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  • That's right.

  • That's right.

  • We're talking to Clooney's here.

  • Kids get the flies going, riding a 13 kids Stand by me life, Dr Candies, All big moments in my And now you can see him and his lovely wife, Courtney, apparent on marriage.

  • Boot camp Family of this and premiering Friday.

  • I'm told 11 p.m. On TV.

  • You got that?

  • You got that?

  • All right, here's a sample of what you're gonna be watching.

  • That's your baby book.

  • Open it.

  • Yep, There's nothing there.

  • Oh, well, see, there's mornings in there.

  • Does that mean it means I don't have any pictures from my job?

  • The only type of relic of our childhoods we might have is something from a teen magazine or a newspaper flipping or a TV guy.

  • She never kept anything that didn't have to do with business.

  • I actually asked our mom recently for some pictures from my childhood, and she said, Well, I know I have some of your headshots.

  • I felt very abandoned, had a very, very sad childhood.

  • You and even you refer to it as slave labor.

  • Yeah, right rule, Lauren Lines, learning scripts.

  • It's true.

  • And what happened.

  • If you didn't, I would get beat.

  • Yeah, that's the voice of Corey Feldman.

  • Who's with us right now.

  • Another round of applied because Block brought it this time.

  • He brought his lovely wife, Courtney with last time she said you sent her off to a whole nother country of something I didn't do.

  • What we owe it was ice Man was ice.

  • I was taking her out.

  • I wasn't really, But it was immigration.

  • It was immigration.

  • She actually I was deported at a certain point because, you know, those Canadians are a big risk to us Americans.

  • You know?

  • They're trying to take all of our everything.

  • We gotta build a wall.

  • You know what I took over the rap game rap game?

  • They note every eight champion.

  • Keep an eye on those, man.

  • Keep an eye on them Canadians.

  • They trying to take over things global domination thing.

  • You guys, you know, they try to take over the ecology business, try to take over the environmental business to try to take over the would they brought all the Asians, obviously Canada.

  • You know what I'm saying?

  • They call it honk over now, right?

  • Isn't that a large Asian population saw Courtney.

  • Please don't go down.

  • But she knows what I'm saying is true, minstrel.

  • Courtney e.

  • I mean, they basically buy up like a lot of the real estate.

  • And Vancouver now, like crazy called Japan id a Japan.

  • It that's another.

  • But you know what I'm saying?

  • We ain't building.

  • Wall is there way.

  • Don't have any walls on the northern border trying to keep those damn canucks out of our country and, you know, look at her.

  • God bless.

  • I don't think we try to keep her out.

  • I think we want way Got lucky when I hear that when I hear that clip of your childhood Because to you were all of our childhood hero published You know, these two guys right here D B and D J wonder.

  • Probably have posters in there.

  • Showers of you.

  • Oh, growing up poster with me.

  • My poster, you mean?

  • Yeah, Work's going girls in the room.

  • You know that.

  • But this whole time, you tormented.

  • You sound like you damn near being tortured.

  • Yeah, something that Ewing family referred to a slave labor as a child.

  • So when you were doing the Goonies and all of these shows.

  • You were You weren't a happy kid.

  • Well, I was happy to be on the set.

  • I was happy to have the opportunity to work with great people and meet people like Michael and Cyndi Lauper and all the great people that came around to set, you know, and that was fun.

  • But that was my reprieve.

  • That was like getting to work was the best part of my life because everything else was torture in hell.

  • So I lived in kind of like a haunted mansion, and I was literally forced, like a lot of people don't know this, but they say, you know, when did you start singing and why you singing now?

  • And I'm like, did you not know that I started singing?

  • Uh, like I started as a singer?

  • I didn't start as an actor because of three years old.

  • Kids can't really memorize lines.

  • All right, so it's not like they stick a script in front of your face and say, here, read that kids can't read, so that doesn't work out very well.

  • So the way that my mom would get people to understand that I had great memorization skills or that I was able to, like, repeat stuff and do exactly as they told me as she would lock me in a room and she'd say, Here's a record player.

  • Here's a 45.

  • I want you to listen to that single and hear it over and over and over, and by the time you come out, you better be able to repeat it.

  • Note for note.

  • And so that was how I would impress people because I would go in on the interviews and I would be like a parrot or a parakeet.

  • I would just repeat back what I was trained.

  • So I would go in there and I would sing like, put on a happy face or, you know, raindrops keep falling on my head or my mom's favorite one, which was junk food junkie.

  • I don't know if you remember that, but when we were kids, there was this guy named Jim Grow ji, and he had this song called Junk Food.

  • How'd it go, man?

  • I don't remember.

  • Like I'm a junkie, you know, he was no Southern tweeting and all that.

  • If you came out the room and you hadn't memorized those, I get my ass beat you would get whipped.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Big time belt.

  • Well, saying the whole thing.

  • So long, court, whatever.

  • Those, Whatever was handy and the parents.

  • Okay, okay, so So my dad wasn't really the like.

  • I mean, he was crazy, but he was crazy and more of a methodical type.

  • Wait.

  • So he did very dark things to the Children, using them and abusing them, but mostly around the finances, Mostly around manipulation, you know, getting what he wanted out of us that way and saying, Oh, it's all for love.

  • But there was no love in the family, whereas the mom was just crazy.

  • Like she just had no self control.

  • And she, you know, was like by poor.

  • So one minute she'd be, like laughing and smiling in the next minute, she'd be gouging your eyes out with, like, a spoon or something, you know, So this woman would torture her Children.

  • It wasn't just like, you know.

  • Hey, I'm gonna smack you because you did something wrong or you're going to be punished.

  • You know, for the sake of, you know, teaching you a lesson.

  • This was like chasing you around with, like, toilet seat lids, knives and, you know, whatever she littered throwing shoes, he whatever she could get her hands on to beat you with, she would beat you with.

  • And, you know, she used to do things like hold me down and torture me and tell me she was gonna operate on me because I was so ugly and my nose was too big and I was too fat.

  • So she was gonna cut the fat off herself with a knife, and she was going to suck it out with a syringe.

  • And she was gonna, you know, sterilized me with a needle in my eye.

  • You know?

  • Just kind of crazy stuff.

  • Shit.

  • You don't say.

  • You got to write t o go to that.

  • Not in my household, but your mom.

  • You're blessed.

  • Very blessed.

  • Your mom is obviously was dealing with some type of mental issues, in my opinion.

  • That's right.

  • I'm a parent, s so and you know, as a parent, you know, that's the last thing you could ever even imagine with your kids.

  • Like kidding me.

  • My kids, my pride and joy.

  • I love him so much.

  • I would do anything to protect him.

  • I would do anything to let him know he's loved and that his dad is there for him.

  • So what kind of person, in their same mind, would ever put their job to something like that?

  • Obviously, None.

  • So therefore, no sanity, marriage, boot camp family addition.

  • We're finding out all these things, even the the set.

  • The scene I saw where you had a photo album from your childhood.

  • It was no pictures of you from your childhood other than work pictures like head shots with the kind of things your mom kept.

  • And when I was thinking of this, you know, they had this expression called Daddy issues that they apply to women.

  • But I think men have come to mommy issues, so Mommy issues.

  • So when you Courtney found out about his mommy issues, what made you wanna say I do?

  • I was gonna come home with you, like I mean, I have you know, Mommy issues too.

  • So I get it, but not to the level that he does.

  • But like, you know, it's just I have a lot of compassion for what he's gone through, and, you know, I feel like, you know, it needs to be treated like very seriously, you know?

  • And that goes to like his whole family, like because they were, like, all abuse, like his brothers and sisters and everything.

  • That's what my brother is on the show to show that it wasn't just me, you know, it wasn't just me, but it was every kid that came through that household was abused.

  • But that said two different levels to different extremes.

  • Because I was the main moneymaker.

  • I was the workhorse.

  • But that said, my sister started it.

  • She was in the Mickey Mouse Club.

  • A lot of people don't know that she was one of the Mouseketeers in the seventies, so she was famous.

  • She had all the kids chasing her and, you know, all the sensation of all the stardom and all that stuff and fans stock in her and all that crazy stuff.

  • She started that and then it was me.

  • And then after I left the house, my mom still needed the income because she was just laying in bed all day, making phone calls.

  • You gotta massively my next one.

  • I got emancipated.

  • OK, so then it went to my next brother, which was eaten So now Eden's on the show with me talking about.

  • Yeah, Well, once he left, then it was all on my shoulders.

  • And then I had to take care of the younger ones than I had to go out and work for a living.

  • I had to go on the auditions.

  • But I'm living in the shadow of my older brother because people say what?

  • You're not Cory, you know, and imagine having to grow up like that.

  • So you know, I empathize for him, too.

  • And that's why we're making this his breakout.

  • And I'm hoping that people can finally give him some respect that he deserves because he deserves his place out there to my other brother.

  • Doesn't care because he's an LAPD.

  • No, he doesn't.

  • He's like, I'm a cop.