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Andrew Cholerton: Auditions and what, who is there? Is it Steven, myself and we were there all the time. What do you guys think?
Matt Brewbaker: How about Carol was really good. Yes.
Andrew Cholerton: I also thought Stef was really good.
Matt Brewbaker: After or—
Andrew Cholerton: Choose the redhead.
Matt Brewbaker: She was really natural about things. And really that’s what I expected.
Andrew Cholerton: Yeah.
Matt Brewbaker: Because you know I’d seen them before they come and audition.
Female: Carol is on audition?
Andrew Cholerton: Yes!
Matt Brewbaker: Yes. Yes, she did.
Andrew Cholerton: I’d like her.
Matt Brewbaker: I really like the Sarah Wency. Is that right?
Andrew Cholerton: Serena Wency.
Matt Brewbaker: Serena Wency?
Andrew Cholerton: Yeah. Like the girl that’s not so sure?
Matt Brewbaker: Yes, that. It’s a big question but I guess as far like who would play the lead.
Andrew Cholerton: You remind that Lisa all of you right now. I think I got a good portion of you, I mean a lot of them were really, really nervous. Believe it or not.
Matt Brewbaker: Yeah.
Andrew Cholerton: So how does—for this scenarios that’s just.
Matt Brewbaker: I know.
Andrew Cholerton: I guess you know isn’t it. Isn’t a big deal?
Matt Brewbaker: Yeah.
Stef Wilcox: God damn it! How is this again? Get out of here! Go! Get off my property. What are you doing stalking older ladies?! If you don’t leave right now, I am calling the cops. Shouldn’t you be in school or something? God! God!
Cara: Wency, how are you? Yeah, it’s great. Is holy where? Oh, yeah. I love that place, you know me, shots my—
Male: And I’m very good.
Matt Brewbaker: Let’s see. Spend a little more time once watching TV.
Matt Brewbaker: Can you get it? And just spend a moment or like—you're kind of just glance over there and then you notice.
Matt Brewbaker: It just rise then you know—
Matt Brewbaker: --double take and you get it out there really friendly.
Matt Brewbaker: Even though you got to—you probably don’t mean it.
Matt Brewbaker: And this is going to funny into you.
Matt Brewbaker: You put like, “Hey, you want to them off.” All right
Matt Brewbaker: And when you’re done go in this and you know a lot better you’re going to that. You do that walk and like basically—you know you called her like you’ve call and you got to say, “Hey, this is good—
Matt Brewbaker: --but like she’s talk that shocking.
Matt Brewbaker: Roll please.
Matt Brewbaker: And just whenever you're ready.
Paris: Who’s that? Hey, you get out of here! Get off my property now. What are you doing stalking older ladies? If you don’t leave right now, I’m going to call the cops. Shouldn’t you be in school or something?
Wency! Hi, how are you? Uh huh, that’s great. Oh, you’re something where? Oh, yeah! Yeah! I love that place. You know me, shop ‘til I drop
Andrew Cholerton: Okay cut!
You don’t think about that. I think about what roles to give her, if should turn some—he’s working now. Yeah, do you believe it or yeah like all people is obvious. It’s getting like. This is a Zombieville.
Stephen Ho: This is very—
Elizabeth Bassin: Oh, man we have such a problem working on the set.
Andrew Cholerton: Wait, what do you see?
Elizabeth Bassin: At least I’ll be the only one not looking dead.
Andrew Cholerton: All of you, you know.
Andrew Cholerton: Think of it this way, counter of over your head.
Andrew Cholerton: All of the female zombies like, men. Okay! So—
Elizabeth Bassin: Cat fight.
Andrew Cholerton: What?
Elizabeth Bassin: A cat fight between the— and the dead zombie girls.
Andrew Cholerton: What’s that absurd the zombies?
Andrew Cholerton: There’s a cat fight and like—
Elizabeth Bassin: Isn’t that funny. Oh, my god.
Andrew Cholerton: That’s funny actually. Came like this is there’s just a zombie girl there something that you can click on body parts and we click over enough and they fall off. “Oh, my guy they’re at my arm.”
Elizabeth Bassin: You’re going to pay for a manicure.
Andrew Cholerton: Oh, really. That will be fine actually of this. Then we have further more auditions but then what time can expect those three chosen, when we do this? Well, how long the thing on the—
Matt Brewbaker: We told people the beginning of next week. So I need time to review the footage. I’ll probably have an idea of who I want on Monday.
Andrew Cholerton: Yeah. I know what you supposed you—