Wilson Bethel (Hart of Dixie) LIVE - 10/26/12 (Full Ep)


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[MUSIC PLAYING]
BETH HOYT: Oh, I forgot to mention.
Today's show, we just have to eat all of this.
WILSON BETHEL: Oh.
I'm allergic--

BETH HOYT: Just kidding.
Jokes.
Hello, everyone.
I'm our Halloweeny decked out studio.
It's not really a kill zone, Wilson.
Don't, don't worry.
WILSON BETHEL: I'm, I feel reassured.
Great.
OK.
I'm sitting next to this hunkster, Wilson Bethel.
I feel fine.
You recognize him from CW's "Hart of Dixie," and just
like, your dreams.
Um, hi Wislon.
WILSON BETHEL: Hey.
BETH HOYT: Thanks for being here.
WILSON BETHEL: Well, it's great to see you.
BETH HOYT: Did I say all that in front of you?
WILSON BETHEL: Maybe.
BETH HOYT: We are discussing all things Wilson today,
including his exciting new project, "Stupid Hype." We'll
take your questions all show, so get them in the chat.
Let's start with "Hart of Dixie."
WILSON BETHEL: Let's start.
BETH HOYT: It just started the second season.
WILSON BETHEL: You started the second season?
You're watching "Hart of Dixie?"
BETH HOYT: Yeah.
WILSON BETHEL: Really?
BETH HOYT: And so did, so did it start, yeah.
WILSON BETHEL: Oh, it just like, OK, right.
BETH HOYT: But also, but, me too.
I mean, along with everyone else.
WILSON BETHEL: Right.
OK.
What are your favorite--
BETH HOYT: If it makes you happy?
WILSON BETHEL: What are your favorite moments?
BETH HOYT: When you're shirtless, and--
WILSON BETHEL: Oh, well that's--
BETH HOYT: Painting Rachel Bilson's wall.
And she's like, what are you doing here?
WILSON BETHEL: You actually watch "Hart of Dixie," or else
you Google my name.
It's the only thing that comes up is
pictures of me shirtless.
BETH HOYT: Oh, no, well that just happened in episode three
of-- it makes me happy.
WILSON BETHEL: All right.
Looking good, girl.
Bam.
BETH HOYT: A+ today.
Doing well so far.
OK.
You play Wade Kinsella, you have a tumultuous relationship
with Rachel Bilson, who plays Zoe Hart, very, a doctor.
Very a doctor.
You have, you guys seem to have a
really fun time together.
WILSON BETHEL: We have a very fun time together, yeah.
BETH HOYT: That's what we all want to
believe, so you have to.
Anyway, even if you don't.
WILSON BETHEL: Right.
Well--
BETH HOYT: Tell us what we want to hear.
WILSON BETHEL: We have a great time together.
We have a really good time together.
BETH HOYT: Good.
Good answers.
Do you have any juicy gossip from the set?
WILSON BETHEL: Somebody in the central cast has an STD.
I won't say who.
BETH HOYT: That is juicy gossip.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
And it's, and--
BETH HOYT: See, kind of vague, but--
WILSON BETHEL: Juicy is the right word for it.
Let's put it that way.
I'm not going to tell you which one, but juicy's the
right word.
BETH HOYT: Wow.
That's, that's better than I could have ever hoped that you
would tell me.
Do you have any insight?
Can you give us some, no spoilers, but what might
happen to your character this season?
WILSON BETHEL: Uh, you know, they kind of intend to keep us
in the dark a little bit, but it seems like I'm gonna--
I'll put, I'll go ahead on a limb and say I'm going to
continue taking my clothes off.
BETH HOYT: I mean--
WILSON BETHEL: Only in--
BETH HOYT: If you got them around, then, you know.
We have a tweet.
-In 198--
BETH HOYT: Whoa.
That was, that was a crazy tweet.
WILSON BETHEL: That was, that was a bizarre tweet.
BETH HOYT: That was really exciting.
I wish that they happened.
From mom2tb.
I would love to know if WilsonBethel has any plans for
another thing like "Call Me Doctor," or "HartofDixie".
WILSON BETHEL: I do, as a matter of fact, have plans for
a thing like "Call Me Doctor." What's interesting is that the
CW has elected not to put any advertising
dollars into our show.
And so all the advertising comes from me for our show.
BETH HOYT: Good job.
WILSON BETHEL: And so we're doing a new, we are planning
right now a new video.
Do I, do I spoiler alert it?
Do I spoiler alert it?
BETH HOYT: It's up to you, I mean, this is part of your big
marketing plan.
This is something, you're in charge of the
marketing plan, so--
WILSON BETHEL: OK, spoiler alert is that I think it's
going to be about threesomes.
BETH HOYT: This is so exciting and juicy, this show is.
WILSON BETHEL: That's, that's really, that's the only thing
I know, because it's really just kind of a kernel of an
idea right now.
BETH HOYT: OK.
That kernel will pop, pop, pop into some popcorn.
That's how, that's how my sexy talk goes.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah, well--
BETH HOYT: OK, so you're fabulous in that show, but I
really, really want to talk about "Stupid Hype," the new
digital series you created.
WILSON BETHEL: Am I supposed-- where am I supposed to be?
Am I supposed to be looking at you, or where am
I supposed to be?
BETH HOYT: You're supposed to be looking at
me the whole time.
WILSON BETHEL: OK.
BETH HOYT: Consistently.
WILSON BETHEL: OK.
BETH HOYT: That's it.
And also in there.
WILSON BETHEL: Oh, OK.
BETH HOYT: With all the people.
Hi, people.
OK, so--
but also, still at me too.
WILSON BETHEL: I was wondering, because I keep
catching glimpses of myself, and it looks like I'm only
looking down.
So--
BETH HOYT: Oh, yeah.
No, don't look at--
WILSON BETHEL: It's weird.
Like it almost looks like I'm just looking at
your chest, or something.
It's weird.
BETH HOYT: I see what you mean.
You can't help yourself.
OK, so the "Stupid Hype" is a new digital series.
WILSON BETHEL: I'm embarrassed now.
Now I'm blushing.
BETH HOYT: Don't.
WILSON BETHEL: OK.
BETH HOYT: OK.
Let's talk about "Stupid Hype."
WILSON BETHEL: Sure, let's do that.
BETH HOYT: The series you created with the new CD
digital studio.
You're the first project, it's really exciting.
WILSON BETHEL: It is.
BETH HOYT: And you write, you produce, and you star in it.
Can you tell us what the series is going to be about?
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
It's going to be about--
BETH HOYT: Now you're like, where do I look?
WILSON BETHEL: I'm really, I'm like generally
confused right now.
Just like, as a rule.
Um, the, the, it's going really well.
The series is about a, it's set in 1990, and it's about
this break--
BETH HOYT: Best year.
WILSON BETHEL: The best year ever.
It's about a break dancer who is like, kind of the man on
the underground break dancing scene.
A hero revered by his peers, and he breaks his leg in the
first episode.
And then, I know, super tragic.
And has to reinvent himself as a rapper.
And so it's about him coming up on the brutal dog eat dog
world of underground rap MC poetry battle scene.
BETH HOYT: So exciting.
I love that scene.
WILSON BETHEL: You remember it, right?
BETH HOYT: I mean, 1990s scene of, yeah.
WILSON BETHEL: I mean, you were there, right?
BETH HOYT: You can't break dance, you gotta--
WILSON BETHEL: And it's like, because I remember you from
that scene.
BETH HOYT: Right.
I stayed with break dancing, so luckily I didn't have any
injuries then.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah, I mean, that was, I sustained that,
you remember that injury I sustained, so yeah.
BETH HOYT: I do, I do.
WILSON BETHEL: Anyway, it was um, it was a good time.
BETH HOYT: We want to show them, let's show them.
WILSON BETHEL: Let's do it.
BETH HOYT: With pictures and images and colors, a trailer
for "Stupid Hype." Let's look.
WILSON BETHEL: Anything to get me out of what I'm doing right
here, right now.
Really, anything.
BETH HOYT: Let's give them a look.
This is the trailer for "Stupid Hype."
WILSON BETHEL: This is it.
-In 1990, in the dog eat dog world of
underground break dancing.
-Yo, the Master Breaker B-boy Battle?
It's ours.
-One man stands above the rest.
-Yo, yo, yo.
-Yo, yo.
-Yo, yo!
-A legend in his time.
-It's Hype yo.
Dopest break dancer around.
-A hero in the flesh.
-I got a brand new move, gonna make me the best b-boy in
history.
-Is it true?
That Hype would do the Terminator Flyrocka Headstand?
-Yeah, boy!
-But everything in his world is about to change forever.
[SCREAMING]
-B-boying was everything to me.
Now look at me.
-Look like yo b-boying days is on hold, young player.
-Without Hype, we're going to get ourselves killed out
there.
-This fall, join one man's journey on the path to self
rediscoveryment.
-Big booty queen.
Like ey, Scooby Doo, see.
-Why don't you teach me that, that def flow?
-All you need is a pen and pad.

-I've been writing.
-The grandmaster's expecting you.
-I know why you have come.
-From broken b-boy to hip hop legend.
But not without a fight.
-There are five elements of hip hop.
-Y'all ready for the greatest battle ever, say yeah!
-Unite these elements, and you will become Stupid Hype.
Ha ha ha!

[RAPPING]
BETH HOYT: So good.
WILSON BETHEL: Happened.
BETH HOYT: So dramatic, so good.
WILSON BETHEL: So dramatic.
BETH HOYT: You, your hair is amazing.
When you weren't on set, did you just walk
around feeling awesome?
WILSON BETHEL: Uh, yeah.
In a way.
In a way.
BETH HOYT: You should have.
WILSON BETHEL: You know, it's a funny thing about a hairdo
like that When it's not blow dried and hairsprayed into
oblivion, it looks, how should you say, retarded.
BETH HOYT: You're like the other class of
people in the 1990s.
Because I had kids, like, I can picture my high school
yearbook, that look with the shaved, with the not, with the
not blow dried.
And the floppy.
WILSON BETHEL: Where are you from?
BETH HOYT: Wisconsin.
WILSON BETHEL: Really?
They're doing it.
BETH HOYT: Yeah, they're doing it there.
WILSON BETHEL: Doing it big.
Doing it--
BETH HOYT: Because they don't--
there's no time for blow drying.
You got to put your hat on.
WILSON BETHEL: Sure, why not?
Uh, yeah.
The hairdo was like a big kind of thing.
BETH HOYT: Yeah.
WILSON BETHEL: It ended up getting me in a lot of trouble
actually, when I had to go back to
shooting "Hart of Dixie".
BETH HOYT: Oh, really?
Why?
WILSON BETHEL: Com--
I don't know, comment?
BETH HOYT: Don't worry about it.
WILSON BETHEL: OK.
BETH HOYT: Tell me about what happened.
WILSON BETHEL: Um--
BETH HOYT: So you--
WILSON BETHEL: So I, yeah.
I mean, basically I, I was under the very misguided
impression that three weeks would be enough time for a
haircut that went down to my scalp.
To grow back.
BETH HOYT: How do you know until you do it?
WILSON BETHEL: To like a normal length.
Right.
Exactly.
How do you know until you've done it?
So I--
BETH HOYT: And you had like the--
WILSON BETHEL: The zig zags and the whole thing.
And I returned to start shooting "Hart of Dixie", and
was promptly disabused of any notion that I would have a
job, unless I figured out some way to rectify the situation.
BETH HOYT: So, what, a toupee in the back?
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah, well, it actually ended-- they made, I
got a custom wig from actually--
BETH HOYT: Really?
WILSON BETHEL: The guy who makes wigs for certain
celebrities you wouldn't think wear wigs.
BETH HOYT: So much juicy gossip.
WILSON BETHEL: Guys, let's just put it this way.
Not all hair is real hair on that movie screen in theaters.
BETH HOYT: I was hoping you were going to
give us a juicy name.
I believe him, you know.
WILSON BETHEL: Mitt Romney.
BETH HOYT: It's out.
WILSON BETHEL: You heard it here first.
What, you think that hair is real?
Come on, it's fucking beautiful.
BETH HOYT: It's really pretty good hair.
WILSON BETHEL: Uh--
BETH HOYT: So that, so you wore a wig?
WILSON BETHEL: I wore a wig for the first two episodes of
"Hart of Dixie".
BETH HOYT: Can't tell.
WILSON BETHEL: So when you were out there wondering why I
look like a dog that is in desperate need of a bath.
BETH HOYT: But you really, it really doesn't look that way.
So that's a very, it's a very good wig.
WILSON BETHEL: Well, the good news is that for most of those
episodes, I didn't have a shirt on.
So probably the chances are no one--
BETH HOYT: Yeah.
That's probably why.
All right.
WILSON BETHEL: No "Hart of Dixie" fans that--
BETH HOYT: You have hair?
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
I know.
Exactly.
I have a face?
I speak?
BETH HOYT: No, we see your face.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
OK.
Well.
BETH HOYT: Do you, so you wrote, did you, you wrote all
those episodes?
How many episodes did you write?
WILSON BETHEL: It's nine.
BETH HOYT: Nine.
WILSON BETHEL: Well, just to kind of give a
little bit of a framework.
It's basically, it's a 70 minute movie that is divided
up into episodes.
So my hope is that you all will watch the entire thing,
because it's meant to be watched basically as a film.
BETH HOYT: Awesome.
That's a good idea.
WILSON BETHEL: But each episode is like a seven-ish
minute episode.
BETH HOYT: Cool.
And then leads right into the next, I guess.
So if you watch them--
WILSON BETHEL: And it leads right into the next.
BETH HOYT: That's really cool.
How do it feel?
Were you, you must have work so hard as this producer.
He produced, wrote, and starred in this thing.
Like, how did that feel to have so many hats on?
And you're just like, crazy--
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
I mean--
BETH HOYT: Crazy stupid hype?
WILSON BETHEL: I mean, it was pretty that.
And so--
BETH HOYT: CSH, we call it.
Crazy stupid hype.
WILSON BETHEL: Got you.
It was a lot.
It was a lot of work, and uh, that's why I'm drinking
whiskey out of a coffee--
what's this?
A coff- coffee cup, yeah.
BETH HOYT: Oh, that's the word.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
Because--
BETH HOYT: I wasn't sure.
I thought maybe you had a different word for that.
WILSON BETHEL: My life actually has pretty much
devolved into this.
BETH HOYT: No, it's, no, it's because you were celebrating
something exciting.
That you deserve
congratulations and a rest from.
WILSON BETHEL: Well, thank you.
That's it.
That's it.
BETH HOYT: You've been working really hard.
WILSON BETHEL: I need a rest.
I've been working really hard, and it's finally done.
BETH HOYT: And you flew in this morning.
WILSON BETHEL: I flew in this morning on a redeye.
BETH HOYT: You've got to balance out.
We have a comment from YouTube, from Huckseed4242.
I wonder if it was a dream come true for Wilson to work
with Flava Flav?
WILSON BETHEL: Totally.
BETH HOYT: Yeah?
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
BETH HOYT: What was that like?
WILSON BETHEL: I grew up listening to Public Enemy.
And um, and that was like a huge, I mean, hip hop in
general has been the kind of music that I probably listen
to most in my life, from a very young age.
BETH HOYT: You can tell you've done some research.
WILSON BETHEL: Yes, ma'am.
Yes ma'am.
BETH HOYT: In that it's in you.
It lives in you.
WILSON BETHEL: You feel that?
Do you feel that?
Oh, yeah, that's me reciting Ghetto Boy's lyrics in my
heart right now.
BETH HOYT: I didn't really feel it.
WILSON BETHEL: Whoo.
BETH HOYT: Oh, I feel it now.
WILSON BETHEL: Well, hello.
BETH HOYT: I just take liberties.
I'm the host, I get to do that.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
BETH HOYT: Can you break dance, also?
WILSON BETHEL: No.
Not even a little.
BETH HOYT: Really?
WILSON BETHEL: Well, I can worm.
BETH HOYT: So can I. Uh-oh.
BETH HOYT: Uh-oh.
WILSON BETHEL: That happened.
Did you-- you use-- did you use--
worm?
Did you just--
BETH HOYT: Assess the floor if we should worm it?
Was that what you're thinking?
WILSON BETHEL: I don't know how wide, how wide angle does
this camera go?
BETH HOYT: Can we get that?
WILSON BETHEL: Let's not.
Let's move on.
BETH HOYT: OK.
WILSON BETHEL: OK.
BETH HOYT: We'll do it-- we'll leave it to the very end, so
we can just destroy this table and stuff.
But we know we can do it.
WILSON BETHEL: It was a dream to work with Flava Flav, in
answer to your question.
It was amazing, and he's like, the sweetest guy in the world.
I know he's like, in a little bit of trouble right now.
BETH HOYT: He's really sweet?
WILSON BETHEL: But he's like, kind of the nicest, sweetest
guy you could ever possibly meet.
BETH HOYT: Wow.
That's so exciting to have that person come on the set.
Did you contact him then, as the producer, and
were like, this is--
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
Yeah.
I mean, and he was like, remarkably open
to the whole thing.
We asked, it was between him and Vanilla Ice.
We got a hold of Vanilla Ice's people, too, but Vanilla Ice
demands a lot of money for such appearances.
BETH HOYT: Oh, really?
WILSON BETHEL: And uh, Flava Flav, not as much.
BETH HOYT: Yeah, and we don't need Vanilla Ice when we have
you looking like, so close to him.
WILSON BETHEL: That's, yeah.
Well that's, it worked out for the best.
BETH HOYT: So, yeah.
That's very cool.
Here's a comment from YouTube, from djames216.
Hi, Beth.
What inspired, motivated Bethel to
do the new web series?
Yeah.
So what, have you--
the '90s, obviously, was very impressionable on you.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
And To be honest, like, really, getting into like,
YouTube videos.
Music, watching a lot of music videos.
Once I started kind of going into that world, it just was
like, this ultimate, epic rabbit hole.
And then, then cue fucking epic sound track music.
BETH HOYT: OK.
Is anyone doing it?
WILSON BETHEL: I watched "Cool As Ice." Have you ever seen
"Cool As Ice?"
BETH HOYT: No.
WILSON BETHEL: Do you know what "Cool As Ice" is?
BETH HOYT: Uh, no.
Is that Vanilla Ice?
WILSON BETHEL: "Cool As Ice," for those of you don't know,
yeah, it was the would be star movie vehicle for Vanilla Ice
in 1991 after he had already had Ice, Ice Baby and his
career was kind of on the decline.
Somebody had the idea that he should do a contemporary
re-imagining of "Rebel Without A Cause" with him as the head
of a motorcycle gang.
And it's pretty much the most
psychedelic and awesome movie--
BETH HOYT: I'll just put this on my Netflix queue right now.
WILSON BETHEL: --you've ever seen.
It's an incredible film.
Is the weirdest movie you'll ever lay eyes on.
BETH HOYT: So you saw that, and then you're like, this
needs to be--
WILSON BETHEL: This is what needs to happen.
BETH HOYT: --re-appropriated right now some how.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
Exactly.
And then it was like this idea of somehow doing like, a
version of "Zoolander" that um, it was like "Zoolander"
meets "8 Mile" meets "Cool As Ice."
BETH HOYT: That's very, apt, I mean, from what I can tell
from the trailer.
And also just so exciting sounding.
No wonder they bought that idea.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
I mean, come on.
BETH HOYT: So um, let's show them a little bit.
You made a music video for this, are more
than one music video.
WILSON BETHEL: We had, yeah.
There's actually a total of five music videos for the
whole show.
BETH HOYT: And they're so good, and really funny.
Let's show them a bit of one of them.
WILSON BETHEL: Absolutely, by all means.
BETH HOYT: Play it, guys.
[RAPPING]
BETH HOYT: Those are some moves.
They didn't show the one we were talking about, this one,
that later on happens in the video.
WILSON BETHEL: That's my signature--
BETH HOYT: I don't have that down yet.
WILSON BETHEL: That's my new signature move.
BETH HOYT: It's very impressive.
WILSON BETHEL: Thank you.
BETH HOYT: You made that one up?
WILSON BETHEL: I did.
Well, I don't know.
Maybe somebody had done it before me, but that's--
I made it.
BETH HOYT: It lived somewhere inside.
It had to come out.
WILSON BETHEL: It lived inside me.
Yeah.
Yeah.
That's the let's get hype move.
BETH HOYT: Have you always been a good rapper?
Did you take lessons?
WILSON BETHEL: Uh--
BETH HOYT: Like with the local choral director?
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
That's exactly what I did.
BETH HOYT: Enunciating on tone?
WILSON BETHEL: Totally.
Yeah.
I, no, I was, I've always been a good rapper.
I rapped from as, I mean, as early as I can remember.
My first word was rap.
BETH HOYT: Wow.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah, I was--
BETH HOYT: So it was just one word.
And they're like, if he had more than one word, this would
be a great--
WILSON BETHEL: It would rhyme.
It would rhyme.
BETH HOYT: I think my first word was a rap, too.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
But then I--
WILSON BETHEL: But not.
But not.
BETH HOYT: I was good then.
WILSON BETHEL: Because you know what?
You just do not quite, I mean, I rap.
BETH HOYT: I'm part of this thing.
I'm good at rapping.
It's possible.
Here's a comment from YouTube.
WILSON BETHEL: Oh.
BETH HOYT: From pawneegoddess.
Favorite rap songs?
WILSON BETHEL: Of all time?
BETH HOYT: Yeah.
WILSON BETHEL: That's super hard.
God, I, what's coming to mind right now, "My Mind Is Playing
Tricks On Me."
BETH HOYT: My-- mm.
WILSON BETHEL: Ghetto Boys.
BETH HOYT: I love the Ghetto Boys.
WILSON BETHEL: Um, "Bonita Applebum." Tribe Called Quest.
BETH HOYT: Uh-huh.
WILSON BETHEL: I will say, um, I don't--
BETH HOYT: I like, the only ones I like are the ones I
know all the words to, which is like, one.
Which is "California Love." Because I know all the words.
WILSON BETHEL: OK, I can appreciate that.
I am definitely, I've got a lot of love for Tupac.
BETH HOYT: Yep.
WILSON BETHEL: I don't know.
I, I love, I mean--
BETH HOYT: It's one of those things that there's like,
probably so many of them.
WILSON BETHEL: There's so many.
It's really difficult, but I appreciate the question.
It's, it's, it's hard.
I am a big fan of rap.
BETH HOYT: You're gonna go home and be like, who is my
favorite rapper?
WILSON BETHEL: Would you like me more if I said Chingy?
BETH HOYT: Probably, yeah.
WILSON BETHEL: Chingy.
I don't even remember the name of Chingy's song.
BETH HOYT: It worked.
WILSON BETHEL: But Chingy.
Is it "Chin-jee" or Chingy?
BETH HOYT: You're alone on this one. "Kim-jee?" Kimchee.
the rapper.
Kimchee.
Do you remember him?
He had a great hit, and--
how are we doing on time?
Comment?
BETH HOYT: We do have a comment from YouTube.
SirNalced.
What are you dressing up for Halloween as?
I just changed his prepositions around.
WILSON BETHEL: I'm actually, yeah.
It's uh, I, I, I'm--
BETH HOYT: Are you into Halloween?
WILSON BETHEL: I am.
I'm super into Halloween, and I got lazy, so I'm actually
just dressing as Stupid Hype.
That's kind of, it's like, kind of dumb.
BETH HOYT: That's not dumb.
WILSON BETHEL: But I have all the costumes now.
But I, can I say what I was last year, which
I'm more proud of?
BETH HOYT: Yes, please.
WILSON BETHEL: I was Max Headroom.
BETH HOYT: Wow.
WILSON BETHEL: Do you remember Max Headroom?
BETH HOYT: Mm-hm.
I think I-- yeah.
WILSON BETHEL: Do you guys-- no?
Mat Headroom?
BETH HOYT: Just tell them in case they want
to hear about him.
WILSON BETHEL: He was the, I can't even remember if it was
Pepsi or Coke.
I think it was Pepsi.
But he was like the short lived, like super futuristic
digital face of Pepsi, Coke.
BETH HOYT: Yeah.
I think there were Max Headrooms at the "Hallo-Meme"
last night.
WILSON BETHEL: Where there really?
My costume was better than theirs, I guarantee I. I built
a full TV set out of cardboard on my head, and had lasers
going in the background.
BETH HOYT: That is impressive.
I don't think you need to consider your lazy for doing
Stupid Hype this year, because you just like,
just did all that.
So you earned it.
Like, when you produce your own, and create and star in
your own web series--
WILSON BETHEL: So it was a little shamelessly self
promotional, is was it--
BETH HOYT: Do it.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah, fucking, let's get after it.
Bam, that's a high five.
BETH HOYT: Stupid Hype it up.
Here's a comment from YouTube.
From Elisa Soeung.
Can you, sorry, I butchered your last name.
WILSON BETHEL: Oui.
Oui.
Oui.
BETH HOYT: Can you speak French?
He's already answering it.
WILSON BETHEL: [SPEAKING FRENCH].

BETH HOYT: [SPEAKING SPANISH].

WILSON BETHEL: [SPEAKING FRENCH].
BETH HOYT: Oh, no.
Uh, yep, no, I know, uh--
WILSON BETHEL: [SPEAKING FRENCH].
BETH HOYT: Yes.
Mm-hm.
All that stuff.
WILSON BETHEL: Marcel.
BETH HOYT: Mm.
WILSON BETHEL: I think it's a name.
BETH HOYT: Marce-- yeah, Marcel.
OK, before we go, I really want to, I have this little
game that I want to play.
It's called, it's a complicated title.
It's called Beth's Lightning Question Round.
Kind of explains itself.
It's a really clever title, if I do say so myself.
WILSON BETHEL: I'm pretty nervous about this.
BETH HOYT: Don't be.
I've got no pressure.
If you don't answer, it's a lightning round.
I've got 10 questions.
After you answer, you ring the bell, so I know that your
answer is done.
WILSON BETHEL: OK.
[INAUDIBLE].
BETH HOYT: Example.
Favorite color, red.
No.
WILSON BETHEL: OK.
BETH HOYT: I mean, the thing is it's up to you.
They're your answers.
So you take longer than three seconds, again, no pressure,
but the building burns down.
WILSON BETHEL: But what's the point of me ringing the bell
if the, if I only have three seconds?
I mean, shouldn't you be ringing the
bell if I run over?
BETH HOYT: We're not going to be strict
on the three questions.
Just know that--
WILSON BETHEL: All right.
BETH HOYT: Everything will fall apart.
WILSON BETHEL: I'm just going to go with it.
BETH HOYT: Yep.
Just go with it.
WILSON BETHEL: I'm working on it.
BETH HOYT: OK.
Ready?
Are we all-- are you ready?
Question number, let's start.
Question number one.
What is your favorite holiday movie?
WILSON BETHEL: "Christmas Day Kid."
BETH HOYT: Good answer.
Number two, if you could have any job at a mall, which one
would you choose?
WILSON BETHEL: Churros.
BETH HOYT: Number three, what is a muscle that you a hard
time toning?
WILSON BETHEL: Penis?
BETH HOYT: The--
we said it.
Number four, have you ever had your heart broken?
WILSON BETHEL: Obviously.
BETH HOYT: Number five, what is your favorite breed of dog?
WILSON BETHEL: The Boston terrier, that's my own.
BETH HOYT: And what did you name it?
Part two.
WILSON BETHEL: Tucker.
BETH HOYT: Good.
Number six, what would you eat for your last meal?
Anything you want.
WILSON BETHEL: Uh, yam fries with extra syrup.
BETH HOYT: Mm, good one.
Tropical or European vacation.
WILSON BETHEL: That was actually just an OutKast line.
Uh--
BETH HOYT: I got really tense.
WILSON BETHEL: That was me trying to
establish hip hop cred.
Did I lose my three seconds?
BETH HOYT: No.
No, we're fine.
WILSON BETHEL: What's the last question?
BETH HOYT: No, it's not last.
It's number seven.
Tropical or European vacation.

Tropical or European vacation?
WILSON BETHEL: Oh, tropical.
BETH HOYT: Tropical.
Um, biggest regret.
Easy question.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah, easy question.
Great.
Uh, I, I'm sorry, mom.
BETH HOYT: Oh.
OK.
Night owl, or morning person.
WILSON BETHEL: Morning person.
BETH HOYT: All right.
And finally, favorite cereal?
WILSON BETHEL: Is this even a question?
Life!
BETH HOYT: Oh!
You broke the bell.
You deserved it.
That was such a definitive favorite cereal.
I'm so proud of you for having that, because I love cereal,
and it's really important to me that people know what your
favorite cereal is.
WILSON BETHEL: What's your favorite cereal?
BETH HOYT: I like a mix, which isn't the right answer, but
it's really the--
WILSON BETHEL: It's so true, though.
The mix is the way to go.
I actually kind of lied, because I do love Life, but
it's only Life with a few other things.
BETH HOYT: Cinnamon?
Oh, yeah.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah, but it's with some other things.
BETH HOYT: The look you gave me when I said
Cinnamon was like--
WILSON BETHEL: It was hateful.
BETH HOYT: Really.
That was intense.
I feel like we're really warmed up.
WILSON BETHEL: I feel like we, did you want to
do another 20 minutes?
BETH HOYT: That's our show.
WILSON BETHEL: Ah, sadly.
BETH HOYT: But we're going to, we're going to worm this out
at the end, but first let's just finish [INAUDIBLE]
on the table.
Thank you so much for being here.
WILSON BETHEL: Yeah.
BETH HOYT: You're not done yet.
I can't wait to see "Stupid Hype." It premieres on
November 13 with three episodes?
WILSON BETHEL: Three episodes on November 13, and then the
rest coming out after that.
BETH HOYT: On CWTV.com.
WILSON BETHEL: That's it.
BETH HOYT: And Wilson, thank you.
Where can people find out more about you?
Like, the best place where you're going to put out more
episodes and--
WILSON BETHEL: Either my home address, or
@WilsonBethel on Twitter.
BETH HOYT: Cool.
So make sure you guys subscribe to this show.
We've got a lot going on next week, including a Halloween
show in costume, of course.
I'll see you Monday for more chatting.
Have a great weekend.
We're not done yet, though.
We're going to--
WILSON BETHEL: What are we doing?
BETH HOYT: We're going to worm.
WILSON BETHEL: Are we really?
That's what's actually happening now?
BETH HOYT: This is happening.
I think--
WILSON BETHEL: Wait, I thought this was--
I thought that was a-- that wasn't a thing?
BETH HOYT: Were you, were you bluffing?
Because I wasn't.
WILSON BETHEL: I mean, I was kind of bluffing.
BETH HOYT: Oh, well I wasn't.
I'm ready.
WILSON BETHEL: But I have a, I have a microphone on.
BETH HOYT: It's fine.
WILSON BETHEL: Dude, you don't start down on the worm.
BETH HOYT: I start down.
WILSON BETHEL: What are you doing?
Downward, upward dog?
BETH HOYT: Sure.
WILSON BETHEL: This is fucking, some New York shit
right here.
This is--
BETH HOYT: Well, I just can't start up.
You start up.
Go ahead.
WILSON BETHEL: All right.
This is-- a worm, I mean, this is not, this is not like an
appropriate worm here, I don't think.
But I think it's like--
BETH HOYT: I think it is.
Oh, wow.
Wow, what is that?
That is intense.
WILSON BETHEL: You know?
BETH HOYT: This is what mind is.
WILSON BETHEL: Oh!
No, yours is sick!
Oh, shit!
BETH HOYT: All right.
WILSON BETHEL: Dude.
BETH HOYT: That's our show.
See you later.
WILSON BETHEL: That was amazing.
Whoo!
Dude, you actually--