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  • A-one, two, three, four

  • "Is This What You Want?" theme

  • Pretty good.

  • Guys, guess what?

  • Aliens exist.

  • You know what that means.

  • I'm gonna interview Gaby!

  • For anyone who isn't, like,

  • a very frequent viewer, basically,

  • when Gaby interviewed me,

  • we said,

  • "Write 'aliens exist' in the

  • comments section if you want

  • Allison to interview Gaby,

  • and there were so many people

  • who believe in aliens that

  • we're gonna do it.

  • JBU theme plays

  • For the following interview,

  • I will not be Allison Raskin,

  • your best friend and confidant.

  • So who will you be?

  • (together) Therese.

  • I love your red hair, Therese.

  • Thank you, I'm a "cele-sbian".

  • Yeah! Therese, in case you forgot,

  • is a "cele-sbian" reporter,

  • uh, with red hair.

  • Yeah, I ask the tough questions.

  • Oh, let me get into character.

  • Yeah, please, I need to meet Therese.

  • (whispering) My parents are okay

  • and I have a cat.

  • First off, Gabrielle Dunn,

  • it's just a pleasure to meet you.

  • Gabrielle is so formal.

  • I just want to start by saying

  • that I love your vlog channel

  • with your girlfriend, Allison Raskin.

  • Yeah! It's a vlog channel, uh,

  • and Allison is my girlfriend.

  • Ok.

  • Are you related to Josh Dunn from twenty one pilots?

  • Uh, no, but it's weird because

  • my older brother is named Josh Dunn.

  • So you are related to him?

  • I am related to Josh Dunn, but I'm not...

  • That's what I asked,

  • that's what I just asked.

  • Who do you like more:

  • men or women?

  • Neither.

  • You don't like men or women?

  • No.

  • Is bisexuality real?

  • Yes, bisexuality is real,

  • and you don't have to like

  • one or the other better.

  • If you like women even 5%,

  • you can call yourself bisexual.

  • "Bisexual" just means you're open

  • to all genders.

  • Like, ok, here's a fun

  • game we can play.

  • Um, what do you like more:

  • red or blue?

  • Neither, purple.

  • (Allison "fff"s in frustration)

  • You often complain about

  • not having money.

  • Why are you not

  • making any money?

  • I complain about not having money

  • because I used to not have money,

  • now I have the most money

  • I've ever had in my life,

  • although it's still not that much,

  • probably, compared to other

  • people who have been more

  • responsible in their lives.

  • I think it's, you know, important to talk

  • about your financial troubles

  • because it's a very isolating topic.

  • But you have money?

  • Some, some money now, yeah,

  • probably not enough.

  • So why are you complaining all the time?

  • I just love to complain.

  • Do you still work at BuzzFeed?

  • No, I haven't, I haven't worked at

  • BuzzFeed for longer than I

  • have ever worked at BuzzFeed.

  • Why would you quit working at BuzzFeed?

  • It seems like the coolest company.

  • I wanted to have a career.

  • But...don't you want to have

  • a career at BuzzFeed?

  • No, but when anything you make at BuzzFeed

  • they own, and I thought it was best

  • to have the intellectual property

  • that I was making be my own.

  • Whatever, I love

  • the Try Guys.

  • How are you different from Broad City?

  • 'Cause we're two different people.

  • What?

  • Like, we're not them.

  • But, right, but like...

  • you guys are like,

  • two Jewish girls who are best friends

  • and they're two Jewish girls

  • who are best friends who

  • have a TV show.

  • Yeah, see, I think they're more of

  • a "peas-in-a-pod", and we're

  • more of an odd couple.

  • Me and my partner, Allison,

  • are more of an odd couple.

  • Like, uh, you know...

  • Please don't touch me.

  • Sorry, I should've asked...

  • I'm a reporter.

  • Therese, I feel like you're a big fan.

  • I'm not, I haven't seen a

  • single JBU video.

  • I don't think that's true.

  • I only watched your work

  • at BuzzFeed.

  • Oh, you did?

  • Which, honestly, most people

  • say, is better than your personal work.

  • That's fair.

  • Are you actually polyamorous,

  • or is that just something you do

  • for the channel?

  • I am actually polyamorous, yeah.

  • It means I'd date multiple people.

  • Ew!

  • Still on this page...

  • Yeah! I was going to say,

  • what are you doing?

  • Are you in love with Allison?

  • Yeah.

  • No, I mean, like,

  • romantic love.

  • Are you in love with...?

  • I understood the question.

  • Therese, you seem quite upset

  • by my answers.

  • I'm not upset, I don't get upset

  • because I'm an objective journalist.

  • It seems like you are taking

  • this personally, the way

  • one Allison Raskin might.

  • Why would I?

  • I'm not Allison.

  • (stammers) Are you going to dye

  • your hair purple again?

  • That was my favorite one.

  • So weird! Usually, it's the

  • celebrity who gets upset

  • and walks off.

  • No, it's fine, it's like...

  • I just, like, I thought that when

  • we sat down, you would be

  • honest with me, and

  • obviously, you're keeping your guard up,

  • and you're not giving real answers

  • because I know for a fact

  • that you're not romantically

  • in love with Allison.

  • You know that for a fact...how?

  • Because you are Allison?

  • No, I'm Therese!

  • But I talked to Allison first,

  • and I was going to publish the interview

  • with her, but everyone said,

  • "We'd rather have the other one."

  • Oh, I've heard that before.

  • (slams book)

  • Allison, Allison!

  • (startled) Oh! How'd it go?