Who doesn’t love a little mindless reading? That’s what we have for you today. We did another one of these a few months ago and thought we’d do it again. If you need something to discuss over dinner today, ask your family these; you can thank us later.
If you had to work but didn’t need the money, what job would you choose?
Caroline-The behind-the-scenes stuff about movies and TV shows is fascinating to me. I love learning about how it was made, how many takes they had to do a specific scene, what the set was like, etc. So, if money doesn’t matter, I would work on a set of a TV show. I’d be the janitor or the gal who refills the snack table. I wouldn’t care which job it was if it gave me the opportunity to watch a show being made. If I had the option, I’d much rather work on a TV show set because then you’re [hopefully] with them for several years. Michael Schur, call me!
Kat- I would want to do something in the entertainment industry. I don’t have the talent to make a lot of money from this, but I’d have a blast doing it. Radio host? Background actress? Talk show sidekick? OR maybe I’d give tours at the Warner Brothers Lot. Have you ever done that tour? It’s top notch. If I could drive a golf cart and talk about Gilmore Girls, Friends, and Full House all day, sign. me. up.
What food do you absolutely refuse to eat?
Caroline-Easy. Olives, steak, and tuna.
Kat- Anything with a bone- wings, steak, chicken. I can’t do it. I am not a Geico caveman.
If you could be a part of any TV-sitcom family, which would it be?
Caroline- Clearly we like TV around here. Ugh, this is such a tough one. There are just too many good choices. FRIENDS will forever be my go-to favorite. Full House reeks of nostalgia for me. The Office is the funniest show to ever grace our television screens. Plus, because of Instagram, we know that the cast from each of those shows actually like each other and still remain friends. I’d have to say FRIENDS. I would gladly help Monica clean her apartment and share two pizzas with Joey every day of the week.
Kat- I’m taking some liberty here. It’s probably because of my stage in life, but I would want to live in the New Girl loft. The residents of apartment 4D were basically a family. There is so much to love there. I’m kind of already Jessica Day, so I just need my boys to serenade me with “Time of My Life” and play True American. And Schmidt has some of the best lines ever committed to television. Tell me I’m wrong.
What’s something that’s always in your fridge?
Caroline- I wish I had a really fun answer right now, but I don’t. If you opened my fridge any day, you’d always find a copious amount of berries, some kind of greens, and these two friends of mine.
Oh, and hummus.
You get to choose someone famous to serenade a dinner party you’re throwing, who do you choose?
Caroline- Hmmm. I don’t think I can choose one. I’m going to pretend I can choose three. During appetizers, Celine would wow us with her talent. Then that would be enough because I think she’s kind of a weirdo but love her music. I think Garth Brooks would be as delightful as he is talented, so he could serenade us during the main course. Finally, I’d want Jimmy Fallon during the dessert portion. I realize he doesn’t probably come to mind when you think of a famous singer. However, that man is talented. I’d probably just want him to do his musical impressions that he does so flawlessly.
Kat- Michael Buble. Hands down. I got tickets to see him one year for Christmas, and it remains my favorite concert ever. My best friend, Whitney, and I got moved from the back row to the very front row and fan-girled SO HARD. He’s hilarious and his voice is an instrument. I just got chills thinking about him opening the show with an a Capella version of “Cry Me a River.” (Not the Timberlake version)
Thanks for joining us today. Maybe you got some new conversation topics for the dinner table tonight.
Peace, love, and Buble,