EPISODE 5: BONUS: S4 Episode 1-3 - Live Reddit Talk

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Harvey Guillen joins a live Reddit Talk where he answers questions about Season 4 Episodes 1, 2, and 3. 

Join us on the next LIVE REDDIT TALK Thursday 7/28 @ 1:00pm PT

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Straw media. All right, we've
got a lot of people here. For

those of you just joining us,
this is a live discussion in a m

a with the star of what we
do in the shadows heart. Again,

there will be spoilers for the first
three episodes of this latest season, season

four. I hope you've seen him. If you haven't, what are you

doing? Go Watch the show,
people, come on, it's great.

So you're gonna be able to raise
your hand uh, and we will call

him as we see him, in
the order. No preferences, I promise.

Breathing. It's sowhelming heart. Bizarre
has. So tell me, why

would anyone want to be live if
might have a reputation before she arrives?

But Trust me, we have way
more fun the after life. We have

way more fun. Lie. So
everyone, for those of you who are

just joining us, this is a
live am a discussion of our favorite show,

what we do in the shadows,
with the Star Harvey himself. Uh.

If you want to ask a question, once we start asking questions,

just hit that raise your hand button
uh and we will get started. Are

you doing, Harvey? You're excited. I'm so excited. I see a

lot of people here. I'm really
excited to answer your questions, or as

many as I can. Yes,
unfortunately we're not gonna be able to get

to everyone, but we want.
We can start right away if you are

ready, ready for some questions?
Yeah, let's do it, all right,

let's bring up the first person I
see. Growth come on down,

all right, I'm you ask your
question. Hi, Um, hi,

doing. I was just wondering what
is it like working with Matt Barry?

Is he just like gliss from the
a t crowd, or is he just

like way different? What's he likes
a person? As you nice she you

know, he's really quiet. He's
uh, he's really quiet and keeps to

himself a lot. He's such a
great musician, like when he can pick

up any instrument on the set.
I'm always amazed at how much stuff he

can play, like you can pick
up the piano. He's actually wing a

couple of the songs that you heard
on the show last season. You probably

heard, uh, one of the
one of the songs that he wrote,

which is like vampires like to have
some fun and it's like a jingle Um

that we all get to sing a
little bit around the piano. I think

I have the sheet music for that
somewhere around here. But yeah, he's

just really quiet. We actually were. His birthdays may second and my birthdays

may three. So in a weird
way where like tourists and touriss him to

be very like, uh, independent
on their own. So he's very much

a tourist, I think. Thank
you for the great question. Growl with

as a fell Taurus. I agree. Yeah, let's here. Let's see.

Um, who is next? Remember
everyone, if you're just joining,

hit that raise your hand button to
come up and ask you a question.

We have let's see, a lot
of bells, I believe, is the

name. Come on down, ask
your question. There we go. Hi.

Are you doing? Hi, Hi, I love doing great. How

are you doing? I'm doing great. Were you calling from? I'm calling

from Manchester in the UK. WHO
UK? I missed. It was the

last place I visited before the world
shut down and my good friend, a

couple of good friends, lived there
in in good old England. Yes,

Jelly on England, and I just
wanted to ask you. Um, I

was reading an interview that you did
a while back and you were talking about

being a kid and going to first
uh Improv class and Um, I've just

finished university and uh, not exactly
employed right now, and I was thinking

that it would be kind of cool
if I signed up for an Improv class

and I bit the Bulla and I
did it and I have it coming up

in a few days and I just
wanted to know, do you have any

advice, because I'm really scared.
I think it's the best thing you could

have done. I honestly think it
is. No matter what the profession you

end up doing. I think an
Improv class can be great for anybody.

It really, it really can.
It just you know when I took classes

that you would meet all kinds of
people who were like public speakers or,

you know, practice law. They
it just makes you comfortable in a room,

in a setting where you can actually
hold a conversation and think quick on

your feet, and no one ever
regrets being quick on their feet. So,

uh, you know, it's fine, because I think it's the best

thing you could do for yourself,
especially going into the workfield. You know

it's gonna be uh, it just
it makes a difference when you're taking the

job interview and and you're just think
about as a as a, as a

sketch. You're just like today I
play the role of trying to get a

job and I'm gonna I'm really good. I'm really good at this role and

eventually you get the job and then
that day you play the role of employed

and then you played the role of
CEO. So it's just one step and

stepping stone in the right direction and
I applaud you for taking that. And

don't be of course, it's fine
to be scared. You'RE gonna be scared,

you're gonna have butterflies, but that's
part of the fun because you know,

you shake them off and then you're
part of yourself. Thank you.

Thank you. That was really nice
to hear. Thanks for Colin. All

right, great. Thank you so
much for that great question. I love

that. Love Improv and there's a
lot of it on the show. We

can tell it's very, very fun
IM PROV happening. We have old increased

seventy five. I have invited Um, they might take a second. Well,

while we're waiting for them to come
up on the concept. On the

topic of Improv, I'm curious how
much the show that gets to air would

you say is Improv I'd say that
you know, Um, I think Jermaine

quoted. This is saying uh fifty, fifty soft of the show. You

see the finals. The final version
is scripted and fifty is uh Improv.

When we say Improv it's pretty much
the same idea that the script had already

presented, except the word you might
be different. We added a joke,

we might have elongated on something.
So it's always nice to have the freedom

to do that with the creative team
because you don't get that as an actor

a lot. On sets it's usually
like, depending on what you know,

stage you're on, people can be
very sticklers of like the word per word,

like if you miss one of the
words, which makes sense the writers,

you know, that's their babies,
the words and their darling's and so

it's it's precious to that. And
so you wanted to say it the way

they wrote it. And some shows
are very specific on the rhythm of the

script and the way that it's written, and that's so you have to keep

in rhythm. You'll throw the whole
balancing off. But with our show we're

so great at, you know,
being free and and loose with the carversation.

That ends up being fifty. That
is exciting. And you know what

else? Is Exciting is that we
have a great name. We have Brittany

Shittany up here with us. So, Brittany, what's your question? Hi

Holiday, I was just wondering if
Giamo ever got Ted into a vampire,

do you think he would change his
sweater and Cardigan look? You know what

I think I would thought about.
That's a really good question, Brittany.

Uh. I thought about that question
because I was like, we don't want

to lose elements of old GIMO right
because he longs to be something new.

So the idea that he would probably
have some kind of cool version. I

mean, I think it's a cool
already, but I think maybe like a

vampire cool version if he gets change
a vampire, would be very fun.

You know, like some kind of
like I don't know, the same pattern

but on a leather version, like
skin tight latex or something that would have

the same like engrave pattern into the
leather. I don't know, but I

think you know Laura Montgomery, who
is our costume designer, who just got

nominated for an emmy for this show
for costume design, which is a big

accomplishment. I'm sure she will whip
something up amazing. I love where she's

taking Germo's wardrobe and we collaborated on
last couple of seasons with the idea of

like the vest, the Blue Vest, the rolled up white sleeve, striped

pin stripes shirt with the brown gloves
that have now become part of people's Cosplay,

which I'm so excited to see a
comic con this weekend. I saw

pictures already, but it's it's really
exciting because whatever she decides is the Wardro

for the characters will be someone's like
costume next year. Well, that's incredible.

I'm really so stars right now.
It's so great talking to you.

Thank you so much. Thank you, Brittany. Thank you so much.

Problem Uh, you mentioned comic con
really quickly before we go on. You

have a panel coming up, don't
you? I do. We have a

panel Sunday and hall H, so
the Big Hall. If you're done a

comic on come down and see us
and also, if you know tickets,

you know are sold out and stuff
for some of the events. But if

you come down on Saturday there's gonna
be a kind of a greening of cosplay,

so you know where your best yet
and more best Gizmo or best character.

Just come on down and uh,
and there's gonna be a gathering,

I think at around one o'clock.
It's the it's a one thirty on Saturday

at the San Diego Bayfront Lawn,
so at the on the Hilton San Diego

Bay Front Lawn. That's Saturday at
one thirty, and then on Sundays at

one thirty at hall h if you
want to come see us in the hall

at one fifteen, sorry, on
Sunday one fifteen. Uh and I think.

Yeah, specific standard time. Yes, yeah, great, uh.

Perfect. Well, I think we're
all the fans are excited to hear what

we're gonna find out at comic con. Speaking of fans, we have another

one up here. That is Monday's
our TURDS, great names. I'm hi,

hi, for blessing our timelines with
those instagram pictures from you. And

came on at Disneyland that just like. It was so awesome to see Um.

Can you tell me what was your
favorite like attraction or thing that you

introduced him to that day? Well, for me it was the fact of

seeing Cavon's reaction to everything, because
he's never been to Disneyland and so I

promised him that I would take into
Disneyland and had been on hot you know,

it's been put on hold for a
couple of years because the pandemic,

and I said we're doing it the
next time, hometel A, I'm taking

your Disneyland and he says, all
right, man, oh right, all

right. He's like, I can't
wait. And then he wanted to you

know, I had this plan like
Oh, we could have dinner at club

thirty three and like make it really
nice for him, and he said no,

man, just want I want corn
dog, I want to just popcorn,

want, you know, I want
to sweep some and he just wanted

to do all the things that you
would do if you would to Disney for

the first time as a kid.
And and we did that. You know,

we go at the Corn Dogs,
we've got the ice cream, we

ate our way through Disneyland and California
Adventures and and thankfully, you know,

people in our group were there to
like take pictures, my sister who was

kind enough to like, you know, take the just for me, and

we're able to post that and apparently
the fans really loved it, because they

did so well on Tiktok. We
got like one day. It was like

one point something views or something,
and that was insane and I was like,

wow, we should have just made
a whole show episode of Disneyland.

People seemed to I would watch that. Yeah, thank you so much.

Thank you. That looked like a
lot of fun. I have to say

always like it was so fun.
It was so fun. He had a

great time. We were exhausted by
the end, but we had a great

time. It was and it was
just nice. It was a nice,

perfect day. Well, that is
that is very exciting. Quent to Disney

for the first time, something that
he probably will not forget. No,

all right, uh, Soy rain, I think I recognized that name from

our discord server. Come on down, Soy rain, got to turn on

your microphone. There you go,
you got it. Uh So, I

was wondering looking into that's about how
got it there lamenting SISM, like is

he getting more, you know,
Sassy, or I don't know, he

is getting a little Sassier, isn't
where? Where are you calling to me

from? Um, but why?
Oh, I just love to hear everyone's

from around the world. Um,
he is becoming a little Sassy, or

you're right, I think he's going
to be into his own with confidence I

think for over a decade he was
submissive to Nandor and and then remember when

he started realizing that none of the
familiars around him are getting turned into vampires,

except for by accident, like Jenna, who got turned into a vampire

really quickly in season one, and
then finding out that Benji Nando's old familiar

had never been turned into a vampire
for so many years. He's starting to

see that if he plays by the
rules, sometimes, you know, you

don't get what you want because you're
playing by someone else's rules. So,

you know, it's the old saying
if you well behaved, people seldom make

history, you know. And so
he's stepping out of line and he's stepping

out of line, contesting the waters
and finding out that he's more powerful than

the things, and I th it's
a good message for all of us that

were more powerful than we think.
Just in our own space, holding our

own space, we give our so
much power of ourselves to someone else,

like to our employer, to the
relationship we're in, to our parents,

to anyone uh that we give that
power to. The power is yours to

have, our yours to give.
And with the animal he's starting to regain

his power and he's more powerful than
none of us could imagine. Thanks so

much, Harvon. Thank you.
We have we had some people who unfortunately

could not make it today because of
the time and you know not everyone can

come, and left questions with us, uh, so that you could still

get a chance to hear they're great
questions. This comes from stranger teddy,

another escort user. I love this
question. They say they really enjoy the

premise of GARMO and laslow Co Parenting
Little Baby Colin, uh, and they

want to know what your reaction was
when you've read about that plotline for the

first time. Well, I was
surprised because, I mean usually, you

know, the adventures are taken by
Um Nan Doren and Guillermo or Colin,

and you know uh and Matt,
or Natasha and Matt. So this is

the first time that Matt's character and
my character got to kind of play together.

It took US till season four,
but we really don't have scenes together.

So I got to spend more time
with Matt this season and people really

seem to like the dynamic between us. Um obviously he's a comical actor,

uh, super funny and talented,
so it was nice to do scenes with

him because of his approach and having
guermo's energy bounce off of him and being

like a parental unit. It's so
funny and you'll see in future episodes there's

more of that. I think it's
the next episode as well, an episode,

Um, is it four and five? You'll see more of that as

well, for them acting as parents
to the baby Colin, and it's just

funny because they take a role on
you know, the one of these good

cop warns a back cop at certain
times. One of them plays more maternal

Um and it's just it's just funny
to watch some of the art as well

that somebody just did. I saw
online. So yeah, it was just

fun. It was fun to play
that. I like when they make us

play different characters like that, where
or not differ character of different hats for

the characters. It's really fun.
I think of all the plot lines this

season that the audience is really grasping
onto, you know, Garmo being a

dad, people find it adorable.
Speaking of adorable, look at this little

narwall hat. We have bicture only
on your icon. Come up, ask

a question. Oh my God,
how well you got done? Okay,

we got a caller from all the
way from Mexico, from Yucatan. You

guys, I'm really excited. Yeah, I love where the peop from around

the world. Yes, it's so
exciting to do it talking to you.

Actually, my question is kind of
related to the last question. Um.

Well, we've seen so many sides
of Germore right, like we've seen so

many sides of him within the familiar
side, this layers side, the friend,

the best man, and now we
see the memo right, and it's

so cute, like we're enjoying it
so much, independent and I just want

to know what's your favorite side to
be playing? UH, for Gullermo.

You know, that's such a great
question. Um, I really I just

love when he gets to try different
things and I really have enjoyed his van

heusing side, I will say,
only because it shows him in the in

the in the full version of strength
that he can have, and it makes

him, if you notice, whenever
he's in his you know, bodyguard or

van heusing mode, he stands differently, he talks differently, he carries himself

differently, and I like that,
Guero, because he's a confident Guillermo and

he's a Badass and no one can, you know, funk with him,

and so I like that, Vietmo, but I also like his nurturing side.

And this this season. Um,
you know, he says something along

the lines of my mom used to
work a lot when I was little and

I had spent a lot of time
alone and no kids should have to go

through that. And so he he
feels for Baby Colin. And, you

know, and that's understandable, you
know, uh, coming from like immigrant

parents, myself, like, who
are hard working, had to have several

jobs to just support the family.
Like you start, your siblings become you're

you're also co parents and they start
looking out for one another, and so

I feel like he had take on
the role of a parent for for Baby

Colin, only just because he will
not let this child, you know,

be raised in a in a room
full of vampires who have no natural it's

been decades, you know, our
centuries, since they could potentially even consider

being a parental figure and what that
entails. So it's good for him,

Yetimo to stay, you know,
stick by, because he was gonna leave

the house. So he's gonna I
like this character. I like the maternal

theo man more because it's soft,
it's sweet, and HBO also is that

he will protect the whole household to
no end, so don't, don't mess

with him. Thank you, Harvey. Yes, yes, yes, yes,

I love with people from all over
the world, such a global audience

for this show. Yeah, perfect. It looks like we have someone from

Al Canadar here. We have Nandora's
sister, sister of NANDOR UNDERSCORE XP.

Hello, hi, happy Thursday.
Hi, where you calling from? I'm

calling from California. It's about it's
near San Francisco. That's the best way

I can describe it. Oh,
we're the same state. We're neighbors,

we neighbors. Thank you so much
for having this, of course, and

I'm right now. I'm having a
star struck moment. Thank you so much,

Harvey. Oh, yeah, great, you know now. Thanks for

coming on and I'm decided to do
the we'll be doing this every Thursday at

the same time, so if you
missed it this time, you can join

us next time. And if I
don't get your questions this time, I'll

get to it next time, hopefully, but we'll try to get it every

week. That's amazing. My question
is darn, I mean what we're doing

the shadows. Um, like the
behind the scenes. What's your favorite moment?

What your favorite moment, moments behind
the scenes of all seasons? Oh,

that's a good one. Um Gosh, behind the scenes moment? Well,

there's so many, just you know
where it is having guest stars,

like we have like Nick Kroll come
on and the first time we had Christoper

Sewan and now she's back when we
see her more as the UH, as

the guide, just just doing stuff
behind the scenes. You know, Christy

and I go have dinner together and
Kava and I go get ramen and uh

so stuff that when we're filming we
get to do together, stuff that's really

nice and and lovely. Um,
and I like behind the scenes on set.

It's just always fun, like I
think it's just like fun, like

it's just watching. You know,
Natasha walked through ten feet of snow with

their gown and it just gets soaked
in the end and it becomes heavier than

anything. She can't even walk then. It's like it's stuff like that where

it's like wow, people can only
see this, like what it takes to

make this kickball scene with Gail.
You know, that episode was fun because

we shot in the snow, but
it was freezing, but it was fun.

I was bundled up, I had
like my jacket and had a big

hoodie. Um. I just feel
bad for like that costume that Nandor or

that yeah, Nandor Natasha and Matt
Berry Ware. Their costumes were brand new,

altered, like handmade, beautiful,
but also the mature was like crushed

velvet and we were in the snow
and it was the worst combination because if

that, you know, if crush
velb gets wet, it gets damaged.

Uh. and. So we were
doing a swing. We were just joking

on a swing. I think there's
video this online somewhere where Nander's pushing me

on the swing and he's joking and
he turns his back and I come back

from the swing and I hid in
and we did video and he falls down

backwards and the costumes and I was
like no, because he falls back into

the snow and his brand new red
coat made out of crushed velvet and she

has just designed it and spend months. She's like no, don't. Luckily

did not quit those fresh snow.
So it came off like powder off the

back of his coat and no one
you know. No, it wasn't trouble,

but would like to have fun like
that, but sometimes the fun like

that could be like, oh no, we shouldn't have done that because they're

wearing a brand new costume. Thanks. One more question. I'm so sorry.

What's your favorite color? My favorite
color is probably teal. Oh,

I love you. That's very color. Thank you so much. Thank you.

Oh, I feel horrible now.
Um. Sorry, listen, I

have a good one. I heard
you have a good one. Um.

Another question from someone who couldn't make
it similar to the last question, talking

about, you know, behind the
scenes moments. One for nine from reddit.

I had a great question. They
said that Guillermo is, you know,

the straight man of the series in
some ways and he takes all of

the ridiculous vampire, you know,
drama stone cold seriously. But who,

both character and actor, makes you, you know, real life, you

break character the most. I mean
that's a really question. I when we

just had Christin Shaw on the show. Um, on behind the shadows,

and if you haven't caught up,
you can catch all three new episodes right

now anywhere you listen to the podcast. Uh, and we just released all

three today. So go on over
and take a listen, because Kristin knuck

talks about this as well. She
was saying again, Christina Mel tries.

She goes, how do he you're
the straight man in the show and everyone

you know that's hard to do and
I was like, you're right, it's

so hard to be in the show
because these characters are bigger than life,

like every time I'm in a scene
with them. It is so hard to

contain my guillermo like face and mannerisms
because he's so grounded and he's so like

the straight man. And you know
Nandor is, you know, he's just

bigger than life, and Natasha's character
is flying and yelling at at you know,

Um and Matt Barry's character and and
all the characters can be these slamboyant,

bigger versions of a human and Germo
has to be so subtle and soft

and quiet. So it's hard because
I want to break character and cancer it's

like an extra layer. But who? The person who does make me break

character a lot is Cavon. Cavon, it will be the only person,

and he knows that I hate bringing
character because I'm such a perfectionist when it

comes to that. That he shows
apologies, I'm sorry and I'm sorry.

Okay, I won't do it.
I won't do it again. And then

they go action and he starts laughing
at his own joke or something, and

then I start laughing too, and
it's just like it's like a ripple effect.

There must be dozens of, not
hundreds of hours of bloopers somewhere in

a vault that they won't release until
probably the thirtieth anniversity or something, because

I have not seen them, and
there's so many good bloopers out there.

I know that people would love to
see, but Um, it's just there's

so much. But yeah, we
came on. It's can people live for

the behind the scenes content? So
I love that. Yeah, I try

to keep that going. You know, I try to like always show as

much as I can, and that's
the reason I started the aftershow, which

is originally, you know, on
on I gene and now we moved it

over to this podcast format, but
that's what the reason I started was.

It was supposed to be a one
time thing, one time episode for the

Premiere because it was during the pandemic, and then after that week people are

like, well, see you next
week and I was like Oh no,

no, no, no, it
was just one one time, and then

they're like, well, you know
what, what am I what else am

I going to be doing? You
know? So I did it at a

necessity for the audience to see behind
the scenes, and then they kind of

grew into this thing where people really
really do enjoy it and they get messages

all the time as it coming back
next season? Is it coming back next

season? So now I feel like
a loyalty to the fans that like,

I want to give you as much
footage behind the scene, stories and guests

and all that. So that's why
we we continue it with behind the shadows.

Uh. So that leaves us time
for me the one more question and

then saying goodbye. So who's going
to be the lucky person and to get

their question asked? I will give
it to the person that's been waiting the

longest. Twenty two minutes. futured
appearance. Five, Oh nine, if

you want to unmute your mic.
Oh, they're gone. All. Oh

No, that's okay. The next
longest person corn on the coby. or

Oh, maybe they just wanted to
listen. They didn't want to participate.

Maybe they accidentally that's possible. Hey
there. Can you hear me? H

Yep, tylre, thanks for having
me on. What are you calling from?

I'm calling from good old Los Angeles
right now. Oh cool. Yeah,

so I was wondering. I grew
up being big fans of shows like

the monsters and Adams family and uh, I haven't really seen many horror themed

sitcoms since then that have at least
been as successful as those or what we

do in the shadows. So I'm
wondering. Were you a fan of those

shows? Do you think the show
takes any inspiration from those, and why

do you think we don't see more
horror sitcoms, just the regular old friends

or Seinfeld? Yeah, that's really
a question. Um, I think that,

you know, for me, I
grew up watching reruns of the monsters

and all those black and white,
you know, Um horror films that I

did watch, and also watched him
in Spanish because dad would watch him Um

and my dad's Spanish speaker would watch
a lot of black and white films and

Um, and that's kind of how
it was introduced into that world, because

it looks so familiar to me,
because I was like wait, what's this

Um? So in a weird way, was watching Spanish black white movies with

my dad that I got introduced to, like the monsters and stuff like that,

because it was it looked familiar when
I would see it on English TV

Um, and so I I love
I have always loved it. I've always

loved like the Adam family, I
always loved the monsters. I think that

they're making a comeback. I think
that this is the renaissance of of of

horror comedy, just because in the
last couple of years alone, you know,

Forbes magazine named the Best Horror Comedy
last year was where was within,

which was I was lucky enough to
be in uh, and when you film

a movie you never think like Oh, this is gonna be the best of

this list and this is whatever.
So it was really surprising to find out,

you know, that it was getting
accolade and attention where it was,

especially from Forbes. You know.
I was like, well, the hog

magazine, uh is now telling us
what, you know, they think the

horror comedy is, and it was
number one on their list. I was

like, okay, so I feel
like this weeging to come back. It's

it has to be done in the
right way. I feel for maybe a

couple of decades horror comedy wasn't hitting, maybe because it wasn't presented. So

you know, it's it's Hollywood is
fickle like. If you don't get it

right the first time, they don't
try right away. So if it's a

hit, they keep doing it until
people get burned out out of it.

And so I think for a couple
of decades it wasn't being done maybe perfectly

in the right way, and I
think we've kind of gone the formula down

again, uh, to the way
that it was in the old days with

the monsters and whatnot, where it
has to be really funny, has to

be really relevant, has to be
met up, but also classic. It

has to be it has to be
a lot of things and has to wear

a lot of layers and hats,
and I think we're getting that down Um

in the last couple of years.
So I'm excited, I truly am.

I think that horror comedy is making
a huge comeback in and is here to

stay for a while. Thanks,
man, I appreciate it. Thank you

all right. Well, that's gonna
do it great question to end on.

Uh. So, for those of
you who still have questions, uh,

you still have your hands raised.
We're gonna be doing this every week.

Very exciting, same time, one
pmpst weekly. And it's possible that your

question got answered on the podcast.
So Hardy. Can you tell us where

we can find the podcast if we
want to listen to it? Yeah,

you can find it on apple,
you can find it on spotify, you

can find it on Straw hat,
you can find it all everywhere. You

pretty much listen to all your podcasts. Uh. And also, I'M gonna

be here next story, so gonna
get to your questions. I'll get to

them next Thursday and if I,
for whatever reason, can't do it in

a mole on set, the person
who knows me the best and knows all

the answers to most of these questions
will be doing it, and that's my

sister, a mother, not Amanda, but a mother, and she'll be

joining you when I can't. But
I'm pretty sure I can make most of

these um but I look forward to
more of your questions next time. Great.

Well, thank you so much for
coming, Harvey. Thanks so much,

I did, and have a good
one. Have a good one at

comic con. Very exciting. I'm
gonna be there this week. I don't

forget to come on down to Um
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gonna be there. You never know,

wink wink. You never know who
might be walking by. All right,

well, that's gonna do it for
us. Thank you everyone for coming out.

We will see you same time next
week. Bye, everyone. Bye,

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