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February 26, 2024 60 mins

All three of Sly Stallone's daughters are KNOCKOUTS inside and out. Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet Stallone join us to share some 'Over The Top' stories about life with their dad. What is it like to date when your dad is one of the greatest action heroes of all time? Why would boyfriends show up to their house with resumes and headshots?? Did things get a little 'Rocky' while shooting their reality show? Not only do the Stallone sisters dish on their dad, they talk about meeting Kate and Oliver when their father co-starred in "Tango and Cash." 

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Speaker 1 (00:05):
Hi, I am Kate Hudson and my name is Oliver Hudson.

Speaker 2 (00:08):
We wanted to do something that highlighted our.

Speaker 1 (00:11):
Relationship and what it's like to be siblings. We are
a sibling.

Speaker 3 (00:20):
Railval No, no, sibling, you don't do that with your mouth, revelry.

Speaker 1 (00:33):
That's good. Hello, and welcome to movie phone. Remember that,
Hello and welcome to gosh movie he well, movie phone.

Speaker 2 (00:50):
I loved movie phone back when we used to see
movies in a theater.

Speaker 1 (00:55):
How about that? But it was so exciting to call
because the phone call and was like hello, I welcome
to movie pout. You're like, okay, we're gonna It's exciting
to hear the times and all the different ds that
are out there and where they're playing, and then you.

Speaker 2 (01:08):
Knew if they were sold out then thirty showing of.

Speaker 1 (01:12):
I was just in a car with the kids the
other day and I said, because they're like, what's the
four one one? And it's like, you know, because they
know the lingo, but I said, do you know what
that means? And I'm like no, I like, do you
know what four one one is?

Speaker 4 (01:24):
Dead?

Speaker 1 (01:24):
No idea to explain? And I was tripping out. It's
like we used to call four one one and it's information, Well,
can you get me the number two?

Speaker 2 (01:34):
I was going to post this picture of me singing
at the lighthouse when I was like sixteen, Oh my gosh,
and I have a pager.

Speaker 1 (01:42):
You do?

Speaker 2 (01:43):
And I was like, oh my god, one four three,
or like when there's all kinds of different.

Speaker 1 (01:49):
There was a yeah, it was like one eight seven,
Well I'm going to kill you, one four three.

Speaker 2 (01:56):
I think there was like one two one, which was like,
you know, what's up?

Speaker 1 (01:59):
Right? Then there was four one one it's like, what's up?
What's what's stean? What are we doing? Right? And then
you could spell boobs. Remember that the numbers eight it
was eight zero zero eight, and then turn it upside
down or something yeah, five, oh, yes, that's right.

Speaker 2 (02:19):
Oh. Pagers were so I don't want to bring the
pager back. I think it would be great for everyone's
mental health.

Speaker 1 (02:24):
Probably.

Speaker 2 (02:25):
I think we should all have pagers. Get to the
selfe get rid of the cell phone, and bring back payphones.
Like pulling over the side.

Speaker 1 (02:32):
Of the road.

Speaker 2 (02:33):
I mean, oh my god.

Speaker 1 (02:34):
Brian, first, sorry, I had had a phone service. His pager.
When you called his pager, he had a woman answering
the phone, and it was she goes, how could he afford?
I have no idea, but this person it was some
sort of service and he can tell her how to
answer it. So you'd call the pager and some woman

(02:56):
who probably hated her job, was like Brian's pager chilling.
That's what he made her say, Brian's pager chilling, just
totally hating it. And then you tell her what to say,
and then she would text or send it to Brian's pager.

Speaker 2 (03:15):
Did pagers have texting on? Sometimes you could scroll numbers,
maybe the next iteration of the page, like a version
of yeah, yeah, yeah, I don't remember that. I just
remember numbers. I remember I had a hot pink pager.

Speaker 1 (03:31):
Yeah, that's kind of like see through those ones see
through hot. I think they were panasonics.

Speaker 2 (03:37):
I was so cool with my hot pink paper. Yeah, no,
I know until Sarah Foster was like, so there's like
maybe you should stop shopping at the gap.

Speaker 1 (03:48):
So she said, I'll never get it.

Speaker 2 (03:52):
I was like, what's wrong with the gap? I would
wear like matching boxers and like T shirts, got the
Boxer game, Yeah, Boxers t shirt, the Pocket Team Oliver
I'm glad we haven't talked in a while, we haven't
had a catch up, I know, and you've had you
had Oh my god. It the biggest week.

Speaker 1 (04:12):
Whole life, even bigger than rider being or being worn.
I mean, honestly, probably bigger than that. Shut up.

Speaker 2 (04:23):
It's up there, well, it definitely, it definitely is up
there with a like bucket list moment, but also just
like a very I'm not a fan of the word cathartic,
but like profoundly cathartic week of my life, yeah, which
all sort of is like over two and a half

(04:43):
years of work culminated into these like two days really
like eight days of this rush to rehearse a show
and then mix and master my album and uh. And
then on the same day was the show and the
end of all of our mixing, which felt like I

(05:08):
can't even explain it. I felt as exhausted as I
did after having a child, Like I literally felt like
I need I needed like three days.

Speaker 1 (05:17):
Of nothing, yeah, to decompress.

Speaker 2 (05:20):
Yeah, And I just cried and cried and cried. I
couldn't stop crying.

Speaker 1 (05:23):
After not after the show, like after the show, after.

Speaker 2 (05:26):
The album, the whole thing. I just was like I
just literally could not stop crying.

Speaker 1 (05:31):
Oh so good?

Speaker 2 (05:33):
Did you have fun?

Speaker 4 (05:34):
You and so well?

Speaker 2 (05:35):
You were the only one who's like, I have one criticism.

Speaker 1 (05:41):
Oh my god. I was like, there's just one thing.

Speaker 2 (05:46):
Well it was awesome, so fun things it was so
it was so great and let me question. And the
single came out and yeah, talk about love and it's like,
I'm talking about great response.

Speaker 1 (05:59):
I know, but I've been trying to post this thing
with the song and I can't buy it. I don't
know on iTunes. I can stream it, I just can't
buy it. But hold on, Okay. An album is a
full album. A record is a single. Yes, it's a
single song a record. The record is a single. A

(06:21):
record is basically an album of the year is like
the whole body, and then the record of the year
is just us. It's not song of the year.

Speaker 2 (06:31):
The song of the year is the song writing record
of the year. This is what Meryl Streep and and
Mark did on stage. Meryl's whole stick was like album
of the Year, and he's like, no, no, We're actually
doing Record of the Year. She's like, okay, record album,
you know, but but yeah, that that's so so record

(06:52):
of the year is like, you know, the production and
the engineer, the whole thing that puts the single. Yeah,
like Flowers, it's her engineer, it's her producers, it's the
mixing engineer, the songwriters, the song of the ear is

(07:14):
the songwriter.

Speaker 1 (07:15):
So what if hold on, what if? What if I'm
talking about a song and I'm gonna say, oh, guy,
I love that record and my time about one song? Yes,
I mean I mean if I don't want to say
I love that song of like, oh, that record is
the ship.

Speaker 2 (07:32):
I mean, you can say that and I.

Speaker 1 (07:34):
Think that people might think I'm talking about the whole album.

Speaker 2 (07:37):
Right right, or you can say that track.

Speaker 1 (07:41):
I'll just say song.

Speaker 4 (07:44):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (07:45):
Record is like you know, because it's also like the record,
you know, it's like you look at a record. Yeah,
And so the point of of like the single meaning
the record is like when you put a single out
and you have like a single vinyl and it she
was like one time, It's like that's the rec that's
a record.

Speaker 1 (08:01):
One song, and then an EP is multiple songs.

Speaker 2 (08:06):
An EP is basically something like yeah, it's EP is like.

Speaker 1 (08:11):
A what does EP stand for? Extra Personal?

Speaker 2 (08:17):
I don't even know what what.

Speaker 1 (08:18):
Does e P stand for?

Speaker 4 (08:19):
Dan?

Speaker 1 (08:19):
You know, EP executive?

Speaker 2 (08:22):
Maybe you know, maybe it's like l P is like
a full of and an EP is like half a P.
I don't know.

Speaker 1 (08:36):
That's a really good p. E P Hold on real quick?
Extended play is.

Speaker 2 (08:41):
EP extended play? That's good, Oliver.

Speaker 1 (08:46):
Yeah, we got the we got we got the ladies
in the waiting.

Speaker 2 (08:48):
Yeah, this is kind of fun. I actually remember. I
remember the girls when they were really, really, really little,
and it's going to be fun to talk to them.
They have a show out called The Family Stallone Stallone,
Family Stallone. The Family Stallone is their second season. They've
been doing the old reality show.

Speaker 1 (09:12):
Situation Crush Crush the reality show.

Speaker 2 (09:15):
These girls are absolutely gorgeous.

Speaker 1 (09:17):
We love their pops.

Speaker 2 (09:18):
He's fun our.

Speaker 1 (09:19):
Pops loves our pops. They did Tango and Cash.

Speaker 2 (09:22):
Yeah, and I love their mom. I remember Jennifer so
well growing up, and she was always so sweet and
quite close to my age. So I'm just kidding, no,
but their mom's awesome, and I'm excited to talk to them.

Speaker 1 (09:44):
Let's do it. Yeah, Hello, what's happening?

Speaker 4 (09:54):
How are you guys?

Speaker 2 (09:55):
So good? I feel like I haven't seen you in
five million, thousand years honestly.

Speaker 4 (10:00):
Trying to think back of the last time we saw.
I must have been there.

Speaker 5 (10:02):
I remember seeing you at this event and my mom
told me that she used to babysit you as a kid.

Speaker 1 (10:11):
Yes, that's right, I was.

Speaker 2 (10:16):
I was just saying how awesome your mom is on
our little intro and how much I've always loved her.

Speaker 4 (10:21):
She's the best you all the time.

Speaker 1 (10:24):
She really is.

Speaker 2 (10:26):
Well, we know we know your parents really well because
we grew up obviously around your pops, But you guys
weren't even a thought yet. So let's go through this.
First of all, I mean give it. Let's give your
names and whose number like who's the oldest, right.

Speaker 1 (10:45):
And who's the and who's the best Sophia?

Speaker 5 (10:50):
Right?

Speaker 1 (10:51):
So go through, do the names, your age, and and
and who you think. If you think you're the best.

Speaker 4 (10:57):
You're trying to start a fight.

Speaker 1 (10:58):
I'll just give you a terrible I would just be honest,
and then and then after that, I'd say, who's the worst.

Speaker 2 (11:06):
Answer is going to be okay, ready, oldest?

Speaker 4 (11:11):
Okay, I'm the oldest Sophia at twenty seven, and I
actually do think I'm the best. I think I'm just
the must nursing one in the group. But I think
the worst is I'm feeling kind of antsy today, so
I'm going to say Sustine because she's just bothering me
a little bit. I have voted yourself the worst today.
You've been in a terrible mooding me earlier.

Speaker 5 (11:34):
I'm both giving me looks at one another because they're like,
oh God, she's so annoying.

Speaker 1 (11:38):
They're both they are that.

Speaker 5 (11:41):
I think I'm the best at this point because I'm
not in that drama.

Speaker 6 (11:46):
I'm the middle. I'm twenty five. My name is Sustine
the best. I'm going to give it to Scarlet. I'm
going to give it to Scarlet because it's the baby.

Speaker 4 (11:57):
The baby.

Speaker 2 (11:57):
The right of the baby is always the best by default, anyway,
I know, like, how can you just not sail the Baby's.

Speaker 5 (12:05):
The sense of me creating so much drama growing up
and being such a rascal growing up and then finally
getting to an age where I've stopped doing that and
I've more been a peacemaker for both.

Speaker 1 (12:17):
Of them.

Speaker 4 (12:21):
The worst.

Speaker 1 (12:22):
But anyway, so Scarlett, how old are you, Scarlet?

Speaker 5 (12:25):
I'm twenty one.

Speaker 1 (12:28):
You guys are all in your twenty I know, well,
hold on, Scarlet, what happened with the transition from Rascal?
Which you know? Asshole?

Speaker 4 (12:36):
Right?

Speaker 1 (12:37):
Were you like an asshole? Okay?

Speaker 5 (12:38):
Asshole? Growing up? I used to like my sister's heroin I.
When they slept, I used to always bite them. I
used to pull a lot of pranks, like I used
to clog every toilet in the house and then flush
one so they all exploded.

Speaker 4 (12:56):
Oh.

Speaker 5 (12:56):
When my dad was on a yogurt diet, I like
all of his yogurt because he was like in the
bodybuilding like era, so he was super obsessed with.

Speaker 2 (13:06):
When has your dad ever not been in his bodybuilding era?
I'm just curious.

Speaker 4 (13:10):
Yeah, he goes through phases of being addicted to one
thing very intetively. Like one year was all snapple, all snaple.

Speaker 5 (13:17):
He gets addicted. So this time was like cartons and
cartons of yogurt, and I would take all of that
yogurt for it on the kitchen floor and then slippy
slide down it naked.

Speaker 1 (13:28):
Oh my, like my experience. And then wait a minute,
so then what happened? I mean, you're twenty one is
not like you you know, you're like thirty eight like
still doing Yeah? Are you still doing this? Yeah?

Speaker 5 (13:40):
I mean I realized that, you know, slipping down naked
and yogurt was not really for me anymore. I thought
it was a little immature, so I decided to just
kind of grow up.

Speaker 4 (13:51):
I'll tell you, Little Skirl has a boyfriend now that
is a lot calmer than she is, and he kind
of told her, and that's why she thinks she's home
one because Stein and I are single, so I'm always
asking what's wrong with us? We don't have anyone?

Speaker 2 (14:02):
But so so the BS kind of balanced everything else.

Speaker 5 (14:07):
Yeah, it really Yeah, he really balanced me. He kind
of tooks because I'm so high up, like I'm very
crazy and he's very calm. So he's definitely just calmed
me down. He made me want to settle down, and
that's good.

Speaker 2 (14:30):
So now question whose decision was it to do a
reality show? Were you guys, were you approached to do
this or was this something you guys thought of.

Speaker 6 (14:42):
This has been something that has come up a lot
in our family since I was like twelve. We actually
shot a pilot for a show, I think when I
was fourteen, and we watched the pilot back and we
were absolutely mortified. We said we cannot do this. We
were we were born, we were awkward middle schoolers. We

(15:03):
didn't know how to be people on camera. It just
didn't The timing is not right, I think was what's
interesting and alluring about our family is not a lot
of people know much about us. They don't know our dynamic.
They don't know how funny my dad is. They don't
know how goofy my mom is. They just sort of see,
you know, these old red carpet pictures. So the idea
of doing a reality show kind of came back up.

(15:24):
I would say I accidentally purposely sparked that idea, and
I was really shocked to find out that everyone was
very much on board.

Speaker 2 (15:32):
Oh that's cool, Yeah, because the thing is that we are.
It's true your dad, your people don't realize how he's so.
I mean, you have kind of obviously what you think
this lie is. But the reality is is that he's
so crazy smart and really funny. Yeah, I mean, so
sharp and so witty and obsessed.

Speaker 4 (15:57):
Because I think that also the appeal of it was
he is the people's person in a way. With all
of his characters, a lot of them are you know,
they relate to him on a human level, and I
think that having this reality show has been really you know,
instrumental and like kind of like elaborating that more because
he is really personal. He's goofy, he's weird. And it's
also funny to see this guy that's, you know, supposed

(16:20):
to be the badass, villain, hero whatever, you can visualize
him as as a dad for three girls and a
Catney Mabel. It's just it's funny, it's polarizing. It's been great,
and it's funny because at first I think he was
most resistant about it because of course it's new territory,
like this is the first time it's been nonscripted. But actually,

(16:42):
out of August came on. This guy really love dance,
Like he goes off.

Speaker 1 (16:48):
He love it. Oh wow, yeah, because I was going
to ask that was one of my questions was like,
how did you get your dad to do this? Being
sort of the icon that he is, which is which
almost speaks to what a good dude he is, essentially
being like I don't give a fuck. I give a fuck,
I'm an icon. I sow the fuck what I'm gonna
do it. I'm gonna do a cool reality show with
my with my daughters. Yeah.

Speaker 6 (17:10):
No, he's definitely reached that point in his career where
he doesn't need to do this. He's simply doing it
because I would say two reasons he loves us. Of course,
second reason is my mom and him were talking and
they were really debating whether they want to do the
show or not. And my dad said, you know what, Jennifer,
our kids moved out. Scarlett goes to college, Sophie and

(17:31):
Systein live in New York. This would be a really
good excuse to have them around all the time, like
had eleven months out of the year, and they said,
he goes, I'll do anything just to be around my daughter.
So he said, okay, yeah, well that was an easy
Not that we don't hang out with him.

Speaker 4 (17:46):
You're acting like we'd never see that, Like you know,
we were so close.

Speaker 5 (17:49):
We don't we're not. We're not around being honest with you,
like we're not with them twenty four to seven. And
I think that when we started shooting the show, we
actually spent so much time together and we never really
get to hang out as a family at all. Like
I live in Miami again, they live in New York.
So this show really brought all of us back together,

(18:13):
and it kind of felt like, you know, shooting a
little bit of a home video in a way, and
I wanted to. I was really nervous to do it
at first because I'm very private and doing it actually
like kind of made me step out of my comfort
zone completely. But I love having the footage because I
can look back on it and be like, when I
have it's in a family one day, I will be like,

(18:35):
oh my god, let me show you.

Speaker 1 (18:36):
Yeah, how do you guys structure it? Meaning Miami, New York, LA?
How do you come together? And how does that all work?

Speaker 5 (18:45):
The shooting is a really hard process because everyone is
so far apart from each other. However, you make the dates,
you make the times, and we all have to meet
up in one location. Like I'm a full time college
student as well, so I would have to go like
in between my classes, I would have to you know,
fly to New York for two days, come back like
it was. It's a lot of traveling. Like the show's

(19:08):
a huge commitment. And that's why we get to see
each other so much as well, is because no matter
what we're doing in life, no matter because we're all
on so different paths, and we're all we all have
a very busy schedule. So we see each other twenty
four to seven now because well like see each other
twenty four seven in a way where we see each
other in like a three day spam and then we

(19:29):
have to do it again like next week.

Speaker 1 (19:31):
Yeah, it's great, it's great. I think it's relatable. I
mean because Kate and I, you know, we live ten
minutes from each other, but before we started this podcast,
we wouldn't really even hang out or see each other much.
She was busier, I was busy or whatever. But having
something to do together that is an outlet. That is
something that we get to hang We get to hang out.
I mean, I mean, aside fund the success of your

(19:54):
show or our podcast, the great benefit from it is
us being able to sort of be together right now
and hanging out out.

Speaker 6 (20:01):
We discussed that all the time. Actually, we are always plotting. Okay,
when we have kids, we have to call each other
they get pregnant, and then we have to have houses
next to each other, like my mom. First your best friends,
and I really do believe that.

Speaker 4 (20:15):
I I don't know what I would do without these
two maniacs. In my life.

Speaker 6 (20:21):
But it's so important, I think, to stay close and
it's hard when you see, like a lot of siblings
aren't that close. So refreshing to see that you guys
still have that dynamic or always had that dynamic.

Speaker 2 (20:31):
Yeah, we're all super cold. What would you say the
dynamic is between the three.

Speaker 1 (20:35):
Yeah.

Speaker 6 (20:36):
Sophia will probably describe herself as like mother. Hen she's
like high strung, she knows what she's want.

Speaker 4 (20:42):
She's vergo mentality. She very much goes made.

Speaker 1 (20:46):
You just made a strong You are strung.

Speaker 4 (20:49):
Your voice just went up ten octives. You are.

Speaker 6 (20:52):
She's very much like orderly. If it's her way, it's
it's no way. And then Scarlet is like I like
to call her the Tasmanian Devil and like the most
endearing way ever because she's spontaneous, she's unexpected, but she
brings so much fun in life and humor into our life.

Speaker 4 (21:11):
Yeah. But way I think it's interesting is that you're
gonna describe family because she is pretty much both of us.
So sus Seine's really you know, close with we Scarla
and I are because I'm the oldest and she's the youngest.
It is a different time I think it's.

Speaker 5 (21:24):
Always been like. Growing up, Sophia and I were Sophia
was like, since she's so motherly and since she's always
been like that, and I was the youngest, she loved
the mother me as a kid, I hated following directions.
I hated I love doing the opposite of what my
whole family said, Like I would always break her few,
I would always be like the wild child. So Sophia

(21:47):
wanted that hold on me as well. And I always
get so mad and I'm like, you're not. My mom's a.

Speaker 4 (21:52):
Kid at balancing between the both of us, I mean,
we were all close by. Sustine is pretty much the mediator,
like she's best friends of Scar in that way, because
she can relate to that crazy side and then she
relates to me in other ways.

Speaker 5 (22:04):
Was also she was like the second Tasmania devil.

Speaker 4 (22:09):
You are like that, that's just Charlotte.

Speaker 6 (22:11):
The difference is you get caught and I don't.

Speaker 5 (22:17):
Syndrome though, oh right.

Speaker 2 (22:21):
Babies can get the baby can get away with anything,
baby with.

Speaker 4 (22:24):
Everything, you too, you go to a shut up. The
only one that got the most ship in the family
was me. I got to do nothing growing up, and then.

Speaker 1 (22:30):
Also why because they tested everything on you first and
then they got lenient.

Speaker 2 (22:35):
Right.

Speaker 1 (22:35):
Yeah, very My parents were well the opposite. They were strict,
very so strict.

Speaker 6 (22:40):
By the time Scarlett got into high school, all the
rules went out the door. But it was curfew at
ten pm, and my dad would stay up. He would literally,
I would always say, like I'd see him in his
bathroom with the light on him, like, oh, shoot, it's five.

Speaker 4 (22:54):
We're in trouble.

Speaker 6 (22:55):
Like no boyfriends, no dating until we were almost eighteen.
We couldn't driven till we were eighteen.

Speaker 4 (23:01):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (23:01):
Really, Wow, he's crazier than I am.

Speaker 6 (23:05):
By the way, if this describes the three of us,
Sophie and I never got a detention in our life.

Speaker 5 (23:11):
I've gone I think I've gone probably fifteen detentions and
got an award for being like great students, and my
mom you were the first to not get it.

Speaker 1 (23:25):
Wow.

Speaker 2 (23:35):
Do you find that when the cameras are on that
you are nicer to each other, or that you get
a little bit more heightened?

Speaker 1 (23:45):
You can't help but be somewhat performative, even if it's authentic,
like it's just natural.

Speaker 6 (23:50):
I think season one it was such a shock having
a crew of fifteen people in your kitchen before you
had coffee, and then cameras in your room every day,
and we were almost just a little bit shell shocked,
and so it was very natural for our shoulders to
go up. And I think we tried to be perfect
and say the right thing all the time and and
look perfect all the time.

Speaker 5 (24:10):
Like whenever I cost, I go oh my, oh God,
and I when it comes to cussing.

Speaker 6 (24:15):
We just finished filming season two and at that point,
I mean a haul broke lose.

Speaker 4 (24:20):
We stopped caring. We just were completely ourselves.

Speaker 6 (24:22):
And that's why I think people are going to really
enjoy this more authentic version of ourselves.

Speaker 4 (24:28):
Very funny. It did take some practice.

Speaker 6 (24:29):
My dad actually said at one point halfway through filming
the first season, he goes, you know, it's dangerous filming
this show. Well, we don't even reckon or we don't
even acknowledge that there are people with cameras in here anymore.

Speaker 2 (24:41):
Right when you kind of forget that they're there exactly.

Speaker 5 (24:43):
Yeah, Like the first time shooting was really difficult.

Speaker 1 (24:46):
But it's so yeah, so interesting because you know, obviously
your dad's been in the business for a thousand years,
but doing a reality show where you have just been
natural on camera, like did he take it? Even adjustment
for him where he's like, wait a minute, what the
fuck is this? Like this there any lines or what?
Do you just keep telling?

Speaker 5 (25:01):
You know what he kept doing. He kept looking into
the camera and start talking to the camera. Every scene
he would go, that's what I'm saying, and we go,
you're not allowed to do that.

Speaker 6 (25:16):
Don't break fourth wall. You're not supposed to break fourth wall.
You're supposed to act like they're not there, and just kind.

Speaker 5 (25:21):
Of kee he did.

Speaker 4 (25:22):
He did say shooting a reality show was almost as
hard as shooting a normal movie because you have to
think of things on the spot. And he isn't like
good at that, but he's like, I didn't realize how
frequent you know, you're you're shooting not just for twenty minutes,
you're shooting for an hour straight of conversation and it
has to be entertaining for a full hour. And so
he was like, that was a very very big adjustment,

(25:44):
I think for all of us, but.

Speaker 1 (25:44):
For him he thought, wow, yeah, I mean it's like,
you know, you got to sort of improv, improv to
then get you into a real moment essentially, you know,
because you have to create something.

Speaker 2 (25:55):
We would be so bad. No, that's all true, because
after a while you'd be like, I don't have the
energy for this.

Speaker 1 (26:06):
We just watching television.

Speaker 2 (26:12):
I'd literally be like, guys, I can't I don't have
it in me. I'm just going to watch the news.

Speaker 1 (26:18):
Correct me if I'm wrong. You have to create and
put yourself in scenarios and circumstances that are going to
bring on conversation. Meaning it's you're not going to hang
on your living room. It's like, oh, we're going to
go to blah blah blah blah blah today, like an
activity of something.

Speaker 2 (26:35):
Could you imagine if if the reality show over this Christmas?
Oh my gosh, we would have won reality show.

Speaker 4 (26:46):
We have this moment from now we go, Oh my god,
anyone for the camera on us. This would be.

Speaker 2 (26:50):
Oh, I know, I couldn't even imagine. It's like, also,
I guess my thing is is, once you do it right,
you kind of give that away. The producers are going
to come up with what they're going to come up with,
and you can't. Can your dad approve it?

Speaker 1 (27:06):
Yeah? Must yeah?

Speaker 4 (27:07):
Oh yeah, oh yeah yeah I'm saying creatives, he's not.
He's not here saying put me in anything. He's saying,
this is what's going on in my life here in
a film. That what's so great about Slides. He's such
a cinematic.

Speaker 6 (27:18):
Eye with everything, And even with this reality show, I've
never seen a show taped in such a kind of
gorgeous way. Like he's constantly talking to the editor, he's
talking to the cameraman, and he's giving them notes, and
then they do his notes and it just becomes this
beautiful whole movie. Like you guys, he really does add
like a really special flare to it.

Speaker 1 (27:40):
But what about final cut stuff? You know, because obviously
in editing they can create storylines, make you look one
way when you didn't do that. And you know, I mean,
given sort of the pedigree, I would assume that he
has to you have to approve what's going on.

Speaker 4 (27:57):
Yeah, of course, of course, oddly enough, we don't take
out that much. The only things, if anything, is things
that could be like misconstrued in like a very minor way.
We just like we get like hyper focus on like
those things. But truly, like a lot of this stuff
is more mapped out exactly how we want to see,
like what storylines each of us have, and then we'll
put us into situations, so it's more that but like

(28:18):
final edit, it's little things here and there, but overall
it's pretty much like been smooth sailing.

Speaker 2 (28:24):
How is your mama with is she? Is she open
and good with all of this.

Speaker 4 (28:29):
Or she's really good so good.

Speaker 5 (28:31):
I was actually surprised how natural she was because she
has such a like fun and crazy personality and then
as the camera shooter, they just they show it like
she just she gives it her all. She always says
that she's like the worst actress or anything, so that
just shows like how completely natural she is and just
genuine to it.

Speaker 4 (28:51):
She's the glue for the show. Really we haven't lost
our mind is because my mom is kept in sane
and also but she's so cute. She gets super super nervous.
I will say that, yeah.

Speaker 1 (29:02):
Oh really, like on shoot days she's kind of like
ship here we go, Oh.

Speaker 4 (29:06):
Like my hair looks flat, and I'm like, you couldn't
even look ugly if you got him bus look pretty
like this woman can can do no wrong. So she
she really is like the most special secret edition, Like
watching the show back. How much you know she impacts it?

Speaker 1 (29:24):
Yeah, I think I think we should create a storyline
where I'm doing an autograph signing it some shitty mall
and you girls are so excited to come get my autograph,
Like that's great, Oliver, And then your dad's Your dad's like,
who is this fucking.

Speaker 2 (29:43):
He's like, I'm your biggest fan, right, I bet he
knows you're a scratch golfer.

Speaker 1 (29:51):
Yeah, well he was at Mountain Gate. I don't know
if he's up there anymore, but that's I used to
play up there all the time. He see him up
there all the time.

Speaker 4 (29:56):
He misses it, yeah, he dies. And that was two
things he taught us. He the only two things I
want my daughters to.

Speaker 5 (30:01):
Know in life.

Speaker 4 (30:01):
How to swing a golf cup and how a shot put.

Speaker 1 (30:04):
That shot put.

Speaker 2 (30:06):
All of those were really really good.

Speaker 4 (30:09):
Shot very growing up, I don't know.

Speaker 6 (30:14):
And shot put was one of those things as we
were growing up that he was hyper fixated on. Every
YouTube video in his history was shot putters and did
every day before every day in school for like three years.

Speaker 4 (30:25):
We'd have to shop. When I say we do the spins,
we do the kickbacks.

Speaker 2 (30:28):
We don't.

Speaker 5 (30:30):
And we could.

Speaker 1 (30:31):
That's not that's not a great.

Speaker 2 (30:33):
We didn't wet a net, so you had like a
net and you just do like a We.

Speaker 5 (30:38):
Had like medicine, but we got these bright orange.

Speaker 4 (30:40):
Medicine measure with like a tape. See how far we
like improved it.

Speaker 2 (30:45):
I bet it's because of rotation and how important that is.
Did he make you do it both sides? Yeah? Yeah,
I bet that's why. I bet he's like and the rotation.
I guess it's all the power from your core and
your and your legs.

Speaker 1 (31:01):
Just do some bicycles.

Speaker 2 (31:03):
Now, it's different because you got to rotate it. Everything
help well.

Speaker 1 (31:10):
The same with golf.

Speaker 4 (31:11):
I mean you're onto something.

Speaker 1 (31:13):
I think it is.

Speaker 2 (31:14):
I think it has to do with power and like
leg into the into your core into the.

Speaker 4 (31:19):
Definitely helps the golf.

Speaker 1 (31:22):
The full body.

Speaker 5 (31:24):
Actually broke the record in our high school, right was it?
High school?

Speaker 4 (31:30):
I did well.

Speaker 5 (31:31):
He wanted us.

Speaker 4 (31:31):
He taught us everything. He taught us how to throw
a baseball, how to throw a punch, how to golf,
how to playpool, how to how to like he wanted
us to be the most active kids or something.

Speaker 1 (31:40):
Yeah that's great.

Speaker 2 (31:42):
So it sounds like he was really present.

Speaker 4 (31:44):
Yeah, he was.

Speaker 1 (31:45):
He was.

Speaker 4 (31:46):
My mom was present when when my dad was present.
This is when he was not working, because he would.
When we grew up, the the shoot dates were pretty crazy.
He'd be in Bulgaria for eight months.

Speaker 5 (31:57):
My mom she attended. We were all crazy athletes in
high school. We did every sport. My mom would show
up to every she was clearly with a flu and
she would be watching every single one of my basketball games.
And when it comes to driving to school, she's there
twenty four stevens. She doesn't care if she came back

(32:17):
from a work trip of it after a day she's driving.
She would get so mappy if I didn't let her
drive me to school.

Speaker 1 (32:23):
Yeah, I want. That's so great. You guys like explore
dating on the show. I know you have a boyfriend,
but like dudes on the show, Oh yeah.

Speaker 5 (32:35):
That all season two, Like, there's a lot of that.
I'm showing my boyfriend for the first time. Season two,
he's in it a lot, which was a very weird
experience for me.

Speaker 2 (32:47):
What was it like for him?

Speaker 5 (32:49):
He was okay. I was surprised because he was honestly
so good. But the first time he was telling me personally.
He goes, this is I've never been in this kind
of you know, lifestyle where there's you know, I come
to see your home for the first time in Los Angeles.
He goes, I'm seeing your home for the first time
and there's ninety cameras around me and fighting in this

(33:12):
and I'm getting miked before I even see your parents,
and like it's it was so weird for him. But
then after a couple of takes, he actually started getting
like very he started showing his personality and he was so.

Speaker 4 (33:25):
Into that's love, that's love, that's cute. I didn't want
to do it accidently said bye, I said bye. I
don't know.

Speaker 1 (33:33):
Oh really, Oh yeah, I know.

Speaker 4 (33:35):
It was like our biggest fife.

Speaker 6 (33:37):
Yeah, it was pretty bad. And then we're best friends.
So it was a disaster all around. But I will
say season two, the producers definitely said you gave us
nothing season one about your dating life. We are going
to exploit you season two. And ye, season two is
a lot of dating for me, a lot of kissing frog.

Speaker 2 (33:54):
Did they come on the show? Oh yeah, yeah, oh yeah,
that isn't that so weird? Oh we actually like go
on a date on the show.

Speaker 4 (34:04):
Well, I would like to say that I'm like a
I'm a pretty good dater. I'm good with date conversation.
I'm not good at day conversation. When there's a film
crew around me. I feel like the stakes just got
lifted so much.

Speaker 1 (34:18):
I was so right.

Speaker 6 (34:20):
Now everyone's seeing me like trying to put some riz
on this guy and trying to flirt, and it was
so embarrassing. I think I did okay, pretty Oh my gosh,
and I guess you didn't find love.

Speaker 4 (34:34):
No, yeah, I'm still single. If you're wondering, right, look,
anyone's single for her?

Speaker 1 (34:41):
Okay, Well this is this is so fun. I mean
what again. I just love that this is bringing you
guys together. I mean, yeah, yeah, that's the honestly the
important part. And I love that your dad is doing
it because he's like, fuck, I get to see my
to see my girls.

Speaker 6 (35:00):
I mean, we're so close anyway, and we never want
to do anything or bring any sort of job into
our life that doesn't add value or make it worth
it to us. So this show has been doing exactly that.
If at any point it was going to cause a
strain on our relationship as a family, I mean none
of us we'd all walk away.

Speaker 5 (35:19):
Yeah, well, we all made an agreement before show you did. Yeah,
we all were like, if we were all sitting at
the dinner table and we're all disgusting and we go,
if this actually causes like pure drama that divides our
family more, then we're not going to do it.

Speaker 1 (35:35):
Have you come close to that at all, Like where
it was like, oh shit, like this is kind of no.

Speaker 5 (35:42):
There's never been a time like that. There's been like
overwhelming situations where like one of us is like, oh
I don't know, blah blah blah, but then at the
end of the day, we all just stuck together. It's
kind of more of a mutual group.

Speaker 4 (35:55):
I think all of us unanimously agree that shooting has
been probably this has been probably one of the most
taxing things we've done because we're not shooting for three months.
We do shoot for like nine months straight and you
don't really do anything else. You're constantly traveling just back
and forth, and we're shooting a ton, And I think
that's the only thing is that we can really balance
our lives with like shooting as well. So that's what's
been our only probably you know, are we wanting to

(36:17):
do this again? But other than that, it's been with
our mental health and stuff, it's been good.

Speaker 2 (36:22):
Yeah, that's so great. It's so fun. It's so interesting
how different today is. And you know the fact that
your dad is even inter would even entertain a reality
show is so surprising to me because he's had such
he's done such amazing work in his life and still

(36:44):
continues to. It's like to do a reality show, you know,
as as your dad probably would say, like if you
did that twenty years ago or fifteen years ago, if
he did something like that, it would be considered like
the end of someone's career, Like when I first started
it acting, and I'm you know, obviously your dad could
be my dad, but like when I when I when

(37:08):
I started acting, I couldn't you couldn't do a commercial
or else. They'd be like.

Speaker 1 (37:15):
Her career is over.

Speaker 2 (37:18):
Oh yeah no, it was like you're either an actor
and that's what you do.

Speaker 1 (37:22):
And specific you couldn't do TV if you if you're
a movie during your TV they're like, I mean I
never knew.

Speaker 4 (37:31):
I don't know that that considered Yeah.

Speaker 1 (37:33):
No, Now there were no streamers, there was no good TV.
It was like CBS, NBC, ABC, you know what I mean. Well,
there was good TV.

Speaker 2 (37:40):
It was just sitcom, yeah, meaning like not like the
one hour single care where there's.

Speaker 1 (37:47):
You know, you can say and do anything you want
there like.

Speaker 5 (37:52):
Different kinds of famous. Nowadays, I feel like if you
want to act, you're also going to model. You're also
going to be a dreamer on Twitch, like you're gonna
do like so many things, even with social media. So
in today's like society, you'll see like an actor, but
they're also doing like five different things like running business
and doing their own clothing brand.

Speaker 1 (38:14):
Like they're literally describing.

Speaker 4 (38:18):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (38:19):
But but but I guess what I'm trying to say
is that it's hard to get out of that mentality.
So like for your dad to actually be so open
to doing something like that is so cool because it's
really like, you know, giving you guys also an opportunity
for people to really get to like you were saying
and to know you.

Speaker 6 (38:37):
I would I would have to say, like you pretty
much took the words out of his mouth. I think
it was a huge mental shift that he had to understand. Okay, yes,
at that time, doing a reality show would be considered
like the end of someone's career. The decline is someone's career.
But one day he kind of just like woke up

(38:59):
and said, you know what, I feel like I'm peaking
right now in my career. I feel like I've only
had good opportunities. I'm still he still works so much,
all these businesses that he's starting. He goes, my family
is amazing, everyone's happy, everyone's healthy. He goes, why not
show it at like the height of my career. So
he's really he really is changing. I think what reality we.

Speaker 2 (39:22):
Want want and and honestly, no one cares anything. So
that's I mean, that's at the end of the day.
It's sort of like the pretentiousness around You're only like,
you know, going to be in movies and behind the
curtain that the curtain that it's.

Speaker 1 (39:38):
Been lifted slides, maybe can become addicted to reality. He's
gonna he's gonna do Dancing with the Stars next.

Speaker 4 (39:46):
Well, he watches The Bachelor, he walked.

Speaker 1 (39:51):
I'm sure.

Speaker 4 (39:52):
I'm sure he watches Salt Lake City Housewives like.

Speaker 2 (39:56):
I have seen that one. Oh you have to is
it so good? There's only so many shows you can
watch it.

Speaker 1 (40:04):
The New Bachelor have you watched.

Speaker 4 (40:06):
Oh you don't you like him?

Speaker 6 (40:10):
There's just people to keep track of Salt Lake City, though,
I'm telling you just watch the season.

Speaker 4 (40:16):
I guess plot I've ever seen.

Speaker 5 (40:20):
Is coming back and I am on the edge.

Speaker 1 (40:22):
Never got into the pumps. I never got into the pumps. Now,
answer honestly, do you do you like the fame? Do
you like being famous? Do you like being recognized? Honest?

Speaker 4 (40:34):
Any different?

Speaker 1 (40:35):
Oliver? What a question.

Speaker 4 (40:36):
That's a good.

Speaker 1 (40:36):
Question, that's deep, you know, Larry King.

Speaker 2 (40:41):
That's you decided?

Speaker 1 (40:45):
Yeah, Larry King? Okay, so do you know.

Speaker 2 (40:52):
I actually like this question because it's not.

Speaker 1 (40:55):
Like a bad question. By the way, it's not a
bad thing to like being famous.

Speaker 2 (40:59):
Not a negative thing. To be famous can be really fun.
Do you like it? Or do you Is it.

Speaker 5 (41:05):
So joy doesn't like?

Speaker 2 (41:07):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (41:08):
Or you don't like it?

Speaker 6 (41:09):
To be honest, I have been saying since I was
twelve and I wanted to be famous, like I just
in my head think I'm a superstar for no reason,
a blessing in disguise. With being out there publicly for
the first time. Really, now, we haven't gotten any negative backlash.
I don't't see any people dissing me in my Instagram comments.

Speaker 2 (41:31):
So it's been so far, well, who cares if they do? Anyway,
let's start with that.

Speaker 5 (41:36):
I've never looked at comments.

Speaker 2 (41:39):
Yeah everybody, because there will be there, always will be,
you know, they love to build January you down. It's
like the way it's always working.

Speaker 1 (41:47):
I've never had a bad comment. One point one million followers.
I've not had one person say anything bad about me,
only me only That's true all over. What are you
doing disgusting?

Speaker 4 (42:03):
Yeah, I think I think for me personally, it's different.
Like I think I like the fame. When I get
to connect with people and they say, oh I love
your podcast or I love your sow it makes you happy,
I'm like, oh thanks, like makes me good. But I
have this huge fear that this fame is going to
really ruin my personal life with like marriage or dating
or whatever it is, because it does get invasive. Like
a lot of people don't treat us the same as

(42:23):
you know, I would say ten years when I was
in college, I wasn't famous. People knew my dad, but
it wasn't me, and so it was a lot easier
to connect to people. And so today it's it's pretty
different because it's almost like they put a filter on me.
And I can't even tell you guys the amount of
dates we've been on where they were just pretending to
like us. Oh my god, so many.

Speaker 1 (42:44):
Oh my god. I mean I had a major fear
of all of that growing up. I never wanted anyone
to know who my parents were, who my mother was. Especially,
I didn't want anyone to know because I was so
nervous that they were not going to like me for
who I was, you know. Yeah, and so it was
try to avoid all that.

Speaker 4 (43:01):
Yeah, yeah, and still I still kind of do try to.
I try, don't never like start with them. If they don't,
I go, thank God, let me.

Speaker 1 (43:08):
Just like, yeah, your last name is kind of a giveaway,
I know, I know, got like mine, Hudson, he got lucky.

Speaker 4 (43:17):
That's the thing we don't really we don't have like
the like to you know, disguise, but little it's a
little known.

Speaker 2 (43:22):
Just like I think, it's also a really different time,
a different generation. I mean, you know, when I think
that that there's a lot more like acceptance into the
kids of you know, they like to see who the
people that they you know, that they've known and that
they've loved and their kids and how they raise them

(43:44):
and what they ended up. Like, it's like, you know,
I guess it'll happen whether you want it to or not.
Kind of I guess like you're just lean into it,
you know. I think when it comes to bullshit Monitor,
it's like for me, I always felt like I knew
it so well because I could see it with people

(44:05):
with my parents, like I could watch it. Always drove
me crazy seeing that and yeah, you can tell when
people aren't real and like being more of a witness
as I was younger, like watching it, I was always
I was always like, oh, that person wants something from

(44:26):
one of my parents, and like it drove me nuts.
So my personal bullshit monitor is like very strong.

Speaker 5 (44:34):
Yeah, well we grew up super. My mom really raised
us to be like as humble as possible, give us
a very normal lifestyle, going to I mean going to
high school and college and doing that kind of stuff.
Like she never really put us in the public eye strongly.
So I didn't really get the bullshit monitor until I

(44:56):
actually went to college and then I had started filming
the show and sort of get need a little bit
more fame, Like I started realizing it for myself and
like I started seeing it, and I think that's kind
of what all three of us have witnessed as well.

Speaker 4 (45:10):
I think we picked up.

Speaker 6 (45:11):
On tips and tricks throughout, like oh, okay, when we're
on a first date and before the appetizers have even come,
they ask, is your dad Sevestigialona? I mean, the stories
are crazy. I've had to got I've had a guy
bring a resume on a for real, I have three
great ones. I got a resume, once, a headshot, and

(45:34):
a script.

Speaker 1 (45:36):
We're all so.

Speaker 4 (45:37):
I was stuck. I was like, gosh, darn it, this
is horrible.

Speaker 5 (45:40):
I've got the question of like could I beat your
father in like a boxing match or something? I go,
what do you want me to say? Like, yeah, you
can beat up my father?

Speaker 1 (45:49):
Right, stupid.

Speaker 4 (45:53):
The trick is just don't just don't bring it up
to like the three.

Speaker 1 (45:55):
Day and how is how is the script?

Speaker 5 (45:59):
Was?

Speaker 1 (45:59):
It?

Speaker 2 (45:59):
Was it? Well?

Speaker 4 (46:00):
It was awful?

Speaker 6 (46:00):
I said, slowly, you would wipe your butt with it.

Speaker 1 (46:03):
You did read it?

Speaker 5 (46:10):
I mean, I would be got them interested.

Speaker 2 (46:21):
Let's get into some rapid fires.

Speaker 1 (46:24):
This is so fun.

Speaker 2 (46:25):
I can't wait to watch now. And me too, I
know I'm so excited.

Speaker 1 (46:29):
I'm excited.

Speaker 2 (46:31):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (46:33):
By the way, plug it really quickly, like when it's
on where it's oh yeah, yeah.

Speaker 6 (46:36):
The Family's Blown is on Paramount Plus. You can also
watch it on MTV. It comes out, I believe February
twenty first. Yeah, yes, yes, and we hope you guys
like it. It's we had a lot of fun making it.

Speaker 4 (46:51):
In second season, we're obsessed with so yeah, we love
it ten times.

Speaker 1 (46:54):
Can we're leaning a little bit more into.

Speaker 2 (46:58):
Where by its because we love the sam That's right.

Speaker 1 (47:02):
Well, I'm gonna want. I'm gonna want. I'm for sure.
First now I'm gonna watch the first season.

Speaker 2 (47:05):
I can't believe they never did a tango in cash
to Oh yeah, we love like talk about the best
movie to them. They didn't even have done it with
like you know.

Speaker 1 (47:16):
They should do it now honestly would oh my god,
imagine the amazing she wouldn't.

Speaker 4 (47:27):
I'm telling you that Sasine just said he loves a
reboot of things and he thinks like lean into the
whole little different.

Speaker 1 (47:34):
Pitch it to your dad and tell him to call Kurt.
So you should do to say you're on our podcast.
You should tangle I.

Speaker 4 (47:40):
Think we're all in the we're brewing something up there
and all of.

Speaker 1 (47:44):
Us everyone heard it here first. That's right.

Speaker 2 (47:47):
Okay, ready, who's the best cook?

Speaker 4 (47:50):
Me?

Speaker 2 (47:51):
Scarlet?

Speaker 5 (47:52):
Scarlet?

Speaker 2 (47:53):
Okay, you're robbing a bank. Who's the getaway car? Who's
the mastermind, and who's actually robbing the bank?

Speaker 5 (48:01):
Get away cars?

Speaker 4 (48:04):
I'm the master I'm plotting it because I'm not going inside.
I think I would the layout. I would friends. Scarlett
would actually, I think be the one.

Speaker 5 (48:13):
Would you rob?

Speaker 4 (48:14):
I think you would rob because you're.

Speaker 1 (48:17):
So scene.

Speaker 5 (48:17):
You would be the driver because you hate every single
one of us driving.

Speaker 4 (48:21):
I'm a bad passenger, princess, I would have to be driving.

Speaker 1 (48:25):
Great. I love it.

Speaker 2 (48:26):
Yeah, this doesn't make sense. It's always the right personality profile.

Speaker 4 (48:32):
True.

Speaker 2 (48:33):
Okay, favorite movie growing up.

Speaker 4 (48:36):
Oh okay, this this sounds so weird, but I love
Singing in the Rain.

Speaker 2 (48:41):
That's nothing weird about that.

Speaker 4 (48:43):
That's cheesy.

Speaker 2 (48:45):
It's not cheesy. Oh my god, that is not cheesy.
There's some of the best like production design, costume design
of all time, some of the great Yeah.

Speaker 4 (48:53):
I just love like when every time I look it up,
there's so much more backstory to every single thing that happens,
and I find that so cool. It's almost like a
reality show behind the scenes of the drama with that.

Speaker 2 (49:02):
Well, and also check out that wardrobe. It's like it's
like really on another level, like that costume designer was
just incredible.

Speaker 4 (49:10):
Yeah mine, Okay, mine's much darker. I have two.

Speaker 6 (49:14):
One my mom showed me it's not my favorite, and
my dad showed me. My favorite movie growing up was
Gia starring and literally my mom showed me that one
again so dark. Maybe it was okay, And then Slide
showed me Silence of the Lambs, which is still one of.

Speaker 1 (49:27):
My INDI both awesome, Yeah, both great.

Speaker 5 (49:35):
Scarlet Rose, Little Woman and Hat Tolsey got in ten days.

Speaker 1 (49:45):
I love getting it on that.

Speaker 2 (49:48):
First celebrity Okay, you want to, you can ask celebrity ask.

Speaker 1 (49:52):
That exact question. First celebrity crush.

Speaker 4 (49:54):
Celebrity crash, first one got it. If it wasn't a
Jonas brother, maybe it was Justin Bieber or.

Speaker 5 (50:02):
I was Peter Pan, he was animated animation, Peter.

Speaker 1 (50:06):
Pan, he was He's getting older now though.

Speaker 4 (50:12):
Yeah, I think I feel like that was very I
think Bieber, Yeah, it's very funny because I think now
our celebrity crushes as we're older is so different from.

Speaker 1 (50:23):
Course, who are your celebrity crushes now?

Speaker 4 (50:27):
So be just ran into hers on the street. Well
it's it's Callum Turner. I don't know if you guys
have heard that kid. That's just like not up and coming.
I guess I'm dating.

Speaker 2 (50:37):
He's dating all right, He's like an English Yeah got it.

Speaker 4 (50:43):
But then the scenes is very random. Might are both married?
So respectfully, my crushes are Roman Reigns from w W.

Speaker 2 (50:54):
I don't even know who that is.

Speaker 4 (50:57):
He has like a Jason Momobile. Look, he's very and
I love Killigan Murphy.

Speaker 1 (51:02):
I just oh Kelly and Murphy.

Speaker 4 (51:05):
I like scary looking Yeah.

Speaker 2 (51:07):
Yeah, wow, you love the character. I can't wait to
watch your dating on the show. Nothing like that, like
I send her to a wrestling match.

Speaker 1 (51:19):
At you, Scarlett, who's your I know you have a boyfriend,
but who would be your current Yeah?

Speaker 5 (51:23):
I would say my boyfriend for sure?

Speaker 1 (51:27):
Ah uh? Are you here too? Scared?

Speaker 4 (51:30):
She's scared.

Speaker 1 (51:32):
By the way. I think I'm in love with Dualipa.
I think I'm like really in level ther. I think
I talked to my wife last night and I talked
to my wife last night because I told her, and
I'm being completely one hundred percent serious that if she
ever had the opportunity to have sex with Brad Pitt,

(51:53):
who's still sexy at fifty plus years old, sixty fifty
six sixty, like, I would say, go ahead, it's good
of an opportunity. I wouldn't be jealous, but go I
mean I would. I would, I really was. I would.

Speaker 2 (52:08):
Honestly, your insecurity would be so much because I am
extremely handsome.

Speaker 1 (52:14):
I make love way better than him for sure. Yeah,
I'm not I'm not worried.

Speaker 2 (52:21):
I'm just saying that I think that you after the after.

Speaker 1 (52:24):
No not with Brad Pitt. No with Brad Pitt, would
be like, oh my god, how was it? How was
the Wiener?

Speaker 4 (52:31):
Like?

Speaker 1 (52:31):
How did the look? Was the Wiener as like handsome
as he is?

Speaker 4 (52:35):
So I figured that you're you're you're kind of you
know warming if you had the chance of Brad totally.

Speaker 1 (52:41):
Fine, Yes, this is it watching on the gram as
I said, Babe, like I can I get that with
doing lipa? Can I like be like true get out
of jail free cards for if it was to ever happen.
And She's like okay, so, but she has a boy.
Is she married to this guy?

Speaker 2 (52:59):
No?

Speaker 1 (52:59):
They just because we can call, we can we can
talk to Sarah too.

Speaker 2 (53:03):
Oh my god, Oliver, this is no flooding already, this
is terrible.

Speaker 1 (53:10):
What's terrible about it? We're a non monogamous species to
begin with, you know what I mean? I mean, this
is true, This is true. You know we're societally now
though we have come together and you know, you stay
with your partner and be faithful, which is great. Well
we don't have to, but have to. So why not
each get one thing?

Speaker 4 (53:33):
You know?

Speaker 2 (53:34):
I mean, if that's the if that's the deal you
make with your partner.

Speaker 1 (53:37):
Yeah, you and Danny have that deal, you know, just one.
I don't even know. Are you willing to say right now?
Who you're one would be? If Danny said it would
be okay, I.

Speaker 2 (53:50):
Honestly like, I don't have that because I just.

Speaker 1 (53:54):
Sort of like carrot top.

Speaker 2 (53:58):
Carrot, I don't have it because I you know, I mean,
you can't say it. I can't know it's I can't say.
I just like I just I guess I it's like.

Speaker 1 (54:09):
Kids, like I've already had said no, No, we'll talk
about it later.

Speaker 2 (54:19):
You know, I couldn't even imagine whose Danny. Danny's other one.

Speaker 1 (54:24):
Do you have one Danny? I mean, would you have
one in your mind?

Speaker 2 (54:27):
No, it could have zero was pretty hot. I think
d Lipa has captured everybody is after the Grammys.

Speaker 5 (54:39):
I would literally just tell my boyfriend, like, maybe I
think you were the hottest person on the planet, like
that you're the and Tom Hardy of course, but like
you are also like.

Speaker 1 (54:51):
Tom Hardy sexy, yeah, sexy.

Speaker 2 (54:56):
Also yeah, it's like in the Revenant and non the
non blinking that crazy eyes He's said, those crazy eyes,
which you know is always hot.

Speaker 1 (55:09):
I'm done with that.

Speaker 2 (55:10):
Yeah, all right, wait we didn't finish this. Okay, if
you guys all were all in jail, who would be
your first phone call?

Speaker 4 (55:19):
All three of the all.

Speaker 2 (55:20):
Three of you, you have one phone call?

Speaker 4 (55:23):
Probably my mom. It's only the number I remember, so
it's just Jennifer.

Speaker 1 (55:28):
No Mom.

Speaker 5 (55:30):
Honestly, the first person I thought of was Sly, Like
that was the first person I would call.

Speaker 1 (55:35):
Would he be cool or would he be angry?

Speaker 2 (55:37):
Do you call you call your dad Sly?

Speaker 4 (55:39):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (55:40):
Sometimes you don't call him down him.

Speaker 5 (55:42):
I call him Sly or Sliger like Slagger the Tiger,
that's his poke.

Speaker 1 (55:49):
Call doc name a moment that's still crazy. Like I
just watched Rocky two like three nights ago, not even
on purpose, it was just on the thing. I was like, click,
meant to be good.

Speaker 2 (56:01):
Who's the funniest?

Speaker 4 (56:04):
I think I'm the funniest. But I don't think they're
gonna agreement.

Speaker 5 (56:06):
That's just not.

Speaker 4 (56:11):
I think this scenems pretty funny. I think she has
very dry.

Speaker 5 (56:14):
Can come up with the best, Like she's just personally funny.

Speaker 1 (56:18):
I just have to drive you guys are all funny.
You can tell you can tell Lee or tell you
guys are all funny.

Speaker 2 (56:24):
Okay, last question you ask it.

Speaker 1 (56:27):
So it's a two part question. If you can take
one thing from either sister that you admire, that you
wish that you had for yourself, more of us, more
of that you like, you know, quality, what would it be?
And then on the flip side of that, if you
could if you could alleviate something, if you could alleviate

(56:50):
something from your sister to take that away to make
their life a little bit better, what would I would.

Speaker 5 (56:54):
Really want to know what you guys want from me.

Speaker 4 (56:58):
I'll Scarlet, I'll start with you.

Speaker 6 (57:00):
Actually, Okay, what I would alleviate from Scarlet is she's
a little bit scattered brain sometimes, so when it comes
to scheduling and timing, she is all over the place,
so she's a little bit organized.

Speaker 4 (57:13):
What I would take.

Speaker 6 (57:15):
What I admire about Scarlet and what I would take
for myself is your willingness to find the fun in
any situation. And you're very care free and you're you're
not an overthinker, which is something I am so.

Speaker 1 (57:28):
Amazing. Yeah, I would.

Speaker 4 (57:31):
Alleviate your anxiety and your constant self doubt because you
are so smart, which is something I would take from you.
You're very consistent and you know what you want. You're
very driven. So I would take thanks.

Speaker 1 (57:46):
That was good and concise, almost like you got to
question prior to being I was really well said. That
was good.

Speaker 4 (57:52):
Yeah, for Scarlet, I'll start with you. I think I
would take away the same thing that Sistine said. I
think the one thing Sell has a problem with is
pretty much like sticking to one. She's a little bit
scattered brain.

Speaker 5 (58:04):
She'll kind of go very like ADHD I like I
like I love doing ten things at once. But then
like forgetting all nine of them and just.

Speaker 4 (58:12):
Just like I don't know why, but I will say
I would take from her her her young soul, Like
she's always super vibrant and she's really goofy, and she
leans into things that she loves. She's very expressive, like
she will do fashion risks that I will never do
because she's confident in them, and I just wish I
could be more like that. And I think with Sisteine,

(58:33):
what I would take away from you is that she's
really hard on herself too, and I think that she
doesn't realize how incredible she is as a human being,
and she always doubts about guys and friends and things like,
she's such a well thought out, amazing person. I would
think I'll take. What I would want from her is
her ability to kind of just like take over a room,
Like she will be the first person that people look

(58:55):
at when she walks in, just because of her energy.
And yeah, so fairly.

Speaker 1 (59:00):
Amazing.

Speaker 5 (59:01):
My turn, Sophia, I would take away your overthinking sometimes
because you are an overthinker.

Speaker 1 (59:08):
And what I would oh.

Speaker 5 (59:10):
My god, I just had it. What I would take
from you is your singing voice. She's an amazing singing voice.
I can't sing, and I did musical theater in college
and let's just say it did not work out. But anyways,
I'm not gonna be so started on Broadway at the time.

Speaker 7 (59:26):
So Sustine, I would say the same thing, like she
also is kind of an overthinker, and she's very hard
on herself, like Sophia said, And what I would take
from her is like her and she's honestly like so
on it when it comes to like talking.

Speaker 5 (59:43):
Or like, she's very witty and she can come up
with the best lines on the spot. So I would
always love to have like the last line, the last
thing to say that people are.

Speaker 1 (59:53):
Like, wow, that was that was good.

Speaker 5 (59:56):
That's not me, that's.

Speaker 1 (59:57):
Sustine's right that you think you guy was awesome to
season three. Don't forget I know I'm saying for season three,
this whole mall set up could be good.

Speaker 6 (01:00:09):
I love it, all right, guys, all right, guys, thank you,
thank you guys for having you know,
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