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Ep #3 – This Is Yu – MasterChef Jr – Part 2

Carole and I dive deep into the BTS world of MasterChef Junior. We had so many more fun stories and great information about MasterChef Junior Season 1 from our Episode 2 that we decided to share it all with you guys in this Episode 3. Our family was involved in Season 1 of MasterChef Junior from start to finish because Dara was the runner up on the hit show. So if you ever wanted to know what goes on behind the scenes of Fox’s MasterChef Junior, have we got a podcast for you!!!

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Scott

Carole Do you hear them?

Carole

Hear What? The crows.

Scott

It’s the crows and they’re flying over tops. So yo know what that means. It’s Episode 3 of our podcast. This Is Yu. What are we doing in this episode? Carole. My wonderful wife.

Carole

Okay, my handsome husband.

Scott

Stop! No, no! Keep going

Carole

Today this episode discusses the taping process and the publicity’s push for Master Chef Jr. Season One and how Dara used that experience as a stepping stone for her subsequent events, her branding partnerships and her further investigation into the culinary world. Now I know maybe people are a little bit sick of Ah, Master Chef Jr But what do you think, Scott?

Scott

I think there’s plenty of room for a Master Chef Jr in this abundant universe we live in. This is our second and final look into the behind the scenes of Master Chef Jr because Dara was the runner up on season one of MasterChef Junior. And if you haven’t listened to Episode 2, we sort of get into it all the behind the scenes with the auditioning. But now we’re moving into what Carole just spoke of, and we’re super excited because we’re super proud parents are we not, Carole?

Carole

That’s right. We definitely are and Dara really hates it proud. She’s like, Yeah, she’ll turn away.

Scott

She won’t listen to this. And please, nobody tell her about it. Well, here we’ll never hear. The end of it. Will be like, Why did you guys do that? Why? Ah,

Carole

OK, so let’s get into Do you remember the day that you dropped us off at the hotel?

Scott

Oh, yeah. It was one of the happiest. I mean,

Carole

What

Scott

No I don’t really. I don’t I don’t really remember it. Yeah, No, it was really was really exciting. As as we said in the last episode, the hotel, it’s seven minutes away. So we had this big, long seven minute drive, but it was great cause we saw other kids unloading at that time, and there was a lot of excitement and uncertainty moving forward.

Carole

Right? Well, there are kids that came from L. A from New York and one kid from San Francisco. So some of you may know some of the kids, but the definitely Gavin from San Francisco, Sarah from Los Angeles, Alexander and Jack from New York from L. A also were Dara and Molly and Jules came from New York. So those were some of the kids that we got to know very, very quickly anyway. So once we got to the hotel, the production met us there. The casting directors and they put us up in the hotel. They told us that we should check in. They gave us cookies. Doubletree. Oh, yummy cookies. And then they told us they wanted to later that evening. Come by our room and do an outfit. Check. Ah, costume check. So we everyone had to bring their own clothing. They had to

Scott

ah man that is crazy that you guys had to bring your own clothing, communism or something. They were running.

Carole

Well, we actually we actually made a lot of choice. Is that where fun? Because Dara got to have a whole new wardrobe where she got

Scott

Oooo. If you guys could see the glare coming off coming out of Carol’s eyes right about now because I moved her pens away from her. I just didn’t want her to be all noisy on the microphone. You done glaring at me, honey, Can we get back to it?

Carole

Okay, so they told us that night that they were going to come by the room and check out our costumes. So not only the kids, but the moms and the I think there was only one dad. It was Alexander’s dad, Mark that we all they were going to check out all of our costumes and what we’re going to wear on set. And so we actually had a fun time. Dara went to a bunch of places to choose some new pants, some new sweaters. They wanted her to have a very specific look that was very bright. And I don’t know if you if if you know when you’re on camera, they really want you to stay away from white and maybe Scott, you can give us some other ideas because you’re an actor.

Scott

Yeah, you’re not supposed to wear thin stripes because that moires it oscillates back and forth. You see whether guys occasionally get in with a crazy tie that the grandmother’s given them, and it gets a little bit weird to your eyes when you’re looking at it. Um, whites colors are beautiful. The I mean, there’s Oh, sorry, the other. The other component is not to¬†wear blue like a certain blue and a certain green because if they’re doing any green screen stuff, you’ll just disappear¬†just be a head floating off in space.

Carole

Yeah, so they actually told us to choose mid tone colors, and that would be the ones that would come out the best. So anyway, what we did is that night the kids all kind of we went back to our own rooms. We didn’t really talk to kids and the parents very much. But the next morning we had to get up at 5 30 in the morning to be on set. We all went downstairs. They gave us breakfast and lunch every day, and then we had to pay for our own dinner. But anyway, the next morning, we went down at 5 30 in the morning and they piled us all into three vans. And then we went off for the five minute drive to the Spruce Goose. So, Scott, what’s the Spruce Goose?

Scott

Ah, the Spruce Goose was the largest plane in the world, and it was built by the lovely and talented Howard Hughes. He was really into flying, so he basically built a big giant hangar to house the spruce goose and the Spruce goose flew in Long Beach in the bay. They’re just Ah, few 100 feet didn’t really go too far. And it was it was built there than the later turned it into a movie production area.

Carole

so they never actually flew. The thing

Scott

you did it did. Flight got up in the air and just it was a ah, it took off from the water just cause it was so big and it just lifted out of the air a little bit and flew that that’s basically all that happened with it.

Carole

anyway. So Master Chef Jr that for a season was shot in the Spruce Goose warehouse. So it was two giant warehouses and one side was totally black and pitch dark, and we actually had to go through there a couple times for the kids to get to class. So every day when kids air on a set, they have a teacher who is there, and they had to have class for three hours a day, and then they were able to film for 4 to 5 hours a day. There are all kinds of special rules that you have so for example. If you had kids that were younger, than 10 I believe. Then they had to have, um, more school and less filming time. So they had to balance it out because Nathan and Sarah were eight years old and Dara and some of the other girls were 12. And then Alexander and Molly were 13. So they had to have all the kids go to school for three hours a day, and they could only film for a 4 to 5 hours a day.

Scott

Yeah, it wasn’t wasn’t like the good old days when kids used to work in coal mines. Really loved it back then. Actually, with the adult Master Chef show, there is, uh, they can. They can just work him as long as they want, you know, just until they they fall down, dead tired. But there’s there’s no restrictions for the adults, but with the kids, they have people there, and you could get fined if you don’t look after which I think is great for kids.

Carole

Right. So every day after we filmed, we would actually go back to the hotel, and by the end of the first day, the kids were so bonded they they really had fun. It was so exciting. The very first day of filming, they were all on set and then all of a sudden, in came Gordon, Graham and Joe, and you should have seen the kids jumping up and down, screaming at the top of their lungs. They all ran over and went and hug them. It was so fun. So they also then would bond every night they go back to the hotel and they would all go swimming. So it was April. April in the rest of the United States is pretty cold, but here in L. A. It was in the seventies, so they went swimming every day. They had such a great time. Almost every night everyone would get together and have dinner down in the lobby, going finish off with those lovely Doubletree chocolate chip cookies and then off to bed. And then we would get a different call time every day. So some days would have to wake up at 5 30 other days, would have to wake up at seven. It just all dependent. And so we would get a call sheet every night for the next day’s filming. So we filmed for 24 days straight. They actually only¬†gave us one day when we actually went off the set and hotel and they took us on a trip to Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica…

Scott

Wow Third Street Promenade. That was spicy!

Carole

Everyone got to go to their own restaurants and do what they wanted to do. So it was fun. So anyway, so that was kind of a filming during the process of this show, the moms and dads would sit in the green room. We’d watch the kids on the monitors and then finally, for the last show. Scott, why don’t you tell us what happened on the finale taping?

Scott

Well, the finale was really exciting because during the main filming of the show, it was the one child and one parent. So you couldn’t have two parents or two Children or three Children and four parents. It just didn’t work that way. So in the finale, so Dara and Alexander were in the finale and they got to invite. There’s probably about on our side. There was probably 6 or 7 people Dara got to invite. Obviously, I showed up there. Care was already there, but she invited some kids from school, her friends and there were a couple adult friends that were with her too.

Carole

Her camp counselor. He came, and also Master Chef Jr. flew her grandparent’s down. Now Dara had no idea that anyone was going to come. So what happened is they had all of us hiding in the back in the restaurant section, and then they opened the door. We all ran out and it was so much fun. It was really great.

Scott

Scared her. She started to¬†weep. Now it was really emotional because she’d been in there in this intense pressure cooker for so long, and then to see your friends and family there. I think it brought some joy to her. In the finale they were in the center of the studio of the Master Chef Jr studio and then…

Carole

How many cameras and how many people were watching.

Scott

That’s a great question, which I’m not gonna answer. So they were in the center of the studio. They did it in teams. There was a team. Alexander and the team Dara and all our friends and family were on our side. Then there was Alexander side and we’re up sort of on a elevated, I guess. I guess it was a catwalk that went around the whole of it. And we sat up there and we could look down on them and see the whole competition. And it was stressful, and it went really quick. And the thing I remember about it is right at the end. Dara got really dehydrated so I could see her getting all woozy and stuff after they had finished. And, you know, it was like, OK, wrap it up. It was just sort of winding down. She’s getting all woozy and everything, and I’m yelling down to people, Get her a bottle of water, She was bright red. And she was just like any minute, looked like she was just her eyes were gonna roll back in her head anyway. We got her hydrated, and it was all good.

Carole

So that was the finale taping. It was a lot of fun. They actually had also hired a lot of extras to fill out the catwalk on both sides of the studio. Okay, so next.

Scott

Not sure why you want to bring up that stuff kind of stuff.

Carole

Because people people don’t know anything about taping.

Scott

I know I know, but here’s the whole thing. This is what you do all the time. What happens is it’s a magical moment. That’s what they’re trying to create. And you’re trying to crack it and show people that it’s not magic. Those people up there, they don’t need to know who’s up there. It’s just like you do that in the last time. And it’s like, Well, people want to know that. No, it’s a magical moment in time and let’s just leave it at that. We don’t have to tell him that. You know, a guy called in sick because he had influenza wouldn’t have to say on that kind of stuff. That’s That’s my opinion on it.

Carole

Ok got it. Got it. So last time a lot of you said you wanted to hear us arguing more.

Scott

No, they didn’t. They didn’t know they didn’t. Uh

Carole

I told you.

Scott

No. Yeah. No. See, what I have to go through day in, day out.

Carole

Me too uh, after the taping of the show, which was done in April, We didn’t hear anything for about three months. We had no idea when the show was going to air.

Scott

Couldn’t talk to anyone about it, so you couldn’t share experiences or anything like that.

Carole

They could only talk to the other kids that had been on the show that knew what happened. So actually, the kids got together a lot. We spent we went out to New York and spent time with Jack and Alexander, and then all of us went to five of us. I think went up to the Culinary Institute of America. So I wanted to also talk about what happened after the show and how did they promote it. So that was something that was really interesting because we had really not had a lot of experience in entertainment and in how the show gets promoted. What’s T C A. Scott?

Scott

Well one of the things that they did was Fox rented out the Hilton in they invite, it’s¬†called the TCA¬† press tour, and what it is is the Television Critics Association press tour. So Fox invites all television critics to the Hilton…

Carole

There, about 700 of them in that room.

Scott

Oh, yeah, it was crazy is huge, and it’s all catered. There’s amazing food and everything. And then Fox brings up one at a time. They’re different television shows with the cast, with the directors and the critics get to ask questions. So it’s basically hyping up all the new shows that are coming out. And Dara got to do that for Master Chef Jr and with Gordon Ramsay. And there’s some other kids from this show up on the stage. And it was really interesting because the critics hadn’t seen the show. But they were just asking the kids what it was like to work with Gordon Ramsay. All those kind of questions.

Carole

Gordon chose Dara to go around with him to the different press outlets. So TV Guide had a room. E Entertainment tonight had a room. He took Sarah and Dara around so that they could be interviewed by the different journalists. They also, in the next three months, they did a ton of different kinds of press tours. Teen choice awards. They’ve got to go on the red carpet. They got to meet people from new girl like really famous actors that were on TV. They all took photos with them.

Scott

and also to just let me interject and also because they were little kids and they were little master chefs…

Carole

and the first time.

Scott

Yeah, that the celebrities that they were meeting, they didn’t feel intimidated by the kids and the kids would just light up when they saw all these celebrities that they’d seen on TV. So the kid’s bonded with them really quickly and all the cell phones came up. There was a ton of celebrity selfies that Dara had pictures with.

Carole

And then we also there were a couple other events that were really fun. They went to the Grove, which is a big outdoor shopping mall in Los Angeles, and they were going to make the largest cupcake in the world and set a record. And Guinness World Book of Records was there. Unfortunately, the oven that they used could not cook the largest cupcake because it was about 12 feet diameter. And what ended up happening is they got into the Guinness World Book of Records for the tiniest cupcake. It was only about like a pinky size, I think, Super Tiny. So they also did a bunch of things that were charity driven, which was really great. They took all the kids to Alex’s lemonade stand. Alex was a girl that had cancer and she started. They started putting together this event to raise funds for childhood cancer, and they took all of the different kids. And they had them work with famous chefs and Dart during her stint, got to work with Giada De Laurentiis and her daughter was there, and they both tried on Dara’s bow. It was really a lot of fun. And also then what else were some other other things that they did?

Scott

One of the things they did to which was really cool was they did the Home and Family TV show.

Carole

It was just Dara and Troy did it.

Scott

And I remember Mitt Romney’s wife was on there, and she’s promoting a cooking book. Wasn’t it?

Carole

She had a cookbook.

Scott

But I don’t think she knew anything about the Master Chef Jr Kids.

Carole

Not much, but it’s kind of fun, because when you’re on how Home and Family show on the Hallmark Channel, you actually are on the show for the entire taping. So even when you’re not talking about your cooking that you that Dara and Troy were doing, they actually both did demos. They actually had them sit in and sit with all of the rest of the crew and all of the stars on the show and comment about everything that was happening. Another fun thing that happened is Dara got a shout out from Ryan Seacrest on Kiss Fm on Kiss FM, they promoted a cooking class, and later on they had I think they had about 10 kids come in and do a cooking class that was taught by 10 of the Master Chef Jr kids. It was really a lot of fun. One of the things that I was most impressed with is Dara and Alexander, along with Joe Bastianich were interviewed on NPR Morning Edition with Scott Simon. So was really interesting, because NPR has an office here in Culver City and also Joe Bastianich and Alexander were in New York City. Talking to Scott Simon, who was in Washington a few days before the Finale was on TV, Scott Simon interviewed Dara and Alexander on the NPR morning edition show. What did we do for the finale? Scott.

Scott

The kids hadn’t really experienced a full on red carpet. One of Dara’s friends father owns a bar in Venice, and we talked to him and we set up the finale viewing party there and I got I went out, bought some red carpet and then, gentlemen, up the street, we know Len, who’s awesome, is full on Lighting Guy in the film business. He hooked us up with some lights, so we set up and then Master Chef actually brought a step and repeat…

Carole

They did. What’s a step and repeat?

Scott

It just said Master Chef Jr multiple times across the back vinyl board that the kids could take their pictures in front of. So it looks really professional was really exciting. And there are a lot of fans there.

Carole

We had about 200 people. I think…

Scott

It was It was packed and we had it all because it was a sports bar. We had it up on all the screens throughout the whole restaurant, and it was really, really exciting. But I think part of the fun was is that some of the kids didn’t really get to experience the fan feedback. Some of the fans were just loving the kids, so it was really great that we put this whole thing together and the kids and the fans could really connect.

Carole

Let’s talk about what happened after all of this with Master Chef Jr. What a Dara end up doing after that.

Scott

You know nothing. She just would cry herself to sleep at night.

Carole

She actually did. I was looking at emails last night. She was crying for, like, two weeks straight because she was really sad. It was a really kind of let down. It was kind of a reverse culture shock having to go back to school, because for three weeks she had been just been doing classes at the set and just connecting with her teachers over the Internet. So now it was we were trying to figure out How can we take some of that excitement from the show and the momentum that Dara got as the runner up? How could we help her with whatever she wanted to do with cooking? So Scott had a great idea. And what was that? Scott.

Scott

Let’s start a YouTube channel. Dara, the Bow Girl cooking channel. I mean, there’s many, many different ways that you can start a YouTube channel. I mean, you can hold up your cell phone while you’re beating some eggs. We took it a little on the extreme extreme side of things. I renovated our kitchen just like right down to the studs, ripped all the walls out, put up all kinds of infrastructure to hold up pots and pans and camera brackets. And once again, the gentleman up the street. Len, who was the lighting gentleman, gave us a full on Kino Flo, Which is they? It’s like an eight bank Kino Flo that they use in movies. We hung that in the ceiling, so we have this beautiful light in there. And at the time when we were shooting, we used to shoot with five cameras. I had three GoPro’s going a GH4 Panasonic and also my Canon 5d mark 2. Dara would be at one end and we would shoot little takes of it. And then we were just piece it all together. It was really, really fun, like we had. We had so much fun. It was really creative. We were just doing our own thing, and I think we came up with, like, 17… 17 shows.

Carole

She did 17 episodes, and if you want, you can go look on, look on YouTube and go search for Dara The Bow Girl. And then what happened after that? Who saw that?

Scott

Well, it got to be really exciting because Dara got contacted by DreamWorks TV and they were looking for shows and content. She ended up doing, I think, two seasons. Yeah, two season. But like, 14 shows with them? Yes. And they had a production crew come over to the house and they shot at all. And it turned out to be really great. If it was, it was really, really fun. And Dara got to meet a lot of people from that and back to you. Carole.

Carole

Well, she actually continued to do some charity work, too. She was asked to be a guest chef at the No Kid Hungry event, The Tastes of the Nation in Laguna Beach. She made her episode winning triple layer chocolate cake with cayenne ganache. And she made that. And then, while she was there, she met a couple pretty famous chef. She met Brian Husky. She met Nina Compton, who is one of the top chefs in the south. She also had some other really fun things happen. Do you remember that one time I got a phone call? It was in January. Think the show finished in November? I get a phone call, the guy goes, Hi, is this Mrs Yu? I said Yes. And he said, Yeah, this is Randy Paris from the White House. What? I just thought, Oh, no way, someone’s just punking me or, you know it’s not real. And he said, Yeah, look it up on the website on the government website and I work in the Tech and Science Department. All of us watched Dara on Master Chef Jr and we would love to have her come to the White House. And I’m thinking, Whoa, they tried for about 4 or 5 months to get Dar to come, too. The White House. And it was back when the Obamas were there, wo wo and, ah, we finally were able to get there. Dara and I went in June of 2014 to the Makers Fair. Mr. Obama had put together a Maker’s Fair where he asked people from all over the country who were involved with this New Makers Fair to come and celebrate. And while what would we do? What did we bring? Scott?

Scott

You brought your bad ass selves.

Carole

So while we were at the White House star decided to bring her bow, her iconic bow. So we brought three for Michelle Obama and for her daughters. And later on what happened? What did Dara get Scott?

Scott

She got a letter from Michelle Obama. It was awesome because we opened it. Dara freaked out. It was like Michelle Obama. So then we went over to Michael’s and we got a very special frame for it. And it sits in her room and she cherishes it. Thanks, Michelle.

Carole

Yeah, Thank you. Anyway. Couple other things that door has done since then. Things that you can do to brand yourself if you get into this situation. She actually got asked to be a contributing food writer for Girl’s Life Magazine. So over a year she actually contributed five articles that were two or three pages. And how did you actually work on that, Scott?

Scott

It worked out great because Dara and I partnered up on that. She handled all the beautiful, tasty recipes, and I did all the photography for that. It worked out really, really well.

Carole

Yeah, she actually through Girl’s Life magazine after doing five months of articles for them. She actually got contacted by Hershey’s so it was the holiday season and they asked her to develop five recipes for the Hershey’s website, and I just checked this year. I think it’s been maybe four years later, and I think two or three of them are still up there on the Hershey’s website.

Scott

Because of the YouTube show. We did a video for Hershey’s which was really fun. We got a drone to deliver a Kit Kat bar because she was making a dessert out of Kit Kats.

Carole

What kids do or what people do once they’re in the industry, is they do something called a Stage. Scott, can you explain what a Stage is?

Scott

Yes, it’s child labor. But, that’s basically what it is. So anyway…

Carole

No but adults do that, too!

Scott

Yes, but Dara was a child at this point. We found, Carole’s really good at researching all this stuff, and she found a bunch of different restaurants where Dara could go and work for a couple of days up to a week, and she wasn’t paid. She just went in there and she would learn, and all the people in there were really, really awesome in all the restaurants. I don’t think she had any issues with any of them. People were really professional, and they showed her because Dara had a real real desire to learn. One of the places she worked at was Bouchon Bakery. It was Thomas Keller’s place up in Beverly Hills, and Chris Ford was the pastry chef at that point. And I remember we would get up at probably four o’clock in the morning and I would drive Dara up there and we would both just be zonked out so I would go drop her off, drive back home and then, after a bunch hours come, pick her up. And every time I picked her up, she was so excited and so full of energy after her shift at Bouchon Bakery.

Carole

Yeah, so she’s also done a couple culinary Stages, So not baking and pastry, but more of the savory food. So she worked also at AOC restaurant in L. A, which is a restaurant owned by Suzanne Goin, who is very famous in the Los Angeles restaurant business. Then a couple times we went out at spring and summer break to New York, and at that time, Dominique Ansel was very famous for the cronut invented in 2015. I think it’s actually also trademarked, So if you eat a cronut anywhere else, it’s not real anyway. So she worked for Dominique a couple times. She also then worked for Hakkasan in Beverly Hills, and she also got toe work for Michelin starred chef Anita Lo at her restaurant, Anisa in New York City. Anita has also been on top Chef Masters and also was on Iron Chef. So those are a couple things that Dara did because we she really knew that she was very interested still in working in food. And so after the show, we were able to get her those opportunities to work with some places.

Scott

It sounds like we’re bragging a lot about the merits of Dara, and we definitely are. Dara is amazing to us, but one of the¬†of the¬†reasons we are bringing this up is we’re just trying to show you the potential that kids can have. It’s very easy for them to sit in their bedroom, play their games, but it’s also if you work a little bit harder and get them out into the world and connecting with people. It’s amazing the opportunities that open up. A lot of Dara’s opportunities came from because she was in one location. Somebody saw her there. They brought her over to do something else. Then that led to something else to something else to something else. And for this period of time, she was busy doing all these things and she was super excited by it was really energized her. The potential is there for your kids. Or if you see a kid, maybe ask them what they’re trying to do and give them that extra little bit of support because they do need the guidance. They have a feeling they want to go in a direction. But if you can help them understand what they’re trying to get after or just give him a little bit of guidance, you really see amazing things happen.

Carole

Right! And I got to really learn how to be a momanger.

Scott

Yeah, you were amazing that being a momanger.

Carole

After that one Dara was about 16. She decided to start going off and doing her own things. She really then started to pursue her own jobs. So we found out that Dominique Ansel was going to open a restaurant at the Grove in Los Angeles. Remember, we talked about that where they had the Guinness World Book of Records? Tiniest little cupcake. So anyway, Dominique opened a restaurant there. He asked are to be on his opening team so she actually worked for him for about 10 months, making about 90 kilos of jam every time. How much is that? Scott. What’s 90 kilos…

Scott

On my toast in the morning? I put about 100 kilos of jam on there, so it’s just a little shy of a slice of toast with jam.

Carole

Yeah, that’s actually about 2.2 multiply that, and it’s actually about 200lbs. of jam. That’s a lot 200lbs of jam. I think that’s impressive, anyway. So after that, she then worked for the Gourmandise School of Sweets and Savories. We have a lovely friend, Clemence, who runs that school. I always tell people to go send their kids over there or to themselves. Go and take classes over there. Uh, she Dara was a kitchen assistant there, and she helped set up all the classes and broke, broke down everything and made it clean and safe and sanitary after classes.

Scott

Those two jobs she got paid for. So she was out of staging phase of her life and she actually got paid for those jobs.

Carole

Right, and then now, till present. Um, since October, Dara has worked at a place called the Apple Pie Bakery Cafe. And that is at the campus of the C I. A. Where she is now a student studying…

Scott

Pastry

Carole

C I A She said the Central Intelligence Agency studying. Okay, forget that joke. Forget that, Joe C I. A. She’s at the CIA. Okay? Whatever. Trying to feed you a joke where you could say, like, you know, she’s at the CIA. You’re not gonna take it? She says Oh, my God. Do you want to do with that or not? Doing so now? Dara works since October, has been working at the Apple Pie Bakery Cafe, which is on the campus of the C I A. Where she goes to school.

Scott

Yes, because all those agents need to eat.

Carole

What kind of agents?

Scott

Secret agents.

Carole

( Laughter & Applause ) Her work in apple pie bakeries. During Thanksgiving, she led five kitchens. She was in charge of five kitchens on the day. I think like two days before Thanksgiving they put out 1000 apple pies that they shipped out across the country. Bravo! Wo Wo!

Scott

Well, guys, the crows air all nestled in for the night and we are coming to the end of the podcast here. I just want to give a quick shout out to Dara’s Instagram account. Dara is @foodforyu is spelled F O O D  FOR YU

Carole

So what are we gonna talk about next time, Scott?

Scott

It’s failure, failure, failure

Carole

and overcoming failure.

Scott

Exactly the most important part. Because we all go through failures and Caroline are going to explain our failures in life and how we keep on truckin!

Carole

How he overcame them and how we now are superstars.

Scott

Yeah, Yeah, Exactly.

Carole

Okay, In our minds, maybe.

Scott

I have a slogan that I’ve been thinking about – This is Yu, more viral than the Spanish plague of 1918. What do you think about that?

Carole

Too negative. I need something positive. The plague???

Scott

But it’s the Spanish plague, so it sounds kind of foreign, spicy!!!

Carole

Hmmm? Be sure to follow us on Apple podcast subscribe. You can also find us on Spotify and…

Scott

anywhere else you are listening to this podcast. We’d greatly appreciate this. Our home base is at www.ThisIsYu.com and you can follow us over @ Instagram

Carole

@ThisIsYuOffical.

Scott

Thanks for listening, guys.

Carole

By see ya!!!

Scott

Oh… I don’t think I mentioned I’m Scott.

Carole

I’m Carole. Did we not introduce ourselves?

Scott

I don’t think so.

Carole

OMG Oh, I always say that I don’t want to say Oh, my God. Oh, man…

Scott

And CUT!!!

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