Girl & Anti-Hero Skate Tour 2 of 10 - Epicly Later'd - VICE


Uploaded by vice on Jan 24, 2012

Transcript:

PATRICK O'DELL: What's up?
This is day one--
I guess day two of the trip.
First day of skating.
We're in Medford, Oregon.
I noticed the Anti-Hero team was up at like 8:00 in the
morning or something, ready to skate.
The Girl team rolled in about noon.

Mike, I noticed Girls slept in later than Anti-Hero today.

MIKE CARROLL: Beauty rest.

It's kind of pretty unreal watching [INAUDIBLE]
skate around.
I've never seen anything like it.
PATRICK O'DELL: It's pretty sick.
MIKE CARROLL: Everyone's rippin'.
MALE SPEAKER: That is beautiful.
MALE SPEAKER: This is called Touch of Sparkle.

MALE SPEAKER: Maybe the [INAUDIBLE] rock tail stall
combo again.
MALE SPEAKER: You gotta complete it now.

There she goes.
PATRICK O'DELL: I don't know, I think we're going to go to a
bunch of parks today.
Julien's tourguiding, so we'll see where he takes us.
That's it.
I don't know.
Skate day.

MALE SPEAKER: What's it about, helmets?
MALE SPEAKER: I guess.

What the hell?

MAX SCHAAF: Skate at your own risk.
POLICE OFFICER: OK, keep going.
MAX SCHAAF: Know your abilities.
POLICE OFFICERS: How about, approved helmets
required at all times?
MAX SCHAAF: Even for grown ups, hey?
POLICE OFFICER: Doesn't say.
So that means yeah.
MAX SCHAAF: Well.
See ya.
POLICE OFFICER: You're trespassed from the property,
so you need to leave.
So I'm following you.
PATRICK O'DELL: Why's that?
POLICE OFFICER: 'Cause there's no
skateboarding without helmets.
PATRICK O'DELL: I'm not skating.
POLICE OFFICER: But you're trespassed.
So you can go.
PATRICK O'DELL: What do you mean?
I'm not trespassing, I'm just--
POLICE OFFICER: You can go.
JOHN CARDIEL: He came in kind of hot, right?
You know license expired, where's your helmets at, who's
the driver of the vehicle?
It's like, fuck you, dude.
MALE SPEAKER: Give me one problem at a time.
JOHN CARDIEL: Right.
MAX SCHAAF: You know, John, how whenever they come up, you
go, gentlemen.
You know, they say gentlemen?
JOHN CARDIEL: Right, right.
MAX SCHAAF: He came up, and I go, gentlemen.
And he goes, start your engines.
JOHN CARDIEL: Wow.
MAX SCHAAF: Yeah.
JOHN CARDIEL: Beat it.
MAX SCHAAF: Heard that one.
JOHN CARDIEL: Kick rocks.
MALE SPEAKER: That was sick, did you see that?
PATRICK O'DELL: What did he do?
MALE SPEAKER: Step hopped the whole fucking island, dude.
Film this shit, bro.

PATRICK O'DELL: It seemed like with those two teams combined,
there's somebody that could skate anything.
JOHN ALDEN: Yeah, yeah.
Like a good spark.
PATRICK O'DELL: Like it could be a manual pad, or like a 13
foot wall, that somebody could go.
JOHN ALDEN: Yeah.
Yeah.
It was rad.
Well rounded crew.

FRANK GERWER: What was one of your favorite parts of the
tour, O'Dell?
Let me see that.
PATRICK O'DELL: All my favorite things are swimming
spots and scenic--
JOHN ALDEN: Yeah.
PATRICK O'DELL: Remember when we went to
that cold rock river?
JOHN ALDEN: The first one, like when we started driving
through that field?
PATRICK O'DELL: It was freezing cold.
JOHN ALDEN: Like the first one we went to?
PATRICK O'DELL: I really liked that.
JOHN ALDEN: Yeah.
PATRICK O'DELL: It was like ice.
JOHN ALDEN: Yeah.
It was hella cold.
PATRICK O'DELL: Because I think it was like melted snow.

MALE SPEAKER: Ah, come on.
MALE SPEAKER: Keystone.
This river's good for keeping the beer's cold.
Throw 'em right there at the base.

MALE SPEAKER: Pretty potent.
Pretty potent and brisk.
FRANK GERWER: Fuck, that sucked.

MALE SPEAKER: Good way to wake up, Patrick.
[SMACK]
MALE SPEAKER: See now, that hurt.
MALE SPEAKER: It didn't even hit anything.
MALE SPEAKER: Yeah, it did.
Here.
Take it.

MALE SPEAKER: Instant.
PATRICK O'DELL: Yeah, that's pretty bad.
FRANK GERWER: Student number.
JOHN CARDIEL: You got any more?
What are we doing?
ROBBIE RUSSO: I don't know.
I only got--
JOHN CARDIEL: What do you want to do?
ROBBIE RUSSO: All I got is big bills now.
JOHN CARDIEL: Come on, sucker, come on.
ROBBIE RUSSO: Come on, motherfucker, come on.
JOHN CARDIEL: Oh!
MALE SPEAKER: Aw, missed it by that much.
Ouch.
JOHN CARDIEL: That's real talk.
Real talk.
MALE SPEAKER: John's taking little kids' money and shit.
JOHN CARDIEL: Don't look at me like that, Rick.
I just felt bad, dude.
Rick looked at me like, bad, bad.
That was all.
PRESTON MAIGETTER: How's it going, Pat?
PATRICK O'DELL: Where are we going to go now, you know?
PRESTON MAIGETTER: Uh, headin' to the
coast towards Brookings.
PATRICK O'DELL: Is there a good park there?
PRESTON MAIGETTER: Yeah.

PATRICK O'DELL: You know what John did here?
ROBBIE RUSSO: John?
PATRICK O'DELL: Yeah.
ROBBIE RUSSO: Aired that thing.
PATRICK O'DELL: Yeah.
This is the third park of the day.
Brookings, Oregon.
The park where Cardiel did the back side 360,
and over the bowl.
Megajump over the bowl.

And now everyone else is trying to get some.
It's pretty sweet.
MALE SPEAKER: I give it a go.
MALE SPEAKER: It's like a fucking ski jump, dude.
It's insane.

PATRICK O'DELL: What's the secret, John?
JOHN CARDIEL: The secret is speed.
And a lot.

PATRICK O'DELL: And a lot.
JOHN CARDIEL: And a lot.

[SCREAMS]
MALE SPEAKER: Holy shit!

JOHN CARDIEL: Fuck yeah, dude.

A little icing on the cake.
Put it up on an arm.

PATRICK O'DELL: Can't turn back once you're all in.
You have to do it.
You have to [INAUDIBLE].
MALE SPEAKER: What happens then when you do?
Just fucking cruise, right?
MALE SPEAKER: Yeah.
Keep cruisin'.
Just go fast.
MALE SPEAKER: No turning back.

JOHN CARDIEL: Come on, Robbie, come on.
Come on, come on, Robbie.
Ahh!
You know you want to, Robbie.
Give it all the juice.
ROBBIE RUSSO: I'm just scared of [INAUDIBLE], man.
JOHN CARDIEL: You'll make it across.
MALE SPEAKER: Yeah, you got it.
FRANK GERWER: We'll all blow at the same time.
We'll go, phew.
JOHN CARDIEL: You'll make it.
ROBBIE RUSSO: Ehh.
MALE SPEAKER: You got it, Rob, you got it.
MALE SPEAKER: Once you roll in, it's over with.
You got it.
Just do it.

ROBBIE RUSSO: I'm just scared of [INAUDIBLE].
JOHN CARDIEL: You won't not make it over, Rob.
FRANK GERWER: All right, come one, Robbie.
Fly the chasm.
ROBBIE RUSSO: Scared [INAUDIBLE] isn't it?
JOHN CARDIEL: Fly the chasm.

MALE SPEAKER: Whoo!
RICK MCCRANK: Let's do it.
You can roll in anything.
You could jump it.
Right here.
Right here.
ROBBIE RUSSO: Ohh, shit.
PATRICK O'DELL: If you don't do it, you're going to regret
it the whole trip.
ROBBIE RUSSO: I know.
Fuck.
PATRICK O'DELL: You're going to want to
come back here tomorrow.
ROBBIE RUSSO: I should just do it.
Fuck.
I'm just being--
I'm scared.
That's all it is.
It's my mind.
PATRICK O'DELL: Well, you got it.
I'm watching you skate.
And it seems like you got the board control
to just launch over.

MALE SPEAKER: Whoo!

Whoo!

PATRICK O'DELL: What about Julien?
Had you seen him skate in person?
ALEX OLSON: No.
He wouldn't skate that much.
Or he would, but he'd be trying something, and everyone
would sit down and start watching it.
And he'd be like, be over it.
He's kind of like [INAUDIBLE] in that sense.
Like, doing his own thing, and once five people notice it,
he's like, oh fuck.
I'm over it.

PATRICK O'DELL: Do you like how he skates?
ALEX OLSON: Oh yeah.
He's one of my favorites.

[SCREAMS]