– All right, so you brought your son to set with you while shooting, right? – I always do. My son’s almost five and both
of us, me and my husband, are both directors, so he’s
kind of grown up going to sets, and he gave little tips
sometimes to Tom, like– – Oh my, Tom Hanks (laughs)?
– Yeah Sometimes he was like, “You know, I like what you’re doing, “I think you need a rocket ship”. (all laughing) – Tom was like “Okay, great,
great, what else, what else? “Tell me what else”. – [Kelly] Oh my God! – Yeah. – Two directors, that’s amazing. – Yeah. – That has got to be a
fun relationship ma’am. – It is, it means we
understand each others work. – [Kelly] That is cool. – We know what the other
one’s going through. – Really cool. – Story time must be great
for Wiley, like at night – Yeah, I know. – Story like “What did
mum say last night?” “Right, well, in my version”. – All the time. Everything’s a competition. – Yeah, yeah. – That is our household as well (laughs). So how did this movie make you reflect on your own life? – Well I mean like you, I grew up watching Mr. Rogers, but I think the thing about Mr. Rogers, is it’s also, we watched
it when we were so little. It’s almost like in our DNA. It’s like pre-memory. So I feel like I got to
rediscover Mr. Rogers as a grownup and as a parent, you know? – As a parent? – It’s a different thing to look at the show now and to see it through the eyes of a grown person, and to recognize, oh wow, he’s talking about things a lot of us still need to work on. – I mean literally, my husband and I sat and sobbed in our
bedroom watching this film. – I’m glad. – Because he is very close to my heart because I didn’t grow up with a father, so for a lot of us it’s a father figure, you know? – I’ve had so many people say that to me, that they almost actually believed Mr. Rogers was their dad when they were growing up.
– Yes. Or it was somebody that you wanted, you thought that’s what it should be like. You know? You did a really great job. – Like Bill and Joanne, Joanne Rogers, his wife and Bill who was his right
hand man for his whole life, said something to me the other day in Pittsburgh, where they said, “You know, Fred didn’t expect “everybody to live in his image. “He accepted us with
all our imperfections. “He knew we weren’t perfect parents. “He knew we weren’t perfect people.” Like, something is
freeing about recognizing both that Fred was a human being, he wasn’t a saint, and that he didn’t expect
us to be saints either. He didn’t shy away from the hard parts of being alive and being a human being. – And that was actually
one of my favorite parts in the film is where his wife does say, “He has to work at this. “This isn’t like,– – She said that to me. – I know. – That’s in the movie
because she said that to me. – And that makes hope for all of us, because I’m like, if you just come out being awesome and lovely, well great, that’s easy for you. But knowing he had to work at it, we all have to work at it. It takes effort. – It’s like to take time to listen to other people
and empathize with them, takes more work. – One funny thing I found
about this though, is that I heard Tom Hanks turned
this role down a few times– – He did. – but then somehow you roped him in. How did you rope him in and can I know your secret? (audience laughing) – I’ll never do anything so miraculous again in my life. The story is that, I’m friends
with Tom Hanks’ son Colin. – Oh, okay. – And Tom and I met at a backyard birthday party where all the kids where
playing in the backyard. And we were talking and he said, “Oh, what do you do?” and I said, “Well, I’m a director”. And he said “Oh, there
was just this article “in the New York Times this weekend “about women directors in Hollywood.” And I said, “Yeah, I’m in that article”. – How cool did you feel? With Tom Hanks standing there how cool did you feel, like “Actually, I’m in the article. “No big deal, Tom.” – No big deal, Tom Hanks. And he said, “I’ll watch your movie” and a week later he personally emailed me and said, “I watched your movie. “Let’s get together and chat.” And that the other thing about him, is that he doesn’t have like someone reach out to you, like he
reaches out to you and says. – That’s so cool. So he must have loved your work. – And then we kept in touch for years and when I signed on to this movie, the Producer said, “Tom Hanks has always been
our dream as Mr. Rogers “but he’s passed on the movie three times. “He said no.” And I said, “Well I could try”. And I reached out to him
and he (finger clicks) signed on right away. – [Kelly] You’re magical. You’re magical! (audience clapping) – [Interviewee] And I’m just so grateful! – [Kelly] He is perfect. – [Interviewee] He is. – The casting was perfect. The directing was amazing. – Everybody who worked on this movie worked on it because they loved it. And you could feel it.
– It reads through the camera. Yeah, you can feel it and it matters. – It does matter. You know I really believe
you don’t have to suffer to make good art. – Yes. Oh I love you.
– The first thing I thought,
as a singer having to do videos all the time and having to
time things with the lyrics, when you did the entrance and the song, I was like how many times
did you have to do that? – I think 27 was the
official take on the day. Because Fred
– Was that like one of the hardest ones?
– Fred had nine years, or 14 years in order to figure this out. It was nearly impossible. You think that song lasts a long time. – It’s not.
– That song does not last a long time when
you gotta carry a thing in, take off a jacket, open closet door, pull a sweater off a hanger – I had a mini panic attack
– Put the jacket on the hanger.
– Watching it. – Maury, the boss, Maury Heller,
our director, she confessed to me later on that she
blew it, that she could’ve made it easier, but then
she found out that Fred’s blue shoes were already halfway tied. They were bigger than his feet anyway, so they went on really easy. Then the shoes that come off
are also bigger than my feet, so those come off easy. But I had to do the full tie. You know, criss-cross applesauce. – Yeah, I watched. – A rabbit goes around
the ear and in the hole. – Yes.
– I had to do that whole thing. He only had to do the rabbit
around, the fly around – Oh my Gosh. – It was a nightmare. – What’s the nicest thing,
’cause we have a whole neighbor thing we do on our show too. The whole reason why I
signed on to do this show, is ’cause I feel like
we’re really divided. So I wanted my show to kind
of connect people and actually meet your neighbors instead
of being on your phone all the time and actually be present. I was curious, have you
ever had a really cool neighbor moment in your life? – My dad was divorced and he was working in the restaurant business,
so there were three kids that were living in an apartment
complex in Alameda, California. My dad would leave us food to prepare, frozen peas and vegetables that
we would literally just take to the garbage chute, and
frozen we’d just throw it away, ’cause we’re not makin’ those peas. So we had really, really
super bad eating habits. A lady moved over. She had three kids. One of them was, I only remember one name. His name was Marco. But she lived just like two
doors down on the opposite side of the hall. Her door was always open a crack, because we could always
just go in and out. She would always make us food. Corn dogs, the first time you have a corn dog made with love.
– I’m Texan. Tom, would you like a,
yes, what is a corn dog? It was magnificent. – Every kid kinda has
something they latch onto when they’re younger, and
I love that Mr. Rogers pulled that out of Lloyd. Because Matthew Reece’s
character played Lloyd, and he had 10, the original 10. – We compared notes on all of this. I don’t remember having
anything that was given to me, but I remember buying that thing
that I had my heart set on. Major Matt Mason, the posable, bendable astronaut doll by Mattel. – Major Matt Mason.
– Major Matt Mason. This was during,
– So specific. – You know, men were landin’
on the moon, and it cost $1.95. I had a paper dollar. I had some nickels. I had a couple quarters. – It was all your money. – I saved up $1.95, went
to Clark’s Drugstore on my brother’s borrowed
bicycle, picked it off the rack – We had the same childhood. – It’s in the plastic
shell and it’s on a rack. You gotta kinda work it
loose, then you take it up, and the shelf is here and
the lady, I put it down and I put out all my coins. And she says, all right, very good. And with sales tax that will be $2.06. – Oh, that’s sad. – I was 11 cents short. – [Kelly] Did she spot you? – No. – That is wrong, that is
not a neighborly thing. – Goof life lesson. Son, you’re close, go out
and earn another 11 cents. And I went home and went through
the cushions of the couch. Lift up the tank of the toilet, there might be somethin’ in there. – We did that too. In the movie, people recognize you. I love this part of the
movie, when they recognize you and all the kids start singing. – Yeah, that really happened. – So has that ever happened to you? – When Big came out, my
dad and my step-mom were in New York, and we went to
a really fancy restaurant. There was a pianist and
a harpist and a violinist playing a little music. The piano dance in Big
was the heart and soul. Well, suddenly a piano
and a harp and a violinist started playing Heart and Soul. – Oh my gosh. – I think this is because of the movie. – Do you get embarrassed
in that situation, or do you think it’s cool? – It’s better than the
other stuff they yell at ya. – Yeah, exactly. – Wilson, you know. I get a lot of that. Brace for impact. Anything that landed in a movie. – We actually call our balls
Wilson at our house. (laughs) – [Tom] There ya go. – We go, we’re like grab
Wilson, put him in the car. – Get a little bit of every,
yeah son, you have a problem. (laughs) – How did playing Mr. Rogers
change you as a person? I’m asking you this because I
grew up watching Mr. Rogers, and it changed me as a
child and helped me develop, but at the same time,
watching it as an adult, because I’ve seen the documentary and I’ve also seen the film. – The documentary’s a beautiful thing. – It is, and it does change you. It makes you re-think your
actions with your children, especially as an adult. – Every role that comes
out enlightens you somehow, because you have to ponder
something about what the character goes through and how
it relates to your own life. There hasn’t been a time I
haven’t walked away from a job thinking like, oh man, I
gotta re-think that aspect of my personality defects.
– They all change you. – Mr. Rogers was all about
listening to invest in what the other person is saying. Since then, I have made a study
of how I listen to people. There’s this acronym, W-A-I-T. That stands for why am I talking. There have been many times where
I’ve been in a circumstance where I have told myself to
shut up and start listening. It’s been an extraordinary,
I’ve learned so much about my kids by listening to them more than asking them questions. – You have to work at it. – The concept of listening
is a human endeavor. There’s been so many times
where, contrary to my nature of being so glib and loud, I have been working on listening better. – Matthew and Susan were
both telling us that you gave the most awesome wrap gift. They were like, it’s so beautiful. It’s leather. It’s inscribed. It’s like so beautiful.
– Got their name on it. – Yes, and they were
like, I just don’t know what it is.
– What it is, yeah. (laughs) – And you’re Tom Hanks, so
they were too afraid to ask. – Here’s what it is. When you show up to work
on a movie, you have a copy of the pages that you’re,
they’re called sides. – Sides, yeah. – The script pages that
you’re shooting that day and the call sheets. So everybody knows
exactly what you’re doing. They are leather holders for those sides. And this little pen and
you can keep notes on it. I’ve used it on complicated
days, ’cause you need to know. And the fact that
neither Susan nor Matthew knew what they were. – No, but the fact that they were two
– Are these people professional actors? – I think they were
like, it’s so beautiful. She even said, I don’t know,
some sort of saddle. (laughs) I don’t know what she said. – Use it as a coin purse. I don’t care. – But it was funny though
because then they’re gonna figure it out though and
it makes perfect sense. It’s the most perfect wrap gift. – It’s a tool.
– It’s beautiful. Now they know.
– Now they know. – The more you know. – Yeah, so take it down from the shelf, take it out of its shrink
wrap, and use the damn things for cryin’ out loud. – I wanna say thank you so much. For a kid that grew up on Mr. Rogers, you did such a great job. Like anybody had any doubt, but it’s just, that’s an important role
for a lot of people, and you did such a great job. – Well thanks.
The reason that I’m using a curled thread
versus a straight thread is I want it to give a little bit more balance and a little bit
more definition, a little bit more of a lift. Hi, my name is Lexi Donato and I’m getting
a lip thread lift done today. I live in Los Angeles. I own a brand called LDLA, also known as LD
Los Angeles, and we’re all about empowering women and making women feel beautiful in their
own skin. It’s no longer about a beauty standard
to look like someone else, it’s more about redefining your own beauty. So why not have a lip thread lift? Because if it’s something that you’re comfortable
with and you already love yourself, it’s just going to enhance that overall feeling. And so that’s why I’m doing this. I’m Dr. Shiela Nazarian. I’m a board-certified plastic surgeon in Beverly
Hills. I’m basically a plastic surgeon influencer. It’s kind of like the Oprah’s list of plastic
surgery up in my office. But if I was speaking to somebody and they didn’t know
what plastic surgery was, my answer would be that I help men and women regain their
confidence. People joke that plastic surgeons are therapists
with a knife but we’re really not. For some people, if there’s a lot going on
at home or they have a lot of stuff happening on the inside, no matter what I do on the outside, they’re never gonna be happy. Giving people the gift of confidence has ripple effects in their lives. I’m not just affecting that one person, making one person comfortable and feeling great about themselves, that’s going to affect everyone around them. So I’ve had a little bit of lip filler in
the past. So really, I want to see the difference. Ideally, I want more volume all around my
lips, and just have it be mostly even and shapely. I found out lip threading through
the internet. The first time I heard about it, I thought
it was, you know, the threads that you use to remove hair. Turns out it’s not. Lip threads are also sometimes known as the
Cupid’s bow lift. Now that’s because this area up top where
you have a peak, a dip, a peak and then it comes down is known as the cupid’s bow. So a lot of times people flatten out there
or they lose definition. So by placing a thread here and a thread here, it’s kind of giving people that bow shape
back. I one hundred percent will demand numbing
even if she’s like, “we’re not going to numb you today.” I’m going to be like, “No wait, you’re numbing
me.” You see how you got that little line right
there? Mhm. And you have a little bit of a line right
there, too? I call that a lip in a lip. So my goal for you today, and let me know
if you’re on board because if you want fullness in the lip, I would use in an HA filler. Ok. I would use like a dermal filler. But if you just want that border sort of filled
in a little bit more border definition, I think that’s when the threading comes in. That’s what I want. I think it’s perfect for you because you have
full, beautiful lips. We just want a little bit more definition
to fill that lip in a lip, and also to give you a little bit of a more defined border. When it comes to certain types of procedures
I need the patients sitting, but when it comes to lip threads, I want to make sure the patients
are super comfortable. So I’m going to lay Lexi down in a reclined
position to make sure that she’s as relaxed and as comfortable as possible. First, I’m going to numb Lexi’s face. The lips can be a little bit sensitive, so
giving them a dental block with some lidocaine, some local anesthesia is really going to help
her not feel pain when I get started on the threading itself. I know. Okay, good job. Now I’m making a small hole at the corner
of Lexi’s lips, which I can use to place the threads both in her upper lip and her lower
lip. Right now, I’m placing the thread into Lexi’s
upper lip and really making sure that it’s in the perfect location to give her that lifted
cupid’s bow and a defined border. Now I’m going to thread Lexi’s lower lip to fill in that lip in a lip, that little
indentation that shows that she’s had some deflation in the last few years. Even though we call it lip threading, this is not something you would use to sew your clothes up at home. This is actual suture material which is sterile, very similar to what we use in surgery to sew wounds together and that has predictable long term results. Lips give a certain youthfulness and a sexiness
to the face. So if you look at a person’s face and they’re overdone with their lips or look
unnatural out of proportion, that’s not a good lip, no matter what shape it is, how
good it looks in a close-up shot. What you want is a lip to compliment the rest
of the face, but not to distract from looking straight into someone’s eyes. It looks so good. It looks really good. Oh my goodness, it’s so natural. When I looked in the mirror for the reveal,
I feel like I would have wanted a little bit more volume, but I found out
that that’s not what the thread does. So that’s okay and I love, love, love my lips
now. I think my power is a lot more pretty. Lip fillers I find in the lips lasts about
three to six months. The lips are red for a reason. There’s so much blood supply in the lips and
that helps break down filler faster, unfortunately. Lip threading may last a little bit longe r because as the thread is dissolving, you’re actually building some collagen around it So, while you definitely need to maintain it, I think it’s kind of additive a little bit, that collagen build. As the lip deflates you start to get this little indentation along the inside of your lip And when patients walk in that’s how I know, wait a second, their lips actually used to be bigger so for me to increase the volume is not to make them look different than what they did five or ten years ago t’s actually just to turn back the clock a little bit and take them back to what they looked like actually themselves when they were younger When I had filler my recovery period was super long and super dramatic. My lip looked lip duck lips. And that’s what’s really cool about the lip thread, you see the results right away And super minimal bruising I only had a tiny little bruise on my actual
lip just the next day. And really with lip gloss, you couldn’t even
notice. When I was placing Lexi’s lip threads, I wanted
to make sure that I was being as gentle and precise as possible. I think one thing that has led me to be a
really great threader and also injector is that I treat every needle
like a knife. So just because I’m not using a knife and
I’m using a lip thread or I’m using a needle, the same respect for the tissue and the skin
needs to be maintained so that you get the best results and the least amount of downtime. I would never get lip threading done again
just because of the pain. I love the result of it and I’m super happy
with how natural it looks. And just that it gave my lips a little bit more shape to them Doctor Sheila Nazarin was such a delight I think with any procedure, going in, it can be a little bit nerve wracking And she just has such a calming spirit about her. Despite it being very painful, she made it very very easy to be there, and to feel like you’re being taken care of. Thanks for watching Refinery29. To watch more videos, click here, and to subscribe,
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– [Candace] I don’t even think Kortni knew who she was fighting but Kortni decide, who we hitting, and just swing. (people yelling) – I’ll (bleep) you up, bitch! I will (bleep) you up! (bleep), bitch! Yeah, run this way, hoe,
I will knock you out! (man yelling) – [Aimee] Hey, we might
get in our little fights but at the end of the
day, ain’t nobody else gonna touch anybody in this house. (people cheering) (electronic music) – Where are the what? Where are the hoes? Hoes?
– Yeah. – That’s not how you address a woman. Next thing I know, this
guy at the table next to me is saying “the hoes are right
here” pointing at us girls. – Turn around and mind your own business. – [Nilsa] I don’t give a (bleep)! Don’t say, where’s the hoes?
– (bleep) I don’t give a (bleep) either! – Turn your (bleep) ass
around and sit down. – [Gus] Don’t talk to her like that, man. Don’t talk to her like that.
– Hey, step off, dude. – I don’t have a problem
with you, just don’t– – Don’t say where’s the hoes (bleep). – Can we just have one night
where everything is fine? I mean, seriously? – Step the (bleep) off. – [Man] Hey! – I’d be careful, if I were you. – I will beat your fat ass
the (bleep) up (bleep). Don’t try me. Don’t try me, dog. Get your fat ass the (bleep) up. (club music) – (bleep) and where’s the
(bleep) and pointed at us! (bleep) I’m not okay with that! – I’d be careful if I were you. – I’m bout to throw this whole drink. This guy was talking (bleep),
calling my roommates a hoe. Like, he’s being disrespectful and I’m not putting up
with that (bleep) at all. Hey! It’s a whole different story with me, dog! – [Woman] Aw, who did that, who did that? – I will beat you the (bleep)
up, my (bleep), don’t try me! – [Gus] Kirk decides to
start throwing crackers at this guy from across the bar. And all hell breaks loose. – (bleep) off, you (bleep)! – [Woman] Hey! – [Nilsa] There’s crackers
flying all over the place. Everyone is at each other’s throats, there’s bouncers everywhere,
like, it is just crazy. – Man, (bleep) this guy. Woo-hoo! Why? But, he was trying, okay. – I don’t care.
– Throwing crackers? – I don’t care, go.
– Really? – Yeah, that’s a charge.
– That’s a charge? – Yes, it’s called battery.
– What, crackers? – Ya’ll wanna go to Uglies? Ya’ll wanna go to Uglies? – Crackers, like, little (bleep). A pack of two saltines. – They’re throwing him out! I don’t understand why
Kirk is the only one that’s being kicked out of the club because obviously there was other people causing commotion at the club, as well. Sir, that’s bull(bleep), they
were throwing at us, as well. – If they had seen that, we
would have kicked them out, too. – Are you sure about that? – Yes. – No, he’s not sure about
that ’cause he’s black. – No, no, no, stop Codi. – Should Kirk have thrown those crackers? No, he shouldn’t have. But, let’s be honest, why are
we really getting kicked out? – He did throw something, I saw it. – I know he did but they
threw stuff at us, too so be fair and throw everybody
out, that’s all I’m saying. – I know, but he was seen
throwing it, so we have to go. – And for you to agree
with that is bull(bleep). – It’s not, I’m sorry.
I’m sorry, man. – What are you doing? We are roommates. You supposed to have your roommate back but Gus is (bleep) the
cop’s (bleep) when they’re kicking us out the club
and they’re being unfair. – Candace, Kirk will tell you he did it. – (bleep) you! Because for you to agree with
that (bleep) is bull(bleep)! – To agree with what happened? I saw it all happen. I don’t know why Candace is
getting so upset right now. I mean, he deserved to get kicked out. He was throwing crackers even though he’s not the one that started it. I’ll get ’em all out, I’ll get ’em out. Hey, no, hey everybody! It’s my birthday, guys, please. We have to go! I’m not trying to get
you arrested, please. – [Candace] I’m not gonna get arrested, I’m not doing anything aggressive. – I know but we just have to go. – I’m talking to them!
– We just have to go. – [Candace] That’s bull(bleep). – [Bartender] What can I getcha? – Bitch, I don’t care, anything! – I said, tell me sir what happened? – Can I tell you my side, now? – Yeah.
– Let them talk for a second. – I’m taking you and
you guys have to leave because I don’t want this
to get worse than it is. – You know him?
– No. – You know the whole
Candace/Gus thing still going on and some dude’s over here like, “Jeremiah, you’re a (bleep)!” “Jeremiah, you’re a little bitch.” Hey, come out here and say it! Hey, come out here and say it! No, forreal, it’d be funny ’cause you can get knocked the (bleep) out. Come out here and say
it, come on, come on. – Don’t do that, don’t do that. – Ay, yeah, you act like you gon’ hop you little bitch ass
(bleep), you (bleep) bitch. – Stop, shh! – Alright, but you act like
you gon’ hop or some (bleep). (bleep) yeah, yeah, watch bitch. I’m not (bleep). – Honestly, this petty stuff
doesn’t really bother me; however, I’ve got Kirk, which
is a freakin’ chihuahua, and he’s already so amped. – [Jeremiah] Hey, why don’t you get the (bleep) over here, bro? – [Kirk] I already told you, (bleep)! I already told you, bitch, c’mon! – Kirk!
– C’mon! Aye, aye, aye, this ain’t
no Panama City (bleep). This ain’t no Panama city (bleep)! – [Candace] Kirk, stop it! – [Kirk] This ain’t no
Panama city (bleep)! – [Candace] No, Kirk, stop! – Kirk just slapped a guy and everyone is losing their mother(bleep) mind. – [Kirk] Keep talking (bleep). Keep talking (bleep).
– Stop! – [Bouncer] It ain’t worth it. – [Gus] We’re here to
celebrate my birthday! I just wanted to go out
and have a good time and have a drama-less night but
apparently we can’t do that. – [Bouncer] Time for ya’ll to leave. Go over there! – Aimee, let’s just go in the bar. – Kirk, get in the car. Kirk, get in the car. – My God, dude. Talk about a birthday, huh? I just think the best thing
to do right now is to go back. Alright, 100%. I mean, at this point, this is just a birthday that I wanna forget. – Yep, this is coming back up. I’m ready to throw up. (lighthearted music) (Kirk laughs) – [Kirk] Puking ass bitch! Get it in the trash can! – Yeah, I’m good. – Unfortunately, our policy
is once someone’s power puked in our bar, then time to call it a night. – Excuse me, let me
introduce myself to you. I am the puking rally champion and king, you don’t know who I am. – OK?
– It’s fine. Can you find me a napkin? Evidently, you’re not supposed
to ask the security guard for a napkin, after you throw up outside their restaurant
in their trash can. OK, sue me. – Aye, you should have asked if you could clean it up yourself. That’s what I did at Saltego
and they let me back in. – Fine, I’ll go home where they appreciate my puking rally skills, and you know what? I’ll just drink by myself at home so ha! – (bleep) damn it, did
Kirk get in trouble again? Codi did, what’d he do? Oh my God! (upbeat music) – Take one! – What is this bro?
– Take one, take one, take one – I was already pretty
drunk but, obviously, I’m not gonna turn down a shot. – Cheers!
– Thank you. (bar patrons cheer) – After taking shots, after being so full, my stomach’s starting to hurt. – [Gus] You good? That shot hit you the wrong way? – I wanted to puke. I had to to hold that in ’cause I couldn’t just puke on a
(bleep) dinner table, y’know? Excuse me. (upbeat music) – Aw, (bleep)! (Kirk retches) – All of a sudden, bleh, couldn’t help it! – Hey, Codi, I need you
to go check on Kirk. He drank too much. – Kirk?
– Watch your feet. – Kirk, Kirk?
– I didn’t do that. – Kirk, Kirk! I stepped in Kirk’s puke! Ugh! – Kirk, you good, dog?
– Yeah, man. – Oh gosh, he didn’t make it. – [Kirk] I didn’t do that. – Kirk has joined me in
the puking rally club but I make it to the
bathroom every single time. – [Man] What is (bleep) is, bro? – And now I have to go
burn my Chuck Taylors! – If Kirk gets us kicked out of here, I swear to God I will lose it. – I did?
– Here we go again. What the (bleep), I am pissed off. – Let’s go.
– I promise you I’ma (bleep). – No, Kirk. – No, I promise you I’m not gonna– – Kirk, no, Kirk. – I’m not gonna (mumbles).
– We gotta go, we gotta go. – I’m literally not doing (bleep). – I’m just hoping that
Kirk can contain hisself because when Kirk drink, his
fuse is real real real short. Kirk, we can’t go inside.
– We’re going into the cab. – I’m not doing (bleep).
– We’re going in a cab. – I know, I just, I have to wash my hands. – We can’t go nowhere nice.
– Kirk, let’s get in the car. – I’m fine.
– We have to leave. – I’m not gonna go inside there? I can control my own body.
– No, no, no. – I need you to, no.
– No, listen, listen. – We don’t have time for no more conflict! Everybody get in the car! I understand, no I understand, Kirk. – Jeremiah, listen, I just
need you to let me (bleep). – No, I’m not going to.
– No, Jeremiah! You don’t get what I’m saying,
Jeremiah let go of me, dog! You don’t understand how (bleep) feels. Just let me go, holy (bleep). – [Gus] Back to the Jenga table. Go ahead and finger it. There it is! Oh, OK, you think you’re slick with it. – Who said (bleep)? You gon’ talk (bleep) about
(bleep) get in my face. Don’t be saying it from a distance. Someone tells me that he’s yelling, “cut your hair you (bleep)”. – Here! – You wanna say it to my
face, say it to my face. No, you’re the one who
called me a (bleep). Say it to my face, don’t
say it from a distance. – Wait, what? – You’re gonna talk
(bleep), say it to my face. I don’t care if he’s a
grown man or not, no! – He’s just jealous bro,
he’s (bleep) jealous. – Let us deal with it.
– Let him talk (bleep). Let him talk (bleep), it’s okay. You be a bigger man, dog,
you know what I’m saying? – I’m waiting, I’m not going nowhere. You’re about to get your ass knocked out! Bitch, you think I’m scared of you? Look at you! – I don’t like people
using words like that. That’s something that sparks me. And you ain’t gon’ do (bleep)
about it, so sit down. I knocked that hat off.
– No you did not. – I knocked the hat off. You ain’t gon’ do (bleep) about it. What’chu bout to do about it? What’s up, what’s up? – Oh, hell no. (rock music) – What’s up, what’s up? What’s up? Where ya at? No, where he at?! No, where he at?! I’m finna (bleep)! (rock music) – What is going on, here? Another fight, again? God damn it! – Nah, bro. We’re getting kicked out for defending us and this situation sucks
because I don’t want to be like this crazy woman in front of Matthew. It’s literally not who I am as a person. Thank you. – What the (bleep) even happened? – [Gus] We’re in No Name
Lounge, Logan walks through the door and, obviously,
things are gonna get dramatic because every time he shows
up, something pops off. – (bleep), get your (bleep) hands off me! – Get the (bleep) out of here. – You ain’t (bleep) that’s
why you use steroids, bitch. – Oh, that’s cute, bro, that’s real cute. – Oh, that was cute, bro. – Why don’t you get the (bleep), bro? – Why don’t you get the (bleep)? This is my town, this my (bleep) bar. I’m a business owner, bitch. You get the (bleep) out of my bar! – Stop spitting in my (bleep) face. – What’cha gonna do about it, bro? – Get the (bleep) out of here, bitch. – Ay, put your hands on him,
you put your hands on me. Put your hands on me,
you put your hands on me. Hit me and see what I’ll do! – Cheers to my roommates! – [Codi] Put your hands on him, again. – I’ll beat your (bleep) ass! – Put your hands on him (bleep) again! Put your (bleep) hands
on him again, bitch! Put your (bleep) hands
on him again, bitch! – [Korni] What the (bleep), Logan’s here! You’re not gonna yell at my roommates. Try me, bitch. (rock music) – [Candace] No! – Stop!
– Stop! – No! – Oh, hell no. (rock music) (Crowd screaming) – [Kirk] He ran away (laughs). – Listen, if I got my
ass whooped like that, I’d run away, too. – [Kortni] Are you (bleep) kidding me? Everywhere I go, he stalks
the (bleep) out of me! – Calm down, calm down, bro, calm. – (bleep) (bleep) he’s
ruining my (bleep) time! I’m angry. I hate seeing all these
people I care about fighting, especially whenever it’s my fault. If I wouldn’t have dated Logan, my roommates wouldn’t be
dealing with this right now. – [Man] Look out, he’s coming back! – Hey, watch right here, watch right here. All of a sudden, I just
look to my left and boom! Logan comes back again.
– You shut your (bleep) mouth! – [Man] Go, go, go, go! – [Codi] Come, on, come on (bleep) bitch! Come the (bleep) you piece of (bleep)! – [Candace] I need a (bleep) drink. These mother(bleep) have
lost they (bleep) damn mind. And I’m in the middle of it,
I’m in a (bleep) damn dress. Logan showing up at No Name
and then trying to fight Gus and my roommates and the whole brawl is the definition of a buzzkill. – [Nilsa] What happened? – Wait, ya’ll really had no idea? – No. – Logan just got beat the
(bleep) up by Gus and Jeremiah. – We had all this drama
between Aimee and Gus in New Orleans and now that Aimee and Gus are cool, here we go again. You literally can’t take us anywhere. – Our policy is, cans are
thrown from two parties. – I understand that, I understand that. You know you’re back in Panama City Beach when you’re getting into bar
fights and then kicked out. Welcome back to home sweet home. – [Gus] Let us right out. – We ain’t even been here five minutes. – [Candace] I wanted to
party and have a good time. – The fights that happen
outside make us better inside. – Listen, this mother(bleep)
thought he was gon’ get away with us, and he wouldn’t
try (bleep) today. – [Gus] He got exactly what he asked for and he jumped over the rafter. – He didn’t touch any of ya’ll, did he? – No, he got rocked the (bleep) up. – He ain’t hit me, hit me. – And ya’ll know, I don’t like to fight. It takes a lot for me to have to fight. – [Gus] Welcome back to Panama City! – I need a lighter! I didn’t see him. What kind of dog is it? Aw, a half-lab and a half-pit? I have a half-lab half hunting dog. The runts are my favorites. – I’m the runt of my litter because I’m the smallest one in my family even though I’m the middle child. – The runts of my hunting
dogs are my favorite. – You’re just like strive
for attention whenever. You actually could get it if
you’d just shut your mouth. – I haven’t even talked to you once except I’m the runt of the litter. – This guy was just so nice to me and now he’s being so mean to Nilsa. People really need to stop bullying her because she’s a really good person. – I don’t even know what you said ’cause it’s so irrelevant to my life. No, go away! – He needs to get his tail
right on down that sidewalk or this guy is gonna find out
just how country I can get. – [Nilsa] He has no
reason to make fun of me. – No, he’s just intimidated by
you ’cause you’re so pretty. – It took me a long time
to actually like myself. – I know, you are beautiful,
don’t let him hate on you. – No, it’s not just him,
it’s the guys in the house. It’s like, everyone else. I just wanna go home,
I didn’t come through this summer to get picked on by everyone. – No, don’t let that guy ruin your night. You don’t act like your pretty,
you just have a good time. – I’m just over it. This is the first time
I’m ever seeing this guy in my entire life and yet he
wants to dog on my appearance? At this point, I’m tired
of being picked on. It sucks. I just don’t want to do this all summer– – I don’t either, and I don’t either! – I’m gonna end up hitting
someone, that’s the problem. – I’ll hit ’em before you, I got you. No more, listen, no more. – Let’s go home.
– Let’s go home. No more of that, no one’s
gonna treat you like that. These men are begging
to get slapped by me. – There’s been a lot of drama in the house with the guys and the girls
but there’s eight of us. Like, you mess with one you’re
messing with seven others. – No, this that gay guy. – [Nilsa] I just wanna go home and then this crazy lady at
the bar comes out of nowhere. She’s drunk and freaking out, it’s scary. – You’re old as (bleep)! You! Hey, get your boyfriend, I’ll
beat him, how ’bout that? I’ll beat your boyfriend the (bleep). – Stop it! – Yeah, sounds good, sounds good. – [Codi] I’m like, uh-oh,
Kirk needs to be careful. This is the type of place
where those people come and you know what I mean by those people. The dollar draft beer people. (lady screams) – [Kirk] You’re like
45 years old, go home! – (bleep), (bleep)! – Kirk is a little hot-headed. Once that light switch goes
off, you better step back ’cause it’s about to
be a volcano erupting. – [Kirk] Go home! – Well get her and take her, then! Take her, then. Take your wife or I’ll
knock you the (bleep) out! – Oh (bleep), oh boy. – You don’t know me,
bruh, I’m from Atlanta. – (bleep)!
– Oh hell nah! – Who the (bleep) is starting (bleep)? Who the (bleep) is starting (bleep)? Hell nah, who the (bleep)
is starting (bleep)? Alright, bitch, let’s (bleep) get it! – Kortni just started
swinging like a wild woman. I don’t even think Kortni
knew who she was fighting, but Kortni decide who we
hitting and just swing. – I’ll (bleep) you up, bitch! I will (bleep) you up, bitch! Yeah, run this way hoe,
I will knock you out! – Bro, (mumbles). – Hey, we might get in our little fights, but at the end of the
day ain’t nobody else gonna touch anybody in this house. (dramatic music) – [Kirk] See, look, c’mon, c’mon! – No (bleep)! – [Nilsa] It is crazy,
everyone’s fighting, everyone’s pulling each
other off of each other. Aimee’s over here swinging,
Kirk’s back there yelling, Gus is pulling everybody off, Jeremiah… Where’s Jeremiah? – Jeremiah, he’s home-schooled. Y’know, he don’t see
hood (bleep) like this. (dramatic music) – Aimee, Aimee, Aimee! – Don’t (bleep) with my (bleep) security! – [Gus] Things just kinda
escalated out of control. We gotta get out of here
before someone gets hurt. (police siren rings) – I have never once been
in a fight like this. Everyone is, like, swinging
and just acting crazy. It’s a total chaos, it’s like a mosh pit. – (bleep) him and them.
– Hey, hey, Gus. – God almighty. I’ve always been the protective type, I am the oldest of four kids. I just wanna make sure
everybody gets home safe and not goes to jail.