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"In the beginning, before Season 1, I almost didn't take [the role], because I was reading the scripts, and Dee was the voice of reason, and they all were really funny.
I'm definitely proud of the female character that we've created together. But I would say that I love being part of this team. When we do scenes where there are a lot of background people and people who are new, he loves it.
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ROB MCELHENNEY: Charlie found it more uncomfortable than I did. CHARLIE DAY: I was like, we can cut out just before, it can all be imflied. And if it doesn't, then -- Conan: it's still highly erotic. CHARLIE DAY: You know, you got to buck up and do it, man. KAITLIN OLSON: We didn't really -- I think of you like a brother.
Conan: you guys have known each other for a long time. ROB MCELHENNEY: I thought it would be funny if we did a really extended almost five-minute-long, interminably long love making scene between the two of them that wouldn't be funny at all and it just keeps going and going and going, and becomes funny. How did you overcome your anxiety about this scene?
It's hard to believe there's anything left for your characters to do, but Charlie and Dee had a love scene.