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May 29, 2023 50 mins

Welcome back to our show! Hannah and Lamorne are reunited to talk Irish goodbyes in a Christmas-y party episode. They discuss everyone's approach to handling the Dump Fantasy and the ever controversial topic of if Santa is real? Plus, Hannah and Lamorne discuss their first fight! Follow us on Instagram @welcometoourshowpod.

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Speaker 1 (00:03):
Ring, ring, ring ring. May I please speak with Zoe.

Speaker 2 (00:07):
Oh hello, Lamurn, Let's patch on.

Speaker 3 (00:09):

Speaker 2 (00:10):
God, I forgot what it was like working with you guys.

Speaker 1 (00:29):
Hannah, Hannah, Hannah.

Speaker 2 (00:31):
Hey, welcome to our show.

Speaker 1 (00:34):
Welcome, welcome, Welcome to our show.

Speaker 2 (00:36):
To our show.

Speaker 1 (00:37):
If you're just tuning in, Hannah is call Hannah is
calling in from some sort of exquisite location.

Speaker 2 (00:46):
Yeah, boom, I'm in Greece. What But you know what's
more exciting than me being increasing? Me being in Greece
is really exciting, let me tell you, and wonderful and
crazy and fun. I did also something wonderful, crazy and
fun today. I cut my own banks.

Speaker 1 (01:03):
You cut your own banks?

Speaker 2 (01:07):
Yes, I use scissors. You know our friend Nikki who
was part of the hair department for a New Girl
for many, many, many, many, many many years and cut
my bangs all the time. She gave me real, like
professional bang scissors, and I just went for it. I

went for it today.

Speaker 1 (01:31):
But what do you.

Speaker 2 (01:31):
Think you can see?

Speaker 1 (01:34):
Hannah, Hannah, this is my face, I'm kidding, do you understand?

Speaker 2 (01:41):
So you're going cross eyed and it's like backwards and
you're in the mirror and you're like cutting. It's it's
the craziest thing that I don't look insane. I'm impressing
myself for cutting my own banks and for being in grace.

Speaker 1 (01:54):
I cut my mustache. I had that thick mustache. I
cut that off and grew in my beard. That's about it.
And I had somebody else do it. I don't know
why you did this.

Speaker 2 (02:05):
Yourself, because I've only ever really had Nikki do it,
and I once let someone else do it. It did
not go great, and so I was like, man, if
I'm going to be mad at somebody, it might as
well be me. So let's go.

Speaker 1 (02:20):
That makes a lot of sense.

Speaker 2 (02:22):
Yeah, you know what I mean. All right, So anyway,
all right, Today we're going to talk about an episode
which I will fully admit when I rewatched it completely
forgot about its existence.

Speaker 1 (02:36):
You know what's crazy. I had to say. I had
a similar thought up until a point. I remember certain moments.
I remember the cranberry fight in the beginning. I remember
having to talk loud because I thought a cranberry was
stuck in my ear.

Speaker 2 (02:48):
Because that storyline I did well.

Speaker 1 (02:50):
I thought it was interesting. I just thought I get
to talk loud, I get.

Speaker 2 (02:55):
Paid to shout at people. That's a dream.

Speaker 1 (02:57):
And when we were I was testing out actually seeing
if a cranberry would get stuck in my ears. I
thought that was a ridiculous premise. I said, there's no
way cranber's gonna get stuck in my in my ear.
If you talked to certain doctors, they've pulled cranberries out
of certain parts of people's bodies, but ears had never
been one of those parts.

Speaker 2 (03:16):
You pulled all the doctors.

Speaker 1 (03:18):
Yeah, I pulled all of them, and I and I
and I And during that episode, I was trying to
see if I could get one stuck in fun facts
in real life. In real life, I was like not
trying to see if it get stuck, but seeing if
it would.

Speaker 2 (03:30):
Okay, Daniel day Lewis, get some get some method acting going.

Speaker 1 (03:33):
If y'all don't know me, that's one thing about me
is on very method too.

Speaker 2 (03:38):
Well, that's you.

Speaker 1 (03:39):
Yeah, And I couldn't And I low key got one
a little bit stuck in there, and and so it
is doable if you get one of those runt. Those
are the runt of the cranberry litter man.

Speaker 2 (03:50):
Safety never takes a day off. Kids, seal up your
ears around the cranberries.

Speaker 1 (03:57):
But then as the episode went on, as I was
watching it, uh huh, I remember feelings of certain things.
I remember working working a lot with like well, being
around Olivia Munn for the first time, because I don't
think I spent much time with her on the previous episode.
I'm not too sure, but I think I remember being
there and being at the house that cool, whatever the

hell that house was, and I kept going, you know,
I do remember this episode kind of vividly now, but
there's these little lulls in that first Christmas party where
I did not remember any of it.

Speaker 2 (04:31):
Any of it. Okay, So we are discussing, we're just
so excited to talk about it that we're just diving
right in Season two, episode eleven, Santa written by Love Rock,
directed by Craig Zisk. You want to deep dive and
give us the full recap.

Speaker 1 (04:48):
So it's a few days before Christmas and Winston really
wants to believe Santa Claus is real, which you know,
that's still up for debate. Now everyone is headed back
home for the holidays. Yes, he's not content to let
the season go by without having one more loving group. Hay, Now,
Jess offers to be the designated driver. So everyone threw
down their invitations and they decided to go party hoppen, Yes,

love a good party hopp on Christmas. Now, they go
to Sadies Right, they go to Sadian Melissa's what we
call in the episode is the lesbian cookie party, and
they run into Sam oh yes, doctor Sam, who seems
to be very intent on speaking to Jess. Now, Jess,
she panics, right and her response is to scream irish
goodbye and then try to leave. Well, he clearly sees

her right now. Nick wants to be as adventurous and
as care free as Angie, but he's having a difficult
time measuring up, you know what I'm saying. Now, Sam
shockingly is also at the next party, which is which
is very weird. How to Ellie get there? It turns
out he's been looking for Jess and he wants her
back in his life. But Jess remembers the pain of

the breakup and has a difficult time trusting Sam, so
she lies and tells him and she's dating Winston, which, uh,
I mean, obviously I'm the go to Winston's to go to.
He's the man from top to bottom, handsome, chisel. He
measures up. Now this lie quickly falls apart. When Winston
regains the ability to hear, he dramatically dumps Jesse. He

throws a drinker, and he sys to be gone, you know,
now going on outside? Meanwhile, Nick is joining Angie and
Santa Sleigh for a little bit of sexy, sexy good times,
which y'all don't know what that means, that it's sex
that hasn't sex South public in Santa Sleigh. But they
end up breaking the sleigh and they wind up tumbling

down the lawn half dressed. And do we or do
we not see Jake Johnson's button? We see Jake Johnson's
butt maybe his john man. We flash a glimpse of
his Johnson don't know, slow it down. You do see
butt crack for sure. Now, Angie, she takes a bow
for the gawking audience. Like what she just bows? She's
got no shame in that. But Nick, Nick is living

his worst nightmare and he wants to hide.

Speaker 4 (07:04):

Speaker 1 (07:04):
Nick reveals what's going on right, He's feeling a bit insecure,
and Angie questions whether or not Nick can handle her
being a sex worker. He says he can, he can
do it because he knows it's only temporary. Angie never
gave a time limit on her career, and she is
very much so insulted that Nick would leap to such conclusions.

Speaker 4 (07:24):

Speaker 1 (07:24):
Meanwhile, CC wants to give Schmidt a gift as a friend,
but the fresh hurt turned Schmidt into a real asshole,
piece of piece of d. You know, you're a real
piece of d, this dude. So he gives away the
gift to the first blonde who walks by him, and
then ask her out right in front of CECC says peace.
We'll see the back of her head as she says peace,

and Jess is trying to understand why Sam came back
in the first place. But Sam interrupts that. He interrupts
the talking, get out bart and it just throws a
kiss on her mouth with his mouth as if to
make hurt be quiet. Now, he hopes he's perceived as
a romantic gesture. But just tell Sam she won't be
falling for his kiss again anytime soon, you know. She

walks out of him, she says peace. The camera turns
herround and she says peace and listen. The final party
that the audience sees is at Winston's job. Jess and
Nick are both feeling bad about their roles and their
potential breakdown, so that they turned to one another for support.
That's what they do as friends. Nick tells Jess she's
the kind of girl a guy will come back for me,

and that she should give it another tribe or that side.
Just tells Nick that fearless Angie might be the cure
for his cowardice. He lets her up. You know. Nick
apologizes to Angie and gives her a little advanced to
day of lap dance of her life. It was a
terrible lap dance, to be sure, channing table to be shame.
Angie tries to return the favorite, but Schmidt he has

some notes and he will not be out there now.
On the way to the next party, Jess begins to
rethink her decision to cut the same out of her life.
She swerves to go to the hospital and she gets
pulled over by a cop. Yes, if you do dumb
shit like swerve on a flood, Yeah, the CoP's gonna
pull you over. You don't do dumb shit. So she
smells like the liquor that wins them through the mind.

She's swerving and doing dumb shit. She's tired, it's late,
and she begins to explain the difficulty of her name.
She starts crying. Of course she does, and Christmas Miracle.
The officer who looks like Black santin. He believes her.
He lets her off of her morning. Oh my god,

she just CROs and she just cries. The black said
the cause believes her. It lets her off with the warning.
That's what happens. The spirits are restored. They race to
the hospital. It's after visiting hours, so Angie flashes her
boobs so they can go and find doctor Sam, as
one would do with a desperate situation. You've just done
it millions of time. So many people have seen my area.

Listen now, when a security guard tracks them down, they
try to they try to sing Deck the Halls, but
no one knows the actual words because it's been a while.
But they've got that Christmas spirit and Zoey Dashaw's lovely,
beautiful voice, so everyone comes out of their rooms to
applaud the performance. Just tell Sam she believes that he
wants and they kiss concept to each other, just kiss

right there. In the minue of the hospital. Schmidt reveals
he didn't give away since he's brace the ugly brace,
and then Nick is somewhere with Angie Quicken up in
the hospital, probably in ICU somewhere, just slapping parts. And
you know that's the that's the story, and I'm sticking
to it.

Speaker 2 (10:46):
Okay, beginning of this episode, That's right. They really are
basically bringing up this idea of is Santa real, which
made me think of, like, who ruined Santa for you?
Who did you ever believe in Santa That? Did someone school?

Speaker 1 (11:07):
You know, I got it growing up, we never really
sell I don't know if that was a thing amongst
like black folks on the South Side of Chicago. I
don't remember ever anyone talking about Santa Claus. I don't
ever remember it being a thing. My mom never had
to have the talk. We I just like, especially because
we grew up in the church, which where it was

like it was Jesus, you know, Jesus, you know, my
mama and Santa Claus. Everybody else is Santa Clause. But
Santa Claus. Ain't no man creeping in our house because
because if he was, there'd be a problem, you know
what I'm saying. So I never had that thought. I
never had that idea of old Saint Nick, you know,
sliding down eating all your cookies, because we weren't leaving

cookies out for people either, because then that's how you
attract roaches, so you leave to get spoiled milk and
roaches all in your house. So we never did that.

Speaker 2 (12:00):
First of all, I would just like to say the
fact that you say my mom never had to sit
me down and have the talk and it was about Santa,
not sex, is one of the funniest things.

Speaker 1 (12:10):

Speaker 2 (12:13):
It's a weird thing. I don't I definitely was. I
remember presents at Christmas and it would say from mom,
from dead, and from Santa. So I definitely remember. And
this is the weird reason why I remember is because
my dad has beautiful handwriting, and I just remember how
we were just like we're Santas. It was very beautiful

and so and still to this day at Christmas, my
dad will give me a present from Santa, so he's
trying to keep that alive, I guess, but I don't remember,
so I guess it wasn't that traumatic. I get somebody
at some point was just like that's still from ya,
daddy and your mommy, But I don't remember it being
some big trauma thing. But I do remember some kids

to school like having the whole world show. But as
you get older and you're around kids like little kids
and Christmases start.

Speaker 4 (13:07):
It it's a weird thing to explain as a positive
that while you're sleeping, if you've been a good little
boy and a good little girl, a man going to
creep into your house who's been watching you all the time,
all the time and will give you presents if you.

Speaker 2 (13:25):
Were a good little girl, and you better give him
a cookie.

Speaker 1 (13:30):
Oh, oh, I'm not giving Santa my cookie. Santa, that's
my cookie. That's my No, no, Santa, What the hell.

Speaker 2 (13:39):
It's a weird thing and to be like and it's great,
and it takes a lot of questions for a child's mind,
like how they get around in the world, and how
do they get every single person's house? And do some
people not get them because they they didn't say thank
you when they left the restaurant the other day? Like
what's the what's good? What's bad? And so I feel

like there is this new wave of parenting where people
are just sort of like it's a story, it's a fable,
and it's wonderful that it's part of like the Christmas cheer,
But nobody's creeping to your house baby when you sleep.

Speaker 1 (14:13):
Yes, it's fine. We have ADT security security system with
alerts also in the chimney. I almost screwed up someone's
life recently. I was at a friend's house and they
have two little kids, and I hadn't seen them in
a while, and we were just kind of catching up.
Me and my buddy were like literally like sipping on

whiskey and they were eating pizza, and the mom was
there and everybody was like right before their bedtime, and
I made I made some sort of weird joke because
there are toys all over the place. I forget what
the joke was, but it was something in regard. It
was something on the lines of like Santa Claus not

being real. It was in that vein and my buddy
and my buddy and his wife looked at me with
the most like fear in their eyes, like what did
you do? And then the daughter girls what And I
was I was just about to go, you don't believe
in Santa Claus. I was, I was this close to

dropping the bomb for her. And then I looked at
my friends and they were like, the look on her
face was pure panic, and I was joking, and I
have to say, I'm just I'm just joking, you know.
I love Santa Claus like he's I met him before,
and they're like what, And then I had to like slow.

Speaker 2 (15:33):
Then you went too far. This is the new where
this is where elements of our characters sometimes are embedded.
It's like you went you went too.

Speaker 1 (15:41):
Big, way too big, way, way too.

Speaker 2 (15:44):
Big, Santa. And for you, I love Santa Claus.

Speaker 1 (15:51):
He's my good buddy and it's oh my god, at
my house right now.

Speaker 2 (15:57):
Actually they're like we're going.

Speaker 1 (16:01):
Yeah, so in which I found it'd be very interesting
that Winston is like whether or not Center is real
even I think when I read that in the script originally,
I immediately tacked it on to all the weird things
about Winston and I just died laughing at the table
read what.

Speaker 2 (16:21):
I do love that about our show so much though,
because we did a lot of holiday episodes, and I
feel like that there was always that, you know, the
little leap into like the Christmas magic, where you had
to do something goofy, like have a character still kind
of maybe believe in Santa and then do that moment

at the end where it takes yeah, black Sannah, Black Santa.
I thought it was just I don't know. I just
thought it was really like lovely and the fact that
it was so silly and starts with like a you know,
a cranberry in the ear. It sometimes when we got
super goofy. But like I said, I had zero recollection
of this episode and I watched it, I was like what.

And then when they like leap into the party hopping.
I remember that when I moved to LA and everybody
would throw these Christmas parties because nobody was with their family.
But they're all, we're going to be with their family
in a week, so they wanted like a big send
off with their friends. But there was a million Christmas parties.
But it's LA, so they're all like forty five minutes
away from each other. Yeah, so you need a designated driver.

So the fact that they were that was such like
an LA like response. I felt like when they're all like, no,
we're not doing this, and then she's like, well, I'll
be the designated driver, and everyone's like oh right, okay, cool,
let's go to the party.

Speaker 1 (17:41):
Because here's the thing. You want to be festive, you
know what I mean. As a kid, you you had
your limitations, you know of how festive you could be.
And as a grown up, Christmas really is about going
to these parties and drinking and separating and you know,
kicking it. And so if somebody else is driving, then great,
especially back then, because you know, Uber wasn't around back then.

Speaker 2 (18:03):
That's right, It's true, you needed someone to kind of
be like, all right, I got it. And then the
other part of this episode that I thought was really
great and I could relate to was the discussion of
the exit strategy of getting out of a party. Because
I am the queen of an Irish goodbye.

Speaker 1 (18:18):
I know, I know, you know, we all know it.

Speaker 2 (18:22):
You know, just like, was she ever there? Did she
even care? That's it? That's it. I go shake the
hands and kiss the babies, grab a couple of drinks,
maybe a cookie, and bye bye.

Speaker 1 (18:33):
Can I can I share a story for our fans
out there that I don't think we've ever told anyone?

Speaker 2 (18:38):
Oh gosh, I'm scared.

Speaker 1 (18:40):
Okay this Hannah? Oh no, you're talking about Irish goodbyes? Hannah?
Oh no, okay?

Speaker 2 (18:48):
Is this is this the shirt.

Speaker 1 (18:50):
No, this isn't the shirt. This is when you ripped
my very very fancy shirt. This because you thought it
was a snap on shirt.

Speaker 5 (18:59):
We're just buttons. You just ripped the whole thing up.
That wasn't it. It was it was a and that
sounds weird. We were all out, all out. He would
try to be funny and you but there's nothing to
do with that. This is when we went to it,
but you went I think it was made me a
GQ party, like Man of the Year party, and I

drove and you wanted to Irish goodbye and I didn't
because I was really that was my first time ever
being at a place like this, and I was like,
this is pretty damn and you were like A had
a like halfway through the party was like peace, let's go,
and I was like, what are you talking about?

Speaker 1 (19:40):
And we got into an argument on the way home.
I remember that going like, I feel like Hannah and
I have never been in an argument before, And the other
day I thought about it and I went, no, we did.

Speaker 2 (19:52):
We had one argument and it was right in the
beginning of our friendship. That happened, I remember, and it
was just so interesting because it was such a real
like brother sister moment right where I was like I'm done,
I don't want to go, and You're like, it's about
Barty and then we were like now what. And I

remember the conversation the next day, well it's funny, yeah,
you lost, and then I won is and like we left.
But I remember being so sad because I knew that
you and I just had that thing where we were
going to be lifelong friends. Forget this job, it could
be canceled after a year. I just knew it. You're
always supposed to be in my life and always supposed

to be in my world. And I knew it as
I got really sad, so I'm like, this doesn't feel right,
like this is someone I know I'm gonna love so deeply.
And then it was I just remember the next day,
I think, I feel like I wrote you this big
thing and you then called me, and then when we
were like, all right, cool now and now we know

that about each other and we'll we'll just figure it
out better next time. And what was really really cool
about it is that we put it down and maybe
until now this episode reminded us of it, We've never
ever picked it up or thought of it again, which
is like, I'm sure.

Speaker 1 (21:11):
But if you surely thinking about it, we have kind
of it must be sitting in the back of our
minds because I've never picked you up again. Yeah, you
drive yourself, I'll meet you.

Speaker 2 (21:22):
Well, that's because we know we know what's gonna happen.

Speaker 1 (21:25):
Do you like to stay?

Speaker 2 (21:27):
You like to You're the last person at the party.
You're the one that keeps it going. And I walk in,
I do a lap, and I leave. We can never
ride together to a party. We'll never roll together. That's
so funny. But so the Irish Goodbye. When I watched it,
it made me laugh so hard because she gets there,
just gets there, Gen'si's her ex, and then tries to hide.
It doesn't work. He spots her and she shouts Irish

goodbye and runs out in the biggest fashion ever, which
is the opposite of an Irish goodbye. It just piece up.
I did not remember that shooting that. I can't Usually
when I watched something, I'm like, oh, I remember where
that was, I remember the location, I remember whatever it is.

I do not remember that at all. And then when
I saw the dress I was wearing, I was like
disappointed in myself for not remembering because that was a
gorgeous dress. I was so angry. I was like, what
happened to my brain? The Swiss cheese and I would
not remember that dress. That's how my brain works.

Speaker 1 (22:30):
Yeah, I don't remember anything about like that particular party. Yeah,
that party, I don't remember being there at all. I
think I'm struggling to figure out where it was.

Speaker 2 (22:42):
Especially because Walton was there and Olivia Munn was there. Yeah, right,
and it it's so funny. I wonder why I didn't
remember it until the next party, because I remember we
shot at that crazy, crazy, crazy house that you just
mentioned beginning. Yeah, And the reason I remember the crazy house,

I don't know you remember this is because it had
the steepest driveway in all of Los Angeles.

Speaker 1 (23:09):
Oh yeah, you.

Speaker 2 (23:10):
Had to go up literally at the most extreme I
mean extreme angle. It was crazy to get up there.
So once we were up there, they were like, that
didn't feel safe for driving you guys in this little van.
You guys are just gonna stay there. So we stayed there.
We all stayed there, which is kind of crazy in

terms of how you shoot a TV show, because if
you're not in a bunch of scenes. You can go
back to your trailer and relax or leave or whatever.
But we couldn't. For that. All the stuff shot there,
we all had to stay there till like three in
the morning. Yeah, because there was no way to get
up and down this literal mountain of a driveway.

Speaker 1 (23:48):
Yeah. I remember walking around that house thinking to myself,
one day, one day I live in a house like this,
And then fast forward, Hannah Simone bought that very house.

Speaker 2 (23:59):
No, but I did a photo shoot there years later. Really, yes,
it was really funny and they were like, we're doing
a shoot at this house. It's really beautiful. It's got
a grave view. And I was like all right. And
then we started to drive up this crazy hill and
I was like, without you ever laying eyes on the house,
I was like, I know this house. It was a

really cool house. Though it's like fifties retro what then
they call it like Danish modern Inside.

Speaker 1 (24:28):
I think it was all of that For now, it
was just pure event. It's like an event space now. Maybe.

Speaker 2 (24:32):
No. The guy was there with his cat, I remember that, yes,
because they would lock himself in a back bedroom so
the cat didn't get loose, and it was like super
off limits. Who cannot go in this bedroom because the
man is in there with his cat and he didn't
want to move the cat. I remember that also very clearly,

which was hard because there was they had hired a
ton of these amazing background actors that were with us
up there also with nowhere else to go, and so
we were all just kind of like stuck in the
one three room at the owner and a cat lot lot.

Speaker 1 (25:10):
Yeah, that's the that I didn't know that I I
you know, I couldn't imagine some guy in the back
of his room with like security cameras everywhere, just petting
his cat while he's watching.

Speaker 2 (25:19):
Us terrified, like, well they just broke that bull I know,
well they just scuffed that door. That reindeer just fell.

Speaker 1 (25:25):
In my book, So so so what is what is
this dump fantasy? We're at this house, We're at this
new fancy house, and then she sees, uh, you know, Sam,
he kind of appears out of nowhere and it creeps
the hell out of her. And you know, Winston obviously
gave Sam the address an exchange for a little ear exam,

and uh, you know, he thought Jess would be happy
that Sam was crawling back to her, and I think
Schmidt calls it the dump fantasy, right, is that Is
that a real thing, do you? Because I personally there
are times when I'm like, yeah, that would be great.
When I when I was dating Zolle Kravitz and I
dumped her, and I was like, man, i'd be really cool.

She can't just crawling back to me. But there are
moments where I break up with people and or they
break up with me, and I'm like, good riddance. They
don't come calling back because I'm you know, I'll give
in too easy.

Speaker 2 (26:19):
I think it's the dumb fantasy is around people that
maybe like did you wrong, right, and then they dump
you and you're just like, hold up, I'm amazing and
you shouldn't dream me like that, and who do you
think you are? And how you walking away in your
high house? Wonder you will go to realize amazing I

am and you gonna come crawling back and then I'm
going to be like nothing you but right, and you
want you want that opportunity. And so the fact that
he kind of did her dirty. Sam did her dirty,
She like spilled her heart out and then he was
just like no, thank you. Now Here he is crawling back,
being like, I want you, I want you, and she

has the power. So yeah, I think a lot of
people have that dumb fantasy.

Speaker 1 (27:05):
Oh yeah, yeah, that makes a lot of sense. And
Jess obviously weirdly goes about handling things in a very
strange way, you know, like when she decides to she
decides to tell you that she's been she's been seeing Winston,
and which I thought, you know, I thought it's obvious,
you know, but in certain moments, I'm always like, it

also makes me the butt of the joke, And I said,
part of me was like, well, hold on, why can't
why wait a minute, Wait a minute, wait a minute,
you know. So I thought that was a very funny moment,
especially with the confusion going on because Winston can't hear
a damn thing, and as she's explaining to Sam all
these things and he's kind of co signing it purely,

you know, accidentally. I thought it was a very funny moment,
especially when Sam and Winston had that that little, that
little sit down where he pulls the cranberry out of
his ear and he's saying, yeah, I know it would
be you. I knew you'd be the guy you know,
which means he totally had it wrong, because I think

we know where this is headed.

Speaker 2 (28:13):
Do what you say when you do the fake breakup.
One of the funniest things ever the things you call her,
the throwing of the drink unnecessary away out of hand,
but that made me laugh out loud. What did you say?
You called her a I.

Speaker 1 (28:31):
Said, be gone honkey through a drink at it?

Speaker 3 (28:37):

Speaker 2 (28:38):
Do you know if you made that? Was that improvised her?

Speaker 1 (28:40):
Not I did. There's no way I'm improvising calling somebody
this ain't the sixties?

Speaker 2 (28:46):
Was what? Where did that come from? Who wrote it?
I want to ask because it was love who wrote
the episode?

Speaker 1 (28:54):
That sounds like a love joke? Gone?

Speaker 2 (28:58):
I can't. I gotta ask. That is one of the
funniest things. I was like, Whoo's mind was like, you
know what?

Speaker 1 (29:05):
And the even the throwing of the drink. I think
I remember something. I remember a moment where it was
are we throwing the drink in her face? M or
we throwing the drink on her? And then it being
a bit of a discussion on set and it didn't
make any sense for you to throw the drink on
her face, because this is no I'm putting on her
like a ruse. I'm just kind of like here, I'm

tossing the drink at your you know what I mean,
something really light and easy. And I remember it being
a thing like, are we gonna throw it in her face? No?

Speaker 2 (29:34):
I don't think we're It was also one before they'd
established that Winston does go too big, Bill, Like, I
feel like that had been established, you could have thrown
in her face. But two, I also feel like it
was really cold when we shot this, which is why
everybody's in a coke and we only had this location
for a little bit of time and to do the reset.
If you threw it in her face, yeah, for hair

and makeup would be super annoying. Those are like the
practical things I think of shooting a TV show sometimes,
where you make decisions where it's not just all about
what whatd my character do? It's like the clock's a
ticken a little on her.

Speaker 1 (30:12):
Make up jacket. That's right, that's the question right there.

Speaker 2 (30:16):
That's right. Go talk to glam and uh and see
what we can have happened.

Speaker 1 (30:20):
Hey, folks, give us a second. We will be right
back welcome shoes.

Speaker 2 (30:38):
Remember that, by the way, we're back. When you just
threw the break, it reminded me of those.

Speaker 6 (30:44):
After these messages We'll be right back.

Speaker 1 (30:48):
Yeah, I do remember that after these messages. Who fun fact?
Fun fact that this is not a fun fact. This
is a fun uh searchable fact. Folks find out who
sang that song.

Speaker 2 (31:03):
The jingle for what?

Speaker 1 (31:06):
Yeah, it was might have been like TGI Friday or
our Saturday Morning.

Speaker 2 (31:09):
Cartoons after these messages. Yeah, maybe of the.

Speaker 1 (31:12):
Cartoons Saturday Morning cartoons.

Speaker 2 (31:14):
For Barbara.

Speaker 1 (31:17):
Got to do it.

Speaker 2 (31:19):
You need that. You need that, Tom and Jerry. You're
gonna have to sit here and be sold some g
I joes.

Speaker 1 (31:23):
You know, mine was I think Pro Stars. I think
that was it was Michael. It was a cartoon with
Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky. I want to say Bo Jackson and.

Speaker 2 (31:32):
Somebody Pearl Stars, Pearl Stars. I was like, Pearl Stars,
what pro Stars?

Speaker 1 (31:40):
Pro Stars? I think it was called Pro Stars. There
was a cartoon that came on back then. But we digress. Now.
Now we got two other little weird relationshipy things going
on here. We've got c C and Schmidt. You know
you gave him a gift and he's at like a

you know what I mean, he's acting like a little
It was.

Speaker 2 (32:03):
Real rude, Like I get it if you're just like, look,
I'm not ready to be friends with you right now,
so I'm going to take some space one thing. But
to be that rude and relentless. I was like, man,
CC has more patience than I ever ever would have.
And then when he takes it and hangs the hands
into like some random chick, I was like, all right,

bro a booh bah. Because at the end of the episode,
if you remember when they're standing in like the halls
of the pediatric ward, you know they have this like
sweet moment. Looking back, I would not be giving anybody
a sweet look after that night with that man. I
don't even care if something sweet's happening or it's Christmas,
You're still going to get the full dirty look.

Speaker 1 (32:41):
That's true. That's true. So obviously, you know you you
had made a decision to go, you know, to take
your talents elsewhere, right, that's right, So then you bring
him a gift first of all, that's your fault.

Speaker 2 (32:57):
I also thought that was like ridiculous. I was just
sort of like, you know what, it is. It's not that.
It's people in their twenties in relationships that still have feelings,
but they don't want to have feelings. So then they
sit there and say, well, let's just have a friendship,
but they don't know how to handle the friendship and
it's mixed messages and it's messy. And that's also why

New Girl I thought, was like such a great show,
because of course it doesn't make sense. But nobody when
they're dating in their twenties and they fall in love
but they don't know how to handle the relationship, makes smart, rational,
sensical choices. So in that way it checks out. Of course,
you're weird. X that does want anything to do with
you would show up and give you a present and
you'd be like, what do you mean a present for
you said you don't want to be with me? Classic?

Speaker 1 (33:41):
Classic, Yeah that makes sense. I'm not gonna lie you.
I still every once in a while look at my ex
girlfriend's IG stories, so I say.

Speaker 2 (33:49):
He knows you're looking.

Speaker 1 (33:51):
I doubt it.

Speaker 2 (33:53):
Feel like I have a whole burner account. I have
a ghost I G account. I stocked my exes.

Speaker 1 (33:58):
It's called welcome back to our show. I go to
her page for the welcome back to our Shall it go?

Speaker 2 (34:06):
Okay? All right?

Speaker 1 (34:09):
So, but also simultaneously, what's happening in this episode I
will say, is is Nick you know, Nick is dating
Olivia Munn in this one, or Jake is dating Figs
you know what I mean? Uh? And so it's a
weird it's a weird dynamic between them two because she
is a stripper, which fun fact, I dated a stripper.

And that's that's the story. That's the whole story. But
it's nothing different or it's not like, you know what
I mean, you're walking into orgies every day or something
like that.

Speaker 2 (34:41):
I think what they're trying to imply with him, though,
is that he's intimidated by her comfort around sex and
her body and being confident. But it's really I think
that's what her whole thing is. She's just she just is.
She is just a confident human who happens to also

do that for a job. That's right. And so I
feel like that's where she gets super offended, because she's
just like, I'm just a human being and I do
that for my job, and yes I'm confident, and yes
I'm ballsy and strong, and you need to get it together.
That's why that moment when they go to that third party.

I love that scene of jessin Nick in the phone
booth where they're kind of calling each other out and
it's like a real friendship. It kind of reminded me
of a lot of conversations You and I had our
trailers as friends. We were dating people and figuring things out.
It was just really honest but kind yeah, because making mistakes.

Everybody was making mistakes. But it's a really sweet It
was a really sweet another little Christmas moment. But this
is what I will say about that Christmas party. And
I don't know because again I did not remember this episode,
so I watched it with fresh eyeballs. When Jake comes

over and does the laugh dance for Olivia Munt and
there's nothing I love more than watching Jake Johnson dance
in a show because I know he hates it so much,
so he gets super weird with it to make it
funny because he's uncomfortable. So it's my favorite thing to
watch as a friend watching a friend have to do that.
So I'm already like laughing. But when Max Yes chapped

in and pushed Olivia out of the way and said,
this is how it's done.

Speaker 6 (36:39):
Because in my mind, this is the first time I've
ever seen this and does this scene and the way
Jake slithers to the floor between his legs and runs out,
it honestly is the I started laughing so hard and
I started crying.

Speaker 2 (36:58):
It one of the funniest moments. I was like, how
is one of the funniest moments maybe in our series?
That just little moment I forgot because I don't forget
that stuff. I was so delighted that I could rediscover
a moment like that in our show and it could
catch me off guard and make me laugh that hard.

Speaker 1 (37:15):
Oh yeah, no, no, no, I died laughing watching it.
I was rewatching this the other day and I was
in tears, tears because I don't remember being there for that.
I was just like, what, I'm like, mad.

Speaker 2 (37:29):
We could have been in the room and watched Jake
have to sit through it with Max, and you know,
Max want to make him feel the most uncomfortable because
it's super funny to him, and the way Jake would
have to get I would the fact that we could
have had front row seats, because I bet you we
weren't in the room when that happened, because we were
nowhere near that. It just kills me. It's a missy coordinator.

Speaker 1 (37:52):
Yeah, I know.

Speaker 2 (37:55):
It's going to now be in my like my top
like twenty funniest moments of New Girl ever, for sure.
I'm so grateful I got to rewatch it now.

Speaker 1 (38:02):
There's a moment also when Winston is singing, you know,
upon the house top click click click. I think I
get royalties from that. I'm still I random random story.

Speaker 2 (38:20):
I was.

Speaker 1 (38:21):
I'd made a little bit of music in my day,
like stupid stupid stuff, dumb comedy albums and whatever and
parody videos and so you know, you have to register
that type of stuff with publishing companies, which is I
don't know anything about this type of stuff. And then
BMI is one of them, and I get these emails
randomly saying, check your B and my statement, check your

B and my statement. The new statement is in, and
I'm going, I don't even know my log again, what
is this? And I go in there and there's so
much random you know checks, and it's just like three
hundred bucks here, five hundred bucks here, two hundred bucks
here for and I'm like, over the years right, and
so they obviously get sent over and direct deposited, but

I'm not seeing them physically. So I'm looking at all
of these statements and I'm going, what are these four
and singing? Elations is on there? So me and me
and Sam Richardson get paid from Elations? Elations? Yes, And
then this me singing this song.

Speaker 2 (39:26):
I am in shock.

Speaker 1 (39:28):
I was like, what the he?

Speaker 7 (39:30):
Why didn't I sing more stuff on the show?

Speaker 1 (39:33):
Every just start singing?

Speaker 2 (39:38):
Oh yeah, the things you learn too late.

Speaker 1 (39:42):
They gotta get They gotta pay you. They got to
pay you for that beautiful voice of yours. You know,
I have a voice of a angel. That's what people say.
They see me on the street.

Speaker 2 (39:50):
They're like that, you are so out of Ston't maker
sing anything? No, you gotta pay us if she wants
to sing it.

Speaker 1 (39:56):
No no, no, no no no no. You got a
beautiful voice and everyone knows it.

Speaker 2 (39:59):
H Let's fast forward to the end of this episode,
because I have to ask about the Olivia Boom flash.

Speaker 1 (40:07):
Yeah, here's the.

Speaker 2 (40:08):
Thing that is Nick's girl. And then Schmidt runs out
to take a peek and Winston and I was like,
these are not your friend.

Speaker 1 (40:20):
Winston didn't take a peak. Winston had dropped something. Yeah,
ye had dropped something. He had come back to pick
it up.

Speaker 2 (40:27):
I was like, thanks for you friends, that's the most disrespect.
I was like, this is a Christmas episode happening.

Speaker 1 (40:36):
It was weird, but at the same time, I gotta say,
you know that's real. That'll probably happen. You know, it's
out to open, Like the clerk gets to see what
are you talking about? What are you doing.

Speaker 2 (40:48):
There's this great show called Colin from Accounts, Australian show
that I love so, so, so so much, and there's
from the pilot actor she walks out and she uh
flashes a boob, just like impulsively. And then the guy
goes to work and his friend is just like you

you saw like a like a free, a free stranger boob,
but like out in the wild, like you didn't have
to do anything for it, and they didn't expect anything.
They're like, this is like the unicorn of all unicorns
of life. Man, Like this is that's just like that's
the most you just had the most incredible experience of life.
And I just remember this incredible speech that happens and
Colin from Accounts, I love that show. I love the

couple that created that show. It's a wonderful show. You
should watch it. But it made me think of in
this episode. I was like two guys, two guys in
her episodes off free boob in the wild, two of
them just twube boobs in the wild, which I guess
for a lot of people that's just like highlight of
the ear. Never forget that climate was a free.

Speaker 1 (41:53):
Boob, loose boobs, loose boob.

Speaker 2 (41:57):
The Christmas gifts and this.

Speaker 1 (42:00):
Oh yeah, there are the real gifts for me and
fun fact, everybody know she didn't really flash the clerk. No,
we didn't really see her boobs. Okay, guys, calm down,
but you're just tooster own away. You're weird.

Speaker 2 (42:15):
But I will say the actor played Black Santa. I
never saw him again, So maybe that was real Santa.

Speaker 1 (42:21):
Maybe that was real Santa.

Speaker 2 (42:23):
Maybe that was Sam.

Speaker 1 (42:24):
We should look him up because hopefully nothing sad happened.

Speaker 2 (42:27):
So maybe it was really Santa. Maybe he was Maybe
you click on his accountant, there's there's it's nothing there
because he he's the Christmas We're trying to end this
podcast like that, I believe. Okay, ask me my favorite
question so that I can be really happy about it.

Speaker 1 (42:46):
Anna, we have Well are you happy? Are you? Are
you going to be happy about the question I'm about
to ask you.

Speaker 2 (42:53):
You're going to see, You're going to see?

Speaker 1 (42:55):
And I think me and all the fans out there
really want to know where's the Bear? Now?

Speaker 2 (43:02):
It's time for Where's the Bear?

Speaker 1 (43:06):
Where's the Bear?

Speaker 2 (43:08):
Where's the Bear is brought to you by Hyundai. When
it comes to your journey, Hyundai is thinking of every mile, ooh,
where's the Bear? Where's the Bear? I'm singing it hopefully
I get like a royalty, but it's my own song,
so I guess it doesn't work like that. Well, let
me tell you this is why our listeners are the best,
the best, and they're on the quest with me. Because

I got a DM sent to me from Shista and
she said, Miss Shista, she said the where's the Bear moment?
In season two episode eleven, Santa is In the first
ten seconds of the episode, Nick says that Santa gave
him his own fire truck and a eddy bear that

smelled like his dad's cigarettes. Thanks so much, y'all for
helping me prove my theory. Right Bear.

Speaker 1 (44:03):
In this episode, Kick well well, also fun fact Shista,
I'm sorry, but you dropped the ball, Shista. There are
a couple of more moments not when bear was just
said verbally. We also see Nick Johnson's bear ass and
we see Olivia Month's bear boobs.

Speaker 7 (44:25):
So this is my Christmas miracle that you would count that.
That makes me so happy because it basically shows me
that you're also on the bear believer side, which is
a very very very nice thing for me to hear on.

Speaker 2 (44:36):
A Christmas episode. So thank you for supporting it. Bear butts,
bear boobs, teddy bears. I will take them all I
needed bears, I'll take the trifecta.

Speaker 1 (44:48):
And you from Canada Bar Naked Ladies, Yeah band, which.

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Speaker 1 (45:14):
Yeah, Santa's not real. Santa's not real. Let's just end
it on that note, Santa is not real. That man,
a liar, he's a creep in your neighborhood.

Speaker 2 (45:24):
It should be a relief to people, It should be
a relief. I'm so sorry we ruined that for you,
but you should be relieved that no one's creeping into
your house and watching you all year round.

Speaker 1 (45:33):
Yeah. No, ya, that's weird. That's weird.

Speaker 2 (45:35):
Yeah, let us help you out.

Speaker 1 (45:37):
Okay, Uh, we'll be right back. Welcome and folks, we
are back and we were you know, as we always
do on this lovely, lovely show. We're go ahead in

this thing with a little segment we'd like to call
Nick's Box now since we're missing Zoe, you know, we're
doing a very special Nick Box. We're going to go
back to our closets and pull out our favorite memories
from Santa. So, Hannah, what was your favorite memory?

Speaker 2 (46:22):
This is the one create Honestly, it's a Christmas miracle, Okay,
because I truly believe so far, in all the episodes
we've watched, I have remembered all of them so clearly,
every single one. And the fact here's the gift of
the fact, though, except for those stuff shot in that
crazy house, because I remember that house so clearly. The

Christmas Miracles and now it's my favorite memory of not
only this episode, but it's gonna be up there in
the season. Is going to be the moment where Schmidt
lap dances for Nick. That is just It's just and
the fact that I didn't know what was coming and
I got that punch in the chest laugh is it's

gonna make me smile like all week. One of the
funniest things. I'm so grateful I got to see it
with fresh eyes and my Christmas spiracle is that I
forgot it ever. Thank you so much, Black Santa.

Speaker 1 (47:20):
Yeah, Black Santa. That's probably my favorite part of this
show was was getting to hang out with an old
dude with a beard, the old black dude telling me
all all these old civil rights stories. Now I'm kidding, Yes,
Isa is a lie. Yes, Miss Jerris pond Dexter, point Dexter.
Jeri's Pointdexter. He's still alive. He's not creeping in your house.

Is he's an actor, folks, He's not real Santa, He's
not really Santa Claus. Fantastic actor. But no, I would
say that's probably my one of my favorite moments because
you know, I love the moments when we're all sitting
in a car or all, you know, doing a bit.
We're all in the scenes together, you know what I mean.
And when he shows up, you know, that just add

a little fun, quick little moment to kind of tie
up the loose end of Winston not knowing or you
know if that is real or not. You know what
I mean to me, It just keeps adding to the
mystique and stupidity of Winston, and obviously down the line
you'll see more and more stupidity come from him. So yeah,

i'd probably say that it's my favorite moment.

Speaker 2 (48:33):
I love doing this episode with you more.

Speaker 1 (48:35):
It was great, Ah, you as well, you as well,
So folks, go ahead and give us five stars.

Speaker 2 (48:43):
You know, if you like this episode, I like how
shameless we are. We're just like, we love doing this
podcast so much. We really love hanging out. We love
rewatching our show. I love all the messages you send
and help me on my bear quest and things you notice.
It truly is like, oh, it's just the best job.
I can't even call it a job. So I think

that's why we're shameless. We want people to know how
much we love it. We hope you love it so
let us know if you love it.

Speaker 1 (49:09):
That's right, let's go buy a mug.

Speaker 2 (49:12):
All right by sea.

Speaker 3 (49:18):
You've been listening to Welcome to Our Show, a New
Girl recap podcast. Welcome to Our Show is a production
of iHeartRadio, hosted by Zoe Deschanel, Lamurn Morris, and Hannah Simone.
Our executive producer is Joel Moonique. Our engineer and editor
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Speaker 2 (49:51):
Thanks for listening.

Speaker 3 (49:52):
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