Transcript for Keegan-Michael Key and Cobie Smulders talk season 2 of 'Friends from College'
from the Netflix show, it is hilarious. It is called "Friends from college." It's back for a second season. I want you to take a look at it right now. We have to figure out if and when we're doing something official about our marriage or more likely lack thereof. And you think that max's engagement party is the place we should be talking about this. Okay, well, I'm just looking for a time to -- I'm just looking for a time to meet. And it can be brief. Well, sure. Great. Great. Great. So I'll give you a call then. Not awkward at all. Whoo. Rough. You guys are telling me the cast is very, very tight except one person on camera. But one of your cast mates who we know very well wasn't quite as into hanging out initially as you all were. In season one, Fred savage would not -- we'll call him out. I'm going right for it. Fred would not do anything with us. We thought he was joking. We thought he was joking. We're all going to dinner. Have a good time, I'm going to watch "Designated survivor." But now we're trying really to bond and in the second season was for Fred the season of yes. Fred said this is the season of yes. I'll say yes to everything. Do you want to go on a boat with our friends sailing. Yes. Do you want to go to Chabot with me and my wife. Yes. That's great. That does really help. You need that off camera bonding to be so awkward on camera? Yes. Yeah, yeah. So how was it going to your TV husband's wedding, congratulations. Thank you so much. In L.A. Thank you, thank. How was that? It was super fun. It was an amazing party. That was a pretty crazy -- thank you? A picture of you. That's me kissing my wife. My sweet Al look at that. Down there in downtown. We had -- the party was great. It was the surreal thing to have the friends from college co-mingingling with actual friends from college, you know, at a wedding party. That is very -- A lot of dancing. A lot of dancing. Some people singing on stage. Oh E. Yeah, your husband. Her husband sang and it was fantastic. Yeah -- It was a good time. You guys shot in atlantic City which had to be a ton of fun. Was there some gambling involved. Oh, yeah. It was -- we were shooting nights which means you show up to set at about, you know, 5:00 Pak and you're shooting until about 4:00, 5:00 A.M. And that didn't stop us. We went back to the hotel which is, of course, attached to a casino and would gamble for a few hours. There's no windows so -- There was nobody there shockingly. There were a smattering of people. A smattering of people. Which is a situation. Sometimes it would be like I want you to hit me but I just can't hear what you're saying -- is that birds chirping outside? Sun is just coming out. Is that a 6 or a jack? Yeah, yeah. You didn't know how to play blackjack. She taught me how to play blackjack, a system and the whole nine yards. Did not win me any money. No, I never won anything myself. That's how it works. The house always wins. The house always wins, guys. The house as wins. Losing endeavor. Do not gamble. Do not gamble. House always wins. This guy and I know each other a long time. Both went to Penn state university. Have you seen Keegan playing the role of coach James Franklin, everybody. It is hilarious. Penn state football coach. You have an eerie similarity to him. I just have to say that because we are, baby. Penn state, we are, yes. Love having you guys here. Love that picture. You guys can see the new season of this show, please check it out. "Friends from college," Netflix, this Friday it starts.
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