…So have Crest White Strips gone up in sale yet?

…So have Crest White Strips gone up in sale yet?

Interviewer: If you weren’t an actor, what do you think you’d be doing?Andrew Rannells: Always my fallback is, y’know, I’m gonna move to a Port town and open a scone shop. I live by Amy’s Bread and I always think, like, let’s make scones. Y’know, sometimes after a particularly bad audition I think, “You know what? It’s time to open that scone shop.”Interviewer: It’s something to fall back on.Andrew Rannells: Yeah, let’s get baking. I don’t even bake! [x] 

Interviewer: If you weren’t an actor, what do you think you’d be doing?
Andrew Rannells: Always my fallback is, y’know, I’m gonna move to a Port town and open a scone shop. I live by Amy’s Bread and I always think, like, let’s make scones. Y’know, sometimes after a particularly bad audition I think, “You know what? It’s time to open that scone shop.”
Interviewer: It’s something to fall back on.
Andrew Rannells: Yeah, let’s get baking. I don’t even bake! [x

Rory O’Malley: As Catholics we, y’know, I was raised to believe that I was really drinking blood and eating the body.
Nikki M. James: You really believed that?
Rory O’Malley: Well, that was truly the belief. Like, when I had my first communion that is, it’s like,  it’s not a symbol it is truly drinking blood.
Andrew Rannells: If you don’t believe that, you’re a Lutheran.
Rory O’Malley: And that’s true, that is the difference. 
Andrew Rannells: I was like, “I don’t believe that.” And he’s like, “Well, then you’re a Lutheran.” And I was like, “Oh, okay. Sorry Father Tom!

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Interviewer: When does it become a point, though, in your life as a performer where you say, I mean, you had to make the decision, right? You can’t keep going down the route of the performer if you want to try something else.Casey Nicholaw: Well, basically, I can tell you exactly when it happened. I was in Seussical. I was in a purple yarn suit sitting in a cage, and I said, “I have to do something else!” [x]

Interviewer: When does it become a point, though, in your life as a performer where you say, I mean, you had to make the decision, right? You can’t keep going down the route of the performer if you want to try something else.
Casey Nicholaw: Well, basically, I can tell you exactly when it happened. I was in Seussical. I was in a purple yarn suit sitting in a cage, and I said, “I have to do something else!” [x]

Interviewer: Do you have a special skill that we don’t know about?Rory O’Malley: I do. I have a very, very special skill indeed. I call it ‘The Rubber Hands’. Yes, I can make my hands look like they’re made of rubber. [x]

Interviewer: Do you have a special skill that we don’t know about?
Rory O’Malley: I do. I have a very, very special skill indeed. I call it ‘The Rubber Hands’. Yes, I can make my hands look like they’re made of rubber. [x]

Interviewer: You were that freaky little nerd-kid, right?Josh Gad: I was a very, very nerdy, disturbing child. I had no friends. I had nobody who loved me, but here I am.Interviewer: And you used it to your advantage.Josh Gad: Yes I did. And here I am, all you bullies in South Florida. I told you. I told I’d be here. [x] 

Interviewer: You were that freaky little nerd-kid, right?
Josh Gad: I was a very, very nerdy, disturbing child. I had no friends. I had nobody who loved me, but here I am.
Interviewer: And you used it to your advantage.
Josh Gad: Yes I did. And here I am, all you bullies in South Florida. I told you. I told I’d be here. [x


Interviewer: Andrew, your character is obsessed with a certain town in Florida. So, we just have to ask you: Have you ever been to Orlando?Andrew Rannells: I have been to Orlando. Although, it was a long time ago. Um, I don’t really…I enjoyed Orlando, I think it has a lot to offer people.Interviewer: Why is your character obsessed with it?Andrew Rannells: Well, y’know, it’s the Mormon notion that the afterlife is what you make it. So, what my character believes is that his ideal version of heaven would be Orlando.

Interviewer: Andrew, your character is obsessed with a certain town in Florida. So, we just have to ask you: Have you ever been to Orlando?
Andrew Rannells: I have been to Orlando. Although, it was a long time ago. Um, I don’t really…I enjoyed Orlando, I think it has a lot to offer people.
Interviewer: Why is your character obsessed with it?
Andrew Rannells: Well, y’know, it’s the Mormon notion that the afterlife is what you make it. So, what my character believes is that his ideal version of heaven would be Orlando.


Josh Gad: (on the names he calls Nabulungi) The very last name that I called her one night, I looked at her and I go, “Oh, Sharon.” And they were, like, “No.” I called her Nathan Lane one night.Rory O’Malley: Uh, Next to Normal. He called her Next to Normal.Interviewer: That’s amazing!Josh Gad:  Called her Next to Normal. [x]

Josh Gad: (on the names he calls Nabulungi) The very last name that I called her one night, I looked at her and I go, “Oh, Sharon.” And they were, like, “No.” I called her Nathan Lane one night.
Rory O’Malley: Uh, Next to Normal. He called her Next to Normal.
Interviewer: That’s amazing!
Josh Gad: 
 Called her Next to Normal. [x]


Interviewer: "Obviously, your show is expected to do very well tonight. Were you expecting to win?"Trey Parker: "We’ve been around long enough, and been in enough award shows to know that it’s very easy to lose to Phil Collins at any time. So no, we weren’t really expecting anything." [x]

Interviewer: "Obviously, your show is expected to do very well tonight. Were you expecting to win?"
Trey Parker: "We’ve been around long enough, and been in enough award shows to know that it’s very easy to lose to Phil Collins at any time. So no, we weren’t really expecting anything." [x]


"I didn’t expect to be standing up here tonight, and I tried to write a speech, but it felt silly." [x]

"I didn’t expect to be standing up here tonight, and I tried to write a speech, but it felt silly." [x]