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She was gonna be the last person to play, and we just could not make the schedule work. So some of her lines were things that we’d thought about …But an airport that’s easy to get to, that’s a good thing. It is a little bit biting to say, “Hey, maybe we don’t need so many stores for dogs,” and “Hey, maybe some of you oughta get up a little bit earlier and go to work and get off those damn skateboards. Not even our adolescence – our 20s, we’re all stuck in our 20s.
And I think right there, we were like, “We should do a battle of the gentle bands that just gets quieter and quieter and quieter.” That feathers idea came from Fiona Apple. Our parents weren’t cramming with a library of “what to expect” books. The theme is definitely that we’re all living our adolescence.
Is that also the lens you see the world through: You walk around New York or Portland, and see sketches?
The way you know it’s real is when you talk to other people, and then they agree.
But we go because it’s close and it’s healthy and it’s actually nice – a lot of kale, a lot of brown rice – and we’d be like, “This is so good, I’m actually really glad that I’m eating this way!
” And when we’d start walking back to – it’s not that we really farted, it’s just that our stomach, I could hear my stomach. In fact, when they come onto “SNL,” it’s always nice, ‘cause I actually like when bands at least play their instruments as opposed to having dancers.
And it’s by the reaction that you know, “Oh, this is something.” I can’t remember if it was Carrie or Jon who came up with Furniture Now, but Carrie – let’s just say it was Carrie – will be like, “You know what I noticed in Portland?