As the seasons pass, everyone gets more jaded; perversely, though, their dreams of fame are coming true via itself. " Tegan: I can't remember the last time I was somewhere where there was meatloaf. It's actually really impressive for how much they spent on it. Sara: I'm shocked that one of the twins made it as far as she did. You get one sweet item, one salty item, and a beverage. If they don't have the Ruffles, I don't mind a Lay's.
And so the cast is now trapped forever at SUR restaurant, like ghosts at a haunted mansion, even though none of them really work there as waiters anymore because they have become what every waiter dreams of: reality TV stars. Molly: They shot it at the North Hollywood library! At first you watch and you're like, "These people are so pathetic, I'm so much better than them." Then you are suddenly realizing, "Wait, these people are so pathetic and we're really not so different after all." Sara: No, we're not. Tegan: The fact that they always just wrote "Twin" under the twins is so funny. Sara: I would get just regular Perrier, no flavor water. If I were in Canada, we'd be talking a whole different ballgame – my chip of choice is Old Dutch rippled sour cream and onion.
It's a thin chocolate that has a caramel piece inside it, and what I like to do is just take it and bite gently through the chocolate and then pull it off with my teeth.
As a Canadian a lot of my friends are like, “Oh, its gonna be overturned and people will be able to get married really soon.” But I think there is a hesitation to be overly confident, because we were confident the first time around. When you're just alone with your cat all of a sudden, it could get pretty fucked up. Tegan was sending, like, 10,000 pictures of K-pop bands with a very modern, futuristic look, and then we talked about the bands and personas of the Seventies and Eighties like Bowie and Siouxsie and the Banshees. But we were talking about how Tegan and I were in the process of hiring backing musicians for the live shows and how I felt about backing tracks. " There's definitely a lot of time to think about it when you're not hurtling down the highway from one city to the next, playing shows and doing meet-and-greets. We've been working with our art director for over 10 years and I have always been sending images back and forth of things that inspired us. One of the things that happened naturally in the photo shoot was that the makeup got a little more embellished than usual. But now I'm 35 and I'm much more comfortable with the idea. If we don't reinvent ourselves or our look or our stage, we'll go crazy. But it's the norm now that people augment their sound with tracks. At the heart of this, I think audiences want to hear music played a specific way. But what I think a lot of people are there for is a performance. We decided we could marry those two things together. And we really wanted something that played with the idea of gender and identity. When we started, we really didn't want to wear any. This morning I was talking to a guy I work out with who used to be the drummer in Godsmack. My attitude used to be if a human being doesn't play every note, people would think we're no good and it would devalue the music.To me that was just a legendary piece of reality television.