Transcript for Wendi McLendon-Covey Takes on Blind Dates in New Film 'Blended'
That's one of my favorite songs, too. Here with Wendi mclendon-covey, "The goldbergs." Do you have '80s clothes in your regular wardrobe? I'm just wearing it on the show. And a romantic comedy called "Blended." Drew barrymore and Adam Sandler. That's not a bad cast to join. A great cast to join. Always wanted to work with the two of them. Never dreamed I'd be able to play with the two of them at the same time. I play drew's best friend. We're called the closet queens. We clean your closet and we're the queens of it. You're trying things on. Maybe. Get into some trouble? Maybe. We have some questions for you in social square. I'll give it a whirl. Okay. Here we go. And the first question, Wendi, you're beautiful. I love that question. Love you in "The goldbergs." I want to know when you knew you were funny? I knew I was funny when I was about to get in trouble. This is probably the first grade. And I made my mom laugh so hard she forgot to spank me. I got out of punishment. Did it work after that? No, it didn't. And she was on to me. You take the next question. Don't break it. All right. This one is not from me. At all of all of the roles you played, which one did you like and relate to the most? From Jennifer Allen. Jennifer, I will say -- which one did I relate to the most? None of them. Okay? But I enjoy playing Beverly Goldberg the most. And that is because, if I have kids of my own, I wouldn't be that insane. Your hair doesn't look like this on "The goldbergs." Thank you for noticing. We'll look for you on "The goldbergs." And "Blended" coming out soon. Ginger has the forecast. She's in Moore, Oklahoma, this
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