albertson's and like western Canadians on the back and it's so different now living in the states because when the legal drinking age is twenty one, yeah, I feel that we were learning lessons at sixteen at a party. Yes, that people are now learning at twenty two in college, and we're like, we're Sixers ahead of you guys get with the program. I agree. We're ahead of the time. Yeah, we're so advanced in l. Berta we are drinking in our drinking, but it's true though. It's like the European lifestyle, like everybody just like drinks and nobody's like a degenerate. Well, I was, but like, but, but people just get it, you know? Yeah. Well, I noticed in Europe or the put a bottle of wine at the table. And the dad is, you know, beside us, my wife and I were just in Italy in the doubt is pouring white wine for the kids. Read one for the adults. Yes. I mean, and these kids are twelve thirteen and and I and sending appreciate it. Yeah. And you're thinking like it's okay, it's all in moderation. Yeah, it's all in moderation. Yeah, I didn't learn those lessons of moderation until I heard I was an idiot. Yeah, I school but, oh, that's Albert to or we close to the same age. I think we are. How old are you? I was born in ninety. I'm five years older than you. You were born in eighty-five. Yeah. Yes, I was. I thought you were. I thought maybe eighty nine. Nine hundred are young just turned twenty eight. This young you're in your twenties. Dabbling with the family look at you. Go excited about it, but it's, I don't know, teach on own, you know, everybody has their path the, I guess so. But I mean being in the world that you're in, you probably like grew up a lot faster than most people. I think just you had a career from such a young age? Yeah. It's an a name like looking looking back now. Absolutely. Yeah. Sped up the process. Yeah, my wife and I see process. That's another Canadian thing process Americans say process. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. Go Canadian. Does had to call you up for that? Well, you know what? The process for my wife and I well, we, we got engaged when I was nineteen. Oh, wow. So how nuts is that? Oh, that's romantic. Well, I knew, yeah, one hundred percent it was lowered for song was, was it like that for you in Sean which is which made my life? Hell that I had. It was love at first sight and that I had to go through a show of dating twenty five other guys. Of course it was terrible..

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"So many plugs, but whatever she's amazing. And she told me like before you eat a meal, take like three really. Deep breaths and then just like slowly chew your food and like enjoy every bite. And she goes, that alone keeps like it'll make you feel better when you finish and you also it will make your metabolism, go faster. Interesting. And stress eating will cause you to gain weight like so far eating when you're your breathing, your body, it's harder to digest everything. I'm going to do that. And I think every everything that anybody has ever said, I mean, there's obviously value to it, and I think I really need to make a change and and do it for for the better. I mean, I've got two little girls now and stuff like that and and forgot who just doesn't have a lot of time. No one really has time. Yeah, and that's kind of the big excuse of always said, yeah, but I'm, I'm ready to do it. I'll take the deep breaths. Yeah, we'll go hang out with Sean all. You know, I got to cut back on on some of the food that I tend to eat. I hear you just give yourself like a couple times. A week or one time a week to go and enjoy all that food. Yeah. And then while Sean, would you proud of me right now this? Yeah. Podcast. What's your vice. When it comes to food. I every or is it everything? I really love sushi. So I don't know if that's that. I don't know if it's about is about it depends what. Like all about salmon sashimi and like a veggie roll like that's like, like we, as I bet you. There's a lot of people out there would be like, what are you talking about? That's not a vice like I was thinking more like facilities breadsticks. Gotcha. Okay. Yeah, that's em pizza pizza. Yeah. Is popcorn bad for you because I love popcorn. No, no, it's not. It's actually not about snack, and I'll just get like light salt, no butter. Oh, yeah. I know I layer the butter. Yeah. No, that ain't okay. I didn't gonna to cut it. And for me, I love big goods. Do you like from crumbly to pies, cakes really to stuff like that. I'm not a fan of chocolate, but I love baking. If someone could good key lime pie. Yes, hundred percent of the cross through here in the south. It's like pecan pie. Everybody loves that stuff for. Oh, so you save on well, because people here make fun of me. I know my Canadian accent all the time like pecan pie. Hi. How are you doing? I'm so Canadian. So I have to. Here since two thousand twelve. Okay. Yeah, that's I'm the same way like I try and like blend now with the Americans just so that they don't call me out on certain things like, well, what was my other thing? Oh, like every time I order a coffee at Starbucks. I, if I say America, no. It's American. Oh, so now I just say things weird too. 'cause I'm like, I'll get an Americano. It'd be like when I say about, I like overdo it, I'm like, oh, yeah, I know what that's about you. You have to because everybody thinks you say boot. No one has ever said, never heard a boost. Never been a Canadian that said, you know, there's no due to boot it like, no one says that that commercial so good though it is. Boot it. I know I always listen for it like I can hear more now from being in the states awhile. I can really hear a Canadian accent, but it's still not not saying a boot. It's like a boat. And do you have a few Nashville 'isms that you take back to Canada that you're Canadian friends are like? Are you becoming a southerner on us or you becoming a heart once and then I immediately regretted bless your heart. Isn't that like, oh, that's that's well, I think it is. I think it's a diss here. It's like that person is so homely bless his heart or that person was such a was a bad singer. Bless his heart. Yeah, just people say. Sh- nobody don't bless his heart. My favorite though, is y'all y'all?.

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Mm the i'm leading interested in human psychology and also how i spend and think about life every day and how many people think about life every day and and when a scopped the poor trades i the my subjects are those people who suffered in a child food and how i would they broke through and so i'm leading interested what kind of a history in them will reflect on the surface of their faces either even if it's just a ring coal and if some people tend to smile more than the other or two tonnes some people tend to file more than the other and w flicked and develop their look in uh years and that will create what they look like but it just the surface so there is this something behind it but we try to figure out what's going on behind from the surface so that's a interesting part to study the face for me catch you it's been cell fascinating talking to you thank you so much for your time today thank you catch a hair tsuji is the special effects makeup artist behind some of hollywood's biggest transformations he turned gary oldman into winston churchill for the new filmed the darkest hour which hits theaters this friday you can he sees him of cash whose most famous faces over on facebook go to facebook page for q on cbc radio and check it out no do you remember when you moved away from home for the first time does usually the cycle you go through as soon as you head out on your own maybe you're really eager to leave it first is all you can really think about and then you start feeling a little bit homesick and then eventually you get used to your new place knees start to really like it and finally the comes that point when you go back home for the first time since he left and you realize just how much you miss the place where you grew up brett kissel knows what that's all about breakfast oil is a country music singer that left his hometown of flat lake alberta tiny community northeast badminton and settled down in nashville and music city you're gonna hear from brett himself in a minute about what he misses the most about flat lake now that he's gone.

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Yes it's a it's not the healthy job to do i cherry because it's a we are the first one to be onset end this start to prepare the makeup and ill usury that got four or five in the morning and act that comes in and we do a precondition ended during a day we have to be on set to watch actors and at the end of the day we come back through the makeup trailer and spend like our to remove the makeup and the up afterwards so we we are always decca first one and last one two div so you leave a shortly after the grain she you stop it can make a privacy go into visual art and you mentioned earlier gary oldman contact you he says he wants you to transform him into winston churchill for the filmed the darkest hour cosumes the conversation women having so far i have to figure that he said something pretty convincing to get you back in a he said they're biscuit he wanted to walk only me and if i'm not taking this job he won't take these job and that was enough to convince you on well i have to contemplate a lot because uh since i left a film industry uh two thousand twelve and i was focusing on this on finding odd sculptor and if i go back to the film industry i i was feeling like uh almost a guy cheating my life or to cheating my decision but at the same time i was thinking darkest hours.

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Men button but a few years ago at the height of all success the first call guy in hollywood kaszuba decides to leave the film industry it'll tell you why but he has of starting a new career as a visual artist he peers though he say goodbye to the film industry forever for one day he gets a call from gary oldman gary oldman the actor tells kazu he's thinking of taking on the role of winston churchill in a film called the darkest hour i want to point out if you if you haven't if you don't have google nearby can't look this up gary oldman looks nothing nothing like winston churchill so gary says he's only gonna take the role if 'casou returns to transform him into the legendary british prime minister catches has yes and then he joins me from studio in los angeles to talk about just how you sculpt actors like gary oldman into real works of art take a listen so outside of turning gary oldman into winston churchill you've transformed so many actors faces into someone completely different than their own i'm thinking about brad pitt and benjamin button i'm thinking of just gordon levitt who you turned into bruce willis in some ways in luper so i wanted to write off the bat though when you get given a project what's the first thing you think of when you're trying to change a person's face uh well most of the time but i i i being asked to do a likeness and likeness is one of the most uh difficult makeup to do because every time they bring your actor which is where known and they want me to turn this person in someone else and most of the time the proportion is so different ended did just they don't look like each other at all so the first thing i do is i just study both faces and try to figure out what i can do to make this person to the other person and uh the difficult part is not just a painting it's a three dimensional so they have to act in it they will be shooting every angle of the face but i can them make a mask on them because they have to talk and act with figure.

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"We it was it was absolutely sincere between the two of us we we had we had three weeks of rehearsal time before the film started rolling to get to get us up to up to to snuff uh with with each other uh we worked with the dance choreographer on to actually work at a particular seeing in hand not giving anything away and generate yet you assumes visit a cardiac iffy episode so what was so valuable during that time was on establishing a relationship and and trust for each other um we had a lot of downtime during those three weeks of rehearsal where we would sit and and chat and laughing cry together and shower secrets and our insecurities and you know and it would through that through that trust was built and and by the time the cameras rolled we had a deep affection for each other and and um you know an app and the the fear we both had was was boot were the love scenes in the bathroom when when she would come in and drop for the first time yet i am you know that's a very vulnerable thing for for any accurate go through um so during those scenes especially i asked her i said out now between takes if you wanna stay right here in in an embrace i'm happy that you would do whatever you want whatever makes you comfortable so she opted to do that so we um geiger i we sheet we just i just a door sally hawkins i always will now and and we at we went through a lot together and and and the bondi sawn film i think is genuine i wanna ask a little bit about the practicality of this role and i and i don't wanna go into tuesday's any specifics here but i want to give people the idea that one eight when i see the doug played the feb mandic this monster in the shape of water it's not like he painted his face blue that's it is it's the hill it's not like he's wearing a threepiece suit with a blue phase lugano of a monster this really is i what is the laborious process of just not looking like an amphibian man becoming an amphibian man her um.

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"brett kissel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"brett kissel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Ida i will never is an introduction i hope i can live up to this has this but it's true you have played and a lot of different monsters but this is your first romantic lead as a monster how different is that feel this is true and it does feel different yes uh because you know i'm i'm a i'm kind of a character reactor any way on my without makeup on a kind of a group you tall skinny boy and no one ever ever wants to see me get romantic on film and let alone and a fish suit so i thought this is going to be a challenge this is this was it was a daunting yes the because there was gear move presented is to me we working on crimson peak of the timing ten january of 2014 and he called me to his office on a day off and just had to have a private talk with him heap he and he said ah y'all i'm gonna tell you about this movie i wanna do after is i want to play the creature are the the all the usual if nothing new so far because this was this would be my sixth film with him and my and i also was a recurring on his tv series the strain so so we been through an awful lot to get an last twenty years so so this talk wasn't wasn't a peculiar at all yet until he said dougie you're going to be the romantic leading man of this movie and i want to check with you i know you're good catholic minority make sure you're gonna be okay with us mua how how pat could it be guillermo and you're going to get it on a get it on a a slick no how does that look with the fishermen land will be on bathtub in a bath okay.

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