Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Alex Wyse and Wesley Taylor of INDOOR BOYS

Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Alex Wyse and Wesley Taylor of INDOOR BOYS


(upbeat music) – Hey everybody, welcome to
broadway.com’s Live at Five. It is Friday, thank God. It is September 27th and
I am Ryan Lee Gilbert. – And I’m Andy Lefkowitz. – And we are joined here
in the studio, as always, by the marvelous Caitlin Moynihan. – Oh, thank you, hello everybody. – And we have some
incredible guests today. – Yes guys
– We have the Indoor Boys. – Yes, Alex Wyse and Wesley Taylor. (applause) The season debuts on Tuesday. – Very excited to talk about Indoor Boys. We’re also going to
talk about “Assassins”, also the tour of “What the
Constitution Means to Me”. All sorts of wonderful
things are happening. Also, four years ago today
Alex Wyse was opening Deaf West’s “Spring Awakening”. – No way, that was four years ago. – How precious, how sweet, right? We’re going to talk about
all that fun wonderful stuff, but first let’s talk
about today’s top five. – Ryan Murphy is continuing
to show his support for the Broadway community by just casting all of the Tony nominees possible I guess. – [Ryan Lee] Yes, I love it. – Yeah, he picks everybody. So we heard a little bit about Ryan Murphy’s new series, Hollywood. We heard that Patti LuPone,
who you might have heard of, is going to be in it. And Holland Taylor, who
you might have heard of, but today we found out that Jeremy Pope, who got two Tony nominations
this past season, is going to take on a lead role in it. Alongside Emmy winner Darren Criss. We also found out that
two time Tony winner Joe Mantello is going to
be involved in the cast, Jim Parsons, Dylan McDermott, a full slate of super talented people. It sounds absolutely incredible. It’s billed as a love letter to the golden age of Tinseltown. And it’s going to be set in the 1940s and focus on three characters
played by Jeremy Pope, Darren Criss, and David Corenswet, who will be on The Politician,
which starts today. – Started today, yeah
you can watch it now. Also you skipped over Samara Weaving. – Oh my god, yeah sorry man. – Who is unbelievable in Ready or Not. Have you seen that? – I have not, dude. – She’s incredible, sorry
just a shout out to Samara. (laughing) – So we don’t have a date or anything, but Patti LuPone is involved. Yeah, Patti LuPone and Jeremy Pope. – Netflix
– And Netflix So we’re going to be obsessed. – Stay tuned for more about that. – And only 89 days until my
favorite day of the year, and people like Idina Menzel
are helping me celebrate. – Idina Menzel is putting
out another holiday, Christmas, musical album. This will be her second one
after Holiday Wishes in 2014. What do we know? A talented group of stars
are joining Idina Menzel for this Christmas album
including, Ariana Grande, who she’ll be singing A
Hand for Mrs. Claus with. Recent Emmy award winner Billy Porter is going to be singing I
Got my Love to Keep me Warm with Idina Menzel. Also Menzel’s husband, Aaron Lohr, she will be singing I’ll be
Home for Christmas with him. And Josh Gad will be signing
We Wish You the Merriest alongside Idina Menzel. So many great people, I’m
sure there will be others announced soon and we’ll get, is there a full track list? – [Caitlin] There is a full track list. – We have a full track list. – She’s going to be signing
like a Christmas variation on Season of Love too,
so pay attention ya’ll. – Look at that, yes. You can pre-order the album now, but it will be released on October 18th. So you have a little time to pre-order and then receive, do
people still get hard CDs? – [Caitlin] Maybe people who have cars. – Oh true, yes otherwise
I’m sure it’ll be available for streaming on Spotify
and all that good business. Thank you, Idina Menzel. – And one of my Broadway queen icons is getting an honor she
so very much deserves. – Yes, we found out that
Charlotte St. Martin, who is the president
of the Broadway League, has been honored by
– [Caitlin] I love her – the Crain’s Hall of Fame
for her contributions. Charlotte St. Martin joined
the Broadway League in 2006 and she has done tons of things to improve the Broadway community. She’s actually the only woman on this list of six people.
– [Caitlin] Come on. – So hat’s off to her.
– Here, here. – We totally appreciate her contributions and congratulations. – And we have photo and video proof of Alice Ripley as Norma
Desmond, everybody. It’s real, it’s happening! – Incredible, we have been talking about Alice Ripley in this Sunset Boulevard in these seats for a very long time. – I can’t, I’m so upset because
it’s only a two week run and there’s one week left. Why are we here? – Are you going to go?
– I’m not. I don’t want to talk
about it; I’m so upset. – [Caitlin] Cancel the week. – So performances are underway. So yes, this is a new staging
of “Sunset Boulevard”. It’s at the North Shore Music Theater, which is in Beverly,
Massachusetts I believe. It is only playing through October 6th. Andy is going to miss it, unfortunately. – I don’t want to talk about it. – Of course, what can I tell you? Everything you know. – Alice originated the
role of Betty Schaefer – Betty Schaefer, yes
– on Broadway. (laughing) I know this is like your story
– It’s yours. – “Sunset Boulevard” is my
favorite musical of all time. – Yeah, of course. – My Bar Mitzvah gift was going to London to see Patti LuPone in
“Sunset Boulevard” in 1994, and I fell in love with
the show and Patti, but Alice is everything. – Yes, absolutely
– Super excited. Even though I’m not going to see it. – There are some other
wonderful people in this including Nicholas
Rodriguez, William Michaels, and Lizzie Klemperer. You can watch a video
on the site right now, footage of this, and
then ache away the fact that you probably won’t get
to see it, just like Andy is. – Maybe it’ll come here. – Maybe it’ll come here, yeah absolutely. – And we got a fun little feature, one of the stars of “Betrayal”. – So Zawe Ashton who is
making her Broadway debut in “Betrayal” is featured
on our site right now in a Fresh Face feature. – Caitlin talked to her. – I did, she was amazing, love her. – She’s a super talent who
is a three person play, as you all know, she’s appearing alongside Tom Hiddleston and Charlie
Cox, who are both making their Broadway debuts, as well as her. – So exciting. – Beautiful phots by Caitlin McNaney. So definitely check this out on the site. – She looks stunning.
– [Caitlin] Gorgeous. – Stunning, she’s amazing. – A few other things
that you can check out on the site right now
include: we have a first look at the Broadway production
of “The Lightening Thief”, which is opening at the Longacre Theater. You can see photos from that production. Also we have a first
look at “Scotland, PA”, which is the off-Broadway musical. Cait you went to the press
event for that too, right? – And I show the show
last night, actually. – He saw the show last
night; I saw it last week. It’s so fun.
– It’s really incredible – So you can see photos of that. – It’s ridiculous, oh my God. – Also we got some footage
of the Kennedy Center “Footloose” cast in the rehearsal. We have video of that
you can watch on the site right now as well. Um, I think that’s it,
but stay where you are. Don’t check out all that stuff yet. Andy, thank you so much
for doing the news. – You bet. – Have a wonderful Rosh Hashanah. – Thanks man.
– You’re very welcome. – Have a great weekend. Caitlin, would you be
so kind as to tell us a little bit about today’s guests? – Gladly, yes we have Alex
Wyse and Wesley Taylor here with us in the studio today to talk about the upcoming season three premier of their acclaimed
web series Indoor Boys. Season three! It’s here, it’s happening! And it’s full of some of
your all time favorite Broadway stars, who are
also their best friends. And it’s amazing you guys! Alex was most recently seen in “Waitress”. He also helped out producing “What the Constitution Means to Me”. We’re going to talk about that. He was also in “Spring
Awakening”, my heart. Wes was just in “SpongeBob SquarePants”, rest in peace forever,
thank you very much. “The Addams Family”, “Rock of Ages”. He’s going to be in “Assassins”. We have a lot to talk about. Make sure you follow Alex
@alexjwyse on Instagram and Wesley @sirwestaytay, I
can’t say that without laughing, it’s amazing, please leave
all of your questions in the comments below and please welcome Wesley, Alex, and Ryan. (applause) – [Ryan] Hello gentlemen,
it’s so wonderful to see you. It’s so wonderful to have you here. First of all, I believe Wesley you owe our Live at Five viewers (laughing) a little bit of an apology
for your last appearance in April of 2018, something happened here. – Wow, yeah the last time I was here, it was a mistake my the way,
I wasn’t invited properly. – The mistake, oh yeah, we were like, we called you, and were like,
could you run here please. You’re like, I’m busy. – This is just Wes’s apology tour. We’re not even going to
talk about Indoor Boys. – We should start by me just giving you a formal apology. I was on the street eating
a Roast Kitchen salad bowl that happened to have
a lot of steak in it. And they said it’s okay,
just eat your dinner at Live at Five. – [Caitlin] I wasn’t working
here yet, just to be clear. – But I could have eaten the whole salad other than the meat, but I chose, like you asked me a question,
and I put like a bit piece of steak in my mouth and chomped on it, and made you just like
ad-lib for like ten minutes. – It was, you know I
was earning my paycheck. It was lovely.
– I was challenging. – That you, I appreciate that. No, it’s so wonderful to have you back. And Alex it’s so wonderful
to have you here. I am such a, like many of those watching, I’m such a giant fan of Indoor Boys. I just re-watched both seasons. I love it so much; I love
it for a lot of the reasons that you both have talked
about why you created it. There was kind of a hole
there, like there wasn’t that type of thing for young gay men, and with the relationships
that we tend to have with groups of friends and all that. The third season premieres
on Tuesday, October 1st. Tell us a little bit
about what it was like to make this season, just start, what’s the sort of arc of this season? What was it is like making
it all together again? – Okay, well we, after the second season, these characters
absolutely had more to say. And there’s a lot more, more
places for them to develop. So we, you can jump in at any time. I’m so nervous (laughing) – [Caitlin] Don’t be nervous. – It’s my first time, I don’t
have a salad or anything. (laughing) – The salad was to hide behind. No look, this season Nate and Luke try their luck at being boyfriends. – Right
– So this is the season, – I wrote this thing, I
don’t know what it’s about. – It’s the boyfriend season. They’re really trying their luck at making a relationship work and
they move in together, into an apartment, paid
for mostly and designed by Nate’s mom, Ellen.
– Carolee Carmello – Yes, played by Carolee,
but yeah we explore like actually trying a relationship. And also living together, coexisting, because the first season
Luke was crashing with Nate and they were sort of living
together in that scenario, but this is like both
names are on the lease, like they’re doing it. And our cast has expanded
like exponentially. So the second season we
explored their relationships with their families and those dynamics, and we’ve just delved deeper
and really fleshed that out. And our guest stars are like times three. – It’s a cast of forty people this time. – Forty people, who
would have ever thought? That’s incredible.
– It’s maddening. (laughing) And amazing, just amazing
to have all of these people who inspire us and who are our friends and we love, and we just got to all be in a room together making something. – It’s an embarrassment of riches. – It’s unbelievable. – Every cameo is a
Broadway star or a TV star, so we feel very lucky. – Yeah without giving anything
away that you don’t want to, who are some of the other characters that we’ll meet in the third season that are played by these friends? – Well, we get a roommate,
so that’s a big to-do. – There’s a new Indoor Boy. – [Ryan] A new Indoor
Boy, groundbreaking, okay! – And he is played by the
wonderful Sean Grandillo whom you might know from, he was in “Spring Awakening” with me. – MTV’s Scream
– Youth and Consequences – [Ryan] The Real
O’Neals for a little bit. – The Real O’Neals,
speaking of Real O’Neals, – The OA
– Oh yeah And speaking of Real O’Neals also, Noah Galvin is in this season. – Fantastic, yes. – Ann Harada is in this season. – Ann Harada is like our new landlord. – I think there’s a Colton Ryan. – Yep, there’s a Colon Ryan. – A lot of “Alice by Heart” cast members. – Of course, naturally, love it. – What else? – Daniel K. Issac plays a
significant role this season. Daniel, from Billions and The Other Two. – Absolutely, oh fantastic. – Oh, and one of my favorite guest stars, Laura Silverman is in this season. – Yeah, it’s actually a “Comeback” reunion because Nathan Lee Graham is in it too. – Oh, look at that. – So Nathan Lee Graham
and Laura Silverman. – Jane from The Comeback. – Yeah, absolutely.
– So we have Jane. – That’s fantastic; that’s amazing. When you guys sit down,
’cause if you’re not familiar, you guys create it, you
write, you direct, you star. This is your baby. When you sat down to sort of break out the third season, what
were some of the things that you wanted to do
with this third season? Were there issues you wanted to touch? Were there relationship? What was important to you to
get in to this third season? – Relationships, I mean it was. – Yeah we, sorry.
– No, no, I forgive you. (laughing) – Good word choice. – It’s so great, I don’t forgive him. I watched that episode; it was insane. I texted him, what are you doing?! – He did.
– What are you doing?! This is humiliating for you and for me! I am affected by this,
I’m sorry I’m yelling. Am I sweating? (laughing) I think we really wanted to delve into relationships in this season. I think what my favorite
thing about this season is it’s really funny, but stuff goes down. I think even more so
than the other seasons. I think characters really
are forced to change. It’s not just like, in our past seasons, I think it was a series
of frustrating choices the characters were making. And now, characters have to
like go through some things and actually, hopefully,
come out the other side. And we’ll see how that unfolds, but I think some real stuff happens. – I agree, I think that
our main characters really do evolve and change. And that’s an exciting
thing about this season, that you may not have seen
in the previous seasons. Also, we were so in love
with the performances of Veanne Cox and Carolee
Carmello as our mothers, that we really wanted to expand their responsibility on the show. – It’s all about
– I love that little flashback we get in He’s a bully where
you just see them younger, when you two are children, and you always, like they’ve known each other. You’re like, what is
the relationship there? That sounds fantastic. – Yeah, I mean those two
women playing our mothers is an absolute dream come true. They’re two of our favorite
actors in the world. – Right, yeah totally. – And they always have been. And now it’s really
exciting seeing also how they have taken ownership of their roles. – Ownership of their part. – And you know, during
filming they would say, you know what, I feel
like instead of this, Ellen does this. And we’re like, yes, of
course she does, you know. – And we know as actors,
once you’ve been living with a character for awhile you
sort of know the character better than the person who created it. If they’re living it and
inhabiting it for awhile. – And that’s the greatest
joy in the world for us. – It’s a great feeling. – That all of these people, in this thing that started as hey, let’s make a sketch, like that’s how this started. – [Ryan] Right, yeah. – Let’s make a sketch ’cause we don’t have anything to do this month. And it’s turned into the Veanne Cox and Carolee Carmello show. – I mean the award-winning Veanne Cox and Carolee Carmello show. I mean this has been, it’s
very respected, it wins awards. When you’re writing these episodes, is there, do you take
moments of your life, and your relationships? Are those kinds of things
influencing what happens? Or do you talk to friends and family? Like where do your
ideas for the situations these characters are going to
find themselves in come from? – I always find that I feel
like the most effective versions of comedy, in my taste, is to find things that bug me about me, and then to embellish those things. – [Ryan] Sure, right yeah. – And to sort of build
off, exaggerate something that I am struggling with or something that I find ridiculous about myself. And then just make it
into sort of a monstrosity and then it’s funny. ‘Cause I think humiliation
is the best form of comedy. – I think we humiliate ourselves
quite a bit in the show. (laughing) And I think especially in this season. Just one insult after the next, at me. I think I wrote every
single insult about myself. – For yourself, well yours are the best, because you sort of
write your own insults. – Yeah, thank you. (laughing) – How does the division of labor work? Do you kind of plot
that out ahead of time? Or do you say, I think
you should helm this one? How does that sort of work? – So we have different
strengths and weaknesses but I do feel like the coupling
of our creative marriage really highlights each other’s strengths. So like I have a knack for structure and like situational comedy. And then Alex is a great joke writer. And you put them together
and we sort of like can sing-song each other’s ideas. It just sort of works. So a lot of times I’ll start off and he’ll do the second pass, and then I’ll do, we just
take turns on the graphs. – A lot of times, we’ve
said, like Wes starts and I finish, you know,
and like we mean sexually. (laughing) Um, no, um… no – Last we saw, Luke was very willing – Yeah that’s so true
– to be the bottom. – Yeah, he said I haven’t done this since, – Take one for the team (laughing) – But yeah, I think what’s nice though, I think Wes said it really well. We both have different responsibilities, and the same responsibilities in this, and we really step up for each other. – And then also in production,
and in post-production, we have different
strengths and weaknesses. Just today we were hours and hours behind a computer screen color grading, which is not my strength, but
it is more of his strength. Him and our cinematographer
Paris Remillard, – Oh my God, those big eyes. – Just like a really
sense of the aesthetic in terms of what needs
to happen color wise, and I’m just like color
blind in that situation. So we do trade off and help each other out in production and post, and pre. – And I don’t want to, so very excited to see the third season. Is it going to be a week to week? Is it all dropping at once? – All at once.
– Fantastic. – So the previous seasons
we would do week to week. And this season we are
dropping all in one fell swoop so people can binge. – Absolutely, and
re-binge, like I just did. Is there a plan, I don’t
want to jump ahead, but is there, do you
foresee where this goes? Do you have a set of seasons in mind? Do you have a, tell it as
long as these characters have more to say? – We have a few different
thoughts about that. One of the thoughts is that, I like that, we feel like our story
kinda of arcs in this season in a way that I don’t think
that people will feel, I hope, I mean I might
end up eating my words, but I don’t think people
are going to leave the third season feeling frustrated. But you know there could
be more to this story, and we’ll find out later. But at the very least, these three seasons tell a story that feels
like there’s a start, a middle, and an end. So I like that. – We have several other projects that we’re trying to develop. – [Ryan] Absolutely. – And without saying too much about those, ’cause they’re still just pipe dreams, – The title is (laughing) – [Ryan] The preview date is – We’ve been at the very early stages of developing a film that
we’d like to make together and we have definitely some
other ideas for a series. So whether or not Indoor
Boys continues on, or if this is the final
season, we don’t know yet. – But we know that this
is going to keep going. – Yeah, we’ll continue to
write stories together. – That’s fantastic, talking
about a couple briefly, a little other projects,
and then we’ll go to some of the people that are I’m sure sending lots of questions. “Assassins” next year
– Yeah – At Classic Stage Company
– Yeah – You’re the man who tried to kill FDR. – That’s correct. – What are your thoughts? How excited are you? How did this project come into your life? – I did a workshop of a
new musical last summer, or a few months ago,
directed by John Doyle, and I really loved working with him. He is a special director. And that is how this came about. We met working on that project
and then he offered me this. So it was very, just a very
happy surprise to get the offer. And then, to find out who
else I was playing with. – [Ryan] It’s crazy. – It’s just a dream, and those are only the five people that
they’ve announced, you know. Like I can’t wait to find
out who’s the Balladeer, and who, Hinckley and all
that so I’m really excited. – Yeah, it’s not everyday
that we get a piece of news in the office here and that
there’s a collective roar that happens and that was
certainly one of those. – I agree, I was very
excited to see those names. I had heard a couple, I
knew Pasquale and Swenson were going it but I didn’t
know about Uranowitz and – Judy
– I’ve never met Judy. I’ve never met Judy and I’m a huge fan. – Fantastic
– So very exited. – Also Alex, first of all
I absolutely loved you as Ogie in “Waitress”,
so absolutely fantastic. – Thank you, appreciate that. – But also, “What the
Constitution Means to Me” was quite possibly one of
the most amazing things I’ve seen on Broadway in
as long as I can remember. – [Catilin] Re-tweet – We’ve talked about it a lot around here. You helped produce that,
and it is going to L.A., it’s going to Chicago next year. Tell us a little bit
about what was it like to be a part of bringing this, and getting those Tony nominations, and giving Heidi Schreck
the most amazing platform, thank goodness. – Well, I mean I guess what
I would say about it is, I’ve never worked on a
producing team before, but I was just really honored,
and I had a lot to learn, and I was very excited to
learn about this other side of the business. I felt like a lot of it,
or some of it I should say, I already kind of innately knew from being kind of forced to
produce my own work, right? (laughing) So it didn’t feel like
such a huge leap to me. It feels like I’ve always had a producing hat on a little bit. So there’s that, but I would just say that that show is all about
how brilliant Heidi is and what she created with the
creative team on that show. And I am very hesitant
to say, like to take any congratulations for it. I just feel extremely
honored that I got to be a part of something like that. And that I got to help
facilitate that for her, because I think that
she’s an absolute genius. – [Ryan] She is, yeah. – And I’m just very moved and humbled I even got to be in the room talking about what’s the marketing strategy, what can we do, how can we, that I got to be a part
of those conversations was just kind of unbelievable
and like the message of that show is not lost on me. Like you say the title,
and I get emotional. So that’s where I am. – I’m with you, I’m right there with you. – [Caitlin] I agree, yes. – Caitlin, what would some
of our viewers like the know from Alex and Wesley? – Yeah sure thing, okay
so sorry I’m going to try really hard to say your name right, Zip – [Ryan] Zip?
– I’m gonna go with that. So Zip wants to know, you guys have had a lot of awesome guests. Do you have a dream guest for maybe any, is there anybody that you’re like, next project, must grab them. – Boy, I was just thinking of, you know I just did a reading with Micaela Diamond, and we were editing at the time, and I would, hi Micaela
if you’re watching, I’m about to sing your praises, but I would come after
the reading everyday, it was actually a two week reading, and I would come to our editing sessions and I would be like, this girl, (laughing) – [Caitlin] Amazing – Like I am confused, I
am, she’s just a star. I use that word pretty carelessly, but I really do think
that a star is someone that you could watch do anything mundane and it’s special and rare. And it’s like I could just stare
at those big ocean eyeballs and just like, so I wanna, by the way I wanna write something for you, Miceala. – [Caitlin] Send it her way. – [Ryan] Alex, anyone? – The first person that
comes to mind is Gus Halper. – Oh, he’s great, went to my school. – Yes he did, I love him so much. And we’ve tried, I think in the future I’m going to force Gus to be
in something that I write. I just think he’s such
an interesting actor. We were in Ride the Cyclone
together off Broadway and he has some exciting
projects coming up which you’ll see, I can’t
remember if it’s been announced. I’m not gonna say it. But he has something
very exciting this season in the theater scene. – [Ryan] Oh great, yeah. – So anyway look out for Gus Halper who’s one of my favorite actors. – Yeah, has there ever been anything that you’ve written for a guest star, or had an idea, and then had
to scrap, or had to change. – Yep, yep
– Absolutely I’m a little reticent to talk about specific things though
because a lot of times – Sure, no of course – You write something
with someone in mind, and then schedule wise they can’t do it, and you find someone else to do it. You’re unsure if they will
fulfill the expectations and then they reinvent
the role and you’re so gobsmacked and pleased
with what they’ve done, but it wasn’t want you intended. And I wouldn’t even want to
talk about it specifically because I don’t want them to know they weren’t our first choice. – [Ryan] Right, absolutely
– [Caitlin] Yeah, fair. – It’s like everyone surprises you. I mean the people that we end up with are the people who inevitably you’re like, oh this is who we were supposed to use. – Right, yeah absolutely. – Great okay, we have time
for one more question. This is actually an often question. There’s a lot of people who
actually want to know this. So Stacey as well as a bunch
of people want to know, with so many of your friends
being a part of your show what was it like trying to film? Do you guys break a lot? What was that environment like actually filming with your besties? – We do have those outtakes
which are always great. – We do have outtakes, but I will say it’s kind of hard finding
some outtakes this season because everybody was so
focused and we really had, – We shot a feature length
film in eight days so, – So Indoor Boys, the whole third season is going to be, it’s like 80 minutes long. It’s a movie. – [Ryan] Wow, yeah. – It’s a movie that we shot in eight days. And so we were extremely
focused and fierce and just myopic almost in
terms of not a lot of fun, in terms of behind the scenes. Although we still made
a five minute outtakes. (laughing) It’s still a lot of laughs,
but at the same time for instance, there’s
one episode with like just literally every cameo is
a star that you will recognize and that episode we shot over six hours, six hours straight, and we didn’t get, there were no breaks
– No breaks – Like no one stopped to eat. – [Ryan] When you work with friends. – [Caitlin] Wow
– That’s right. But the thing is, they were so good to us. They were so focused and
behaved and like quiet. – So yes, there’s going to be a really fun outtakes reel but at the same time I think we also brought in people who, not only they’re are friends,
but we really respect them. We brought them in because
they’re great workers. They’re great actors. So everybody was really
bringing their A game and honoring that. – And a lot of them have
said, they were all fans. When you called and asked
if they wanted to do this, that they were already fans of it. And so that’s incredible, that’s amazing. – Well we’re thankful that
anybody watches this at all. (laughing) So thanks, it’s really awesome. – Of course, of course. Well thank you both so
much for coming in here. Make sure, the third season of Indoor Boys happens October 1st, Tuesday,
it’s on Vimeo, watch it. – Indoorboys.tv
– Indoorboys.tv – That’s the place. – Thank you guys so much for coming by. Good luck with everything. Caitlin, would you please take us out. – Thank you guy so much
for tuning in today. We are Live at Five every single weekday here on Facebook. You can listen to us where
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and be sure to tune in on Monday, we talk to Darren
Criss all about Elsie Fest.

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