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Interview with Greg Grunberg of "Baby Daddy" on ABC
I love Greg Grunberg, and he seems very nice, friendly,
and down-to-earth in this interview. Of course, he's an actor, but you'd
be surprised - not all actors come over this way. He is on Twitter all
the time, and he seems that way there, too.
My questions below are in blue. However, they edited
them quite a bit. He and I had this whole conversation about his iPhone
app, Yowza! I just got a new Droid phone and had looked for it on my
phone, so I asked him about that, and he said that they were having some
problems with the Droid version, but that it should be fixed soon. We
gabbed about it for a while, too. The other questions here were posed by
other journalists, not me.
ABC Family’s Q&A Session with Greg Grunberg –BABY
Moderator Can you tell us a little bit about how you started working on
the show, how you got the part?
G. Grunberg Sure. My agent called me up and said well your dreams have
come true. No, that's not true. No, my agent said, listen I think
there’s a really cool show that you're going to love and your kids can
finally watch something that you're doing.
I’ve been very, very fortunate and had a, what I think is a really nice
career so far. Unfortunately all the things I've done from Felicity to
Alias to Heroes, even Hawaii Five-O, or the other show that I did called
Love Bites; they're all just kind of inappropriate for my kids in one
way or another. I've been looking to do something, certainly multi-cam
and comedy driven, and also it would be great if my kids could watch it.
This show, let me tell you something, I don't know if you've seen the
show, I'm sure you have, it’s so funny and its smart; the actors are
fantastic, especially with the way my character comes in. They’ve been
talking about him so much and he’s such an integral part of this family,
it's just such a fun, kind of cameo and hopefully it will develop into
more, who knows, but I've had so much fun working on it. So it was
really just a fortuitous thing, and again this cast is fantastic, I had
Moderator Is your character going to come back again, do you know?
G. Grunberg I don't know, that would be up to you, blog your head off. I
have a lot of friends on the show; I made a lot of friends and also
Michael Lembeck who’s just brilliant. He and I worked together many,
many years ago at the beginning of my career and then, actually a few
times, and he is one of the producers and director of that episode.
So he told me, and then a lot of the— everybody at ABC Family has been
so supportive during that process of making the show. So it wouldn't
surprise me if I came back, I would love to come back in any way
possible. I had a really good time.
Moderator What can you tell us about your character as Ray Wheeler?
G. Grunberg Ray Wheeler is the kind of the much talked about father of
the two boys and now grandfather and ex-husband. You know Melissa and I,
we had this relationship and it's hard not to love Melissa, so it was
kind of challenging because we were kind of at each other's throats in a
really funny way when I first get introduced on the show.
There are some major surprises to my character, there are a lot of
unknowns when I come in, so they’re talking about me like, oh you know
it's dad and their whole reason why my character comes back at this
point is because they're trying to reenact this Christmas card, this
tradition that they've had on the show, the family has had, of taking a
family Christmas picture.
It's a shock to Melissa and to the family and to our friends, that
they're saying, oh, he's coming back, he’s back? It's great to have this
kind of mystery behind it and then my character comes in at the very
beginning of the episode, so it's fun. What I loved is the whole holiday
aspect of it and the family aspect of it and also working with
everybody, they were great.
Moderator What was your favorite part about playing Ray?
G. Grunberg That there were so many sides to him. That he’s kind of an
unexpected character with what he does for a living and like there’s
this stuff, because he’s been out of the family for so long, so when he
comes back it's kind of like, well dad, so what's been going on and what
are you into?
One of my favorite things is there's always that tension between a
husband and wife that we're married, they raise these great kids and she
is such a funny, she's so brilliant and she's so funny, Melissa is, so
it was great. You'll see; I mean they're all hoping that everything will
work out, that we will kind of rekindle our love and how that plays out
it's just really, it's just done in a funny way. The writers are
brilliant and they really came up with something funny.
Moderator Pretty good, glad you were able to call in today.
G. Grunberg Yes, I know; I'm excited. I'm also doing a live, I'm going
to be on my Twitter stream taking questions live during the East Coast
feed tonight at 8:30, so I wanted, if I could just put that out there @GregGrunberg
on Twitter, you can go back and forth while the show is on, which is
going to be cool, and that's tonight.
Moderator I was a big fan of Alias, Heroes, and you're very short stint
on Lost. Comparing them to like Baby Daddy, very different shows, did
you have any experience with comedy previously to Baby Daddy?
G. Grunberg I did, I did a show called Love Bites, which was on a
different network and it was really funny and then I got to work with
Constance Zimmer, who I've always been a huge fan of, but that wasn't
multi-cam comedy. You know multi-cam is in front of a live audience, so
you really get a direct response from the audience and it's theater,
which is a blast, and especially when your working with actors that can
really kind of adjust and if something comes up and it's really
spontaneous and funny, you want to be able to go toe-to-toe with
somebody who can give it right back to you; I mean in the little ways.
I mean this show is a very, very well written and the jokes are funny
and the situations are great and characters are great, but it was just
really a dream. I had such a good time on the show, and like I said
before, my kids can see the show, which is great. I've done pilots
before and I did a sitcom with Michael Lembeck, the director and
producer on this many, many years ago called Flying Blind and that was
also a comedy.
So I kind of started off— and everything, like on Felicity I always
tried to infuse comedy into it. Alias, you know everybody would walk
into the room with a gun, I would have a calzone; I tried to be funny,
but it usually ended up on the cutting room floor. So this is funny,
it's a good way to be able to do comedy, but also in a way that's
If you watch the show it's a sitcom, no question, but the characters are
real and the relationships are real. So it's relatable and it's not
off-putting; you don’t kind of go, no one talks like that, everybody in
the show talks like that, they're real people. So that's what attracted
me to it.
Moderator After Baby Daddy do you prefer a single cam or a multi-cam?
G. Grunberg Both actually, I really just want to do comedy, I really,
really want to that, I keep getting drawn into dramas and sci-fi stuff
because of the success of Heroes, and I'm never going to turn down
reading a script or something that's just wows me and it's just
I'm definitely going to consider it and I would love to, I just love to
work and I love to work with a lot of people, but single camera; there
was a show on Stars years ago called Head Case. If you haven't seen
that, that's something to look up, that was sort of loosely scripted in
kind of a Curb Your Enthusiasm way and that was a single camera and I
loved doing that.
But there's just really nothing better than, to me, multi-cam where
you're with a group of people that all can hold their own and are great
actors and it's like my band, Band From TV. You know I play in this
band, I'm the drummer, if I make a mistake everybody knows it, and
there's something very exciting about that. When you're in front of a
live audience you can play to that and you get more takes and you can
fix mistakes, but it's just a blast. It's so much fun; it's the dream
job for an actor, especially with a group of people like this. So I had
a great time.
Moderator Actually I saw you guys play at Griffith Park a few years
G. Grunberg Oh yes, for Netflix. That was awesome, thanks for coming out
of that. Did you have a good time?
Moderator It was a great time.
G. Grunberg That was a crazy gig because we had so many celebrities,
that was like, Hayden, and Hugh Laurie, and Terri Hatcher, and Jorge
Garcia. That was a crazy one, I loved that gig.
Moderator How was it playing a dad of these
two young men?
G. Grunberg Well, first of all, they're awesome. They're just so great,
and then I'm like a kid. I really am, so the fun part about it was that
I could let that side of me out. It's written that way. It was he's
really down there with his kids having fun, even in the first moment I
walk in the door. It's like hey, you know, he's that kind of dad and
hopefully you just love to him right up front.
Then I think hopefully the audience will like Melissa's character, she
kind of breaks and goes, you know what, he's a great guy I want see. So
hopefully the audience will want to see us get together again, and then
they'll love the outcome and the surprises and the stuff that's revealed
about my character, but I just had such a blast.
The weirdest thing for me was getting the script and going wait a minute
I’m a grandpa? Hold it, hold it, what? I'm looking for gray hairs on my
head, I'm like this is crazy, but there are a lot of people— I got
married young and it completely makes sense. I think it works. These two
guys, you know I'm 46, so I could definitely play their father and I
would not want my 16-year-old to have a baby right now, but it's
It was great being able to be the dad, being able to have romance stuff
going on with that you're dealing with, and also all the emotional stuff
of seeing your granddaughter for the first time. It was really fun.
Moderator Did you get to work with an
actual baby, and how was that?
G. Grunberg Yes, they have twins on the show and these babies are great,
but they're not both great at the same time; they’re babies. I worked
with babies on Heroes, I had a son, my character had a son on the show
and I tell you the weirdest thing is when a baby is on set and he's more
professional than any other actors on set. It's like when you say
Moderator No crying, huh?
G. Grunberg Yes, it doesn't cry, action and they’re in that robot mode,
that's weird, that's really weird. You go, wait a minute what is going
on, they're like cyber baby. But that wasn’t the case on this, and it's
a challenge because there's a live audience. I don't know how they do it
every week, but the kids are great and they pre-shoot also, so you know
without the audience we’ll pre-shoot.
But there's a big difference when that energy of the audience is there,
so they're really brave in the fact that they do shoot with the real
kids, with the real baby in front of a live audience and it just works.
You know there's a lot of a chorus of awwww, because the baby’s the
cutest baby in the world.
Moderator Spending more time on the whole live audience aspect, how was
your experience with that?
G. Grunberg I loved it. It was really cool. The one thing that I, my
reveal, like when I come in the door you don't know who the dad is so,
you know, they talk about him, talk about him, talk about him, and then
I walk in and as soon as I walked in I had this entrance they've shown
on the promos where I walk in, I’m like Ben, Ben. I had this big kind of
dad’s home kind of moment and it scared the baby when I first walked in,
so not only is there the live audience to deal with, but there’s the
baby and the whole thing, but it was a blast.
I’ve got to tell you, the idea of— and it's a lot like this, I have got
to say, you know like tonight I'm going to be live Tweeting during the
episode on the East Coast at 8:30. There's this direct response where
you see the reaction of the audience and you can actually interact with
people and see their direct response.
I mean for 20 years I've been acting basically in a vacuum and I have to
wait months till I get a call from my aunt that goes, “I don't
understand what just happened on Heroes, can you explain it?” This is
like a direct response from the audience and they're laughing and
they’re enjoying and you feed off that, so I loved it.
Moderator As a father yourself, were you able to steer the character in
any way, do you provide input on how he should act in this situation or
something like that?
G. Grunberg I would have if it wasn't so well written. There are a lot
of parents that are part of the writing staff and Michael Lembeck is a
brilliant director and show runner kind of producer/director guy, and
I've known him forever. There is something that goes along with, I try
to bring part of me as much as I— you know, I’m not getting all
philosophical, but as a dad you just, it's more taking stuff off and not
playing the dad.
I've always tried to be friends with my kids so that they'll open up to
me and tell me stuff, to a limit, I mean you want to be a dad, this was
written exactly that way. I mean I wouldn't have changed anything. It
was interesting coming back after; imagine you haven't seen your dad,
your dad left the family a while ago and then he comes back into your
life and they really dealt with all that stuff in a great way.
Moderator Actors start out pretty much as young kids or in their teens.
You started a little later than that; what were you doing prior to
acting and what led you to start?
G. Grunberg Throughout school, throughout elementary school, junior high
school, high school, I always dabbled in theater. I did the school plays
and stuff but I never considered it a career, it's a really tough road.
I grew up in LA and everyone around me was doing it and my best friend,
who was J.J. Abrams, and if you look back on his super eight movies when
he was a kid, I star in all of them.
It's like we were making those movies back then and he was becoming
successful and I thought I just have to try this. But before that I was
very business minded, too. My character on Felicity was kind of modeled
after me. I've always had a bunch of different businesses.
Right now I've got an app and the number one mobile coupon app on the
market called Yowza, and I created that and I've always had that kind of
entrepreneurial spirit. I’ve applied it to my website, talk about it to
help people with epilepsy; talkaboutit.org, and also my band, Band From
TV, which is all a charity band with other actors. I have to have an
outlet for that. So I would have been in business or I would have been
acting and I just gave acting a shot and luckily I've had some very
successful friends and I learned working with them.
Felicity was kind of my college acting school, I really kind of got my
chops on that show and the acting on that show was just incredible; I
had great actors all around me, and obviously Alias was just a natural
progression after that. But I've always wanted to do it and things
worked out luckily.
Moderator You just mentioned the person I was going to ask you about in
my next question. J.J. Abrams, you guys met when?
G. Grunberg When we were four; four years old. We've been friends
forever, and by the way, what's interesting about Baby Daddy is that
it's a sitcom, I've always wanted to do a sitcom and J.J.'s—believe it
or not—he's one of the funniest guys you can imagine, he's just
brilliant in every way, but he's really funny and we have always talked
about doing a sitcom together. So now this is my opportunity to kind of
go okay, I really want to do it.
That's why, hopefully tonight everyone will really enjoy the episode and
see, if you haven't seen me do comedy, you'll see a different side of my
acting that hopefully people will like. I mean I try to be as real as
possible and stay true to that, but I love the response from the
audience and I loved working with all the cast and crew.
Moderator My question is about L.A. Noire; I know you're in that
videogame. Can you tell us a little bit of what your experience was when
they captured your face and voice for the videogame?
G. Grunberg Yes, absolutely. I was just playing this last night with my
son. I love this videogame. L.A. Noire, as you know it's a 1930s, 40s
detective game set in Los Angeles and it's very accurate. The thing that
I loved about it, I've done a bunch of voices for games from Halo to
Condemned to Need for Speed, a bunch of things, and this was very
This was about 45 to 50 cameras video capturing my face as I was acting,
so there is no separation between voice and animation and it just
renders kind of an avatar, a moving, acting avatar of me and it's me. So
I remember the best compliment I got was the director— and by the way a
lot of great actors on that game from Mad Men and other places from; I
forgot the other show, but some great, great actors on there, and you
really get a sense of the emotion without any separation.
There have been times when I've done voices and suddenly I'm like oh,
that guy doesn't look like me and yet he's really stiff in his movements
and this was just as fluid and especially when you're interrogating
somebody and you want to see subtle clues as to whether they're guilty
or innocent. It was just awesome, it was a great process.
Moderator That's awesome. Now, have you gotten a chance to play the game
with your kids?
G. Grunberg Yes, like I said I was playing it last night and my favorite
thing is though, my kid’s friends are like, I'm interrogating you right
now Hugo Moller, you're going down, you're guilty. And I'm like okay,
keep going because I know secrets they don't know, which is really
funny. By the way, there are some secrets in tonight's episode too,
speaking of secrets. So watch Baby Daddy tonight and I'm telling you
you're going to be pleasantly surprised at what you think is the obvious
is not; it's just really, really cool the way they wrote it.
Moderator I want to ask you if you can give me a one liner update like a
Tweet on your different projects; I mean Band From TV, Yowza and all,
and how on earth can do you manage to find time to join Baby Daddy?
G. Grunberg Well you know, my first and foremost is my acting career and
then keeping that going and I put feelers out that I really want to do
something good, something funny and a live audience sitcom and something
else that my kids could watch. So I did a pilot that did not get picked
up, but I had the most incredible people behind it and it was
disappointing that it didn't get picked up, but it just kind of
established my love for this medium, and I really wanted to do a sitcom
and then this came along and it was perfect.
It was with people I've worked before; Michael Lembeck, who's a genius,
and then the cast of the show, they are just stellar, they’re just
great. So I had a blast, I just kind of fit in. I only did one episode,
I'm hoping that I get to do more; it would be so much fun. It's just
really a great group of people, the network is just growing by leaps and
bounds and I think this show is going to be one of those huge hits
that's going to go on for years and years.
There are so many really great characters that they can write for and I
hope to be one of them. I do have a lot going on, I have two movies
coming out that they're doing special effects on; one is called Mega
Spider and the other’s called End of the World for Sci-Fi Network. Then
I’ve got the band, Band from TV, and we’re still raising a lot of money
for charity, and my app, Yowza, is doing really well.
So I’ve got a bunch of things cooking, but when the perfect storm hits
that's when it's really tough, like when I have to go out of town for a
meeting. Like right now we’re doing a huge promotion on Yowza so I've
got to get the word out about that, at the same time I'm talking about
Baby Daddy, so it just balances. I make it work and it's a lot of fun.
Moderator Baby Daddy just got renewed for a second season, any plans
G. Grunberg Who knows, I’m hoping that they’re thinking about me right
now. My plan is to watch the show, that's for sure, and hopefully I'll
be watching myself in more episodes. But yes, I don't think, in my mind
there wasn't a question. After I worked on the show I was like, if an
audience sees this show, and ABC Family has a great audience, if they
see the show, it's going to work. It's funny, it's relatable, it's silly
at times, but they deal with the real thing, they have a baby to raise.
I loved Raising Hope, it's another friend of mines show, Greg Garcia’s
show and the idea, it just makes it real important when you're talking
about children and babies, and so there's that level of realism that you
can't get away from and they deal with it on this show.
One of the episodes I loved this year so far was when they thought that
someone was supposed to be watching the baby at all times and one
thought that the other was watching, and those consequences, the stakes
are real high; it's a baby. So it's funny, but then it's a very serious,
and that's what makes for, I think, a really interesting show.
Moderator Could you just talk a tiny bit about working on Lost and the
experience since you worked with J.J. and everything?
G. Grunberg Yes, I mean J.J.’s one of my oldest friends. Working with
J.J. was working with someone that we have a great shorthand with so
there's no kind of beating around the bush. If first take he didn’t like
it, he came up to me and he was like okay that was literally the worst
thing I've ever seen, let's go again.
It's not like how do I tell the actor—you know, we’re best friends and
it's always been like that working with him and Matt Reeves and Bryan
Burk and all those guys over there, but it was incredible. I mean I
didn't know on that show Jack was supposed to die, it was the original
plan; that character’s supposed to die and I remember talking to J.J.
about that in the script and going I don't think you should do that
because he such a great character, and he's the doctor, and he can help
Then Victor Garber, I think, was supposed to play the pilot— was Victor
supposed to do it, someone supposed to do it and then J.J. was just
trying to figure out what he would have me do in the pilot, just a
cameo. That came up and he said, get your butt to Hawaii, let's shoot
this scene and it's going to be a lot of fun, and I did and it turned
out to be a really memorable cameo, and then I did a few flashback
episodes and it was just great, it was great. I was so lucky that he—I’m
always lucky when somebody that I’ve worked with in the past wants to
work with me again, especially my best friend; it was great.
Moderator Who is your favorite Disney character?
G. Grunberg My favorite Disney character is Goofy.
Moderator Disney park?
G. Grunberg Favorite Disney park right now, you've got to go with
California Adventure. You can't beat the new cars, you cannot beat
California Adventure right now.
Moderator Favorite ride?
G. Grunberg Wow, that's a tough one. I'm going to go with the new cars
Moderator The new one; that's great.
G. Grunberg Or actually Soaring Over California. I don't know, there's
something therapeutic about that ride.
Moderator That is good; we've got the same thing out here.
G. Grunberg It's just incredible. That's one of those where you go, I
mean the Matterhorn is where I pull my celebrity thing and I go, can I
go again without getting off and they never let me do it. Can't get
enough of that ride, but Soaring Over California is just awesome,
smelling the oranges, come on.
Moderator Well since you're there, how about your favorite Disney food?
G. Grunberg Favorite Disney food. Well, you know the Country Bear
Jamboree; they used to have a barbecue place. I don't know if they still
have that place, but I have to say I've eaten at this private thing they
have at Disneyland called Club 33 and it's just awesome. When you find
something at Disneyland that you know—you’re so cared for at Disneyland
in ways that you don't even know.
My son had a seizure at Disneyland; they took care of us, and he was
fine, but it just was like, there were so many people around looking out
for your best interest and making sure you have a great time. It really
is just a special place.
Moderator You favorite Disney movie; old or new?
G. Grunberg Wow. My favorite Disney movie was. I mean I would have to
say it's one of the animated movies it'll either be Up or Finding Nemo.
I mean Up is just like, are you kidding me? It makes you cry in the
first five minutes and then you're on this ride. I just loved it.
Moderator You were talking about that you had a lot of friendships on
the set of Baby Daddy. Is there anyone you didn't know that you walked
away knowing a little better?
G. Grunberg Most of them I didn't know. I walked into that situation and
it's always weird too when, because I didn't audition for it and they
were kind enough to ask me to do it and so there is an expectation. They
don't really know what I do comedy-wise except for Michael Lembeck, I'm
sure vouched for me because I had worked with him before doing comedy.
Then you've got such strong comedy actors, especially Melissa, I mean
she is just amazing. So walking into that situation and hoping that
she's going to be a kind of, not a selfish actor and allow me to be
funny as well, and that's exactly what she does. There's a balance, and
all of them do. I mean Jean-Luc, he’s just amazing. They’re really,
really good, they know their strengths and they play to them, and it’s
in a way that’s like— and they were so welcoming, all of them are so
I bring a lot of baggage, and it's good baggage I hope, but it's, I have
people who know who I am, not in a huge way, but they know who I am,
I've done other shows and stuff and they couldn't have been more with
their arms open wide saying, hey let's have fun. All week it just got
better, and better, and better and then tape date was a blast. I did
want to leave. I was literally like, can I please stay, and luckily my
character is a family member, so hopefully they'll want to bring me
Moderator Do you have any plans to work with any of the actors and
actresses on any other projects in the future?
G. Grunberg Who knows, I mean you never know. I'm about to start a movie
that I'm writing and I'm going to star in and produce so yes, I'm always
looking for people that I’ve worked with in the past to— you never want
to take— I mean it’s nice to take chances and discover new people, but
it's also great to take somebody up a show like this and kind of say
hey, I have something that no one's ever seen you do, and it could be
funny, but also scary and that’s kind of work what I'm working on.
So yes I'm definitely, I always pull from the people in the past that
I’ve worked with that I know can nail it. I hate the audition process. I
would much rather, and after 25 years of acting I have a lot of people
that I’ve loved working with in the past and I always call them up and
go hey, let's do this thing and if they’re available sometimes it's
Moderator Any projects in which you can join forces again with Constance
G. Grunberg Oh I hope so. You know right now I'm getting, this time of
year there are a lot of pilots that are being developed and sold and I
have a lot of people that I’ve work with in the past out there, so I'm
getting calls from people going, hey would you be interested in doing
this and that and every opportunity that I get I'm always—you know I'm
on another show right now called The Client List, the Jennifer Love
Hewitt show. There's an actress that plays my wife over there, so I've
got two wives on TV right now, man what a blast working with Constance
Zimmer. She is one-of-a-kind. She is absolutely brilliant and the two of
us together, she's like this petite beautiful and I'm this big guy, and
it’s very funny.
I hope one day that I get to work with her again, and hopefully it will
be sooner than later. I just think there's kind of a magic that happens
between the two of us and so we'll see. She's constantly looking out for
me and I'm looking out for you her when it’s a husband-and-wife thing
that we're getting cast in, so if it works out it’d be great.
Moderator What’s a dream show for you to get start, sort of your bucket
G. Grunberg I really want to play the dad on a sitcom to be perfectly
honest. I just had a meeting with my agents about that and I said that
is what I want to do or get on a great sitcom that would have an
ensemble that I'm part of. I don't have to carry a show. You know I
don't have to be the lead in the show; I really love the idea of being a
I mean if you look at some of the greatest characters like from Seinfeld
or even from Felicity, when you say who's your favorite character from
Seinfeld you never say Jerry Seinfeld; he was just the rock. He was so
great on that show, but there are these great characters around him that
you go, oh George was amazing. That's what I would love to do. I'd love
to be on a show for a long time, like Baby Daddy.
There's another show that I've done called, that's a competing show, so
I shouldn't mention it but, How to Rock I think it's called and I play
the principal on that show. It's fun to be that kind of character that
kind of pop in. Hopefully tonight people will really love my character
on this show, it’s that kind of thing. They’re such solid characters and
actors on the show; it's fun to pop in and do something unexpected.
Moderator Is there anybody you just talked about kind of your dream
role, but is there anybody that you want to work with that you haven't
G. Grunberg Yes, I mean, there are a couple of people. I would love to
work with Vince Vaughn, I Tweeted out the other day about that and I
just think he's amazing; he's really funny and brilliant. I would love
to work with Tom Hanks. I did a movie that we were both in, but I didn't
get to actually work with him and he's just something special. I mean,
he's just so great, he's so honest.
Then on the silly side who I think is a good actress, really good is,
there's a bunch of them, I mean I could go on and on, but Jim Carrey I
think is incredible. You know I have these people that I really want to
work with and it's just as an actor it's really tough, it's tough
because it's got to be the right role. They could want to work with you.
I see them, I get surprised sometimes, people, I'll see a basketball
player, a baseball player, another actor and I'm such a fan of theirs
and they come up to me and say, oh my God I watched you all the time on
this and it's like what, because people watch TV, you know, and
occasionally they'll say let's work together, but it has to be the right
role, you’ve got to fit that role, so it's tough. I have a list, but
there's only so much I could do as far as making that happen.
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