Ryan Hellquist

Los Angeles, California, US

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Ryan Hellquist

Category Podcasting
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Young Adult (18-35)
Description This is a clip of a loud mouth, stand-up comedian character I played for a narrative, mystery podcast called Rose Drive.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
my mom tried to prepare me for this moment. My mom totally stepped on a bag of Doritos in some dudes bedroom one day, totally killing her urge to **** him. And in order to prevent her son from following in those literal footsteps, she drilled a simple chore into my head. I threw it all away into a metaphorical trash like the actual ones on my floor. My mom wasn't nagging at me, guys. She was trying to help me get laid on. That's when I rule. My mom was my first win, man. Thanks. Alright, guys, that's my time. Can Miller, You've been great next time, Bruce. Um, anyway, excuse me, sir. Sir, if you'll wait till we're finished, I will be happy to answer any question. My question is, on behalf of the people, though. What if the system that supplies auction to the masks is damaged? I'm pretty sure the masks wouldn't inflate. Then either. There are done season place to make sure Austin Supply will not be affected. But if we lose cabin pressure, one would assume something catastrophic has happened. And in that case, I don't think it's out of line to worry about mawr than the primary system being affected to just starting to freak people out. Cool it, sir. We have taken every But you're telling me to trust that a non inflated bag is providing me auction, but you can't be sure that it actually is. I'm just asking why we should trust you when you've clearly lied to us already. I'm sure representatives in the airline would be happy to discuss this with you in private. Oh, well, what I really want to know, Philip. I'm not missing this meeting because we've been detained. You don't, sir. You want to keep that little comedy bid you got going there or can it continue? Uh, he does recognize me. See? Called it. Um uh, No. Uh, go on, then. As you were.