Girl & Anti-Hero Skate Tour 4 of 10 - Epicly Later'd - VICE


Uploaded by vice on Jan 25, 2012

Transcript:

-[SINGING]
Name is Frankie.
He likes to party down.
Frankie.
[INAUDIBLE].

[SPEAKING]
Clean.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Frank, how come you're like
last man standing, first one up?
-[INAUDIBLE]
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): He never went to sleep.
It's just that easy.
[LAUGHTER]
-Ah.
[SHRILL SCREAM]
-I didn't [INAUDIBLE] the whole thing, man.

-Hey, no dice?
-I don't like this hat.
-You don't like this?
Not feeling it?
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): If you guys could do a trade,
like a Girl rider for an Anti-Hero rider,
who would you trade?
-Ooh.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Definitely trade Mikey for
somebody.
-OK, we're definitely giving Alex up.
It's going to be a tie between Frank and Robbie.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): I'll take Robbie.
He's got more time.
-Get rid of the Porkchop and take--
we got Spike, man.
-All right.
-Trade?
Malto, he's got more life on him.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): For who?
Who you going to get rid of?
-We've given all but me.
I'll trade me for Malto.
-Myself for Robbie.

-I trade myself for Malta.
-So that means you're basically trading the whole
team.
-You're putting yourself on Girl.
-Yeah.
-Yeah.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): I already tried that.
[INAUDIBLE]
-I'd trade Mike for Julien.
MIKE (OFFSCREEN): You can't trade me because I already
traded you.
All right?
ALEX (OFFSCREEN): --same company maybe.
-I traded your ass.

I guess me and Alex are back on the same team.
That sucks.
-We'll take Johnzo for Spike.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Hey, you guys.

[CHEERS]

MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Yours is a little different
than what I've asked everyone else, but if you could trade
one skater from Real for a skater from Girl,
who would you trade?
-I don't [INAUDIBLE]
Carol, and they can have Bujnits.
-Colin for Bob.
-Alex for Julien.
Get the real deal.

MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Can I ask you a serious question?
-Serious question?
Is this the time or the place for it?
OK, what?
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): If you could trade one skater
from Anti-Hero for a skater from Girl,
who would you trade?

-All right, let's--
shit.
It's like a chess match.
So you want to take an equally strong piece, if you know
you're going to lose one.
I don't have an answer for that, honestly, dude.
The mixture of people here is like-- there's nothing
interchangeable about anyone.
Sorry, no answer.
-I wouldn't trade anybody, dude.
And if you say I have to, I'll just quit skating.
-OK, wait, fuck that PC answer last time.
We'll go Andy Roy for Sean Sheppi.
Tomorrow.

MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): O'Dell, you're entered, 5150.
Here's your number.
Oh, wait, you're 88, sorry.
Whoa, mistake here.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Did our team captain sign us up?
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Yeah, you guys
are all signed up.
Where do we got you, Spike?
Oh, we got your number right here.
Man, we didn't put too much thought into these, so it's
nothing personal if you're offended or something.
-Sweet.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): There you go.
-[INAUDIBLE] appropriate.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): All right.
Julian hooked up a race.
Time trials.
-I already ate shit a couple times because
I'm not that good.
I'm in the race, and I think it's going to be a pretty
sorry performance, but I'm psyched.
I'm glad to be included.
[INAUDIBLE] race is about to start.
Julien's announcing.
[INTERPOSING VOICES]
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): One lap to pick up speed, and then
your second lap is the timed one.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Does that [INAUDIBLE]?
[SCREAMS]
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Ooh!

What number are you?
-1999.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): [INAUDIBLE]
France?
-I don't know if that means I'm party boy or
skater of the year.
I don't remember what year I got it.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): I got 88.
I think it's Heil Hitler, is where the line comes from.

MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): One of my favorite things probably
was being totally surprised when we went to do the time
trials, and we pulled up at the skate park.
Nobody said anything.
We didn't know, and we just got out.
And, well, Julien and whoever else helped him [INAUDIBLE],
thankfully, had all the numbers for all of us to be
pinned on our backs, and we had that little race.
And it felt like we were BMXing or
doing something different.
You know what I mean?
It didn't feel jokey or weird.
It was like, dang, this is really fun.
Why would we not do this?

MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Wow.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): [INAUDIBLE] try to follow
[INAUDIBLE]?
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Yeah.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Where's the starting line?
-[INAUDIBLE]
That's the starting point, and the time's on the second lap.
[CHEERS]

-After you.
Go.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): [INAUDIBLE], go.

MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): [INAUDIBLE], have you guys
raced here before?
-We did last summer.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): All right.
-It was such a weird little park, and we
just started racing.
Seemed like the best use to put it to.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Yeah.
It's amazing.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Hawthorne.
Yeah, we're just going to do best time out of three runs.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Having some fun?
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Yeah.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Just rank it from there.

All right, six six, six, on the course.

8.65.
Next up.
-[INAUDIBLE]

my imagination because he's short, but I
think he's the fastest.

-8.69.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Yeah.
-It's neck and neck.
Tony, Robbie, it's going to be an intense final.
-[INAUDIBLE], too.
-Is he?
-Yeah.

MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Alex, who do
you think's got it?
-[INAUDIBLE], for sure.
[INAUDIBLE]
like, the person to beat is Trajio.
If you can beat him, you're good.
So that's who I was going for.
He won, though.
[CHEERS]
[INTERPOSING VOICES]
-That's it for the first annual official Northwest Time
Trial Class.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): First, second, third place.
-Six, six, six.
-Epic time trial.
Here you go.
This is for participating.
Second place, Alex Olson.
Third place, Robbie Russo.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Robbie!
-A water.
Where's the midget at?
-[INAUDIBLE]
-Huh?
[LAUGHTER]

MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): That's not good.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Yeah, it's really good, man.
It's a good bump.
There's like a marsh in the background.
My collar's all mellow.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): You like this spot?
-Yeah, it's pretty cool.
I ain't got shit on it, though.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): [INAUDIBLE], Brian?

[CHEERS]

MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): There's a bunch of that
footage you don't even see of everyone slowly
starting to skate it.
It was a rad session before even the cameras came out.
[CHEERS]
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): [INAUDIBLE], Get a
[INAUDIBLE], Frank.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Yeah, Frankie!
-What we're doing here is called street style.
Any kid can pick it up.