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Including, as it turned out, O'Brien’s kids, ages 11 and 13, who had spied the "Studio C" crew from inside the restaurant and proceeded to go berserk.“When my kids saw you, I didn’t know what had happened, I literally thought there was a rat in the restaurant,” is how O'Brien explained the scene a few months later on the set of “Conan” when he invited Meese and Stacey Harkey to return to Los Angeles and talk about "Studio C" on his TBS talk show.Frankel and Hoppy, 47, announced their split in December 2012 after three years of marriage and months of rumors that the two were on the rocks.
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And so life goes when the sketch comedy show you created has turned into a nationwide phenomenon with a cultlike following that includes a growing-all-the-time national audience on the BYUtv network and 1.5 million and counting You Tube subscribers.
“We don’t go anywhere with him — Disneyland, the local Walmart, church on Sunday — where someone’s not asking to have their picture taken with him.
At church, the kids from other wards come by just to meet him.” As for Matt Meese, he accepts that acclaim and attention come with the territory and willingly obliges his growing fan base.
star, 47, attended the launch of her Skinnygirl Jeans line in New York City on Tuesday night and revealed to PEOPLE she is on the search for love. “[I’m] utterly available.” Frankel, who shares daughter Bryn Hoppy with her ex Jason Hoppy, says she is actively using dating apps to get back into the dating game, as well as naturally meeting people. “I’m researching doing my own dating app so I have to test the waters.” While Frankel wouldn’t mind falling in love again, she says she does enjoy her single life.
“The best part about being single is that the future is a fortune cookie,” the Bravo star explains. “Dating is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get,” she says, paraphrasing Tom Hanks in film Frankel’s road to being single hasn’t come easy.
The image Lindsay Douglas, his older sister by three years, paints of her brother in his formative years sounds very much like the current description from Harkey. If you’re hanging out with him, he’s super easygoing. He’s not assertive, not aggressive and he’s not the most emotive person you’re going to find. “He just always had this persistent desire with his heart telling him to do it and his brain telling him this is ridiculous.” “He’s always loved the stage, but never in a ‘look at me’ way,” said his mother Joni Meese.
Growing up, he was “president of every class he ever belonged to” and “good at everything,” said Harkey, “but he was never obnoxious about it. “He’s always been kinda shy about attention,” which she admits makes it interesting these days when he visits his parents.
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“Guys, be cool,” whispered Stephen Meek, Meese’s "Studio C" colleague, who’d seen O'Brien, too.