Transcript for Star of 'The Neighbors' on Premiere, Secrets of a Long Marriage
I have to say, I am a huge fan. I have to tell america, you're even more handsome in person. I don't know how it happened. Even cuter in person. Let's talk about the sitcom. By the way, I love you. "The neighbors." Because this is like, you didn't come here to discuss normal because on this broadcast, we can't. Not everyone on your show is normal, so to speak? No, they're special. We are a couple that has three kids, married 18 years. I want my husband to take initiative in the marriage. I mean, maybe some flowers, surprise sex in the marriage. Spice it up. He takes initiative and puts a down payment on a townhouse on a golf course. Right. And moves the entire family. And we realize quickly there's something a little odd about the neighbors. They have names of professional athletes. Even though they're not professional athletes. And it turns out the entire town are aliens who have been stuck on planet earth for ten years and we're their only human contact. Now, there are some things that I loved about the show. You guys came on right after "modern family." That's a good audience to get. Thank you. So don't leave the show. Why do aliens have accents? Well, because they don't like the guttural american. They take what's best of human, you know, the human athletes, and they take their names. And they don't eat. They get their nourishment through reading. One funny show. Ladies and gentlemen, jami gertz, by the way, "the neighbors" airs wednesday. I have loved every bit of it.
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